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A resource that helps you recognize signs and symptoms of drug abuse. Recognizing these can ensure you get them the help they need.

An organization dedicated to providing the HIV-infected and affected individuals of Brooklyn with culturally sensitive HIV/AIDS prevention education, comprehensive social services and extensive community advocacy.

SAMHSA is the Federal agency charged with improving the quality and availability of prevention, treatment, and rehabilitative services in order to reduce illness, death, disability, and cost to society resulting from substance abuse and mental illnesses.

A site devoted to promoting self-empowerment and enhanced quality of life for HIV-affected individuals through advocacy, education, peer support, and treatment activism.

A site detailing HIV/AIDS prevention programs and research statistics in New York State.

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Founded over a century ago in the belief that every NYC family deserves quality health care regardless of creed, color or nationality, The Floating Hospital continues its legacy today by also ensuring that no homeless woman or child is ever denied needed treatment because of an inability to pay.


The organization's purpose is to find emergency housing for people with AIDS who are being evicted or discharged from hospitals without anywhere to go.

 The Quit Smoking Blog, they have a really helpful 30 Day Quit Guide
http://bestelectroniccigaretteblog.com/30-day-quit-smoking-guide/
 

Serving the general public and the service provider community with news and information about alcoholism, substance abuse, and addiction services in New York State.

Harlem Hospital, with 400 beds, is the largest health facility in Harlem capable of treating the most seriously ill.

Narcotics Anonymous is an international, community-based association of recovering drug addicts. Membership is open to any drug addict, regardless of the particular drug or combination of drugs used.  

A resource that educates people about alcohol addiction. Alcoholism is one of the leading causes of preventable death in the United States.

A great site to find the latest federal research on HIV/AIDS. 

HIV guidelines, quality of care materials and software, best practices and educational tools for the ambulatory and clinical care of HIV-infected patients. Includes news releases, publications, a mailing list, events and contact details.

Urban Upbound is a non-profit organization dedicated to expanding prosperity in public housing neighborhoods, so residents and their families have opportunities for economic mobility and self-sufficiency. Urban Upbound achieves these objectives through four integrated, comprehensive, and long-term programs which serve over 4,500 individuals per year and are anchored by the Urban Upbound Federal Credit Union: employment services, financial empowerment services (including one-on-one financial education and counseling, comprehensive public benefits access and tenant advocacy), college access and youth development, and community economic revitalization.

HIV/AIDS LINKS

A comprehensive site with AIDS (SIDA) and HIV (VIH) information for Latino/Hispanic health.

A linked collection of pages from HIV/AIDS community based organizations in New York City.

NAMA is an organization composed of methadone maintenance patients and supporters of quality methadone maintenance treatment.

OTHER COMMUNITY LINKS

PRIMARY CARE LINKS

Alcoholics Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism. 

A resource for education and training in the field of alcohol and substance abuse treatment. 

Housing, supportive services, and advocacy for homeless and formerly homeless people living with AIDS and HIV.