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2014 LGBT community center survey report : assessing the capacity and programs of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender community centers.

Contributor(s): CenterLink (Organization) | Movement Advancement Project.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Wilton Manors, FL : Denver, CO : CenterLink ; Movement Advancement Project (MAP), ©2014Description: 38 p. : digital, PDF file, color illustrations.Subject(s): Transgendered Persons -- United States | Community Health Centers -- Statistics. -- United States | Community centers -- United States | Gays -- Services for -- United States | Lesbians -- Services for -- United States | Bisexuals -- Services for -- United States | Transgender people -- Services for -- United StatesOnline resources: Full Report Online (If link is broken, contact publisher to inquire about access to full text)
List(s) this item appears in: Suggestions de lecture - Collection patrimoniale | Journée internationale des droits des femmes
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"June 2014."

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The report provides a comprehensive review of LGBT community centers' capacity, staff and boards, budget, fundraising, constituencies, health and wellness services, and technical assistance needs. Throughout the report, centers' programmatic successes and challenges are highlighted to illustrate how centers are serving their diverse array of communities. The report also provides a valuable overview of the centers' priorities and needs for organizations and donors interested in engaging with or supporting community centers and their programs and services. Key report findings include: Physical and Mental Health Programs: Sixty-three centers reported providing some direct health services (including counseling, peer-led programs, and support groups, as well as physical health and other mental health services); In the last year, these centers provided physical health services to more than 277,500 people, and mental health services to more than 42,000 people; Centers offer a number of wellness programs to their patrons and staff, emphasizing healthy eating, active living, tobacco-free living, and cancer support.

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