Newsletter Archive


November 2019 Newsletter

November 2019 Newsletter

Californians have until January 31 to purchase coverage for the year.


September 2019 Newsletter

September 2019 Newsletter

October is LGBTQ History Month! Help us ensure that LGBTQ communities are counted in the 2020 Census.


August 2019 Newsletter

Upcoming listening session with Dr. Tom Insel

Join our Network call to hear information about an upcoming listening session with Dr. Tom Insel, Governor Newsom’s appointed Behavioral Health Czar.


July 2019 Newsletter

We Breathe LGBTQ Community Engagement Subcontracts

The Network is excited to invite you to invite you to be a part of our statewide project We Breathe: Supporting Tobacco-Free LGBTQ Communities.


June 2019 Newsletter

Happy Pride Month!

“50 years after the Stonewall Riots, we are still a proud community, a resilient community and we refuse to be erased”.


May 2019 Newsletter

Protect Trans Health

We are proud to partner with Transgender Law Center and the National Center for Transgender Equality as the nationwide campaign to Protect Trans Health.


May 2019 Newsletter

Policy updates

Join our Network call to hear updates on Mental Health Month, Section 1557 and how to speak up for LGBTQ-affirming health education framework.


May 2019 Newsletter

LGBTQ+ Community Survey

Please take the time to take the survey and share with others who would be interested. Our social media toolkit provides sample graphics, Facebook, and Twitter posts, as well as a sample email and flyer you can display at your work or anywhere LGBTQ+ people gather locally.


April 2019 Newsletter

LGBTQ HHS Convening: Register Today!

Registration is now open for the LGBTQ Health and Human Services Convening. The two-day event will bring together community leaders from across California who are dedicated to improving the health and wellness of LGBTQ communities.


April 2019 Newsletter

Policy updates

We reviewed bills that cover a variety of topics including behavioral health, criminal justice, housing and homelessness, older adults, youth, and schools.

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