LGTBQIA+ Disability Advocacy and Connection Project

LGTBQIA+ Disability Advocacy and Connection is a free specialist service provided by and for LGBTQIA+ people with disability and their friends and family. This program aims to increase connection, reduce social isolation, and build resilience during the COVID-19 pandemic.

This project is funded by the Victorian Government and is delivered by LGBTQIA+ people with disability who are employed by or volunteering with Drummond Street Services. It is built in consultation with LGBTQIA+ disability community members and driven by an intersectional approach.

LGBTQIA+ Disability Advocacy and Connection will offer a combination of online and in-person programs. 

To find out more visit the project page at Queerspace HERE.

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