Gay City News: What’s Closed, What’s Still Available in LGBTQ Health & Social Services
What’s Closed, What’s Still Available in LGBTQ Health & Social Services | March 16, 2020: While New York City’s bars, restaurants, gyms, theaters, and other entertainment establishments have been ordered shut down due to the coronavirus, some community and health centers that provide services to the LGBTQ community are remaining entirely open while others are either maintaining limited operations or closing temporarily.
The following is an overview of the current state of those community and health centers as of March 16. Gay City News will be updating and expanding this list as more information becomes available. Please check the organizations’ websites, as well, for the most up-to-date information.
- Pride Center of Staten Island: Closed through March 23. pridecentersi.org
- Queens Community House: Programs are scaled back or temporarily suspended. See a more specific breakdown at the Community House website. qchnyc.org
- Safe Horizon: Program locations in the Bronx, Staten Island, and Queens are open; Brooklyn program locations are open except for the Brooklyn Family Justice Center; Manhattan program locations are open except for Manhattan Family Court Program. safehorizon.org
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