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CHRI Learning Collaborative Series #2 – Services for LGBTQ+ People

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Practical Steps to Center Trans and Non-Binary People in Harm Reduction Spaces

Written by: Brooke Alexandria Paine (she/her), Program Assistant with editorial support from, Nathalia Gibbs (they/them), LGBTQ Coordinator & Lill Prosperino (they, them), Southern States Regional Organizer   We were hoping to wish our trans and non-binary siblings a happy Trans Day of Visibility today. But the mood is far from celebratory, given the renewed slew Practical Steps to Center Trans and Non-Binary People in Harm Reduction Spaces

Cultural Considerations Specific to the Black & Latino MSM Community

Cultural Considerations Specific to the Black & Latino MSM Community   It goes deeper than crystal meth, sex, and support services. This is about the impact of racism and homophobia that contribute to internalized stigma and challenges with building intimacy without drugs. It is about filling attachment voids. Recognizing the specific role that crystal meth ... Cultural Considerations Specific to the Black & Latino MSM Community

Provider Roles

Provider Roles Now that we have a foundational understanding of why Black and Latino MSM use crystal meth and some of the conditions and perceived risks, let’s talk about what providers know, and who Black/Latino MSM would recommend having these discussions.   Non-clinical providers are more likely to, and more confident in, discussing crystal meth ... Provider Roles