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This is a video series collaboration between Nick Arteaga, he/him, they/them Community Programs Coordinator at the Utah Pride Center and Nata Choi, He/him Youth and Family Programs Director at Latino Behavioral Health Services.

We are creating video content to showcase people, organizations and resources for the Queer and Latinx population.

This is a video series collaboration between Nick Arteaga, he/him, they/them Community Programs Coordinator at the Utah Pride Center and Nata Choi, He/him Youth and Family Programs Director at Latino Behavioral Health Services.

We are creating video content to showcase people, organizations and resources for the Queer and Latinx population.

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Are  you struggling to pay rent?
The Utah Housing Assistance Program can help renters who are unable to pay their rent and utilities due to circumstances related to COVID-19. You may be eligible for rental assistance if you meet both of the following requirements:

Combined gross income at or below 100% area median income (the agencies below can help you determine that)
Experienced a loss of income or financial hardship related to COVID-19

Between 194 and 198 million doses of flu vaccine have been prepared for the 2020-2021 flu season in America, and it's more important than ever for people to get vaccinated this flu season as the nation continues to battle COVID-19. Learn more about this year's vaccine and how you can get it.

If you love nature, you’re in good company. About half of Americans age 6 and older went outside for at least one activity in 2017, with jogging and running as the most popular ventures. Maybe that’s your thing—lacing up your sneakers and going for a run. Or perhaps you prefer hiking, biking, swimming or an organized sport.

Whatever it is that lures you outdoors, coming down with a sunburn or getting lost can put a serious crimp in your day. No thanks!

Good thing you have this handy guide. Read on for tips so you don’t get attacked by bears or end up with horrible sunburn or a painful bout of chafing.

The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) is the nation’s largest non-partisan guardian of freedom with more than 1.5 million members and supporters and affiliate or national chapter offices in all fifty states and Puerto Rico. Founded in 1920…


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For nearly a decade, the National LGBT Health Education Center has been providing educational programs to health centers and other health care organizations with the goal of optimizing health care quality and eliminating health disparities for sexual and gen- der minority people. Recently, we and our parent organization, The Fenway Institute, Fenway Health, have come to recognize the imperative to more actively include the health of intersex people in our mission and training programs. Therefore, all of our pro- grams now use the acronym LGBTQIA+, which refers to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, intersex, asexual, and all sexual and gender minority people. As part of our commitment to sup- porting the health of all LGBTQIA+ people, we have written the following community-informed clinical guide on primary care for intersex people. The guide provides an overview of intersex terms and concepts, the health concerns of intersex people, intersex-af- firming practices, and resources for further learning.


A Program of The Fenway Institute


The following links provide access to information on topics of interest to seniors, such as living arrangements, health, and transportation.

Housing & Living Arrangements

Senior Health, Medical, and Safety

Benefits for Seniors


Seniors Financial


Senior Lifestyle

Legal Resources

According to reports, about 25% of the LGBTQ population has at least a moderate alcohol use disorder, along with other substance abuse challenges. By comparison, about 10% of the general population struggles with alcoholism. This speaks volume about systemic challenges people in the LGBQT community face. Additionally, some subgroups within the LGBTQ community experience even higher rates of alcohol abuse. Fortunately, as awareness grows about the effects of alcohol abuse on LGBTQ individuals, more rehab facilities are dedicating resources to supporting the LGBTQ community.

(866) 985-0787


My name is Andrew Pereira, and I am a doctoral student at University of North Texas who is completing research examining body image, eating, racism, and related issues in sexual minority men of color. This study aims to address a scientific need to focus on individuals with overlapping minority identities, who are often overlooked by researchers. Your community’s input is a valuable contribution to addressing this need.

To be eligible, participants must be:
over the age of 18
fluent in English
have in the past or are currently living in the US
identify as cis-male
identify as a person of color
identify as not strictly heterosexual (e.g., gay, bi, questioning, pansexual, or asexual).

Participants who complete the brief 15-20 minute survey may enter a drawing to win one of three $100 visa gift cards. Participants may also choose to enter a charity of their choice instead.

After completing the survey, participants will be asked to consider friends, partners, or acquaintances who might also be eligible to participate. Please consider forwarding this email to your members, even if some of them will not be eligible, as every participant they may forward the email to is vital to the visibility and inclusiveness we are hoping to achieve.

Thank you for your time!

Location of survey: Online through Qualtrics

Principal Investigator: Patricia Kaminski, PhD., Department of Psychology, (940) 565-2671,

Before you go: Know Your Rights & What to Expect at the Doctor & in the Hospital

Tips & advice for neurodivergent, autistic, gender-diverse, and trans people about finding & going to doctors — A downloadable guide prepared by the AWN Network ( and the LGBTQ Task Force (
Research and community storytelling reveal
that autistic and trans people experience major health disparities in access to care, quality of care, and health outcomes for physical and mental health care. Many of us also experience discrimination, prejudice, and bias in doctor's offices and hospitals, even in clinics meant to serve marginalized communities.
For autistic and trans people who haven't had reliable access to health care, the processes of finding providers and knowing how to plan for disability-related access needs can be scary, confusing, and complicated.
The Autistic Women & Nonbinary Network and the National LGBTQ Task Force are excited to share a guide for trans autistic people called Before You Go: Know Your Rights & What to Expect at the Doctor and in the Hospital.
This guide will help our trans and autistic community members know better what to expect when going to doctors or hospitals, understand rights and responsibilities, and strategize for safety planning, effective communication, accommodations, and more.

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