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Advocacy groups seek input from the LGBTQ+ community

In 2004, local non-profits Tulsa Reaches Out and the Community Service Council conducted a survey of the Tulsa area LGBTQ+ community to help identify important needs. More than 500 individuals responded and many others participated in focus groups, helping many agencies and other providers better understand and meet the needs of LGBTQ+ citizens in the area.

Much has changed since the 2004 survey. To identify today’s needs, Tulsa Reaches Out has engaged OU-Tulsa to undertake a new survey which will aid agencies and organizations in providing services and support to the LGBTQ+

This new online survey will be open from April 1 until April 30. If you are part of the LGBTQ+ community, we strongly encourage you to take 30–40 minutes to complete the online survey by visiting the link below. While certain demographic information will be collected to aid in the aggregate data analysis, no identifiable information is being requested, so responses are anonymous.

While most respondents are likely to live in the Tulsa area, the survey is open statewide. The data will be analyzed and a report prepared by OU in July 2019 will be disseminated to appropriate organizations for consideration and action.

Thank you for your consideration and participation in the survey. Please encourage your LGBTQ+ friends to also participate.

To complete the survey, visit ou.edu/tulsa-lgbtq.