LGBTQ and Two-Spirit Focused Campaigns
Native. LGBTQ. Proud. Media Campaign
Funded in part by IHS, the "Native. LGBTQ. Proud" media campaign from Northwest Portland Area Indian Heath Board (NPAIHB) features posters, fact sheets, and audio public service announcements to encourage HIV testing among LBGTQ youth.
- Native. Gay. Proud. Poster 1 [PDF - 2.4 MB]
- Native. Gay. Proud. Poster 2 [PDF - 4.4 MB]
- Native. Two-Spirit. Proud. Poster 3 [PDF - 3.98 MB]
- Native. LGBTQ. Proud. Poster 4 [PDF - 3.2 MB]
- Native. LGBTQ. Proud. Poster 5 [PDF - 3.9 MB]
- Family Acceptance [PDF - 3.6 MB]
LGBTQ–Two-Spirit, Loved & Accepted Campaign
NPAIHB's "LGBTQ–Two-Spirit, Loved & Accepted" (#WeNeedYouHere) campaign encourages people to learn about the history of genders and identities in their tribes, and promotes love, acceptance, and support for those who identify as Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, and/or Two Spirit.
More materials can be found on NPAIHB's Social Marketing Campaigns page.
Start Talking, Stop HIV
The CDC campaign "Start Talking, Stop HIV" is aimed at gay and bisexual men to start the conversation about preventing and getting tested for HIV.
This Free Life
The FDA campaign "This Free Life " - Freedom to be Tobacco-Free is designed to encourage LGBTQ people to never start or quit smoking.
VA LGBT Outreach
The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs' LGBT Outreach page includes health care fact sheets for providers on transgender males and females, gay and bisexual males, and lesbian and bisexual females. LGBT Pride month posters and other materials are also available.