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To serve the needs of those in the State of New Mexico who are living with or affect by HIV.
HIV services, HIV prevention, and Harm Reduction.
1200 S. Richardson
Roswell, NM 88203
Avoiding Heterosexual Bias in Language
The Behavioral Health Research Center of the Southwest was established in 1997 to conduct research on substance abuse and other behavioral health issues. Our vision is a healthy society where people make healthy choices and lead balanced lives free from addiction. Our staff includes physicians and nurses, research scientists, biostatisticians, research assistants, psychologists, as well as consultants and contractual employees. We also provide support and supervision for University of New Mexico and Highlands University graduate level students. Our comprehensive behavioral health services include clinical trials, research and consultation, program design, curriculum development, evaluation, training and workshops, statistical analysis and reports on research findings.
Casa Q provides safe living options and services for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and questioning (LGBTQQ) youth, and allies who are at risk or experiencing homelessness.
The ultimate CoE goal is to improve the overall health and well-being of transgender individuals by developing and implementing programs in response to community-identified needs. We include community perspectives by actively engaging a national advisory body (NAB) of 14 transgender identified leaders from throughout the country. The collective experience of our diverse and talented NAB assures that our programs address issues that are timely and relevant to the community.
Policy Reports & Best Practices
CAV offers a 24-hour confidential crisis hotline for people who have, or are, experiencing domestic & sexual violence. If you or someone you love needs help, call us: (575) 758-9888
We provide legal & medical advocacy services, counseling & support groups, children’s programs, community prevention and outreach programs, and are able to provide information & resources for those in need. CAV also has on-site an emergency shelter for adults and children, and offers short & long-term transitional housing programs.
All services are free & confidential.
945 Salazar Rd
Taos, NM 87571
EQNM advocates for the well-being of LGBTQ people through political policy and advocacy.
Albuquerque, NM (505) 224-2766
Las Cruces, NM (575) 650-1014
The National LGBT Health Education Center provides educational programs, resources, and consultation to health care organizations with the goal of optimizing quality, cost-effective health care for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) people.Webinar on LGBTQ Health topics. https://www.lgbthealtheducation.org/lgbt-education/learning-modules/
Technical Assistance for clinics to adopt LGBTQ inclusive policies: https://www.lgbthealtheducation.org/about-us/technical-assistance/
GLSEN (pronounced “glisten”) was founded in 1990 by a small, but dedicated group of teachers in Massachusetts who came together to improve an education system that too frequently allows its lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and questioning (LGBTQ) students to be bullied, discriminated against, or fall through the cracks.
Past webinars on LGBT issues in K-12 education (Free) https://www.glsen.org/webinars
School Policy toolkit: https://www.glsen.org/policy
Educator guides, inclusive curriculum, and more: https://www.glsen.org/educate/resources/guides
LGBT people suffer from stigma related health issues like smoking or mental health problems. When we fear a chilly welcome we avoid doctors, which means we also don’t get well-person care like cancer screenings. The first step in breaking this chain is getting LGBT people in regular healthcare; this tool can help you be confident of your rights.