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Project HOPE is a comprehensive resource for issues surrounding LGBT health, providing LGBT individuals with access to health services and promoting LGBT specific health information and resources.
Our program offers you the opportunity to work with an LGBT Health Promotion Specialist in setting short and long term health goals, identifying and overcoming the barriers preventing you from achieving them, and connecting your with the resources you need to succeed.
You have multiple options when working with our LGBT Health Promotion Specialist for how you wish to approach your goals:
1. CLEAR is a one-on-one individualized program offered by Project HOPE that focuses on skill building, assertive communication and self-advocacy. The course empowers individuals to take control of their health and advocate on their own behalf to meet their goals and needs. CLEAR consists of five weekly core sessions, with an additional menu of optional sessions on the topics of Stigma, Disclosure, Substance Use, Healthcare and Self-care, Medication Adherence and Sexual Risk. To find out more about CLEAR visit our CLEAR page.
2. Link2Care offers a flexible and responsive approach in assisting individuals in addressing barriers preventing them from accessing services. Through Link2Care, you will work with an LGBT Health Promotion Specialist who will provide support and assistance navigating health systems. Through Link2Care you will receive assistance with finding culturally competent providers, setting up appointments, communicating your needs to your providers, appointment reminders and escorts (if desired), insurance navigation and more. To learn more about Link2Care and how it can help you, visit our Link2Care page.
In addition to helping you access health services, Project HOPE is your one-stop source for important and trending LGBT health topics that matter to you. Visit our Project HOPE: LGBT Health fan page to find the latest in LGBT health info and resources!
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