The LGBT Health & Development Program

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Youth: Join our Parent Adolescent Health Study

Posted by IMPACT in Featured, Youth Blog. No Comments

29th July

Gay, Lesbian, or Bi? Help improve young men and women’s health by completing our online survey and get paid!



Parents: Join our Parent Adolescent Health Study

Posted by IMPACT in Featured, Research Blog. No Comments

28th July

Parent of a Gay, Lesbian, or Bi teen? Help improve young men and women’s health by completing our online survey and get paid!



Youth Blog—Happy 5 Year Anniversary, Project Q2!

Posted by Antonia in Featured, Youth Blog. No Comments

4th April

One of the IMPACT Program’s first projects turned 5 this year! Here’s a look at what makes Q2 special.



Youth Blog > Queer Music Artists

Posted by IMPACT in Featured, Youth Blog. 3 comments

27th June

Creating queer spaces – physical and digital – for expression and community



Youth Blog> A Transgender Journey: Beginnings

22nd May

What do you do when you first realize you might be transgender?



9th Annual Chicago Queer Prom!

Posted by IMPACT in Youth Blog. No Comments

13th May

Enjoy dancing, LGBTQ resources, and performances at “Soy Lo Que Soy” / “I Am Who I Am”!



White Paper: A Healthy Chicago for LGBT Youth

Posted by Dr. Mustanski in Allies, Research Blog, Youth Blog. 4 comments

9th February

A new IMPACT Program White Paper reports on eight areas where LGBT Youth in Chicago face health disparities – and how to take action.



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.



Who Are Your Favorite LGBT Couples?

Posted by IMPACT in Youth Blog. 1 Comment

3rd September

The IMPACT Program has been asking young LGBT couples, “Who are your role models for having a healthy relationship?”



Higher Pregnancy Rate for LGBT Youth

Posted by rachel in Research Blog, Youth Blog. 1 Comment

7th June

The pregnancy rate for teenagers who identify as gay or bisexual is greater than that of their heterosexual counterparts.






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