The LGBTQ Integrated Health Coalition of Southern Arizona and the LGBTQ Consortium invite workshop and presentation proposals for the 6th Annual Statewide LGBTQ Integrated Health Conference. Let’s Get Better Together: A Quality Look at Healthcare will be held June 1-2, 2017, at Loews Ventana Canyon Resort in Tucson. Workshops will
On Saturday, December 17, Safe Out and the LGBTQ Consortium hosted its 4th Annual End of the Year Celebration. Every year we come together to mix, mingle, celebrate our accomplishments, and enjoy the talents of our community members. Our end of the year party is also our way of providing a
Arizona LGBTQ/GSM State Advisory Board Press Release from the Arizona LGBTQ/GSM State Advisory Board Discriminatory Anti-LGBTQ Arizona Laws Negatively Impact Health for Entire Community Bathroom lawsuit and other institutional discrimination creates public health issues Phoenix, Arizona, June 17, 2016: The Arizona Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer/Gender & Sexual Minorities Advisory
A Pattern of Disturbing Reversals Released: March 10, 2016 Phoenix, Arizona: The LGBTQ Consortium is deeply concerned by the recent pattern of seeming reversals in local political leaders’ support for equality and respect for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans* & Queer (LGBTQ) individuals in Arizona. The hateful, bigoted comments made by
Summer is here already- can you believe it? Graduations, parties, barbecues, vacations, and spending time out on the lake (if you can find one!) – these are the things that summertime is made of. Many of these activities, as well as other summertime happenings, are often associated with alcohol use and binge
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Our Mission: “to work collaboratively to develop and sustain a healthy LGBTQ community in Arizona.”
The LGBTQ Consortium was founded in May of 2009 as a collaborative effort focused on the needs of the greater LGBT population within Maricopa County.
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