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Regional health services for LGBTIQ children: VHA forum

Posted 16 November 2017

An innovative project is taking steps to boost limited health services for trans and gender diverse children in regional Victoria.

Gateway Health's WayOut Wodonga (WOW) project began in 2013 with funding from the Victorian Government to improve the quality of life for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex and queer young people and their families. 

Gateway Health Gender Service Project Worker Sarah Roberts will speak at the VHA Rural and Regional Forum in Marysville on 28 November, drawing on the challenges and opportunities establishing the WOW project and services for LGBTIQ children and thier families. 

Registrations for the VHA Rural and Regional Forum close Monday 20 November.

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