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Village Angels

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The Village Angels are a team of volunteers from LGBT Foundation, easily recognisable through their pink ‘high-vis’ vests.

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Drugs, alcohol and smoking for health professionals

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Mental health issues, cardiovascular problems, stroke, dementia and certain cancers are all directly affected by regular alcohol and drug use.

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Hepatitis for health professionals

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Many MSM are unaware of the risks and the potentially dangerous consequences of contracting either hepatitis A or B virus, yet both are preventable by vaccination.

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Short-term and event volunteering

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There are loads of ways you can support us throughout the year without having to commit to a regular volunteering role.

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Hear from awarded GPs

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We asked some questions to a selection of the GP surgeries who are part of our 'Pride in Practice' scheme.

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Pride in Practice registration form

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LGBT Foundation are delighted that you have made the first step towards your Pride in Practice quality mark award. 

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Award criteria

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All Pride in Practice awarded surgeries will now complete the self assessment and submit supporting documentation before being awarded.

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Pride in Practice

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Pride in Practiceis a quality assurance service that strengthens and develops your relationship with your lesbian, gay and bisexual patients within your local community. Endorsed by The Royal College of GP’s, Pride in Practice is a support package that enables you to effectively meet the needs of your lesbian, gay and bisexual patients.  It will also support you in meeting the requirements of your Clinical Commissioning Group, the Care Quality Commission and other bodies that you work with.

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Benefits of volunteering with LGBT Foundation

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There are so many reasons to volunteer. Volunteering can help you develop your personal skills and enhance your CV.

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Think you have an STI?

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Sexually transmitted infections (STIs) are infections which are generally picked up through close body contact or sex.

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For men

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One central place to find health information and advice for men.

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What is mental health?

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Mental health means striking a balance in all aspects of your life: social, physical, economic and psychological.

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Befrienders

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Sometimes we can have all the will in the world to get up and try new things and meet different people, but it’s often our confidence that holds us back…

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Wellbeing clinic

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A service from the LGBT Foundation for LGBT people who live in Manchester, aged 16+ by appointment only.

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Mens Workshops

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The Lesbian & Gay Foundation are running a series of workshops covering many aspects of modern life.

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New Resource:Supporting LGBT Young People in Care

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The Lesbian & Gay Foundation and Three Circles Fostering have been working together with care leavers to develop a new resource for foster carers and residential care staff to promote the well­being of lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans (LGBT) young people in care.

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Counselling FAQ

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If you are considering counselling, there may be a lot of questions you would like answers to.

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Out with Prostate Cancer: Focusing on Gay And Bi Men & Transwomen Affected By Prostate Cancer

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The 1st ever  National Prostate Cancer Conference focused on gay and bisexual men and transwomen will take place on Saturday 14th March 2015 at The Lesbian & Gay Foundation (LGF). The event is funded by Prostate Cancer  and run by Manchester’s LGF and London’s METRO Centre. 

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rebecca

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I found this event totally 100% inspiratiinal and motivational. I as gay 17 yr old only came out to my parents in november last year however we have issues still because my dad doesnt accept me being ...

joe

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Nice one guys