Breaking Down Barriers Handbook A Tool to Address Inequalities in Sudbury Ontario
“Breaking Down Barriers: A Tool to Address Inequalities in LGBT2-SQ Healthcare in Sudbury, Ontario” is a handbook for health care providers created out of a collaborative community project. The project aimed to develop a means of self-advocacy for 2S-LGBTQ+ communities navigating the health care system in Sudbury, Ontario. Through partnerships with the community, focus groups, […]
GETTING TO THE REAL NEEDS: ANALYSIS OF SIMCOE COUNTY AND MUSKOKA DISTRICT DATE FROM THE NATIONAL SEX NOW SURVEY 2011
The Sex Now Survey report was produced by The Community Based Research Centre for Gay Men’s Health (CBRC) in Vancouver, British Columbia. CBRC has conducted the Sex Now survey in BC since 2002. Sex Now 2011, collected data from 8,607 men who have sex with other men between September 2011 and February 2012 from every province and territory.
GROUNDING PREVENTION PRACTICE IN THE REAL NEEDS AND INTERESTS OF RURAL AND URBAN MSM IN SIMCOE MUSKOKA
The Real Needs Study identified the health needs and interests specific to gay, bisexual and other men who have sex with men in a mixed rural, suburban and small urban setting as well as to find relevant and timely ways to address their health requirements.
MAKING IT BETTER TODAY: SIMCOE COUNTY LGBT YOUTH NEEDS ASSESSMENT REPORT 2012
In June of 2011 the Lesbian Gay Bi Trans Youth Line partnered with various community-based organizations and individuals in Simcoe County to implement their program, “Youth Line Loves Simcoe County” to build capacity and community for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender youth. In addition to developing an event with LGBT youth and their allies, the […]