During this podcast, our host interviews Stephanie Hormig on the best ways to handle uncomfortable situations during the holidays. Being a part of the LGBTQ community is difficult for many during the holidays and here are some of the tips and successes.
In this podcast, Megan talks with Stephanie Hormig about what it means to be a safe zone, the importance of organizations becoming safe zone trained, how to become a safe zone and also the dangers of claiming you are a safe zone, if you have not been fully trained. Thank you for listening.
Stephanie’s Contact Information: Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 608-364-1083
Megan and guests discuss the challenges of transitioning as a teen and responding as a parent. Part of our series on outreach, prevention, and support of members of the LGBTQ+ community.
In a conversation with a local youth who identifies as agender, joined by their parent, we learn what it is like to navigate gender identity from the perspective of a child and their family in our communities.
We continue our conversation about prevention work and outreach with the LGBTQ+ community. This section focuses on terminology and language and how our use of language can help create a safer and more supportive community for all.
A conversation with Megan Altfillisch, Community Services Coordinator for Better Brodhead. We discuss efforts to support LGBTQ+ youth in our communities.
A conversation with diversity training facilitator, Santo Carfora. This podcast will give you insight on who Santo is and his thoughts on the importance of being culturally competent.
A conversation with Cynthia Villavicencio about multicultural outreach, prevention work within the Latinx community, and ways for our communities to work towards racial justice.
A conversation with Bridget Craker, public health educator for Green County Department of Public Health.
Join us for a conversation with Better Brodhead Program Director, Kathy Comeau, as we discuss doing the work of prevention during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.