Connecting Boulder County’s LGBT Community Since 1994
 
Obamacare, Discrimination Law and Transgender Coloradans
Location: 
First United Methodist Church, 1421 Spruce St
Sponsor: 
One Colorado
Contact Name: 
Ashley Wheeland
Phone Number: 
720-258-5115
Email: 
ashleyw@one-colorado.org
Cost: 
Free
Date: 
Monday, November 18, 2013 - 6:00pm - 7:30pm
RSVP: 
RSVP Not Required

There are many changes in health care that can help many in the transgender community finally access the health care they need. One Colorado staff will present on the latest information about the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare) and the changing state and federal protections for transgender Coloradans. This important issue is continuing to evolve, so get the latest information and learn how to help. All are welcome!

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Mission: to provide a venue for screening the works of established and emerging gay, lesbian, bisexual, trangender and queer video and film makers or others who portray our community in a positive and affirmative light;to bring noteworthy films by local, national and international talent to Front Range audiences, including films that may not otherwise see distribution in area theaters; and,  to provide the GLBTQ community an avenue for countering invisibility and misinformation by providing a forum for viewing films that depict our lives and loves, and for discussing t

Mission: "Boulder Bacchus" is an informal group interested in investigating the world of wines in a social setting.
It is open to all GBLT persons and friends.
Email: Boulderbacchus@yahoo.com 
Hours: All wine tastings are held on the 1ST SATURDAY OF EACH MONTH AT 7:00 p.m. 

Mission: The mission of the Boulder County
AIDS Project is twofold: to provide support, advocacy and education to those in
our community who are infected with or affected by HIV and to serve as an
outreach and information center to prevent further transmission of HIV and
AIDS.

Mission: Boulder County Area Agency on Aging's seeks a community in which we all age well. BCAAA's LGBT Programs include a Rainbow Elders' bimonthly newsletter, Project Visibility trainings, annual holiday event, and The Silver Lining Resource Guide of LGBT-friendly senior care providers.

Contact: Nancy Grimes, LGBT Program Specialist

Phone: 303-441-3583

E-mail: infoLGBTelders@bouldercounty.org

Facebook: Rainbow Elders of Boulder County

Website: www.projectvisibility.org 

Mission:  The Mission of Women’s Health (Boulder Valley Women’s Health Center) is to provide accessible, confidential and comprehensive gynecological and reproductive healthcare, including sexual health services and education.
Phone: 303-442-5160
Email: info@bvwhc.org

Mission: The Colorado Anti-Violence Program is dedicated to ending violence within and against the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender communities of Colorado and ensuring the highest quality services are provided to victims of bias, domestic, sexual, and enforcement violence.
Phone: 303-839-5204
Email: info@coavp.org

Mission: The Gay Lesbian Bisexual Transgender Resource Center (GLBTRC) is here to help gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, queer, intersex, and allied (GLBTQIA) students at the University of Colorado at Boulder.
Address: Center for Community (C4C) N450 
Phone:  (303) 492-1377 
Email: glbtrc@colorado.edu
Hours
: 9:00-5:00 Monday through Friday  

The Office of Victim Assistance offers free confidential information, counseling, advocacy and support to all University of Colorado Boulder students, staff, faculty and their significant others. The office includes counseling and advocacy staff and gender violence prevention and education.

Mission: The purpose of the Gay & Lesbian Sierrans is to involve the gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgendered community in conservation and environmental efforts by creating outdoor, social, and activist opportunities for GLBT members of the Sierra Club and the greater Colorado community.
For more information on activities and to get on the mailing list, please visit their webpage.  

This is a list of Open and Affirming Churches in Colorado kept up by GayChurch.org. 

Mission: PFLAG promotes the health and well-being of gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgendered persons, their families and friends through support, education and advocacy. PFLAG provides an opportunity for dialogue about sexual orientation and gender identity, and acts to create a society that is healthy and respectful of human diversity.
Mailing Address: PFLAG Boulder County
Post Office Box 19696
Boulder, Colorado 80308
Phone: 303-444-8164
Email: info@pflagboulder.org

 

Mission: Project Visibility is an LGBT cultural competency training program designed primarily for senior care providers. It includes an award-winning film in which area LGBT elders voice their concerns about the aging services network. Please contact us for an in-house training (30 minutes to 3 hours in length) or for our General Training schedule.
Contact: Nancy Grimes, LGBT Program Specialist
Phone: 303-441-3583
E-mail: infoLGBTelders@bouldercounty.org
Facebook: Project Visibility Boulder
Website: www.projectvisibility.org

 

Mission: Proposition Gay is a grassroots effort to raise awareness for the LGBT community. As an all-inclusive event, we hope to greater network and strengthen the community as we unite along the path to social change.
Email: kpicle@gmail.com

Sexual Violence & Gender Violence Resources for Trans* People & Allies. This brochure was created by the Boulder County Survivor's Task Force, a community-wide partnership dedicated to promoting equitable, inclusive, welcoming care for trans* survivors of sexual trauma. Click here for brochure

Designated Beneficiary Agreements provide a new tool for estate planning, giving Coloradans access to a low-cost and convenient method for making plans for end-of-life decisions, inheritance, and other protections related to health care and medical emergencies. They provide the opportunity for two unmarried adults to designate one another as the person entitled to certain financial protections and decision-making powers in major life events.