August 11–12, 2022
1:00 PM–4:00 PM PT (1 hr lunch) | 4:00 PM–7:00 PM ET (1 hr lunch)
Like everyone, LGBTQIA2+ people want health care and affirming work environments where they are welcome and respected. LGBTQIA2+ people generally experience higher rates of HIV infection, depression, suicidal behavior, homelessness, smoking, and substance use while facing barriers to access inclusive and affirming care. This course is a new 2-day training intended for any organization in contact with LGBTQIA2+ individuals (including mental health and substance use disorder clinicians, HIV providers, state, local and county government employees, primary care providers, public health practitioners, prevention specialists, community based organizations, school teachers, and counselors).
This workshop helps all organizations and employees of all walks of life to improve their LGBTQIA2+ friendliness, education 101, terminology, and understanding of the history and the lifestyle/culture of the population.
Upon completion, attendees will receive a certificate.
Online Live Webinar
Participants should ensure they have a good internet connection. For the best experience, login using a laptop or desktop on a wired connection, not wifi. Notebooks, smartphones, and tablets are not recommended. CCAPP is not responsible for connection problems.