Newsletter Archive

Newsletter Archive

March 2019 Newsletter

LGBTQ+ Community Survey

We’re excited to share our #Out4MentalHealth Community Survey with you. This survey is designed to capture the lived experiences of diverse LGBTQ Californians, and the factors affecting our health and wellbeing.

February 2019 Newsletter

Policy updates

We’ve been busy going through the 2,576 bills that were introduced and will be discussing the potential policies that impact LGBTQ people and our health on this month’s call.

January 2019 Newsletter

2019 LGBTQ HHS Convening

We’re excited to announce the 2019 LGBTQ Health and Human Services Convening! Please save the date and join us in Sacramento on May 28 – 29.

January 2019 Newsletter

Request for Workshop Proposals

We are requesting Workshop Proposals for the 2019 LGBTQ Health and Human Services Convening.

December 2018 Newsletter

New Branding!

We’re happy to unveil the Network’s new branding! As we head into 2019, our new website and expanded newsletter and social media presence will serve as a tool to strengthen communications with thecommunity and LGBTQ-serving organizations throughout the state.

November 2018 Newsletter

11-30-2018 November Network Newsletter

We’re closing out November with our LGBTQ Public Charge Comment Party, in Los Angeles. LGBTQ people are speaking out against one of the Trump administration’s latest attacks on immigrants.

November 2018 Newsletter

11-09-2018 Network November Newsletter – Trans Awareness Week

We joined 38 health organizations to oppose the leaked Trump administration memo on the federal redefinition of sex. We hope to see many of you at the #StillHere March this Saturday, and other Trans Awareness Week events throughout the month.

November 2018 Newsletter

11-05-2018 Election Reminder

Every elected official – county, state, and federal – makes decisions that directly impact the health system of their constituents. That’s true this year more than ever. At stake in California is the health coverage for millions and the flow of billions of dollars to the health system on which we all rely.

October 2018 Newsletter

10-26-2018 Trans Memo

We stand with all of those working to build more just and affirming communities for trans Californians. Here at home, our government has gone above and beyond the federal guarantees: Trans Californians have a right to access health care, education, housing, employment, and more without facing discrimination.

October 2018 Newsletter

10-01-2018 Network October Newsletter

Yesterday was the last day for the Governor to sign or veto bills from the previous legislative session. Many of the bills that we have been supporting were signed, including items from the #Care4AllCA campaign, and restrictions on patient dumping. We also join our partners in expressing our disappointment in the veto of AB 186 and AB 2153 and will continue to support efforts to improve the health and safety of LGBTQ Californians.

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