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|DC Crystal Meth Working Group|
The DC Crystal Meth Working Group consists of individual members of the local community and local organizations dedicated to providing information and resource that help people make informed choices about crystal meth.
|The DC Center HIV Working Group|
The HIV Working Group is a volunteer driven HIV/AIDS outreach, education, and advocacy initiative of The DC Center.
Veg OUT is a social group for the Washington, DC LGBT Vegetarian community. The group is open to everyone, whether you are vegetarian or not. We have a restaurant visit in Washington DC , Maryland, or northern Virginia on the second Tuesday of each month.
Mautner Project, The National Lesbian Health Organization, improves the health of lesbians, bisexual and transgender women who partner with women (WPW) and their families
|National Association of People with AIDS|
advocates for the lives and dignity of all people living with HIV/AIDS, especially the more than a million Americans who live with it today. We want the epidemic to end, and we want life to be better for people with HIV until it does.
|Whitman Walker Clinic|
Whitman Walker's mission is to be the highest quality, culturally competent community health center serving greater Washington’s diverse urban community, including individuals who face barriers to accessing care, and with a special expertise in LGBT and HIV care.
|Chase Brexton LGBT Wellness|
The mission of Chase Brexton Health Services is to provide compassionate, quality health care that honors diversity, inspires wellness, and improves our communities.
|Carl Vogel Center|
Carl Vogel Center is a nonprofit community-based organization that provides multidisciplinary and integrated medical healthcare that embodies all aspects of a person's physical, mental and emotional well-being. Carl Vogel Center helps medically underserved individuals to become full partners and informed advocates in managing their health.
|National Coalition for LGBT Health|
The Coalition is committed to improving the health and well-being of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender individuals through federal advocacy that is focused on research, policy, education, and training.
Different Avenues works for the health, rights and safety of youth and young adults affected by violence, HIV and discrimination. They prioritize the peer leadership of people from these communities, including those who are homeless, engaging in sexual exchange, transgender, lesbian, bisexual or gay.
|National Gay Men's Health Summit|
We are a group of gay, bisexual, and transgender men working towards the goal of hosting the 2012 Gay Men's Health Summit in Washington DC. We share these core issues and principles. We invite you to learn more about the history of this movement and watch this site for more information about the summit as it becomes available.
|Max Robinson Center of Whitman Walker Clinic|
Whitman-Walker Clinic's Max Robinson Center, named after the nation's first African-American network news anchor, Max Robinson, who died of AIDS in 1988, has been providing HIV/AIDS services for clients living in southeast DC since 1992. MRC provides a wide range or services to the community east of the Anacostia River in a culturally competent and sensitive manner. MRC serves an area that traditionally has been underserved and faces tremendous challenges when it comes to primary health care and