12 Jul 2019
One year on as Thorne Harbour
12 July 1983 - With the successful decriminalisation of homosexuality a couple years earlier, we were only just starting to see the fruits of gay and lesbian liberation when the storm clouds of an emerging health crisis started to gather.
08 Jul 2019
DALE is back!
Ok, so technically DALE never left, but we digress. Have you met DALE? DALE is our online resource for men who have sex with men or are sexually attracted to men but are/have been in long-term relationships with female partners.
27 Jun 2019
Leading Health Organisations call on the Royal Commission into Victoria’s Mental Health System to Consider LGBTI Mental Health
"All lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and gender diverse, and intersex (LGBTI) people deserve to live happy and healthy lives, and to enjoy the benefits of a mental health system that is respectful, safe, affirming and supportive."
28 May 2019
Longstanding Volunteers Feeling the LOVE
Every day, volunteers tackle an array of activities across our sites, services, and programs. The volunteers celebrating significant milestones this year illustrate the many ways you can make a difference.
22 May 2019
Moments That Matter
“We had our commitment party before gay marriage was legislated. It was a beautiful occasion.” Ben & Khang's powerful story is part of the Moments That Matter campaign released today by Palliative Care Victoria.
29 Apr 2019
PLC Newsletter - Autumn 2019
The PLC newsletter is back! This autumn edition includes a catch up on activities since the last issue as well as highlighting a range of services and resources out there to support the health and wellbeing of people living with HIV.
17 Apr 2019
Royal Commission into Victoria's Mental Health System
Thorne Harbour Health and Rainbow Health Victoria are encouraging Victoria’s LGBTI communities to take action and have their voice heard during the Royal Commission into Mental Health.
11 Apr 2019
Autumn 2019 Newsletter
The cooler weather is rolling in and reminding us that the summer festival season is over, but we're keeping busy with an array of activities across the organisation. Check out the latest edition of the newsletter to see what we've been up to. Whether it's supporting the health of women in our LGBTIQ communities or introducing a diverse range of fresh faces to our health promotion campaigns, there's a lot on at the moment. Plus, don't forget to check out the community calendar on the back page for upcoming events.
19 Mar 2019
Victorian LGBTIQA+ Disability Survey
Are you LGBTIQA+? Do you have a disability? The LGBTIQA+ Disability Collective is launching a self-advocacy alliance, and they want to know what is important to other LGBTIQA+ individuals living with a disability.
28 Feb 2019
Power to Prevent: Urgent Actions Needed to Stop Sexual Harassment at Work
Thorne Harbour Health has joined with a diverse group of more then 100 organisations, unions, researchers, peak bodies, health professionals and lawyers who have come together to say we need to do more to stop sexual harassment in workplaces. Our organisations and research efforts see the effects of sexual harassment on people around Australia every day and how our systems are not working to respond to the issues.
27 Feb 2019
Looking after your mental health
Taking care of your mental health is important. We all know that, but often we don’t seek support. This could be because we don’t know where to go or how to access support. Plus, we want to use a service that’s LGBTIQ friendly.
15 Feb 2019
Two Winners for Film Competition
The votes have been counted, and it's a tie! Two filmmakers, Sam McGowan & Millie Hayes, were announced as winners for the Keep the Vibe Alive film competition at this week's 2019 Melbourne Queer Film Festival Program Launch.
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