Make a complaint about a person offering or providing conversion therapy services for a fee.
Report discrimination in employment, housing, public accommodations, and by members of the public.
Register or terminate a domestic partnership.
Get free, confidential help with drug or alcohol addiction, such as crisis services and treatment referrals. Make a drug/alcohol rehab facility complaint.
Report any type of harassment, including sexual harassment, cat calling, and voyeurism.
Report a hate crime and get tips about past hate crimes.
Get help for people with HIV or AIDS.
Learn about HIV prevention, PrEP, and PEP.
Get HIV and AIDS counseling, testing, and treatment services.
Get the Stop HIV in NYC: Know Your HIV Status" health bulletin.
Request for the report by the Commission for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Questioning Youth.
Learn about services and resources for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer or questioning (LGBTQ) individuals, parents, and youth.
Learn about getting married at the City's Clerk Office.
Get a marriage license, which is required to get married in New York State.
Get a copy of a marriage record or make a correction.
Get a marriage registration certificate, the official documentation of a wedding.
Get training to help recognize the early signs and symptoms of mental illness and substance misuse.
Get free, confidential help with mental health or substance abuse issues, including crisis services and treatment referrals.
Request NYC Condoms or report an issue.
Get shelter and services if you are under 21 and in crisis. You can also submit a complaint or comment.
Learn about the Marriage Equality Act and getting married as a same-sex couple.
Get referrals for support and services for family or friends caring for a person 60 or older, or for seniors caring for a person of any age.
Learn about sexual and reproductive justice.
Learn about programs and policies to address disparities that impact boys and men of color.
Get resources for young people, troubled youth, and their families. Includes Youth Connect, walk-in centers, and NYC Teen website.