LGBTQ+ Health Disparities

LGBTQ+ Individuals experience health disparities at considerable and measureable levels as a reaction to societal stigma and systemic discrimination, lack of research, and prejudice.

Pride Community Center, Inc is dedicated to sharing this information with the public, one-on-one with social service providers, and with interested governmental, business, and non-profit entitites.

What follows are an ongoing series of posts with great infographics created regarding LGBTQ+ Health Disparities. Attribution is given where possible. These will also be shared on our social media when appropriate.

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Infographic Provided by Fenway Health c. 2012 Fenway Health
c. SAGE, Services & Advocacy for Gay, Lesbian, Transgender, & Bisexual Elders
c. Funders for LGBTQ Issues
c. Fenway Health