Take Our Survey & Win a Prize: Health Needs of NYC LGBTQ API Community

Sabeen Shalwani Jun 16, 2022  

Apicha Community Health Center is launching an exciting project to address the health & wellness needs of New York City’s LGBTQ+ Asian, Asian American, South Asian, Southeast Asian, and Pacific Islander communities. 

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Why Participate? 

Your responses will help us to better understand the intersectional health and wellness needs of the NYC AAPI community. We are also exploring the barriers that frustrate access to services (like trust, access to housing, cultural concerns, stigma, etc.) and ideas on programs to address these needs. 

You can help us:

    1. Meet the health and wellness needs of New York’s LGBTQ+ API community.
    2. Overcome barriers that frustrate access to these needs.
    3. Identify new services to address these needs.

This will help us develop programs and services at our new clinic in Jackson Heights, Queens, NY. 

 
Take the Survey

Your feedback matters to us! The survey only takes about 16 minutes to complete and is completely anonymous. Click the link below to take this brief survey:


https://bit.ly/APICHA-Needs-Survey


To see all the questions, click here

 

Win a Prize by Participating

Only 16-minutes and you can win one of the following prizes:  

  • FREE safer sex kit - All survey takers
  • $25 Amazon Gift Card - 10 participants from a random drawing
  • T-shirt “I love Rice” or “Pacific Rim” - 25 participants

Ready to take action about your health?
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