“THE GREATEST WEALTH IS HEALTH”- Virgil
Each semester the Office of Health Services addresses a wide variety of health-related issues and concerns that affect our students and community. Through college-wide health programs, the Office of Health Services strives to increase the awareness of these health issues and encourage behavior that will support and promote healthy life choices.
The staff is actively involved in health initiatives, health and wellness screening and educational events, blood drives, and health insurance advisement referrals. Workshop and seminar presentations are held on many timely health issues including Hypertension, Obesity, Smoking Cessation, Substance Abuse, Domestic Violence, HIV/AIDS and Risk Reduction, Nutrition, and LGBT Cultural Competency.
Project Street Beat of PPGNY Health Care Services:
- Birth Control- IUD, Implant, Injection, Pill, Patch, Ring
- Emergency Contraception
- Pregnancy Testing
- Medication Abortion (starting 4/6/20)
- STI Testing and Treatment
- UTI Treatment
- HIV Testing and Linkage to Care
- PrEP/PEP- HIV Prevention Medications
- Gynecologic Services
- Pap Smears
- Breast Exams
- Syringes and Safe Injection Supplies
- Free Condoms
PSB of PPGNY Remote Telehealth Visit Scheduling:
Monday- Friday: 9:00 a.m.- 5:00 p.m.
Mobile Health Center Schedule:
Each day from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. The schedule is here: www.projectstreetbeat.org
Caribbean Women’s Health Association, Inc.
The Caribbean Women’s Health Association is providing Maternal and Child Health Support Services- Supportive services for pregnant women, post-partum women, and their families: Caribbean Women’s Health Association, Inc.
➢ Online Breastfeeding/Safe Sleep Workshops and Support Groups-Ongoing
instruction and support; referrals for needed services, wellness checks as
➢ Online Parenting Workshops – Workshop series for Parents, Partners, and
caregivers of children, newborn-3 years old.
➢ Free Birth/Post- Partum Virtual Doula Support- available for pregnant and
➢ Naturalization (Citizenship)
➢ Replacement of Naturalization Certificates
➢ Renewal/Replacement of Green Cards
➢ Renewal of DACA status
➢ Extension of Visitor’s B1/B2 visa status
➢ Certificates of Citizenship (Children of US Citizens)
➢ Waitlist for Green Card Application Cases
HIV Prevention Education/HIV Testing/Counseling-
➢ Distribution of HIV Home Testing Kits- for home delivery only
➢ Ongoing Virtual Women’s Support Group (For all women, regardless of HIV
➢ Virtual HIV Prevention Education Workshops- HIV 101, STI Prevention,
PrEP/PEP Education, Condom Use, etc.
➢ Custom Virtual HIV Prevention presentations for faith-based organizations
Is your household income less than $52, 400 a year? Chances are you qualify for the Essential Plan from
UnitedHealthcare Community Plan. Apply for free or low-cost health insurance today. The Essential Plan offered through the NY State of Health is for lower-income families in New York who don’t qualify for Medicaid or Child
Health Plus. There are several Essential Plan types with certain income, or citizenship status requirements. We can help you determine which plan type is best for you. We’d be proud to have you as a member of United Healthcare Community Plan. Click on the link for more information. United Healthcare Community Plan
Representative: Leomara Aragones Cell: 347-696-5119 Email: email@example.com
Metro Plus Healthcare
Visit Metro Plus today and find out if your eligible for NO-COST or LOW-COST Health Insurance. Click on the link for more information. Metro Plus Healthcare