About Us

Hudson Pride Center is a home and voice for the diverse LGBTQ community and our allies that advocates for our physical, mental, social and political well­­­-being.

 

We create safe and vibrant spaces to gather and celebrate our lives.

As the Director of Clinical Services, Dr. Rosen’s primary responsibilities include clinical oversight of HPCC programming, clinical supervision of HPCC staff and social work/counseling interns, crisis intervention counseling, HIV treatment adherence counseling, Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) patient education, program development, grant writing, quality management and community and professional training. He also serves as a Part-Time Lecturer for the MSW Program at Rutgers University, where he teaches graduate courses on HIV/AIDS care, LGBTQ sensitivity, and Human Development across the Lifespan, and he delivers continuing education training in these areas to social workers and other health professionals throughout the country. Dr. Rosen’s professional interests include HIV treatment adherence, adolescent substance abuse counseling, LGBTQ social justice, and healthcare policy. He received his Masters in Social Work from Rutgers University (1996), his Doctorate in Behavioral Health from Arizona State University (2012) and has been an NJ-Licensed Clinical Social Worker since 1998. He currently lives in Jersey City with his husband and two rather destructive (but lovable) cats. The irony of a trained Behavioral Health Provider being unable to keep two cats from continuously wreaking havoc on household furniture has not gone unnoticed by his husband – or the cats.

 

Contact David

 

drosen@hudsonpride.org

 

201-963-4779 ex 119