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Mental Health

Same-Sex Attracted Men in Heterosexual Relationships

Stigma is a tricky beast and an all too familiar one for men experiencing anxiety and/or depression. It gets even more complicated when you add the stigma associated with being same-sex attracted while in a heterosexual lifestyle. DALE aims to reduce this complex stigma and improve the overall health and wellbeing of these men.

LGBTI Health

Thorne Harbour Country

Thorne Harbour Country provides support, counselling, rapid HIV testing, resources and information around LGBTI wellbeing, HIV, Hepatitis C and sexual health across the Loddon Mallee. Operating out of the Community Hub, Thorne Harbour Country provides a safe place for the LGBTI community to connect and access information resources and referral services.

LGBTI Health

Peer Workshops

The Peer Education Program offers workshops for gay and same-sex attracted men that provide a confidential and welcoming environment for participants to socialise while learning more about their sexuality and wellbeing. These workshops are facilitated by volunteer peer facilitators to enhance peer-to-peer learning.Topics covered include: negative stereotypes, homophobia, coming out, relationships, community, HIV stigma and sexual health.The workshops are:FreeInteractive and dynamicA safe space for discussion and sharing storiesRun once a week for seven weeks, usually on a weeknight from 7 – 10 PM or weekends from 10 AM - 1 PMHave 8 – 12 participants and 2 – 3 volunteer peer facilitatorsVolunteersOur workshops are run by a team of dedicated and fun volunteers. Interested in joining the Peer Education family? Find out more about our Peer Facilitation Training below.

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