- AIDS Family Services (AFS) Food Pantry – a food and nutritional service for People Living with HIV/AIDS and/or individuals living in Buffalo’s 14209 zip code.
- ARTAS (Anti-Retroviral and Access to Services) – an individual-level, multi-session intervention to link people who are recently diagnosed with HIV to care and services.
- CLEAR: Choosing Life: Empowerment! Action! Results! – an evidence-based, health promotion intervention for males age 16–24 living with HIV/AIDS or at high-risk for HIV/STI/HepC.
- Community Drop-In Center – a computer lab and meeting space for discussion groups, programs, and educational sessions.
- Condom Distribution – access to free male and female condoms, lubricants, dental dams, and other safer sex items.
- Counseling, Testing, and Referral Services (CTRS) – a service to help increase clients’ knowledge about HIV & other STI’s, encourage and support risk reduction, and secure needed referrals for appropriate services.
- MOCHA Consulting Services (MCS) – a fee-for-service initiative dedicated to bridging the gaps to health and wellness for LGBT People of Color. MCS utilizes a multifaceted approach to capacity building for individuals and organizations through consulting, speaking engagements, trainings, workshops, and research.
- Mpowerment – a community-level Intervention designed to mobilize young Black gay and bisexual men to reduce sexual risk taking, encourage regular HIV testing, build positive social connections,and support peers to engage in safer sex practices.
- Navigation/Retention to Services – a program to assist clients in identifying, accessing, and maintaining services to foster healthy lifestyles.
- Our Lives, Our Health – a confidential discussion group for newly diagnosed HIV+ Gay & Bisexual Men of Color, age 18–29.
- RESPECT – a client-focused HIV/STI/HepC prevention and counseling intervention designed to support risk reduction behaviors.
- VOICES/VOCES (Video Opportunities for Innovative Condom Education & Safer Sex) – a group-level, single-session video-based intervention designed to increase condom use among African-American and Latino men.
Eligibility: Varies according to program call for information.
Application Process: Call for information.
Required Documentation: None.
Fees: No fee for service.
Erie and Monroe Counties.
189 N. Water Street
Rochester NY 14604
Walk-in HIV testing M-TH 11:00PM-5:00PM., F 9:30PM-4:30PM.