In 1996, the Men of Color Health Awareness Project emerged as an organization that specifically addressed HIV/AIDS health concerns that were affecting Black and Latino gay men. We have grown into the MOCHA Center that now provides prevention programs, support services for People Living with HIV/AIDS, advocacy, capacity building, and much more. Our reach has also expanded to people of color, youth, women, and transgender communities. All of our services are conducted in a culturally sensitive manner, which is both confidential and non-judgmental.
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Project YEAH (Youth Empowerment Around HIV), seeks to identify and engage HIV seropositive and high risk HIV seronegative young MCSM between the ages of 13-24 in the Rochester community.
Project YEAH Offers:
HIV Prevention & Education
Referrals for STD Related Medical Services
One on One Counseling and Referrals
Group Level Education
Free confidential HIV Testing
Threshold offers educational, vocational, counseling, and health services for teens and young adults.
They also provide free and confidential HIV and STD testing for young people ages 12-18. And testing for 19-25 year olds on a sliding fee scale. No one denied service. Oral HIV testing available.