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Relationship Skills

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LGBQW Research Snapshot (2019)

LGBQW 2019 Research Snapshot

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Our Patron: John Mackay

In 2015 the AIDS Action Council welcomed John Mackay as the first official organisational patron. Mr Mackay continues to make an invaluable contribution towards achieving the goals of Meridian by transferring the innovative and proactive attitude evident throughout his considerable career to combat discrimination and improve public awareness of HIV/AIDS. Mr Mackay was inspired to join Meridian after the death of two of his brothers from AIDS-related illnesses within weeks of one another. It was during this...

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Women’s Health

Meridian is committed to improving health and wellbeing services and supports for women across the spectrum of sex and gender diversity and who are sexually and/or romantically attracted to women. This includes women who identify as lesbian, bisexual, pansexual, gay, queer, asexual, trans, gender diverse and intersex. In 2019, Women’s Centre for Health Matters with support from Meridian (formerly AIDS Action Council) published a report on health and health needs of same-sex attracted women in the ACT. View...

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Sobar: SMART Recovery Sessions

  Focusing on harm minimisation and reduction rather than suggesting you need to give alcohol away entirely; we’re now delivering SMART Recovery meetings for LGBTIQ+ Canberrans to address any risky drinking behaviour they may be indulging in. The SMART Recovery model is utilised to address why and how to foster a healthy relationship with alcohol that suits your own life goals and sense of wellbeing. SOBAR SMART Recovery sessions are a closed (private) meeting for LGBTIQ+ community members based in the...

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Sobar: SMART Recovery Sessions

  Focusing on harm minimisation and reduction rather than suggesting you need to give alcohol away entirely; we’re now delivering SMART Recovery meetings for LGBTIQ+ Canberrans to address any risky drinking behaviour they may be indulging in. The SMART Recovery model is utilised to address why and how to foster a healthy relationship with alcohol that suits your own life goals and sense of wellbeing. SOBAR SMART Recovery sessions are a closed (private) meeting for LGBTIQ+ community members based in the...

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Sobar: SMART Recovery Sessions

  Focusing on harm minimisation and reduction rather than suggesting you need to give alcohol away entirely; we’re now delivering SMART Recovery meetings for LGBTIQ+ Canberrans to address any risky drinking behaviour they may be indulging in. The SMART Recovery model is utilised to address why and how to foster a healthy relationship with alcohol that suits your own life goals and sense of wellbeing. SOBAR SMART Recovery sessions are a closed (private) meeting for LGBTIQ+ community members based in the...

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Sobar: SMART Recovery Sessions

  Focusing on harm minimisation and reduction rather than suggesting you need to give alcohol away entirely; we’re now delivering SMART Recovery meetings for LGBTIQ+ Canberrans to address any risky drinking behaviour they may be indulging in. The SMART Recovery model is utilised to address why and how to foster a healthy relationship with alcohol that suits your own life goals and sense of wellbeing. SOBAR SMART Recovery sessions are a closed (private) meeting for LGBTIQ+ community members based in the...

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Sobar: SMART Recovery Sessions

  Focusing on harm minimisation and reduction rather than suggesting you need to give alcohol away entirely; we’re now delivering SMART Recovery meetings for LGBTIQ+ Canberrans to address any risky drinking behaviour they may be indulging in. The SMART Recovery model is utilised to address why and how to foster a healthy relationship with alcohol that suits your own life goals and sense of wellbeing. SOBAR SMART Recovery sessions are a closed (private) meeting for LGBTIQ+ community members based in the...

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LGBTIQA+ Domestic Violence Awareness Day

Thursday 28 May 2020 is the inaugural LGBTIQA+ Domestic Violence Awareness Day to be recognised across Australia. The Domestic Violence Crisis Service (DVCS) and Meridian (formerly AIDS Action Council) are working in partnership to promote the day and draw awareness of the occurrence of domestic and family violence experienced by the LGBTIQA+ community. DVCS Chief Executive, Sonia Di Mezza said “Domestic violence happens to LGBTIQA+ people in their relationships too. It’s not just physical violence, but als...

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