"Come Out for Health" March 26 - March 30
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EVENTS PLANNED AROUND THE COUNTRY
American Psychological Assoication, Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, & Transgender Concerns Office, Washington DC, plans events during National LGBT Health Awareness Week. Follow the events on their webiste
Beth Israel Medical Center’s ’ LGBT Health Services, New York, launches new services during National LGBT Health Awareness Week. Learn more
Chicago Department of Public Health encourages community to Stop Smoking
Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment plans events during National LGBT Health Awareness Week. Learn more.
GHSU Equality, Augusta, Georgia, plans activities to increase awareness of LGBT Health during Health Awareness Week. Learn more
Human Rights Campaign (HRC), discusses LGBT Health Awareness Week in their newsletters and blogs. Learn more
Legacy Community Health Services, Houtson, plans activities for LGBT Health Awareness Week March 26- 30, 2012. Learn more
National Latina Institute for Reproductive Health supports LGBT Health Awareness Week. Learn more
SAMHSA, Washington, DC, blogs about National Health Awareness Week. "In recognition of National Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) Health Awareness Week, March 26th – 30th, we are highlighting some of the activities SAMHSA has engaged in that align with this year’s theme “Come Out for Health”." Read more
UMDNJ School of Nursing, Newark, New Jersey, The LGBT Health Working Group, is sponsoring its first event: Liz Margolies from the National LGBT Cancer Network is speaking on “LGBT Health Disparities: The Case of Cancer” on Thursday March 29. FMI or to reserve a seat please visit: http://lgbthealth2012.eventbrite.com/
The National Coalition for LGBT Health Would like to thank our 2012 National LGBT Health Awareness Week Sponsors
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And our partnering organization for the LGBT Health Story Project Rainbow Access Initiative, Inc.
Take Action! Here are some resources to help you make LGBT Health Awareness Week come alive, wherever you are!
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