JUST RELEASED: One Colorado and the GLBT Center’s Transgender Health Survey

One Colorado and the GLBT Center of Colorado are proud to release a groundbreaking survey on the health needs and practices of Colorado’s transgender community. This state-level study is the first of its kind on behavioral health — and it’s an important part of our work to do everything we can to ensure that trans* people are living healthy, thriving lives.

This survey can also help other state and national groups collect important — and much-needed — data about the transgender community.

Our goal is to make sure as many transgender Coloradans as possible take this survey, so please share it and help us spread the word! A few things to know: the survey is completely anonymous and for Colorado residents only, will be open through September, is intended for adults (over 18) but youth may take it, and we’re asking folks to only take it one time.

Further, to protect the data being collected please DO NOT click through the survey to look it over.  If you would like to do that, click here for the PDF version*.

To take the online survey, follow this link. 

At One Colorado, we are proud to fight every day to ensure trans* Coloradans — and all LGBT people — can get the health care they need. Watch our video on facing health barriers for a closer look at this important work.

 

*If you would prefer to print it out and mail it in, send it to Courtney Gray at the LGBT Center:  1301 E. Colfax Ave, Denver, CO 80218