Category: Announcements

  • June 1, 2018

    Healthcare for Every BODY!

    Today marks the start of Pride season in New York, and we’re thrilled to announce our 2018 Pride theme: Healthcare for Every BODY. We believe that providing quality healthcare for queer, trans, non-binary, black and brown bodies – bodies with a disability, bodies of size, bodies affected by poverty, and bodies who have been marginalized […]


  • March 1, 2018

    Celebrating 20 Years on 18th Street

    20 years ago this March, Callen-Lorde moved from a small suite at 208 West 13th Street into our current headquarters, located at 356 West 18th St in the Chelsea neighborhood of Manhattan. It was a long road to have our own dedicated space, and an even longer one to where we are today – a […]


  • January 19, 2018

    Statement Regarding the Establishment of US Department of Health and Human Services Conscience and Religious Freedom Division in the Office of Civil Rights

    Statement from Wendy Stark, Executive Director, Callen-Lorde Community Health Center The guiding principle in medicine is to “do no harm” and removing protections for those seeking medically necessary care will indeed cause patients harm. As one of the largest providers of LGBTQ healthcare in the world, we know firsthand that LGBTQ folks overcome tremendous obstacles […]


  • November 27, 2017

    Standing on the Shoulders of our History

    As we forge into the future with our new visual identity in partnership Mother Design, we stand on the shoulders of our rich history and pay homage to our former logo, created by then Associate Executive Director Richard Haymes in 1998. Callen-Lorde’s grassroots heritage spanning nearly 50 years to the St. Mark’s Community Clinic and […]


  • November 20, 2017

    Introducing Our New Visual Identity

    Over our nearly 50 year history, Callen-Lorde has evolved to be a global leader in LGBTQ healthcare while staying true to our roots – to provide sensitive, quality healthcare care for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer people and people living with HIV/AIDS without judgement, and regardless of ability to pay. As we progress into our […]


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