In this training session, registrants will increase their understanding of LGBTQ History and how it still impacts us to this day. While enjoying provided refreshments, you will learn more about the recent updates and information about LGBTQ older adults in Minnesota. By the end of the session, you will walk away with strategies and ideas about how to help create more welcoming spaces for aging in your work space, your home, and beyond.
Presented by Rainbow Health
Funded in part by a Grants, Equity, Access and Research Grant through the Minnesota Department of Human Services.
About Rainbow Health
For nearly 40 years Rainbow Health has been advocating for and serving the LGBTQ+ community, those living with HIV, and all folks facing barriers to equitable healthcare. Since our formation through the Minnesota AIDS Project and Rainbow Health Initiative merger—and later the acquisition of Training to Serve—we have continued to grow and identify new ways to commit to our mission. We are dedicated to working for equitable health care access and outcomes for people who experience injustice at the intersection of health status and identity. We center individuals and communities at risk of and living with HIV or facing barriers to equitable health care access and outcomes because of their identity as gender, sexual, and/or racial minorities.