Gay Men’s Health Crisis (GMHC), the nation's oldest HIV/AIDS prevention, care and advocacy organization, has moved from its Chelsea home to a new location on the West Side. In the new building, GMHC will continue to provide free hot meals to clients. They will be able to serve even more people and with healthier options. Other services include a pharmacy and an expanded food pantry program. HIV testing and prevention programs will be done off-site at their West 29th Street location. "This building really reflects what HIV needs are in the 21st century. We really need to be more open. We need to be more accessible. And we need to have a very complex, intricate program service delivery, in which programs are connected and depend on each other," GMHC’s chief executive officer, Marjorie Hill, told NY1. GMHC's new home is located at 446 West 33 Street, New York, NY. Visit gmhc.org for more information.