New Edition Volume 1, Issue 2
We have come so far as an LGBTQ+ community over the past 40 years, and we have made great progress. But, for too many, chemical addiction and living with HIV go hand-in-hand. As you will read from Rainbow Health’s clients Jeff and Rea in this issue, people living, and aging, with HIV continue to feel very stigmatized and alone. Their experiences are just a few of the many stories of people who turned to Rainbow Health for help.
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Our Impact in 2022
individuals received support at Rainbow Health
received emergency financial assistance
clients received assistance from our transportation program
clients received help from legal services
were helped through medical and non-medical case management
received benefits counseling services
Therapy and Counseling
Rainbow Health offers in-person and teletherapy mental, chemical, and sexual health services for LGBTQ+ people, people living with HIV, and folks from communities that historically and currently face barriers to behavioral health support.
Rainbow Health hosts, sponsors, and attends a number of free community events. Check our calendar regularly for updates!
33rd Annual Walk to End HIV
Significant progress has been made over the years, but the work is not done. Thank you for your support as we continue to make strides in the fight against HIV.