A Case For Our Mental Health

A Case For Our Mental Health

It has been a tough year for the world, and in recent times, an even tougher few weeks for LGBTQ Nigerians. Amidst the continuous spread of COVID-19 and fight for an end to police brutality and bad governance, queer people still have to deal with mental health issues, discrimination, housing difficulties, access to good health care, conversion therapy and suicide.

One Action Foundation would like to understand how all these experiences have influenced the mental health amongst LGBTQ individuals living in Nigeria and come up with something that can help the community.

For this to happen, do kindly fill out this survey, and your responses will provide the data needed to provide a solution to our community’s mental health situation.

The survey will take approximately 2-5 minutes and it is completely anonymous. All data received from the survey will be kept confidential and only used to provide professional help for individuals who may need them.

Simply click HERE and fill out.

Thank you.

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