SAN DIEGO -- The San Diego LGBT Community Center is conducting a survey to learn more about the personal barriers that members of the LGBT community experience when trying to access healthcare services.
Information obtained from the survey will be used to develop a health self-advocacy program at The Center.
Those who live in San Diego County and self-identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender or with a sexual orientation and/or gender identity other than heterosexual, are encouraged to take the short survey to help The Center better understand the community's healthcare needs.
The questionnaire asks for information related to healthcare habits, accessing healthcare services and some personal information related to the respondent's LGBT identity. Officials from The Center say that information provided is completely anonymous and the respondent's name is not connected to the questionnaire and will never be used when reporting the results of this research. Instead, only the collective results from larger groups of participants will be reported.
The survey takes 15 to 20 minutes to complete.
To take the survey onlin,e click HERE. To request a paper copy, call 619-322-7177.
For additional information, contact Alison McManus at (619) 322-7177 or firstname.lastname@example.org.