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The Alpha Workshops is the only not-for-profit organization in the country that trains and employs people living with HIV/AIDS in the decorative arts. We are an industry pioneer ever since our founding in 1995, both in developing a unique training curriculum and in creating a flexible, supportive workplace responsive to the medical, financial and emotional needs of people living with a chronic illness. Alpha Workshops runs a highly regarded design studio, staffed completely by our trainees and graduates, and is well-known for our handcrafted wallpapers, on-site custom painting, decorative finishes, gilding and handcast lamps.

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Perceptions for People with Disabilities (PPD) is committed to empowering and educating the Differently-abled, (visually/blind, hard of hearing/deaf, mentally and/or physically challenged) people living with HIV/AIDS to be socially independent and self-sufficient.

PPD also strives to increase community awareness around the special needs of people living with HIV/AIDS who are visually impaired/blind, hard of hearing/deaf, mentally and/or physically challenged. This is a non-profit organization.

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Founded in 1954, The Bridge, Inc. is a 501(c)(3), community-based organization serving New Yorkers in need. We have evolved into a multi-service, multi-site and multi-borough agency serving 1,100 men and women annually. We serve persons with mental illness, the homeless, people with substance abuse problems, and those with HIV/AIDS.

Our mission is to assist our clients, through a comprehensive array of mental health, housing and rehabilitation services, to live productively and as independently as possible in the community.

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For nearly 100 years, HeartShare has helped New Yorkers develop to their fullest potential and lead meaningful lives. We are a community-based organization providing a wide range of services to children and adults with developmental disabilities, families in crisis, and people with HIV/AIDS. Our mission is to help each person we assist become as independent as possible.

HeartShare serves more than 17,000 New Yorkers annually at more than 60 program locations.

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Miracle House provides housing, meals, and advocacy to caregivers and patients coming to New York City for critical medical treatment. Miracle House provides an affordable and supportive environment in Midtown Manhattan for those who must travel to New York for medical reasons.

Visitors can stay, on a temporary basis, in a clean, safe, furnished apartment for $50.00 per night, per room. Credit cards, checks, travelers checks, and cash are all accepted. Unlike a hotel, Miracle House is a home away from home. The facility, located in a beautiful high rise residential apartment building, has its own kitchen, dining room, living room, private bathrooms, free internet and computer access, as well as television, air conditioning and 24 hour security. Laundry facilities are conveniently located in the building. Clients have their own private room and bathroom and share the common living areas with other families.

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