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March 6, 2017
"They provide primary care services, dentists, individual and family counseling, HIV testing, sexual health counseling, LGBT support groups, care coordination, and a variety of services that just make life better for those who are either dealing with HIV or dealing with drug addiction. So I just want to recognize this tremendous organization and these residents of our community," said Assemblymember Robert J. Rodriguez on the floor of the Assembly, welcoming members and staff of Harlem United to the Assembly Chamber.