Timothy Ray Brown, the man who once had HIV, talks about his cure at Chicago’s CURE HIV event.
A sold out crowd listened, laughed, and rocked out, all in support of the IMPACT Program.
The Windy City Times is hosting 3-day summit for youth, nonprofits, activists, etc. to create a plan to address LGBTQ youth homelessness.
One of the IMPACT Program’s first projects turned 5 this year! Here’s a look at what makes Q2 special.
LA’s hit comedy “Don’t Tell My Mother!” crashes the Windy City in a benefit for The IMPACT Program at Northwestern University
Join our team! Apply before February 7th to be a spring intern with IMPACT.
Hear what researchers, practitioners, and community members had to say about LGBTI research priorities at the Listening Session with NIH.
Featuring opening remarks from conference organizers and a keynote address from Dr. Lawrence A. Tabak from NIH.
Our research can change the lives of LGBT youth. Donate to the IMPACT Program today and help us achieve this vision.
Submit a research presentation or poster proposal by October 1st for the second annual Chicago LGBTQ Health & Wellness Conference.