Vancouver queer male health organizations respond to COVID-19, including launching resource website

In the earlier, male queer well being companies had been generally targeted on the AIDS and HIV epidemic.

On the other hand, owing to healthcare progress and concerted initiatives, a great deal progress has been designed about the a long time in this space.

With the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic around the globe, these companies are now turning their notice to aiding male communities deal with these challenges. 

Two Vancouver-based well being companies for males who have sex with males (MSM) are responding to the COVID-19 outbreak.

Metro Vancouver–based Well being Initiative for Gentlemen announced now (March 18) that it is launching an online COVID-19 source website for MSM.

The source, designed in consultation with nearby well being authorities, will deliver ongoing updates about HIM companies as effectively as info about actual physical, mental, sexual, and social well being all through the pandemic.

HIM is cutting down its scientific companies at HIM Well being Centres until eventually additional see.

All HIM teams, programming, and local community outreach are remaining suspended for a 4-week time period.

Counselling and coaching will continue on remotely by movie and cell phone.

All info is available at the HIM website.

In the meantime, Vancouver-based countrywide queer male well being group Community-Primarily based Research Centre (CBRC), which operates the Intercourse Now Survey and the Summit conference for queer male well being, said that all workers will be performing from property beginning from now (March 18) until eventually additional see.

CBRC will continue on their perform on ongoing initiatives and initiatives, which include information analysis from the 2019 Intercourse Now online survey, plan education about the proposed federal ban on conversion remedy, and the advancement of new queer and trans cultural competency methods.

Updates will be provided at the CBRC website and social media. 

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