The NYC Condom Availability Program provides free condoms for distribution in over 3,500 venues, ranging from hospitals and clinics to bars, clubs and social service agencies throughout the five boroughs. In 2012, NYCAP distributed over 35.5 million male condoms and almost 1.5 million female condoms.
In addition to safer sex products, the NYC Condom Availability program provides free, comprehensive, on-site condom trainings for health care providers, social service agencies, programmatic staff, and consumers.
In 2012, the staff of the Condoms & Materials Distribution Unit conducted over 525 condom presentations, trained over 6,700 individuals city-wide and participated in more than 70 community outreach events, reaching over 43,800 individuals across the five boroughs. Email Crystal Lovelace to learn more about training opportunities.
The NYC Condom Availability Program providers numerous online resources, both for individuals interested in learning more about male and female condoms and for service providers.
Where to Get Female Condoms in New York
The NYC Condom Finder is a free smartphone application designed to locate the five nearest New York City venues that distribute free safer sex products across the five boroughs. The smartphone application can be downloaded by searching for ‘NYC Condom Finder’ in the Android Market, iPhone App Store, or the WindowsPhone Marketplace. Download it today! For New Yorkers on the go, the NYC Condom Availability Program also has a dedicated mobile website.
Individuals can access female condoms at a number of community-based agencies and businesses across the five boroughs. View a list of New York City venues where female condoms are available for the public.
New York City agencies and businesses can order female condoms for FREE through the NYC Condom Availability Program. Email email@example.com or call (347) 396-7762 to learn how you can become a female condom distribution partner.
There are a number of ways to become involved with the NYC Condom Availability program. Here are just a few:
- Participate in a skills-building training so you can educate your community or clients about the benefits of female condoms. Email Crystal Lovelace to learn more about training opportunities.
- Become a condom distribution partner. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (347) 396-7762 to learn how.
- Contact us via email if you would like to learn more about how help to the campaign or get more information.