HIV Case Manager University of Chicago

University of Chicago – Chicago, IL
HIV Case Manager: Will be involved protocol development, resource identification, collection of resource utilization and patient outcomes data, as well as provision of client centered, wrap around case management to individuals living with or at risk for HIV. As part of the process they will assess and triage the social […]

Evening Receptionist Center for HIV/AIDS Educational Studies

Research Foundation of The City University of New York – New York, NY
The Center for HIV/AIDS Educational Studies and Training (CHEST) of Hunter College, City University of New York, is hiring for a part- time evening receptionist position. CHEST is an internationally recognized multidisciplinary research center which blends academic and community-based work focused on sexual […]

HIV Counseling, Testing, and Referral (CTR) Specialist

Diverse and Resilient, Inc. – Milwaukee, WI
Coordinates access to HIV counseling, testing, and referral services for target populations and provides advanced HIV program support to the HIV Prevention Program Manager.
In achieving the organization’s mission of addressing the healthy development of LGBT youth and adults in Wisconsin, the Counseling, Testing, and Referral (CTR) Specialist partners with […]

HIV Tester Disease Intervention Specialist

University of Chicago – Chicago, IL
Health Outreach Specialist: Works to implement HIV testing, linkage, and retention programs for the Chicago Center for HIV Elimination. Works with the CCHE research team, Linkage to care specialist, case manager and Principle Investigator. Leads efforts to execute outreach scopes of service for HIV-positive and at-risk adolescents and young adults. […]

Berlin HIV & Recreational Drug Study

Recreational drug use from Wikipedia
Psychology student (Freie Universität Berlin) searches interviewees (January & February 2014) for his diploma thesis: gay, HIV negative men in Berlin who (regularly) take (party) drugs for sex. It’s not about nicotine, alcohol, poppers or cannabis, but it’s about ecstasy (MDMA), speed, crystal (meth), mephedron, cocaine, “special K” (ketamin), LSD and […]

San Francisco has long been a safe haven for people who have faced discrimination

Funding for Anti Violence Program for Trans Latinas

Grant Funding Opportunity and Request for Proposal (“RFP”) for Violence Prevention & Intervention Services for Monolingual Trans Latinas in the Mission
The San Francisco Human Rights Commission is soliciting proposals that effectively address and eliminate the violence currently being perpetrated against transgender Latinas (“trans Latinas”) in the City and County of San Francisco.
San Francisco has long […]

Gay Men are More at Risk of Developing Eating Disorders

Gay Men are More at Risk of Developing Eating Disorders

Men who are gay or bisexual can run a greater risk of developing an eating disorder than heterosexual men, according to a study conducted by researchers at the Mailman School of Public Health at Columbia University.
What are eating disorders?
The National Institute of Mental Health describes an eating disorder as “an illness that causes serious disturbances to your everyday diet, […]

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GAY YOUTH SMOKE AT HIGHER RATES

SEXUAL MINORITY YOUNG ADULTS SMOKE AT HIGHER RATES THAN THEIR HETEROSEXUAL PEERS
The new study from Legacy, shows that LGB young adults ages 18-34 are also smoking at disproportionately high rates compared with their heterosexual counterparts. This study confirms higher rates of current tobacco use for homosexual young adults (35 percent) and bisexual young adults (31 […]

The First Step

The First Step – Dealing with Depression

Men’s Depression – Our Mission is dedicated to Educating, Helping and Recruiting Men who suffer from many forms of depression.

by Michael

In response to the question “How do you stay married for so long?”, I heard someone reply “Be willing to have a few bad years.”   I believe those words could apply to almost any […]

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LGBT Health Awareness Week

HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius statement on LGBT Health Awareness Week
Shortly after the Affordable Care Act was enacted, President Obama asked me to identify steps we could take at the Department of Health and Human Services to improve the health and well-being of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) Americans. As we mark the beginning of […]