CFHI – Project R.E.A.L
Project R.E.A.L. (Real Empowerment on All Levels) offers free social events that bring together the young LGBTQ+ community and builds peer support. Project R.E.A.L. also provides sexual health advocacy and serves as a point of contact between the client and community resources.
Additional services include:
Serves as a point of contact between client and community resource such as housing, STD testing, therapy, etc.
Gay/bisexual men’s group discussing dating, sex, and relationships.
A group of volunteers in the space who are the driving force behind what happens at Project R.E.A.L.
A social/supportive group that hosts monthly events with educational, entertaining, and supportive themes.
The Children and Family Health Institute (CFHI) is a charitable, nonprofit program of VNA Health Group. Contributions from individuals, foundations and corporations provide funding to help ensure the sustainability and growth of the CFHI. A variety of giving opportunities are available including permanent naming opportunities, endowments, special events, planned gifts as well as grants to support innovation and research.
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