Resources for the LGBT Community

PrEP Health Educator Navigator

PrEP Health Educator Navigator

Sep 20, 2014

Harlem United Community AIDS Center – New York, NY As part of the HOME department’s Support Services unit, the PrEP Health Educator/Navigator will be responsible for the successful linkage to PrEP treatment at Harlem United’s primary care clinic, of all High-Risk YMSM and YTG youth of color in the HOME program and those identified through...

Supportive HIV Care Coordinator

Supportive HIV Care Coordinator

Sep 10, 2014

Callen-Lorde – New York, NY Supportive HIV Care Coordinator Callen-Lorde Community Health Center is seeking a dedicated, flexible individual to join our staff as a Supportive HIV Care Coordinator (SCC). The SCC is responsible for providing case management, treatment education and supportive counseling services to HIV-positive individuals accessing medical...

Research Project Coordinator

Research Project Coordinator

Sep 3, 2014

The University of Chicago – Chicago, IL Research Project Coordinator HIV Project Coordinator: Will be involved in project implementation, affiliated site enrollment and site initiation of HIV screening, involvement in study design, exploring funding opportunities, enrolling appropriate patents, directing patient evaluation and management according to...

Manchester Gay Pride 2014

Manchester Gay Pride 2014

Jul 28, 2014

August 22, 2014toAugust 25, 2014Manchester Gay Pride A celebration of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender life. LGBT events have been taking place in Manchester for over 23 years over the August Bank Holiday weekend and the current Manchester Pride organisation has been staging the annual event since 2003. Manchester Pride is now positioned as the UK’s...

Answers to Things You Were Afraid to Ask When Serving LGBT Communities

Answers to Things You Were Afraid to Ask When Serving LGBT Communities

May 5, 2013

If you’re a social worker working with LGBT communities, you may have questions that you don’t want to bring up whether you don’t want to seem ignorant or whether you don’t want to offend your clients. But it’s important to find answers so that you can have a better understanding of how to help. Here are some questions and answers...