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Sun
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NETWORK MEMBERS

Members of The New York State LGBT Health & Human Services Network serve all of New York State’s 62 counties—including upstate, downstate, rural and urban populations. Organizations are arranged according to the location of their main offices, but many also provide services in other boroughs/regions.

CAPITAL REGION

Albany Damien Center
Alliance for Positive Health
In Our Own Voices, Inc.
Planned Parenthood Mohawk Hudson
Pride Center of the Capital Region
Rainbow Access Initiative, Inc.

CENTRAL NEW YORK

Family Counseling Services – Cortland LGBT Resource Center
Madison County Council on Alcoholism & Substance Abuse – BRiDGES LGBTQIA Initiative
SAGE Upstate

FINGER LAKES

Trillium Health
Empire Justice Center – LGBT Rights Project
Out Alliance

LONG ISLAND

Long Island Crisis Center – Pride for Youth
Long Island Gay and Lesbian Youth (LIGALY)
Long Island LGBT Center
Northwell Health – Center for Transgender Care
SAGE Long Island

MID-HUDSON

Community Awareness Network for a Drug-Free Life and Environment (CANDLE)
Hudson Valley LGBTQ Community Center
The LOFT: LGBT Community Services Center
Rockland County Pride Center
Westchester Jewish Community Services – Center Lane

MOHAWK VALLEY

Bassett Healthcare Network – The Gender Wellness Center

NORTH COUNTRY

Planned Parenthood of North Country of NY – LGBTQ Services, Education, & Outreach
St. Lawrence University – SAFE Project
ACR Health – Q Center

SOUTHERN TIER

Binghamton University – Lesbian and Gay Family Building Project / Pride and Joy Families
Southern Tier AIDS Program – Identity Youth
Planned Parenthood of the Southern Finger Lakes – Out For Health

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JOIN THE NETWORK

Becoming a member of The New York State LGBT Health & Human Services Network enhances an organization’s ability to serve its community and advocate on a statewide level. The Network, through the collective strength of its members:

  • Helps strengthen the infrastructure of member organizations;
  • Provides a framework for members to share and exchange information and, when possible, coordinate advocacy activities;
  • Provides members with technical assistance to carry out their mission and remain sustainable;
  • Educates public policy makers on the health policy concerns of LGBT communities;
  • Builds member relationships with government agencies;
  • Makes the case for adequate funding for LGBT health needs; and,
  • Holds New York State government accountable to our community.

HOW CAN WE JOIN?

To learn more about joining The Network, please email network@gaycenter.org.

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REPORTS

Annual Report, 2016

LGBT Health and Human Services Needs in New York State (2015)

State of the Network Report (2015)

Transgender Health and Economic Insecurity Report (2015)
A report from the 2015 LGBT Health and Human Services Needs Assessment Survey.

New York State LGBT Health & Human Services Network Annual Report (2014) 
Check out the latest edition of our annual report for more background and data on the Network.

A Blueprint for Meeting LGBT Health and Human Services Needs in New York State (2010) 
Developed by the Network, along with the Hunter College LGBT Institute and the Empire State Pride Agenda Foundation, this report offers a path forward on tackling the disparities faced by our community.

LGBT Health and Human Services Needs in New York State (2009)
This report shows how LGBT communities face greater barriers to health than other New Yorkers.

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For a Survey and Methods Report from The New York State 2015 LGBT Health & Human Services Needs Assessment, please click here.

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