David Bonnet Cyber Center
We are pleased to offer the David Bohnett Cyber Center, which has been made possible by a grant from the David Bohnett Foundation. Our cyber center includes six computers all with printing (see below for printing policy) and scanning available as well. All computers are connected to the internet so stop in to check email, work on assignments, or just surf! The David Bohnett Cyber Center is open during office hours, Monday-Thursday 9am-8pm and Friday 9am-5pm.
*In our effort to maintain free printing we have implemented a 25-page a week printing limit policy. A valid NYU ID is required to receive paper. Please see one of our office staff members for assistance.
Looking to meet new people? Need a place to relax between classes? Then check out the LGBTQ Student Center Lounge! Our warm and comfortable space is available anytime you want to connect with NYU's LGBTQ and Ally community or when you need to take a break. Feel free to eat your lunch, catch up on homework, watch a movie, or take advantage of our computers---where you can print (see above for printing policy) for free! Also, be sure to check out delicious and affordable coffee machine--Queerig!
The library is located in the NYU LGBTQ Student Center at 60 Washington Square South, the Kimmel Center, Suite 602 and is generally open Monday - Thursday from 9am to 8pm and Friday 9am to 5pm. Books are available to loan out for personal or academic reasons. Items on reserve held on reserve are not available for check out or loans. To set up a viewing appointment or for questions about these items, please contact the email@example.com.
The library has grown considerably and we are now proud to have over 1,000 titles. Please look through the listings below to see if we have what you are looking for, or just to browse. Please stop by the library to do the same! Let us know if there are any titles that we don't have that you would like to see added to our collection
Have fun, but be healthy! The LGBTQ Student Center has fully stocked sexual health materials, from condoms to lube and dental dams. Additionally, be on the look out for FREE HIV testing the Center holds in partnership with the Student Health Center!
New York City LGBTQ Resources
- The Trevor Project
www.thetrevorproject.org The Trevor Project is a nonprofit endeavor created by the makers of the short film TREVOR to promote tolerance for gay and questioning youth.
- Matthew's Place
- Bisexual Information and Counseling Incorporated (BICS)
Information and counseling on health and relationship issues. General and professional discussion groups.
- "The Center" LGBT Community Services Center
www.gaycenter.org Operates 27 programs, including cultural, recreational, political and mental health. More than 300 groups meet here.
- Center Gender Identity Project
Support for transgender people, peer counseling, support groups, referral, advocacy, professional training on gender dysphoria.
- Project Connect
Substance abuse counseling. Free, gay-affirmative; support groups. Pre-group interview required.
- Center Youth Enrichment Services (YES)
Activity based empowerment/prevention program for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Youth aged 13 to 21.
- The Door
www.door.org Crisis intervention, long term counseling, drop-in center, medical care, housing referral service, legal, educational & vocational programs for young people ages 12 to 21.
- Identity House
New York City's oldest LGBT counseling and referral organization. Peer counseling, therapy referrals, coming out discussion groups, conferences and social events.
- Karen Horney Clinic
www.karenhorneyclinic.org Individual and group therapy and counseling. $35- $85 intake: $60-adults/$75-under 18 Medicaid and Medicare accepted, Mon.-Fri., 9am-8pm.
- Lesbian Therapists Referral Network
www.lesbiantherapist.com Lesbian therapists for Lesbian and Bisexual women; trained and experienced psychotherapists offering individual, couple, family and group therapy.
- New York Bisexual Network
Support services for Bisexual people; recorded information.
- Parents and Friends of Lesbian and Gays (PFLAG)
www.pflag.org Support group for parents of gay children to help them understand and accept their son/daughter.
- Suicide Hotline--Samaritans of New York
www.samaritansnyc.org Volunteer staff provides emotional support and referrals; completely confidential, no religious affiliation. 24 hours, 7 days a week
- Bronx Lavender Community Center (BLLC)
Home base of a variety of educational, cultural, social, political, spiritual, human services and health programs; service organizations, agencies and peer groups.
- Brooklyn Lesbian Youth Sisters
Weekly support groups for Lesbian and Bisexual young women. Mon.-Fri., 9:30am-6pm. Counselors 3pm-6pm.
- Queens Pride House
Center for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender communities of Queens.
- PFLAG Staten Island
Support group for parents of gay children to help them understand and accept their son/daughter.
- AIDS Hotline
212-447-8200 or 1-800-Talk-HIV
Information, counseling & referrals available 7 days a week, 9am to 9pm.
- Bailey House, Inc.
www.baileyhouse.org Housing and services for people with AIDS; technical assistance program, communication resources.
- Callen Lorde: Michael Callen and Audre Lorde Community Health Center
www.callen-lorde.org Quality, affordable Lesbian, Gay Bisexual and Transgender health facility. General care, dermatology, mammography, STD screening/care, HIV related health services, counseling, community training and more. Service provided regardless of pay.
- Department of Health - Chelsea Clinic
Free HIV and STD Testing. HIV testing is anonymous OR confidential - your choice. Opens at 8:30am Mon-Fri (line up at 8am to get a number) OR call HIV Hotline at 1-800-825-5448 to make an appointment. 303 9th Ave. (28th St.), 2nd Floor.
- Gay Men's Health Crisis (GMHC)
www.gmhc.org HIV/AIDS/Hotline- information and referrals; financial advocacy; legal and recreational services; peer counseling and support groups; print and video materials.
- Jewish Board of Family and Children's Services
www.jbfcs.org Housing, day treatment, counseling, volunteers for people with HIV, their lovers, caregivers, etc. Consultation and education about HIV. Mon.-Fri., 9am-5pm.
- Office of Gay and Lesbian Health (NYC Department of Health)
Health education, information, advocacy and referrals.
- Safe Home
12-bed transitional living program for HIV+ young people between 16 and 22.
- State of New York Department of Health
212-677-0949 (10th St.)
212-795-4226 x42 (179th St.)
www.health.state.ny.us AIDS institute, free and anonymous HIV testing and counseling. Referral to partner notify, primary care, drug treatment, HIV support and services. 2 walk-in clinics; 347 E. 10th St., between Avenues B and C, open Wed. 2- 8pm; Alianza Dominicana 715 W. 179th St., corner of Fort Washington Avenue, open Mon. & Wed. 10am- 5:30pm.
- Soul Food
www.gmhc.org Brothers healing brothers. A free program with free HIV testing.
- Bronx AIDS Services, Incorporated (BAS)
www.basnyc.org Spanish/English support groups for men/women, Lesbian/Gay; case management, pantry program and legal advice.
- Brooklyn AIDS Task Force
AIDS/HIV service, case management, support groups outreach and education.
- Queens Hospital Center
Ryan White HIV/AIDS services, HIV/MICA program.
- Staten Island AIDS Task Force Education on AIDS in a Gay and Lesbian Environment (EAGLE)
Case management, support groups and referral services for people with HIV/AIDS. Hotline: 718-HIV-CALL.
- Bronx Lesbian and Gay Health Resource Consortium (BLGHRC)
HIV counseling, smoking cessation program, educational room, health-related workshops, and a variety of other health related services.
- TalkSafe and Pluses
Offer individual, couple, and group counseling for HIV-negative and HIV-positive gay and bisexual men. Our counselors are mental health professionals and peer counselors trained in providing gay-affirmative HIV prevention counseling.
Bias Crimes/Domestic Violence:
- New York City Gay and Lesbian Anti-Violence Project
www.avp.org Counseling, advocacy and training. Peer and short term counseling for sexual assault, domestic violence, HIV related violence and other victimization. Confidential hotline: 212-714-1141.
- Safe Horizons
www.safehorizons.org Services for victims of crimes, 24-hour phone crisis counseling, information, referral and advocacy.
People of Color
- The Audre Lorde Project
ALP's Community Information Line: 718-596-0016
www.alp.org A center for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Two Spirit and Transgender people of color communities. Have information on many organizations serving LGBT People of Color.
- Gay Men Of African Descent
www.gmad.org Committed to empowering gay men of African descent through education, social support, political advocacy and health and wellness promotion.
- Soul Food
www.gmhc.org Brothers healing brothers. A free program with free HIV testing.
- Alcoholics Anonymous Intergroup of New York
www.nyintergroup.org Meetings for gays, straights, men/women only, HIV+ etc. Call AA.
- Gay and Lesbian Switchboard of New York Project
www.glnh.org Worlds oldest. Peer counseling, referral and information. Mon.- Fri., 6pm-10pm. Sat./Sun., noon- 5pm.
- Bronx Lesbian United in Sisterhood
Multi-cultural organization for social and educational needs of the lesbian community.