Established in 1995, OHSU's Partnership Project provides a comprehensive array of services to both persons who are living with HIV and to persons who are part of the transgender and gender non-conforming communities. Learn more
OHSU Partnership Project
OHSU Partnership Project services focus on ensuring access for these populations to affirming, competent and high quality health care. Learn more about OHSU/Partnership Project
Dining Out For Life: April 26, 2018
When you dine at a participating restaurant on this day, between 20% and 35% of your bill goes directly to EMO's HIV Day Center and Partnership Project. Both organizations work closely together to provide vital programs and services to thousands of individuals living with HIV.
LGBTQ+ Meaningful Care Conference:
March 29, 2018
A day-long training event for healthcare and social service professionals, the Meaningful Care Conference aims to promote LGBTQ+ cultural competency in health care and social services, share current LGBTQ+ best practices in health care and social services, and more.
A message for our communityIn light of recent discriminatory statements made by national leadership towards members of the transgender community, particularly those individuals serving in our military, OHSU's Transgender Health Program (a program of the Partnership Project) and the Partnership Project itself, would like to take a moment to reassure you that we remain committed to your health and wellness.
We recognize fully that the uncertainty in our political environment and gestures of intolerance can result in a wide range of emotions for patients and the community at large. We encourage you to reach out if you are experiencing distress, and would like to point out resources that we believe are good sources of support for individuals in crisis.
Know that we will remain unwavering in our mission to serve you to the best of our capacity, with full recognition of the impact of gender dysphoria on the well-being of transgender and gender diverse individuals. We will continue to be advocates at the system, community and state level for the needs of the transgender and gender diverse community, and will not let decisions at the national level deter us from this important work.
The OHSU Partnership Project
We encourage you to reach out if you are experiencing distress, and would like to point out resources that we believe are good sources of support for individuals in crisis.