Chair: Position Currently Open
Program Coordinator: Linda Brown-Robinson
Estimates show that African Americans account for almost half of all new HIV infections in the United States. Approximately one in 16 black men will be diagnosed with HIV during their lifetime, as well as one in 32 black women. NBLCA is committed to our task of promoting healthy communities and hope you will support our efforts.
You too can make a difference by promoting health in the Black community! Here’s how – Share information about HIV awareness and testing events with NBLCA! Together we can reach communities of color; help to decrease the risk of new diagnoses and get closer to the goal to END AIDS! RSVP to attend the public forum on Feb 6th!
Syracuse in the News
WAER – Syracuse, 02/06/15
State of HIV in Black America
Putting the Spotlight on Hepatitis C in the African American Community
Be informed about Syracuse
New York State HIV Counseling Hotline is the statewide resource for HIV/AIDS-related information, community referrals and supportive telephone counseling. Callers receive information on HIV and AIDS related issues including locations of testing sites and program services in Florida.
(800) 872-2777 (M-F 2-8, S & S 10-6)
Deaf and Hearing Impaired: (800) 369-2437 TDD
Spanish Hotline: (800) 233-SIDA New York State Information Hotline
(800) 541-2437 (info tapes 24 hrs; counselors Mon.-Fri. 8-8, Sat. & Sun. 10-6)
(800) 633-7444 GMHC AIDS Hotline
(212) 807-6655 (M-F 10-9, Sat 12-3)
GMHC TDD: (212) 645-7470 Body Positive Helpline
(516) 385-AIDS (M-F 9-9, tape after hours) AIDS Council of Northeastern NY AIDS Information Hotline
(518) 445-2437 (800) 201-AIDS
Homepage for the Department of Health and Human Services.
Partners and Resources
The Promise Land Baptist Church
100 Eisenhower Avenue
East Syracuse, New York 13057