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HIV Counseling, Testing & Prevention

AIDS Council of Northeastern New York


927 Broadway Damien Center, Albany
Albany, NY 12207 12 South Lake Ave.
Phone: 518-434-4686 Albany, NY 12203
Fax: 518-434-8184 Phone: (518) 446-7119
Web: aidscouncil.org E-Mail: albanydamien@aol.com
Contact: Julie Harris, Deputy Executive Web: www.AlbanyDamienCenter.org
Director Contact: Perry Junjulas, Executive Director
Michele McClave, Executive Director A Drop-in HIV/AIDS community center with
Damarise Alaxander-Man, Ext. 210 information and activities designed to improve
Provides direct client services and HIV health, reduce stress, and enhance quality of life.
education, outreach, and training to a 15 county Disclosure of HIV/AIDS status is not required in
region in Northeastern NY. Services include the Center's comfortable and supportive
community and intensive case management, environment. The Center
transportation, transitional planning services for Hours: Drop-in T-Th, 5:30pm-8:30pm & others
inmates, support groups, emer s scheduled
Hours: 9-5, M-F Fees: none
Fees: None
Ellis Hospital
Arbor Hill Community Center 1101 Nott St.
47 North Lark St. Schenectady, NY 12308
Albany, NY 12210 Phone: (518) 243-4000
Phone: 518-463-1516 Contact: Jessica Hayashi, RN MS Infection
Fax: 518-463-2217 Control
Contact: Julie Harris, Deputy Executive 352 bed, full service hospital with an 82 bed
Director nursing home. Comprehensive acute and
Michele McClave, Executive Director specialty care, cardiac suregery, day surgery, in-
Damarise Alaxander-Man, Ext. 210 patient psychiatric care for adults and
The Arbor Hill Community Center's Peer sdolescents, outpatient clinics and on and off-site
Education Program offers teen peer HIV/AIDS primary care.
education to adolescents and youth through Hours: 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
HIV/AIDS workshop presentations, theatre, Fees: Vary with service
dance and outreach activities. The PEP Arbor
Hill Program also has a "Teen Drop-In Cen HIV Hospitality House Therapeutic Community
Counseling, Testing, & Prevention Ron 271 Central Ave.
Quaritmon Peer Education Director Albany, NY 12206
Hours: 10-5:30, M-F Phone: (518) 434-6468
Fees: None Fax: (518) 434-6302
E-Mail: rthistledo@adelphia.net
Capital District African American Coalition Contact: Linn Becker,
on AIDS (CDAACA) Jim Jeffreys,
388 Clinton Ave. Long term residential drug free, co-ed program
Albany, NY 12206 designed for individuals between the ages of 16-
Phone: 518-427-2957 35 years with DSM primary axis of chemical
Fax: 518-427-0642 dependency. Other programs for Gambling
Web: www.cdaaca.org Addiction, Parenting and Nutrition classes, and
Contact: Arthur Butler, Executive Director CPR and First Aid. Alcoholi
Joann Morane, Deputy Director Hours: 9-5, M-F business office; clinic 24 hours
Provides HIV prevention services including a day (residential)
outreach, education, trainings, community
organizing, technical assistance/ consultation to Health Department, Albany County
individuals and community based organizations, 175 Green St., P.O. Box 678
social marketing campaigns, and advocacy with Albany, NY 12201-0678
a particular emphasis on pe Phone: (518)447-4580
Hours: Administrative office 9-5, M-F Web: www.albanycounty.com
Fees: free Contact: James B. Crucetti, M.D., MPH,
HIV Counseling, Testing & Prevention

Medical Services: Immunization, Children Six month rehabilitation program for men over
Dental Services, TB, STD, Dental Services for 21 and under 65 who have problems managing
Children up to 18 years. their own lives due to addictions and inability to
Hours: 8:30-10, M-Th; weekend emergency live life as a productive member of society.
coverage Fees: free
Fees: none
Seton Addiction Services/ St. Mary's Hospital
Equinox, Inc. 1300 Massachusetts Ave.
95 Central Ave. Troy, NY 12180
Albany, NY 12206 Phone: (518) 268-5344
Phone: (518) 434-6135 Fax: (518) 268-5324
Fax: (518) 434-4502 E-Mail: cmoak@setonhealth.org
Contact: Carolyn Schimanski, Web: www.setonhealth.org
Counseling Center provides out patient Contact: Charles Moak, 268-6488
counseling services for substance abuse to Acute Care Detoxification- stabilize withdrawl
individuals, couples and families. Specialized and minimize co-existing medical conditions on
services includes recovery groups, therapy mental illness or disability. Initiation of the
groups for adults survivors of childhood abuse, recovery process through the provision of
adventure-bound groups, youth and referral for longer term treatment.
Hours: 9-5, M-F; others by appointment Residential rehabil
Hours: 24 hours a day/ 7 days a week
Unity House AIDS/Housing Support Services Fees: All private/commercail
33 Second St. insurance/medicaid/medicare
Troy, NY 12180
Phone: (518) 272-1611 Trinity Institution
Fax: (518) 274-4815 15-17 Trinity Place
Contact: Danielle Wissenbach, Albany, NY 12202
Supported Housing program for people living Phone: (518) 449-5155
with HIV/AIDS. Provides a rental stipend and Fax: (518) 427-7658
supportive services to those in Rennselaer Contact: Dana L. Thompson, Chief Executive
County. COBRA Case management program: Director
provides intesive, family centered case Youth and family services, child welfare
management to consumers who live in the gr prevention services, home-based counseling,
Hours: 9-5, M-F therapeutic afterschool, teen pregnancy and
Fees: Supported Housing (none); COBRA: parenting, HIV/AIDS outreach (contact Nancy
medicaid is billed Lonczak or Michelle Womack-Bursh), substance
abuse services for families and a sub
Public Health Services- Schenectady Hours: 8:30-8:30, M-F
600 Franklin St., Suite 106 Fees: Based on ability to pay
Schenectady, NY 12308
Phone: (518) 346-2187 Planned Parenthood, Upper Hudson
Fax: (518) 346-2191 259 Lark St.
Web: Albany, NY 12210
www.govt.co.schenectady.ny.us/publichealth Phone: (518) 434-5678
Contact: Cindy Schulte, Clinic Supervisor Fax: (518) 434-6278
HIV Testing only. Anonymous and confidential E-Mail: rob@uhpp.org
testing. Contact: Rob Curry, Director of Education 434-
Hours: 5:30pm-7:00pm, M & Th 5678 ext. 142
Fees: no cost, $2.00 donation accepted HIV/AIDS Prevention via Northeast HIV
Prevention Network; also offer confidential HIV
Adult Rehabilitation Center Salvation Army testing and host an anonymous HIV testing site.
452 Clinton Ave. Reproductive health.
Albany, NY 12206 Hours: vary
Phone: (518) 465-2416 Fees: HIV tesing free to patients and $50 to non-
Fax: (518) 465-4459 patients
Contact: Bill Goodridge, ext. 233
HIV Counseling, Testing & Prevention

Whitney M. Young, Jr. Health Center - HIV Phone: (518) 262-4439


Services Fax: (518) 262-4756
920 Lark Dr. Contact: Sheile Boyle, Case Manager
Albany, NY 12207 Supervisor
Phone: (518) 465-4771 George Clifford, Program Administrator 262-
Fax: (518) 465-5964 4438
Contact: Steven Sawicki, Program Director AIDS Program at Albany, Medical Center is a
Harry David, Senior Case Manager regional treatment center for HIV, providing
Full-service ambulatory care providing medical testing, medical, dental, mental health, research,
care in pediatrics, adult medicine, gynecology, education, case management services and
podiatry, dermatology, obstetrics, mental health, clinical trial program.
optometry, pharmacy, laboratory, X-ray. Also, Hours: 8:30-4:30, M-F
Methadone Maintenance Services (463-3882); Fees: Ambulatory care services provided without
Women, Infants and C regard to ability to pay.
Hours: 8:30-5:30, M-Th, 8-5, F
Fees: Sliding scale for self-paying patients, Albany Medical Center AIDS Designated
Medicaid, Medicare, private insurance and Center
HMO's. 47 New Scotland Ave. MC 5158
Albany, NY 12208
Whitney M. Young, Jr. Health Center- Cheer Phone: (518) 262-3125
Department Fax: (518) 262-4756
Lark and Arbor Drives E-Mail: galluca@mail.amc.edu
Albany, NY 12207 Web: www.amc.edu
Phone: (518) 465-4771 ext.412 Contact: Abigail V. Gallucci, Associate Director
Fax: (518) 465-5964 518.262.6864
Contact: Johanne Morne, Program Director AMC’s Designated Care Center provides a
Sandra Cook, Operations Manager comprehensive integrated package of services
Tina Smith, Mental Health Coordinator including acute care, HIV testing, oral health
Comprehensive HIV/AIDS Education and care, mental health, primary and secondary
Employment Resources (CHEER) including intervention, substance abuse counseling, peer
primary medical, case management, mental services, pastoral care, educatio
health, psychiatry, outreach/education, Hours: 8-3:30, M-F
confidential pre and post testing counseling Fees: AMC provides care regardless of ability to
(518) 436-6824. pay
Hours: 8-7, M & Th; 8-6, T& W; 8-3, F
Fees: Sliding scale for self pay patients, Hemophilia Center at Albany Medical
Medicaid, Medicare, private insurance and College, Regional Comprehensive
HMO's 47 New Scotland Ave.
Albany, NY 12208-3479
Whitney M. Young, Jr. Health Center- Phone: (518) 262-3111 On Call #
MMTP Fax: (518) 262-6320
4-10 Dewitt St. E-Mail: albanyhtc@mail.amc.edu
Albany, NY 12207 Web: www.amc.edu Link-hemophilia
Phone: (518) 463-3882 Contact: Mia Frank, Executive Assistant
Fax: (518) 455-8806 Director 262-6214
Contact: Trish Austin, The comprehensive team includes:
Methadone Maintenance Treatment Program , Adult/Pediatric hematologist, orthopedic
HIV Counseling, Testing and Prevention, surgery, physical therapy, dental surgery, dental
Vocational/Educational Services, COSA- hygiene, genetics, social work, HIV counseling
Children of Substance Abuse Services. and information, home transfusion, nursing and
Hours: 6:30-10:30am, 12:30-3pm hemophilic education, special coagula
Fees: Sliding fee scale/most insurances Hours: 8:00-4:30, M-F
Fees: Fess vary, depending on the service
AIDS Program Albany Medical College rendered.
47 New Scotland Ave. MC 158
Albany, NY 12208 Our Brothers' Keepers Foundation
HIV Counseling, Testing & Prevention

P.O. Box 1872


Albany, NY 12201
Phone: (518) 474-2227
Contact: Michael Kane, President 474-2227
Mary Ann Phibbs, Treasurer 438-5892
Grass roots organization whose purposes are to
raise money to support programs that provide a
range of direct services to persons living with the
HIV infection, their loved ones and families, and
education and prevention programs that target
persons at ri
Fees: none

Schenectady Inner City Ministry (SICM)


930 Albany St.
Schenectady, NY 12307
Phone: (518) 374-2683
Fax: (518) 382-1871
E-Mail: sicm@crisny.org
Web: www.crisny.org/not-for-profit/sicm
Contact: Rev. Phillip Grigsby,
A coalition of churches which unite to relate
their resources to human needs of the city.
Provides: Food Program (346-4445); Housing
Task Force/Rental Security Deposit Loan (338-
4290); Save and Share Food Buying Co-op (346-
5207); Applicable Matching (374
Hours: 9-5, M-F; varies with program.
Fees: none