HIV Counseling and testing using the Orasure Rapid Test, medical case management, mental health, and educational presentations. Prevention and primary care is a walk-in program; no appointment necessary. Office hours: Mon-Fri 8:30-5pm, extended hours on Mon until 8pm.
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A multicultural and bi-lingual staff providing services to a diversity of people infected and affected with HIV-intensive home-based case management for all ages; a clinical crisis manager; a child/adolescent case worker; transitional case management for children and family members going through bereavement; recreational and support groups for children and teens, and camping experiences including Camp SOAR. We coordinate HOPWA (Housing Opportunities for People with AIDS) short term emergency assistance with rent/mortgage/utility payments and limited subsidized housing.
Collaboration of Monroe County Health Department and University of Rochester.
Provides year-round training in prevention and management of STDs, HIV, TB and related issues, such as domestic violence and case management.
Free anonymous testing is available from New York State Department of Health. New Rapid HIV testing is available, with test results in 30-40 minutes!
Call Rochester Area Regional Hotline at 585-423-8081, or 1-800-962-5063 for pay phones or calls outside Rochester.
Deaf or hearing impaired people should call 585-423-8120 (TDD).
Statewide information can be obtained by calling 1-800-541-AIDS.
HIV Positive Men’s Support Group at AIDS Care, The Center for Positive Living.
A HIV+ Mixed Men’s Group meets every Wednesday from 11:30am-12:30pm. This group consists of predominantly gay men.
*Other groups are available by speaking with a counselor that will complete a needs assessment and referral.
McCree McCuller Wellness Center at Unity Health’s Connection Clinic. Full range of services, including AIDS and HIV care, regardless of ability to pay. Caring, confidential and convenient.
Hours: Monday – Friday, 8:00 am – 5:00 pm. Closed 12:00 – 1: 00 pm for lunch.
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.
* We proudly display The Empty Closet Newspaper.