Please see below for a list of archived newsletters available for download.
Winter 2022 Newsletter
Topics include: resources related to intersections of race, ethnicity, LGBTQ identity, and behavioral health; new reports from the Williams Institute on race and LGBTQ adults; gender affirming care; and national and state LGBTQ news
Fall 2021 Newsletter
Topics include: Native American Heritage Month; Transgender Day of Remembrance
Summer 2021 Newsletter
Topics include: Disability Pride Month resources at the intersection of gender, sexuality, and ability; ways to support Trans and gender-diverse youth; new state and federal laws that promote inclusion; and upcoming events.
Spring 2021 Newsletter
Topics include: International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia, and Biphobia (May 17); Older Adults Mental Health Awareness Day (May 6) and resources to support LGBTQ elders; research on experiences of LGBTQ youth in schools, at Christian colleges, or in states proposing transgender health care bans; and events.
> Download PDF [8 MB]
Winter 2021 Newsletter
Topics include: LGBTQ-friendly actions from the incoming Biden Administration; highest-ranking transgender federal official; newly approved HIV combo drug; CDC funding opportunity for health equity; events.
> Download PDF [288 KB]
Fall 2020 Newsletter
Topics include: Intimate Partner Violence Month resources, new report on the well-being of LGBTQI+ populations, new report about Black LGBTQ youth mental health from the Trevor Project, new policy brief on psychological distress among LGBTQ and gender nonconforming Californians, and virtual events.
> Download PDF [525 KB]
Summer 2020 Newsletter
Topics include: Resources for QTBIPOC (Queer and Trans Black, Indigenous, and People of Color) mental health and wellness, in recognition of BIPOC Mental Health Month; upcoming virtual mental health and LGBTQ-specific conferences, webinars, and Pride events; Trevor Project 2020 Survey on LGBTQ Youth Mental Health; CA legislation to expand access for PrEP and PEP; and research on COVID-related anxiety and depression among LGBTQ people.
> Download PDF [690 KB]
Spring 2020 Newsletter
Topics include: Inclusive COVID-19 research and resources, including resources for LGBTQ elders, transgender persons, and LGBTQ families; upcoming virtual learning events; National Minority Health Month; and “What I Learned from Ron Heifetz,” a blog post on adaptive leadership from TA Center partner Elizabeth Waetzig.
> Download PDF [583 KB]
Winter 2020 Newsletter
Topics include: Bisexual Health Awareness Month resources for March; new state laws impacting LGBTQ Californians in 2020; a national program to provide HIV pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) at no cost; new research about LGBTQ elder isolation; upcoming state and national conferences; and other news and resources.
> Download PDF [765 KB]
Fall 2019 Newsletter
Topics include: Supreme Court hearings on sexual orientation and gender identity protections; resources to promote LGBTQ inclusion in the workplace; National Disability Employment Awareness Month (NDEAM) resources; and upcoming conferences and distance learning opportunities
> Download PDF [1.1 MB]
Summer 2019 Newsletter
Topics include: upcoming Two-Spirit training, presented in collaboration with the Native American TA Provider; resources related to Native LGBTQ and Two-Spirit communities; National Suicide Prevention Week resources; upcoming conferences; and the LGBTQ TA Center’s tip sheet on gender-affirming meeting planning.
> Download PDF [1.1 MB]
Spring 2019 Newsletter
Topics include: new TA Center resource, “Creating Gender-Affirming Meeting Spaces: A Tip Sheet for Planners”; LGBTQ-specific information and resources for Sexual Assault Awareness Month; LGBTQ-specific resources for Asian Pacific American Heritage Month; Pride Month events in California; and upcoming conferences.
> Download PDF [1.8 MB]
Fall 2018 Newsletter
Topics include: release of the updated “LGBTQ Population Evaluation Guidelines”; Transgender Day of Remembrance resources and events; resources for supporting the mental health of people living with HIV/AIDS, in honor of World AIDS Day; new California state laws supporting LGBTQ communities, and acknowledgment of the record number of LGBTQ Congresspeople; and resources related to LGBTQ health care access, data collection, and youth in foster care.
> Download PDF [1.3 MB]
Summer 2018 Newsletter
Topics include: save the date for the upcoming 2018 CRDP Annual Meeting; new TA Center archived webinar – “Managing Disparities in Healthcare for People with Disabilities”; National Minority Mental Health Awareness Month resources; and new reports on opioid use among LGBTQ populations, the experiences of LGB adolescents, and LGBT migrants from Central and South America seeking asylum in the U.S.
> Download PDF [593 KB]
Spring 2018 Newsletter
Topics include: resources for supporting LGBTQ immigrants, new data about transgender and gender nonconforming youth in California, upcoming Indigenous Knowledge Conference featuring speakers on sexual and gender equity, resources for LGBTQ+ youth and elders from Each Mind Matters, and upcoming TA Center events.
> Download PDF [568 KB]
Winter 2018 Newsletter
Topics include: blog by Suganya Sockalingam, PhD, Systems Change Coach, on microaggressions; resources on microaggressions; upcoming TA Center webinar on health care disparities; quarterly collaboration meeting; more LGBTQ resources and news.
> Download PDF [622 KB]
Fall 2017 Newsletter
Topics include: resources related to mental health stressors in 2017, including immigration and transgender rights; October mental health awareness month events; open enrollment resources; and upcoming LGBTQ TA Center distance learning.
> Download PDF [520 KB]
Summer 2017 Newsletter
Topics include: Community-Based Participatory Research, LGBTQ IPP Spotlights, CBPR Resources, and More LGBTQ News and Resources
> Download PDF [512 KB]
Spring 2017 Newsletter
Topics include: What’s Ahead from the TA Center, LGBTQ TA Center Resources, Searchable Resource Database, News and Opportunities, and Introducing the IPPs
> Download PDF [381 KB]