The LGBT Health & Development Program


National Runaway Prevention Month

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27th November

Every year there are between 1.6 and 2.8 million youth who run away from home or are forced out of their homes.



Is Your School LGBT Friendly?

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16th November

Some states have policies and laws that seek to protect LGBT students in schools. Where does your state stand?



First At-Home HIV Test in Drug Stores Now

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14th November

OraSure has released the first-ever at-home HIV test to increase access to quick, reliable testing, and individuals’ awareness of HIV status.



Making History: Election 2012

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7th November

On November 6th, advances for LGBT people were made across the United States.



What’s it like to get an HIV test??

7th November

How do you get an HIV test and what’s it like?



Know Your Status!

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6th November

The CDC recommends that everyone between the ages of 13 and 65 get tested for HIV at least once.



Gender Nonconformity and LGBT-Affirmative Climates, Part 2

5th November

Sexual prejudice is complex; therefore, anti-bullying campaigns and prevention efforts must also take a multifaceted approach.



LGBTQ Health & Wellness Conference 11/30/12

1st November

The 2012 Chicago LGBTQ Health & Wellness Conference took place on November 30th at Center on Halsted.






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