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    Programs that provide information and/or services that deal with the topic of AIDS/HIV.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    Advocacy ServicesAdvocates for the legal rights and the change of legislation regarding issues which impact the poor in New York state, and find just cause when local or county government is not correcting a problem.AlbanyRIGHTS ADVOCACYEMPIRE JUSTICE CENTER
    Case/Care Management ServicesProvides HIV prevention interventions, HIV testing, HIV screening, care management for chronic illness, syringe exchange program, opioid overdose prevention training.ClintonAIDS/HIV SERVICESALLIANCE FOR POSITIVE HEALTH
    Consultation/Development ServicesThis service provides consulting technical assistance and grants writing services for not-for-profit and government agencies. AlbanyGRANT WRITING SERVICESCORPORATION FOR AIDS RESEARCH, EDUCATION AND SERVICES (CARES)
    Disease/Disability Care ServicesProvides printed, other media, and online materials to educate people on AIDS/HIV, STDs, and TB, including information on treatment, clinical trials, and prevention.COMMUNICABLE DISEASE AWARENESS AND EDUCATIONCENTER FOR DISEASE CONTROL (CDC)
    Education/Training ServicesThe CDI program serves Fulton and Montgomery Counties in providing needs assessment and community mobilization. It assists business and schools with development of HIV/AIDS policies and provides educational training. The New York State Department of Health AIDS Institute funds this program.MontgomeryCOMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT INITIATIVE (CDI)CENTRO CIVICO OF AMSTERDAM
    Health/Medical Care ServicesThe New York State Department of Health, AIDS Institute has lead responsibility for coordinating state programs, services and activities relating to HIV/AIDS, sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) and hepatitis C.AlbanyAIDS INSTITUTENEW YORK STATE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH
    Helpline/Hotline ServicesThe Spanish HIV/AIDS Hotline is a statewide hotline that serves Spanish speaking residents with HIV/AIDS information and referrals to medical institutions, service providers and HIV testing locations in New York State. It also disseminates HIV/AIDS materials to callers and services providers upon request. The New York State Department of Health AIDS Institute funds this program.MontgomerySPANISH HIV/AIDS HOTLINECENTRO CIVICO OF AMSTERDAM
    Housing ServicesProject-based and scattered site vouchers for individuals and families who are chronically homeless and living with a disability. Ongoing case management services provided, rent is income-based.AlbanyPERMANENT SUPPORTIVE HOUSINGINTERFAITH PARTNERSHIP FOR THE HOMELESS
    Legal/Court ServicesThrough a grant from the New York State Department of Health, the Health Law Clinic of Albany Law School is funded to assist persons living with HIV/AIDS, or their families, with various civil legal issues arising from their condition. These issues include, but are not limited to: permanency planning for children, social security benefit issues, access to health care, public assistance, housing, education, advance directives and discrimination issues.AlbanyHEALTH LAW CLINIC - HIV/AIDSALBANY LAW CLINIC AND JUSTICE CENTER
    Support ServicesThis service provides consulting technical assistance and grants writing services for not-for-profit and government agencies. AlbanyPROGRAM MONITORING AND TECHNICAL ASSISTANCECORPORATION FOR AIDS RESEARCH, EDUCATION AND SERVICES (CARES)

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