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Housing Provisions in Emergency COVID-19 Relief Package

$25 billion in Emergency Rental Assistance (ERA) available until December 31, 2021 and an extension of the CDC’s federal eviction moratorium through January 31, 2021. By law, each state will receive a minimum of $200 million of ERA. It is estimated, Utah (state and local governments if they apply) will receive $213,409,000.  Payments will be …

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SOSA January Chanelle Buxton

January SOSA Cycle

The Utah Pride Center is beginning a new cycle of Survivors of Suicide Attempt (SOSA) support group on Wednesday, January 6, 2021. This group provides a welcoming and safe space to express yourself and grow from your experience while building relationships. Currently, we use a virtual platform for our weekly meetings. “You can make connections …

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UTAH LGBTQ SUICIDE PREVENTION PLAN

The State of Utah Releases LGBTQ+ Suicide Prevention Plan

The State of Utah Releases LGBTQ+ Suicide Prevention Plan The month of September is National Suicide Prevention Month and at the end of the month the state of Utah released its first-ever LGBTQ+ Suicide Prevention Plan. Utah is one of the first in the nation to release such a plan that helps guide statewide efforts …

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100,000 turn out for 43rd annual Utah Pride Parade to celebrate acceptance, organizers say

SALT LAKE CITY — Sporting all things rainbow, event organizers said a record-breaking number gathered in downtown Salt Lake City Sunday to celebrate the yearly Utah Pride Parade. Utah Pride Festival estimated that 100,000 people turned out for the parade, which kicked off the final day of the 43rd annual event, a four-day celebration of …

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Utah pride center provides safe place for survivors of suicide

(KUTV)- Suicide is currently the leading cause of death for Utah’s youth between the ages of 10-17. Utah’s suicide rate is also more than sixty percent above the national average, and attempt rates are four times greater for lesbian, gay, and bisexual youth.   Read More

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