Resources

African American Office of Gay Concerns (AAOGC)

877 Broad Street, Suite 211 (next to Elegant Eyes, on the corner of Broad and William Street)
Newark, NJ 07102
www.aaogc.org
Contact: Karla Barnett

Project WOW! Youth Center

393 Central Avenue
Newark, NJ 07103
(888) 688-9078
www.myspace.com/projectwow1

Hispanic Multi-Purpose Service Youth Drop-In Center

45 East 21st Street
Patterson, NJ 07513
(973) 684-2151

Liberation in Truth Unity Fellowship Church

True Colors & Open Door Drop-in Center
47-49 New Street, Newark, NJ
11 Halsey Street, Newark, NJ
(973) 424-9555
(973) 621-2100
www.litufc.org

Hudson Pride Connections Center

32 Jones Street
Jersey City, NJ 07306
(201) 963-4779
www.hudsonpride.org

Websites

inSPOT
An Internet Notification Service for Partners or Tricks Tell your hookups, ex’s, boyfriends, girlfriends, and partners that may have been exposed to an STD. In New Jersey, there’s an easy way to tell your sex partners you have a sexually transmitted disease (STD). Send them a free inSPOT e-card ANONYMOUSLY or from your email address. No information will be reported to any government or private agency.


It's Your Sex Life
Sex education info with blogs and chats so you can ask peers questions.


Fight For Your Rights
Great site with important info on youth empowerment, politics that affect youth, community building, sexual health, and other topics.


    Advocates For Youth
    Youth-friendly info on national trends in sexual health education, laws that affect youth, and community activism.


    FMyLife
    When you think you’re having a really bad day, think again! Check out this site where real people post their most horrible moments of the day. You will laugh and realize, it may not be that bad of a day after all!


    Myxer
    Relieve some stress! Be creative and make your own ringtones for free!!!


    The New Jersey Department of Health
    The New Jersey Department of Health – Division of HIV/AIDS Services has great information about the impact of HIV in the state of NJ.


    The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
    The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have great resources to find out more information on the effects of HIV on our community and what you can do to stop the spread of HIV.