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LGBTQIA+ & Pride Resources

LGBTQIA+ & Pride
Celebrating Life with Pride
As a part of our ongoing celebration of Pride Month, Jefferson Center would like to share this written piece from Tabbey Cardinal, a Senior Administrator at Jefferson Center. Tabbey describes in her own words the complex feelings around celebrati…
“Colorado Community Health Alliance (CCHA) is a contractor with Health First Colorado (Colorado’s Medicaid Program).”
Tabbey’s Story
Trigger warning: Suicide The ability to grow up, form substantial relationships and build a lucrative career all while comfortably identifying as the gender in which you were born is something many cisgender people take for granted. Though …
Ally Is a Verb: How to Engage in Active LGBTQ+ Allyship
As parts of our world become more diverse and accepting, it might seem like the LGBTQ+ community is growing fast, but it is important to remember that this is somewhat misleading. People who don’t identify as heterosexual or cisgender have always…
How Adult Allies Can Support LGBTQ+ Youth
Between hormones, insecurities, and social pressures, growing up can be an awkward and challenging process. However, for LGBTQ youth, whose main concerns are their safety and the acceptance of their identity, as opposed to grades or college appli…
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