Overview of Health Programs

Recognized by the U.S. Office of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion as a Healthy People 2030 Champion

Recognized by the Pennsylvania Office of Rural Health as the 2017 Rural Health Program of the Year

LGBTQ+ people have always needed to be our own healthcare advocates, and today is no different. Our community experiences health challenges at increased rates as a result of higher risk behaviors, which are caused in part by social and cultural experiences with discrimination, minority stress, and familial homophobia/transphobia. These higher risk behaviors lead to worsened health outcomes if we don't take our health into our own hands!

Bradbury-Sullivan LGBT Community Center believes that LGBTQ+ people deserve health equity: the attainment of the highest levels of health and wellness available today. In that spirit, the center develops leading-edge health promotion programs focused on eliminating health disparities related to tobacco, cancer, HIV, and COVID-19 within the Lehigh Valley's LGBTQ+ community. We also provide critical on-site supportive services for the LGBTQ+ community. Lastly, we promote structural change that will lead to improved health and wellness for the LGBTQ+ community.

Our health programs are informed by data, community need, and service gaps in the region.


Professional Support:

Mental Health Clinicians Consultation Group

For more information, visit our Mental Health Clinicians Consultation Group page

Our Health Programs team:

  • Chrystina Obleschuk, MPH, Health Equity Programs Manager
  • David Celli, Healthcare Enrollment Coordinator

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