2118 14th St., Boulder | (303) 444-7181
Provides HIV prevention education and care services to residents of Boulder County. Services include case management, housing assistance, emergency financial assistance, support groups, pro bono professional services, buddy programs, treatment advocacy, and spiritual support. http://bcap.org/
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¡Ven a nuestra reunión y conoce a otros Latinxs en la comunidad LGBTQIA+! Tendremos comida y bebidas gratis. ¡Nuestro grupo es un grupo social y de apoyo bilingüe y bicultural para personas de la comunidad lesbiana, gay, bisexual, transgenero, queer, intersexual y asexual que también se identifican con la comunidad latina! El grupo es para mayores de 18.
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LGBTQ-activist & all around fantastic musician HEATHER MAE is coming to Western Stars Gallery Studio / Ax & Oar Restaurant on Thursday, 9/29 rom 6-8 PM - Lyons Last Thursdays / Arts Stroll...
Just one of the many stops on her nationwide "I AM ENOUGH" CD release tour...
Out Boulder County offers trainings on a variety of LGBTQ issues, including workplace diversity, transgender issues, supporting LGBTQ students, and more!
Our most popular training is our LGBTQ 101 training, which covers appropriate language around gender and sexuality, information about transgender identities, tips on how you can be an ally to LGBTQ customers/clients/co-workers, and practical scenarios customized to fit your needs. This presentation is an hour and a half.
Thursday, September 1, 2016 - 7:30pm to Sunday, September 11, 2016 - 2:00pm
Cat On a Hot Tin Roof by Tennessee Williams was the first play to ever try and portray the reality of the gay experience in America. It's a play without heroes or villians; just broken people trying to make the best of their lives. And for all that has changed since 1955, it's good to remember how the conversation we are still having today about the place of LGBT people in America began.
Friday, September 23, 2016 - 7:00pm to Sunday, September 25, 2016 - 4:00pm
Community! I am delighted to share with you a new workshop my colleague and I are offering, designed to support folks who want to shift their relationship to a trauma they have experienced in their lives, whether it comes from childhood or adulthood, from coming out or something completely different.
Transforming Trauma in Nature will take place the evening of Sept. 23, and continue all day on Sept. 24 and 25. (It is non-residential.)