New York's 'I' House: Helping, one to one

Wicker, Randy
November 1972
Advocate;11/8/72, Issue 98, p16
Reports on the availability of counseling and professional referrals for gays at a nonprofit service organization Identity House in New York City. Number of psychologists and psychiatrists employed by the organization; Average weekly number of gays coming to the center; Approach used by the organization for psychiatric treatment.


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