Published: Jason Flatt and Jennifer Pharr

Jason Flatt and Jennifer Pharr (both Environmental & Occupational Health) have been building the UNLV School of Public Health's visibility in the LGBTQIA+ community who are house insecure or experiencing homelessness. An article in Las Vegas Pride Magazine this month features Building H.O.U.S.E. Las Vegas - Bring LGBTQIA+ Housing to Las Vegas. This community partnership aims to build visibility on the housing and health needs of the community through community engaged research. 

Building Healthy Outcomes Using a Supportive Environment (H.O.U.S.E.) includes UNLV faculty, students and staff. Among them: Renato Liboro (Psychology) and Jose Melendrez (Public Health), plus several community leaders and advocates, including. John Waldron CEO of The LGBTQ Center of Southern Nevada, and. Lisa Segler of Three Square.


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