GLHV online resource library

The GLHV online library has extensive information about GLBTI health and associated subjects. Content is classified by subject area and target audience. If you can't find the item you're looking for, there is also a full-text search option.

To find an item in the library enter search terms in the fields below. Alternatively, use the Resource Navigator at the top right of the page to find the content you need.

Improving E-therapy for Mood Disorders for Lesbians and Gay Men


A practical toolkit for developing tailored web and mobile phone-based depression and anxiety interventions

GLHV brochure 2014 - Updated


GLHV foldout brochure describes our work and current programs run by us

Families Like Mine - guide to support families and parents of LGBTGD young people


Developed by Beyondblue, this multimedia guide aims to support parents & families to reduce discrimination and promote an inclusive environment for LGBTGD young people.

Queer Without Fear: Domestic & Family Violence in LGBT Relationships Booklet (QLD)


Queensland Government funded the development of a resource containing information and referral details for people who may be experiencing abuse within an LGBT relationship

WorkingOUT - a new GLBTI employment service for people with disabilities/mental health conditions


‘WorkingOUT’ is a free unique employment service hoping to bring a holistic, sensitive and tailored case management approach to its clients.

Supporting Sexual Diversity in Schools - A Guide


This guide is an introduction to make your school a safer space for everyone.

Challenging Homophobia in Schools - A guide for school staff


Information and practical strategies on why and how to tackle homophobia in schools.

Rainbow Families and the Law - an information kit for same-sex couples and single people in Victoria


Comprehensive online resource produced by the Rainbow Families Council

“Coming out” footy posters

Resource Coming out footy poster

“Which team do you barrack for?” took on a whole new meaning, with the launch of Gay and Lesbian Health Victoria’s (GLHV) “Coming out” series of 6 footy posters.

Supporting Sexual Diversity in School


In October 2008 the Victorian Department of Education sent a policy document called 'Supporting Sexual Diversity in Schools' to every primary and secondary school principal in the state.

Gender Dysphoria Clinic


Information for GPs, primary care providers and consumers.

Simply Trans


Information on transgenderism and transexuality for young people, their families and support workers.

Reporting HIV in Australia: Information for Journalists


This guide for journalists is the third revised edition of a booklet originally published as the HIV/AIDS Media Guide.

Next Steps - a resource for people recently diagnosed with HIV


This booklet covers a range of topics, including treatments and monitoring, transmitting and preventing HIV, safe sex, relationships, sexually transmitted infections, legal rights, health maintenance, women's issues and the stages of adapting after diagnosis.

Positively Rural


CAN (Country Awareness Network Victoria) have launched a resource called Positively Rural. Developed for People Living with HIV/AIDS (PLWHA), the small booklet brochure provides tips regarding Victorian rural living.

How to support sexual diversity in schools - a checklist


This updated schools' audit outline shows how schools can comply with the DEECD’s Supporting Sexual Diversity in Schools (July 2008).

Support After Suicide - Jesuit Social Services


SUPPORT AFTER SUICIDE is a bereavement
support program developed specifically for
those bereaved by suicide. This service is offered by the Jesuit Social Services.

Download the PDF below for more information or telephone 9427 9899

Some people are gay. Get over it! (UK)


Some people are gay. Get over it! is a new suite of visually powerful materials, devised as part of Stonewall’s Education for All campaign to tackle homophobia and homophobic bullying in schools. This uncompromising message, developed with secondary school students, makes it clear that schools should take a zero-tolerance approach to homophobic bullying.

Creating GLBTQIA-Inclusive Forms


This guide is meant for anyone who is creating a form, survey, or other information gathering tool. Too often, gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, transsexual, questioning, queer, intersex, asexual, and ally (GLBTQIA) identified people are forced
to make difficult choices on the forms they fill out – choices that put them in boxes, make them uncomfortable, and don’t accurately describe their lives.

The whole of me...


Age Concern England has taken a lead in raising awareness of the needs and concerns of older people who are lesbian, gay or bisexual.

Many lesbians and gay men of any age have particular fears and concerns about moving into a care home or extra care housing. In this resource pack Age Concern hope to make a positive contribution to addressing this by tackling the issues and offering practical suggestions for good practice in these settings. The aim is that it will be a timely and effective resource to encourage and support this important process.