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Equitas Health has been serving the region since 1984. Learn about our roots, our present, and our vision for the future.
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Equitas Health has been serving the region since 1984. Learn about our roots, our present, and our vision for the future.About Us about About Us
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We believe in transparency and invite you to view our annual audited financial statements and annual reports.Financial Information & Annual Reports about Annual Reports & Financial Information
We are honored to have our work recognized by professional organizations, the press, and those we serve.Affiliations & Recognitions about Affiliations & Recognitions
Our Institute offers online and in-person training to companies and organizations creating LGBTQ+ affirming environments.about Education & Training
We prioritize advocating for policies that are rooted in the pursuit of health justice. Learn more.Public Policy Priorities about Public Policy Priorities
To be silent in the presence of injustice is to collude with it. Read our public statements and policy briefs.Public Statements about Public Statements
Equitas Health reinvests 100 % of our pharmacy profits back into our programs and services. Your prescription can help pay for someone else’s lifesaving care. Why not pay it forward?Transfer Your Prescriptions about Our Pharmacy Gives Back
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Join medical and social service providers, advocates, researchers, activists, and community members for the nation’s largest conference on LGBTQ+ and HIV health equity. Together we can transform care!Learn More about Transforming Care Conference
In late January 2023, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) proposed changes to their guidance on who can give blood. Historically, their rules have discriminated against members of the LGBTQ+ community. As promised, Equitas Health gave feedback to the FDA in a public comment.