The University of Maryland Prevention Research Center (UMD-PRC) is committed to research, service and training around issues of mental and behavioral health among LGBTQ+ communities. The UMD-PRC acts as a hub for the dissemination and translation of research and practice related to LGBTQ+ health equity. We use a community-engaged approach to conduct research and develop evidence-informed tools, best practices, and trainings that improve LGBTQ+ mental and behavioral health across a variety of settings.
The University of Maryland Prevention Research Center is being supported from 2019-2024 by a cooperative agreement #U48 DP006382 from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Any interpretations and opinions expressed herein are solely those of the authors and may not reflect those of the CDC.
UMD-PRC SGDLC Tools
Check out the UMD-PRC's newly released training tools designed to assess and elevate mental health care providers' affirmative practice with LGBTQ+ clients.
SGDLC Fall Trainings!
The SGDLC is offering two fall workshops for mental health care providers and organizational staff on LGBTQ+ affirmative practice: Sept 21-22 and Oct 19-20.