Month: May 2017

  • May 26, 2017

    Proposed Budget is Bad Health for LGBTQ Communities, People Living with HIV/AIDS

    This week, President Trump released his FY18 budget blueprint. Front and center are proposed cuts to Medicaid, a public program that provides health coverage for low-income individuals who fall in to a range of eligible categories. The blueprint also puts forth proposals for deep cuts to a wide-range of social programs that benefit millions. If […]
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  • May 23, 2017

    Partying for Good

    Each year Callen-Lorde hosts a bevy of special events, ranging from fun runs to galas, cocktail soirees to pool parties, all in support of our life-saving programs and services. In addition to this incredible calendar of events, Callen-Lorde is also the beneficiary of third party events hosted by friends, supporters and community members – people […]
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  • May 15, 2017

    March with Pride!

    Throughout the month of June, Callen-Lorde will be participating in various pride events across the city, and we want you to join us! Patients, staff, supporters and community members are invited to march with Callen-Lorde at Brooklyn Pride, Manhattan Pride, the NYC Dyke March and Trans Day of Action. At each event, volunteer marchers can […]
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  • May 4, 2017

    Hepatitis Awareness Month

    Each May, healthcare organizations around the country raise awareness about Hepatitis. Hepatitis is caused by the Hepatitis (Hep) virus. All forms of the virus affect the liver, causing it makes to swell up, get bigger, and get softer. If the liver gets too big or soft, it will no longer function properly. This can be […]
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