The PRIDE In All Who Served 10-week health education group was developed for LGBTQ+ Veterans with a focus on reducing healthcare disparities. Group facilitators follow a session-by-session manual with corresponding Veteran handouts on each topic about how to access relevant services within the VHA system. Session content focuses on overall wellness, increasing social connectedness, and empowering Veterans to engage in services related to their personal healthcare needs. Veteran-reported outcomes indicate a reduced likelihood of attempting suicide in the future, reduced anxiety and concern about not being accepted, and increased protective factors such as community involvement and identity certainty. Developed at the Hampton VA, the program has been successfully replicated and evaluated at facilities across the country through a partnership with the Tuscaloosa VA. Support from the VHA Innovators Network’s Spark-Seed-Spread Investment program enabled quick dissemination to facilities across the country. The project is sponsored by Diffusion of Excellence.