Hello and welcome to conversations+ a PFLAG Broomfield pride video series. My name is Sasha Davis, my pronouns are she her, and I'm the outreach coordinator for PFLAG Broomfield. I will be your host as we meet some members and allies of the LGBTQIA+ community and learn some stuff along the way. Today we're talking about mental health in the LGBTQIA+ community, what we're facing and what resources there are for us. I was joined by members of Broomfield public health envision you and rise above Colorado for a conversation on the stats, the realities and the solutions. Come listen in.
Author: Sasha Davis (Sasha Davis)
PFLAG Broomfield is producing a video series to be released during PRIDE month, in June. We need YOU!
This book has so much going for it from the get-go: multiple queer characters, multiple characters of color, an author of color who is also a woman, acknowledgement of mental health struggles, and aliens.
Do you have questions about LGBTQIA+ issues you're not sure who to ask? Just curious or trying to sort out things for yourself? Everyone should have an Auntie to pose their questions to without judgement or hesitation. Email your questions to AskAuntie@pflagbroomfield.org or submit your questions anonymously at pflagbroomfield.org/ask-auntie
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