MPowerment is a national community building and HIV prevention project for gay, bi and queer men between the ages of 18-29. At MPowerment New Haven, we plan gay/queer events for people to meet, network, and socialize in spaces that are creative, safe, and fun. Our Core group of volunteers meets on Monday nights at 6:30 to plan these events and discuss community needs. Our MPowerment program is housed by APNH: A Place to Nourish your Health, and strives to bring people together from all over the Greater New Haven area.
Broad Recognition is Yale College’s first and only feminist publication. We are a radically progressive collective of friends, writers, and thinkers dedicated to understanding the way power impacts our communities. We seek to use our writing as a platform for understanding the world around us with the hopes of ultimately overturning the status quo. We dream of a world centered around communities of love instead of economies of capital.
A Place to Nourish your Health (formerly AIDS Project New Haven) is a local organization that offers behavioral health care, case management, nutrition, and pharmacy and prevention services. APNH's vision is a community where everyone has access to high quality, relationship-based, holistic care to inspire health and well-being and to empower people at risk of, or impacted by HIV, substance use, mental illness and related conditions.