With her new project, funded by a grant from the Regional Arts & Culture Council, Jo Hamilton begins to chronicle in yarn the people, residents, volunteers, staff of Our House of Portland, a residential AIDS care facility in SE where she has been a volunteer for the last ten years. The first portrait is Dr… read more →

LGBTQ people statewide have been registering for Cover Oregon — and for those who haven’t, the deadline for the current open enrollment period is March 31, 2014. For those of you who are already enrolled and are accessing health insurance through Cover Oregon, we want to hear your stories. Please contact QBlog@pdxQcenter.org and we’ll follow-up to.. read more →

Cascadia Behavioral Healthcare has announced plans to increase alcohol and drug treatment services to Portland’s LGBTQQ community. “The LGBTQQ population is greatly undeserved and requires a culturally-specific treatment approach “said Cascadia CEO Derald Walker. “Cascadia has offered services to the community through the Triangle Project for 30 years. Our plan is to expand the Triangle.. read more →

The LGBTQ Community faces a number of challenges when it comes to healthcare. Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius outlined some of them in a 2013 speech and explains how the Affordable Healthcare Act reduces some of those challenges, specifically how it is now illegal for healthcare providers to discriminate based on sexual orientation,.. read more →