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Program

A multi-phased training program that was created to address a need in the LGBTQ+ community for LGBTQ+ affirming care. This training addresses the biases that exist in health care and how medical practitioners can avoid using such biases and instead provide culturally relevant and affirming behavioral health interventions.

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Program/Campaign

A program that seeks to reduce stigma related around asking for help when an individual is suffering with their mental health. This campaign aims to foster healthy conversations about mental health in the LGBTQ+ community by providing education that makes individuals feel more comfortable giving support and reaching out.

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Program

Q is for Questioning is a series of interactive workshops to be produced in several communities across Colorado. This program, aimed at parents, guardians, or family members of LGBTQ+ youth, hopes to foster healthy conversations and family relationships between young LGBTQ+ kids who are exploring their gender and sexual identity and their families who can support and affirm them.

Mobile App

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You:Flourish is a Public Benefit Corporation created and supported by Envision:You. The app connects the community to expert-vetted resources and a supportive network of LGBTQ+ peers and allies. You:Flourish is the first ever digital space for the LGBTQ+ community focused on hope, help, and healing that saves and improves lives. The app is scheduled to launch in Colorado in April 2024.

Initiative

We work with Brandeberry-McKenna Public Affairs to inform elected state officials and policymakers about the disparities in care facing LGBTQ+ individuals. By doing so, we are actively engaging in advocacy efforts to ensure that mental health concerns of LGBTQ+ individuals are being addressed in legislation and policy.

Initiative

As an organization we are daily acknowledging and appreciating intersectionality, and fundamentally reconstructing the ways in which our organization functions. Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, and Accessibility (IDEA) are being operationalized at the core of our culture, making them more than just ideas.

Original Research 

In 2021, Envision:You surveyed nearly 600 LGBTQ+ Coloradans regarding their behavioral health concerns and experiences to inform LGBTQ+ behavioral health priorities for community organizations and state leaders.

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Program

A peer-to-peer support group program with a network of LGBTQ+ individuals with lived behavioral health experience to provide support and mentoring to those who need it. 

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