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Queer Health Matters: A Health Fair for the LGBTTQ Communities

11.00 a.m.-5.00 p.m.
Sherbourne Health Centre, 333 Sherbourne Street

Sherbourne Health Centre is excited to present our fourth annual community health fair.  This free event will feature a range of stimulating activities:

  • Community based researchers engaged in LGBTTQ-related projects will describe their work
  • Over 20 services and community groups will be available to chat and share information
  • Workshops will profile new and emerging health issues in our communities
  • Films and videos in the Screening Room

Presentation Topics include

  • Bent on Quitting Smoking? Let's Talk About It....
  • Beyond Condoms
  • Community Consultation on LGBTQ Refugee and Immigrant Issues: Identifying Gaps and Resources
  • Community Development as a Health Service Delivery: Working with Immigrant and Refugee Queer Youth
  • Creating More Accessible Spaces with LGBT People Who Have Been Labeled with Intellectual Disabilities
  • Dam, This is Fun! A Creative Exploration of the Sexual and Reproductive Health Needs of Women Who Have Sex with Women in their 30s, 40s and 50s
  • Gilda's Club of Greater Toronto - A Day's Worth of Gilda's Club
  • Intersections: Racism/Heterosexism/Healthcare
  • Introduction to the Project: Gateways to Cancer Screening A Participatory Needs Assessment of Women with Mobility Disabilities
  • Lets Chat! An Open Discussion for Queer Trans and Non Trans Women
  • Man in the Making: Body Image of Transmen
  • Opening the Closet on Long Term Care
  • Small Pox, Influenza, Alcohol, Now VIOLENCE! How Do We stop the Hurt - Violence in 2 Spirit & Transgender Communities
  • The Joy of Gender
  • TransFathers 2B: Developing a Health Advocacy Course for Trans Men Considering Parenting

There will be refreshments and lots of free information.

Join us for the Community Reception from 11.00 a.m.-12.00 p.m. for your chance to meet your local queer and trans service providers and have your questions answered about the programs and services available to you.

For more information, call (416) 324-4177, email [email protected] or log onto http://www.sherbourne.on.ca.