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|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.
|Metro Teen AIDS|
Metro TeenAIDS is dedicated to eliminating HIV infection among young people in the Washington DC metropolitan area by offering programming that promotes mental, physical and spiritual health and provides the support and encouragement necessary to enhance their behavior and improve their self-efficacy.
|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.
|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
|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.
|Capital Area Vaccine Effort|
Capital Area Vaccine Effort is a volunteer panel of individuals from the general public and from the diverse communities affected by AIDS. CAVE is organized to assist and advise AIDS vaccine trials in the metropolitan DC area
The Cherry Fund, established in 1999 and located in Washington, DC, is an independent, all-volunteer foundation. The sole purpose of the Fund is to raise funds for the HIV/AIDS youth service community. The Fund focuses on organizations combating the spread of HIV infection and AIDS through prevention, treatment and education in the nation's youth community.
POZ, comfortable social nights out for POZ guys, their friends & supporters! It's a comfortable, affirming environment with lots of very friendly guys. Come out and join us! Please keep in mind that this is in place for people who are HIV+, but it also applies to those who don't have hang ups on dating someone who is poz & those who come out with their poz friends to support them.
|Us Helping Us|
The mission of Us Helping Us, People Into Living, Inc. (UHU) is to improve the health and well being of Black gay men through innovative programs and services, and -- through a vision of inclusiveness – to reduce the impact of HIV/AIDS in the entire Black community.
|HOPE DC |
HOPE DC is here to assist the social and informational needs of HIV+ gay men and others in the Washington DC area.
|Transgender Health Empowerment|
The mission of T.H.E. Inc. is to enhance the quality of life of the diverse transgender populations we serve by advocating for and supporting a continuum of health and social services. In fulfilling our mission, we seek to unify and empower the transgender, lesbian, gay, and bisexual communities.