New York residents are the ones who ultimately pay for the cost of our health care system and bear the burden of its inadequacies. However, it is often the case that the interests of providers, payers, and other organized stakeholders take precedence over the patient. Through this initiative, NYSHealth is supporting projects that amplify the voice of New Yorkers and rebalance the health care system so that patients have more influence over their health and health care. Under this grant, GMHC will use its Action Center to engage and train New Yorkers, especially in marginalized communities, to advocate for changes on critical health issues. For this project, GMHC will enlist its clients and other interested New Yorkers to participate in community actions, advocate for policy change, and confidently communicate their stories, needs, and policy priorities. See a full list of Patients as Partners grantees.
Gay Men's Health Crisis To Open New Midtown Headquarters
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The GMHC Hotline: responds to over 35, phone calls and Internet requests yearly in both Spanish and English with accurate information, emotional support, and an expansive referral service that includes over 10, service providers. You can contact the Hotline via our local number, number, or email address six days a week. The A-Team: is a one-of-a-kind face-to-face on-site crisis intervention service available on a walk-in basis, five days a week, nine hours a day. The Geffen Testing Center's services are available during walk-in hours or by appointment. HIV tests are blood or saliva based, offered free of charge, and results are available after twenty minutes or the more traditional week-long waiting period.
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