All posts tagged "whitman-walker clinic"

  • Presenting PALS

    Two local health organizations specializing in care to the LGBT community are partnering to bring specific services to LGBT seniors. Whitman-Walker Health and Mautner Project:...

  • Out Patient Care

    ''We've had some tumultuous history around are we or are we not dedicated to a mission of serving the LGBT community,'' says Justin Goforth, director...

  • Name Changer

    Over the course of its nearly four decades, the Whitman-Walker Clinic – born as the Gay Men's VD Clinic – has been a constant component...

  • Clinic Kudos

    As part of its mission to ''educate a diverse health care workforce'' and improve health services to D.C. residents, the Capital City Area Health Education...

  • Making Things Better

    These days when we think of the phrase ''it gets better,'' we think of recent efforts to give hope to LGBT youth that as they...

  • An Achievement to Celebrate

    Last week, Whitman-Walker Clinic shared with the community good news that has not happened here in nearly a decade. We reported an operating gain for...

  • Helping Out

    If you know you want to help, but you're not sure exactly where to start, look to The Center, the D.C. area's LGBT community center....

  • Back-n-Forth Budget

    The D.C. City Council relieved some concern last week for HIV/AIDS organizations receiving city funding by voting to restore budget cuts proposed by outgoing Mayor...

  • Family Care

    It's unlikely you ever met the late Carl Vogel. If you've seen his playwright sister Paula Vogel's Obie-winning Baltimore Waltz, you may have at least...

  • Clinic Preps Fall Function

    Next Friday, Nov. 12, the Whitman-Walker Clinic will give Dr. Shannon Hader its first-ever Community Service Award ''in recognition of the tremendous work she's done...

  • Step by Step

    This weekend, Washingtonians will walk to fight HIV/AIDS. And then they'll march for justice. The same morning as the 24th annual AIDS Walk, Saturday, Oct....

  • June in Bloom

    In June Crenshaw's world, every minute matters. The 49-year-old lesbian from Tulsa, Okla., who has been living in the D.C. area since the mid-1980s, has...

  • Center Celebrates

    The Center, the metro area's LGBT community center, has announced four honorees to be celebrated at the nonprofit's Fall Reception, Thursday, Sept. 2. Those honorees...

  • Moving Pictures

    Why should people get involved with the 24th annual AIDS Walk, slated to kick off from Freedom Plaza on Oct. 2? That's the question Whitman-Walker...

  • Founder's Fight Ends

    Over the past several months, Jerome Sikorski was a regular -- though emotional -- part of his friend Jerry Filbin's days. ''I saw him twice...

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