Queer Town Hall: QTPOC, Mental Health & COVID

Tuesday, April 28 | 6:00 pm

In an effort to develop community and stay connected and informed during these trying times, Basic Rights Oregon has set up weekly Queer Town Hall on Tuesday nights starting at 6 p.m. Streaming live across YouTube and Facebook, we’ll be speaking with a wide variety of experts on issues that matter most to you, including healthcare, housing, employment, discrimination, and more. It’s your chance to ask your questions and have your voice heard, so join in!

We’ll be discussing mental health support, resources, and information for the LGBTQ BIPOC, QTPOC, and QTPI communities so that we can all stay healthy and connected during these difficult times.

We’ll be joined by the following mental health and peer support specialists who will be taking your questions live, so join in!

-Gia Naranjo-Rivera (She/Her); PhD Candidate in the Bloomberg School of Public Health at Johns Hopkins University who will discuss trauma-informed care

-Alexxis M. Robinson-Woods (She/Her/Hers/They/Them/Theirs); Program and Services Director for Bradley Angle who will be discussing domestic violence
-LaKeesha Dumas, CRM, PSS, CHW (Black); Mental Health & Addictions Services Division for Multnomah County who will discuss mental health and addiction

Want to share your mental health story? Leave a voicemail at 971-285-3327 and you may be featured on the Queer Town Hall.

Location:

YouTube Live (https://youtu.be/NSNQMV06b0U)

Facebook Live (https://www.facebook.com/basicrights/live)

Start Time:6:00 pm
End Time:8:00 pm
Price:Free