Our Patient Care Policies
Compass is a comprehensive program for transgender and gender-diverse children and adolescents in a safe, welcoming, and nonjudgmental space.
The Domestic and Other Violence Emergencies (DOVE) Program at NewYork-Presbyterian/Columbia University Irving Medical Center provides free counseling services to victims of violent crime, including domestic violence, physical and sexual assault, and elder abuse. DOVE clinicians have a wide range of expertise in the treatment of trauma, from intimate partner violence to stranger rape, acquaintance and date rape, partner and marital rape and childhood sexual abuse.
The Family Planning Practice provides sexual and reproductive health services for low-income adolescent and adult women through age 45 and men up to age 35.
Project STAY provides healthcare services to teens and young adults (age 14 to 24) in Harlem. Through our Specialized Care Center, we care for young people who are HIV-positive or are at risk for HIV infection. Our Youth Access Program conducts community outreach, screening, and linkage to care for young people engaging in risk-taking behaviors.
The Uptown Hub gives teens and young adults (age 14 to 24) a place to act, create, and inspire growth within themselves and their communities. Servicing more than 250 youths in Washington Heights and Inwood, the Uptown Hub empowers members to develop self-advocacy and pursue their dreams by connecting with holistic and culturally-affirming services and resources.
The Victim Intervention Program at NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center provides free, confidential, and high-quality clinical and advocacy services to victims of crime. The Victim Intervention Program’s clinicians have a wide range of expertise in the treatment of trauma, from intimate partner violence and family violence to sexual assault and childhood sexual abuse.
The Young Men’s Clinic provides male sexual and reproductive health services in a male-friendly environment to young men between the ages of 14 and 35. Co-located with the Family Planning Practice, the Young Men’s Clinic was established to encourage male involvement in the planning and spacing of pregnancies and the prevention of sexually transmitted infections (STIs), and to address the lack of access to health care experienced by young men in northern Manhattan.