AIDS Memorial Quilt - NAMES Project Foundation Northern NJ Chapter: 201-265-0600; PO Box 85 Paramus, NJ 07653; email@example.com; namesnnj.org; An AIDS support organization promoting awareness of HIV/AIDS; building alliances with local ASOs; and helping people remember and grieve for those who have died from AIDS related diseases. Serving NJ & the greater metropolitan area.
AIDS Ride South Africa, Ltd.: 646-596-8829; 142 West 109th St., 5R, New York, NY 10025; firstname.lastname@example.org; arsa.org.za; ARSA annually cycles across South Africa to raise funds and awareness about HIV and AIDS in South Africa and globally. Cyclists pay (directly or through sponsorships) to participate in a nationwide bike ride educating local citizens, distributing condoms, swab testing, and donating bicycles for local medical caregivers.
African American Office of Gay Concerns: 973-639-0700; 877 Broad Street, Suite 211 Newark, NJ 07102; email@example.com; aaogc.org; African American Office of Gay Concerns a Center for HIV/AIDS Testing, Prevention & Resources
Buddies of NJ, Inc.: 800-508-7577; 149 Hudson St., Hackensack, NJ 07601; firstname.lastname@example.org; njbuddies.org; Your support makes it possible to provide: Service, Education, Resources, and Care to those infected and affected by HIV/AIDS.
Morristown Medical Center: HIV Counseling, Testing and Referral: 973-889-6810; 200 South St., Suite 342, Morristown, NJ 07960; Roger.Fanklin@AtlanticHealth.org; Hours: M-F, 8-4 or by appointment. Morristown Medical Center is part of Atlantic Health System's Trusted Network of Caring(TM). Our promise to our communities is that anyone who enters our system will receive the right care, at the right quality, at the right time, at the right place and at the right cost.
NJCRI Project W.O.W (Web Outreach Works): 973-483-3444; 393 Central Ave Newark NJ 07104; email@example.com; njcri.org; The Project WOW! LGBTQ Youth Center: Is a safe space where partnerships and collaboration with LGBTQ youth, adults and allies flourish Project WOW (Web Outreach Works) encourages the use of online and social media to cultivate peer to peer relationships amongst LQBTQ youth (ages 14-24), promote self-empowerment and educate LGBTQ youth of safe sex practices. Project WOW creates a safe and affirming space where LGBTQ youth (ages 14 - 24) can socialize, build community, develop leadership skills and access relevant sexual health, mental health and substance abuse services and education. Project WOW believes that each and every LGBTQ person has a voice that should be heard and recognized as fierce and fabulous change agents in our communities.