LGBTQIA+ Health

Because queer and trans people experience violence at similar, and in some instances higher, rates as heterosexual people, it is critical that health care and other providers ensure that their practice is culturally inclusive for queer and trans people and that they are talking to all of their patients about the effects that intimate partner violence, HT, and exploitation can have on health.

See below for related webinars, learning collaboratives, and resources:

Safety resource for LGBQ Relationships: Caring Relationships, Healthy You

Caring Relationships, Healthy You (LGBQ) Safety Card

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Safety resource for Trans/GNC Relationships: Trans/GNC? In a relationship? Caring Relationships, Healthy You

Trans/GNC? In a relationship? Caring Relationships, Healthy You Safety Card

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Related Resources

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Supporting LGBTQIA+ Youth Who Have Experienced Trafficking

Past Webinar…¬†More Info >

Cover art of the LGBTQIA+ Youth tool. A illustration of a brown skinned person with wavy hair sitting in a poppy flower collecting rain drops.

LGBTQIA+ Youth And Experiences Of Human Trafficking: A Healing-Centered Approach

PDF Resource for health providers working with youth… More Info >

IPVHealthPartners Online Toolkit

Online toolkit for building health center and domestic violence program partnerships
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Order hard copies of safety cards, posters and more from FUTURES’ National Health Resource Center on Domestic Violence… More Info >

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