CARS and the LGBTQ TA Center team have a strong reputation for creating or identifying and disseminating publications that are relevant, timely, easy to understand, and credible. These resources can make your work easier by translating sophisticated research findings into concrete tips and strategies for application in real-world settings; they also serve as a convenient link to the latest academic journal articles and advocacy organization positions related to LGBTQ mental health and evaluating LGBTQ-serving programs. The resources are searchable by topic, population focus, and keywords, and are listed by date of publication.
The LGBTQ TA Center encourages the public to browse through and utilize the growing set of publications, research, and other resources we have made available to our grantees related to the following:
- The prevention needs of LGBTQ individuals, families and communities
- Disparities in health care access and outcomes for LGBTQ
- The evaluation of LGBTQ-serving programs including data collection
- LGBTQ social justice and its impact on mental health
- LGBTQ individuals from diverse racial, ethnic, and religious backgrounds
- Gender expansive youth
- LGBTQ elders
- LGBTQ immigrants, refugees and asylees
- LGBTQ veterans and military members
- Systems-involved LGBTQ youth and adults (Criminal/Juvenile Justice, Foster Care)
The LGBTQ TA Center hosts webinars related to building capacity (including community organizing), planning (using outcome based logic models and developing strategic plans), implementing, and evaluating (monitoring for improvement and decision making) the Community Defined Evidence Practices (CDEPs) funded through the CRDP initiative. These distance learning opportunities include training content and facilitated discussions.
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