Skip to main content. Languages Deutsch Edit links. GMHC used the surveillance report findings to encourage new research and special projects on HIV and aging, such as a focus on Americans older than 55 who are more likely to receive an AIDS diagnosis concurrent with an HIV diagnosis, or present comorbidities and concurrent chronic illnesses, such as heart disease and cancer. To end the AIDS epidemic, we need comprehensive solutions that promote education, increase awareness, improve care, reduce stigma, elevate policy and build strong, supportive communities. It praised GMHC for its work.
The Keith Haring Food Pantry Program will increase its capacity to provide grocery bags and nutrition counseling to more people in need.
Throughout more than 30 years of fighting this disease in New York City and across the nation, GMHC has gained clients who have been with the program as long as 25 years, many of whom are now 50 years of age or older. We help you develop meaningful relationships within the GMHC community, receive support and give back to others along the way, so you feel a sense of confidence and pride that empowers your life on your terms. At GMHC, we believe we can end the epidemic by addressing the underlying causes, shifting cultural beliefs and promoting smart behaviors that empower a healthy life for all of us. Connect, share, and collaborate with other prevention professionals. He was named as the director of GMHC inhelping create a more formal structure for the nascent organization, which had no funding or offices when he took on the role.