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8 Apr

After building a better life for herself in Harlem, this Côte d’Ivoire native is helping others build their own

Shortly thereafter, she opened a restaurant on 128th St. specializing in West African cuisine. She started at Harlem United 15 years ago as a volunteer, at the ... more
27 Mar

Action Alert: Support Community Healthcare!

Ending AIDS requires maintaining government support for community health care. Congress enacted the 340B drug-pricing law to enable covered entities, includ... more

Facing HIV & addiction through performance

I spent a few hours each week in December in the dining room of Harlem United's Willis Green Jr. Adult Day Health Care Center. There was silverware clanking, ... more
6 Feb

7 Facts You Need to Know on National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day

In honor of National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day on February 7, 2015, we put together a list of seven surprising (and humbling) statistics and facts about the ... more
4 Feb

How a quiet change is transforming young LGBT lives

At 4:59 p.m., the community space at HOME—our program for LGBT young adults—is bustling. There’s a group of three young women sitting on the couch talking, ... more
8 Jan

Get fit with us this year

Harlem United and Harlem Run are teaming up to make it even easier for our communities to get and stay healthy. In two weeks, we're launching Harlem Gets Fit in ... more