We are closed February 28th due to weather. All in-person appointments are cancelled except for telehealth.

President Biden signed The Respect for Marriage Act into law.

Yesterday, President Biden signed The Respect for Marriage Act into law.
HOPES opened 25 years ago with a foundational belief that all people have value and deserve access to the care they need and deserve. Care without barriers, without judgment, and most importantly a medical home where they are truly seen. For decades, members of the LGBTQ+ have played an integral role at HOPES as members of our staff, board and as patients. The Respect for Marriage Act creates both equality and protection for all same-sex and interracial couples.
While LGBTQ+ people continue to face uncertainty and harm, this legislation provides comfort and affirms all families. We can all join together as we move a step forward in our work for equality, equity and the assurance that all people are deserving of dignity.

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