Choose a state below to find LGBTQ healthcare resources near you.
Choose a state below to find LGBTQ healthcare resources near you.
Bell Flower Clinic – Eskenazi Health
The Eskenazi Bell Flower Clinic provides medical services including HIV/STI testing.
Brothers United, Inc. offers educational programs and discussion groups about LGBTQ healthcare, HIV/STI testing, counseling services, and transgender support services.
Counseling Practicum Clinic – Ball State University
The Ball State Counseling Practicum Clinic offers counseling services to people in Muncie and the surrounding area. Graduate students in the counseling program work with clients under the supervision of licensed psychologists and counselors.
The Damien Center provides medical services including HIV/STI and pregnancy testing, counseling, housing and career support, legal resources, and a food pantry.
Domestic Violence Network
The Domestic Violence Network works in collaboration with the community, law enforcement, universities, service providers, and a variety of other fields to provide education and awareness on issues surrounding domestic violence and sexual assault. The Domestic Violence Network works in partnership with Indy Pride, Inc. and Open for Service to provide free training to service providers on the effects of domestic violence and sexual assault in the LGBTQ+ community.
Gender Expansive Kids & Company (GEKCO)
GEKCO provides confidential support, resources, and camaraderie to families of transgender children ages 12 and under.
Gender Health Program – Riley Hospital
The Riley Gender Health Program provides comprehensive support for youth under age 21. Consisting of providers from various specialties, the Gender Health Program serves emotional, mental, and physical health needs. Services include gender affirming hormone therapy, treatment for menstrual suppression, surgery consultation and coordination, and psychological counseling.
GenderNexus empowers people who are gender diverse to lead healthy and holistic lives by connecting them with supportive services to meet physical, emotional, social, and occupational needs. Services include support groups, HIV/STI testing, educational workshops, social events, and housing support.
Hamilton Center is a regional behavioral health system that provides LGBTQ-affirming therapy and support groups.
Indiana Transgender Network
The Indiana Transgender Network provides a database of providers and organizations that specialize in trans-care, including medical, counseling, legal, and support group services.
Indiana Transgender Wellness Alliance
The Indiana Transgender Wellness Alliance (ITWA) is a collection of public and private partnerships that recognize the need to advocate and educate about the challenges many trans-identifying people experience. The ITWA’s mission is to improve access to wellness resources and help service providers better understand and care for the needs of transgender and gender-diverse people.
Indiana Youth Group
The Indiana Youth Group (IYG) runs an activity center for LGBTQIA youth ages 12-20. The IYG offers a variety of wellness and education programs, including HIV/STI testing and support groups.
The Julian Center provides support for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault in order to recover and build a life free of abuse. Services include a 24-hour crisis line, shelter, counseling services, outreach services, transitional and affordable housing, food pantry access, and safety planning.
LifeCare Program – IU Health Methodist
The IU Health Methodist LifeCare Program provides HIV medical care. LifeCare provides access to the latest HIV treatments (including research trials), rapid HIV testing, social work assistance, and medicine adherence counseling.
Muncie OUTreach is a drop-in center for LGBTQ youth. Muncie OUTreach provides a safe place for youth to feel supported. Services include help with finding HIV and STI testing, sexual education provided by the Heartland Community Services Foundation, LGBTQ+ friendly therapy through the Ball State Practicum Clinic, a food bank located in the Unitarian Universalist Church, domestic violence resources provided by A Better Way, Inc., and free contraception/protection.
Planned Parenthood of Indiana
Planned Parenthood of Indiana provides LGBT educational services, HIV/STI testing, and general health care for women and men at 20+ health center locations.
Ryan White HIV Services Program
The Ryan White HIV Services Program (RWSP) is a part of the Marion County Public Health Department. Ryan White funds are intended to provide “stop gap” services for HIV+ eligible individuals until they can be enrolled in long term comprehensive insurance programs, such as Medicaid or Medicare.
Step-Up, Inc. offers LGBTQ youth educational programs and HIV/STD prevention services.
Transgender Health and Wellness Program – Eskenazi Health
The Eskenazi Transgender Health and Wellness Program serves the healthcare needs of transgender and gender non-conforming adults. The clinic provides primary care, behavior health assessment and therapy, hormone replacement, specialty referrals, care coordination, and support groups.
TransIndy, a merger of Indy Boyz and Indy Girlz, offers peer-led support groups for transgender and gender-diverse people.
Trans Lafayette is a support and anti-oppression group for all trans* people, gender diverse people, those living with disorders of sexual development (DSD), those who identify as intersex, and their allies.
AIDS Ministries / AIDS Assist
AIDS Ministries / AIDS Assist provides free STD/HIV testing, prevention services, and care coordination.
Center for Nonviolence GSA
The Center for Nonviolence GSA offers a safe and supportive environment for LGBTQA youth who wish to build community, discuss issues affecting their lives without fear of harassment, and join with others in promoting safety and respect for all people.
Community HealthNet Health Centers
Community HealthNet Health Centers provides free confidential STD/HIV testing, counseling & consultation.
The LGBTQ Center of South Bend
The LGBTQ Center of South Bend promotes equality, builds community, and increases understanding of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer/questioning (LGBTQ) experiences through educational resources, support groups, social events, and enriching programming.
Northeast Indiana Positive Resource Connection
Positive Resource Connection provides HIV education, prevention, testing, and linkage to care for persons living with HIV/AIDS, their families and loved ones, persons at risk for HIV, and the general public.
The Resource Center at IPFW
The Resource Center at Indiana University–Purdue University Fort Wayne provides an educational, supportive, accepting, and inclusive environment for LGBTQ+ (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Questioning/Queer) students through support services and educational efforts that reduce heterosexism, genderism, homophobia, and transphobia.
AIDS Resource Group
The AIDS Resource Group (ARG) of Southwestern Indiana provides quality, specialized case management, HIV prevention education, and supportive services to people living with, at-risk for, or affected by HIV/AIDS. Additional supportive services include vision and dental care referrals, food pantry access, and direct emergency financial assistance.
Gender Warriors Bloomington
Gender Warriors is a discussion, education, activist, and peer support group for anyone under the trans umbrella and trans allies for students at Indiana University and Bloomington community members.
Gender Warriors Evansville
Gender Warriors is an educational, advocacy, and social group for Trans* / Genderqueer / Gender Non-Conforming people and others who want to further the cause.
Matthew 25 Clinic
The Matthew 25 Clinic supports, educates and treats those infected with and affected by HIV/AIDS.
Positive Link, a program of Indiana University Health Bloomington Hospital Community Health, is a provider for those with or at risk for HIV in south central Indiana. Services include HIV testing and education, housing support, nutrition and meal supplements, financial assistance for medication, dental, optical, and quality of life enhancement, support groups, social events, and community building activities.
Premier Healthcare is a Bloomington-based primary care/family medicine and gynecology combined practice with over 61 years of experience caring for patients of all ages. The practice is focused on hormone management of perimenopause, menopause, and andropause. Other services offered include a good community network of mental health professionals and major/minor surgeries for trans patients.
Prism Youth Community
Prism Youth Community is an inclusive social group for youth celebrating all sexual orientations, gender identities, and gender expressions.
The Spencer Pride commUnity center
The Spencer Pride commUnity center is a certified Safe Place for youth in difficult circumstances or for anyone in a domestic violence situation. The center is an LGBTQ+ Safe Zone for LGBTQ+ people of all ages to seek resources.
Tri-State Alliance Youth Group
The Tri-State Alliance (TSA) Youth Group is a safe place for self-identified LGBTQ youth under the age of 21. Services provided include prevention and education of substance abuse and HIV/STI.
LGBT Center at the University of Louisville
The LGBT Center has a satellite office on the health sciences campus that offers a free LGBT Health Certificate to UofL students, staff and faculty, as well as the public. Sessions can be completed online or in person. LGBT community members are encouraged to attend these sessions, and can also contact the Center to volunteer to be a part of trainings for health professional students on LGBT health issues.
University of Louisville Physicians
UofL Physicians and the UofL School of Medicine have joined together with the LGBT Center and community members to develop and important initiative focused on addressing the health care needs of the LGBTQ community. Our goal is to develop services that support the diverse needs of the LGBTQ community through improved access, provider and team member training, and the implementation of a comprehensive patient care model.
University of Louisville 550 Clinic
The 550 HIV Clinic is a federally funded outpatient medical clinic for HIV+ individuals. Ryan White Title III funding, along with the support of University of Louisville, has made it possible to operate Monday through Friday 8:30 am – 4:30 pm.
The University of Louisville School of Dentistry Community Based Dental Partnership Program
The University of Louisville School of Dentistry Community Based Dental Partnership Program provides quality oral healthcare care to HIV+ Kentuckians. The goals of the University of Louisville School of Dentistry Community Based Dental Partnership Program are: 1) to enhance access to quality oral health care to persons living with HIV/AIDS in the underserved areas of Louisville, Kentucky and surrounding counties including northern Kentucky and southern Indiana and outreach to individuals living in the more rural, southern and western counties surrounding Elizabethtown, Kentucky and; 2) to increase the number dental providers capable of managing the needs of persons living with HIV/AIDS.
Youth AIDS Coalition
The Youth AIDS coalition is dedicated to slowing down the rapid rise in STD diagnosis. Use this website to find STD testing in Louisville.
The Specialty Clinic diagnoses and treats sexually transmitted diseases: syphilis, gonorrhea, chlamydia, genital warts, bacterial vaginosis, yeast, herpes and trichomoniasis. Free OraQuick HIV testing is also offered at this clinic.
Louisville Youth Group
The Louisville Youth Group is a community resource dedicated to providing LGBTQIA Youth ages 14 through 20 of the Louisville, Southern Indiana, and surrounding areas a Safe and Supportive environment. “We want our Youth to be the happy, healthy, and responsible members and leaders in the community.”
A peer-led support group for transmen, FTM, transmasculine, genderqueer, gender non-conforming and questioning folks whose gender expression is masculine of center.
A trans-centric, group based portal that exists solely for the empowerment and support of all Transgender women TwN continually strives to supply critical knowledge through up to date information concerning the daily needs of today’s Transgender women: to continually identify and develop Transgender women to become leads for today and tomorrow.
The TransForm Health clinic is a partnership of UK HealthCare providers who have the shared goal of meeting many of the unique medical needs of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender individuals in Kentucky. The clinic is committed to providing the highest quality care in inclusive environments. Clinic services include primary care, preventative care, PrEP, adult hormone therapy, counseling, and tobacco dependence treatment.
AIDS Volunteers Inc.
AVOL provides housing and supportive services to over 400 low-income men and women living with HIV/AIDS. AVOL provides free HIV testing and HIV prevention education/outreach for those at-risk in the community. We serve as an important link connecting those newly diagnosed and those out of care to medical treatment and other healthcare resources.
Office of LGBTQ Resources at the University of Kentucky
As a part of the Office of the Vice President for Institutional Diversity, LGBTQ Resources is the centralized institutional unit that serves all students, faculty, and staff through professional advocacy, consulting, education, and support. They operate offices on UK’s main campus and in UK HealthCare and can be a resource for connecting individuals on campus and in the community to essential services and groups. They can also assist in connecting individuals to Transform Health, UK HealthCare’s multi-site LGBTQ focused clinic.
Pride Community Services (PCSO)
PCSO works to improve the lives of people in the sexual minority and gender expansive community of Central and Eastern Kentucky by enhancing visibility, empowering community members, and educating the public about issues impacting said community.
Murray State University Office of LGBT Programming
LGBT programming provides support for the LGBT and Ally student community through services and education programming. This support fosters a stronger campus environment that is open and inclusive to all people. As a public institution of higher education, Murray State U recognizes its responsibility to lead in the area of diversity throughout our service region. Through programming efforts, ally development, and community partnerships, we strive to build a more inclusive region. Please contact the office for recommendations of LGBTQ-friendly health care providers.
AIDS Interfaith Network / Manos Unidas
AIDS Interfaith Network / Manos Unidas provides dietary, transportation, language, and education services to individuals with HIV/AIDS.
AIDS Outreach Center
The AIDS Outreach Center provides HIV education to the community and provides free/discounted services to HIV positive persons.
AIDS Services of Dallas
The AIDS Services of Dallas offers housing for individuals with HIV who are financially struggling. They advocate and educate for those with HIV/AIDS.
Black Transmen is a nonprofit organization that provides numerous programs about economics, anti-bullying, STIs, suicide and domestic violence prevention, as well as transgender health. They also provide resources to individuals undergoing transition.
Coalition for Aging LGBT
The Coalition for Aging LGBT provides support for older LGBT individuals through help with housing as well as health necessities. They provide access to home care and advocate for the self-sufficiency of these individuals.
GALA Youth provides services to LGBTQ youth individuals, such as STI testing, dental care, opportunities for leadership development, and support groups.
Healing Wings HIV/AIDS Center
The Healing Wings HIV/AIDS Center provides medical services to HIV positive individuals such as case management, dietary assistance, screening for dysplasia, therapy, and education for families.
Preventative Medicine Clinic
ThePreventative Medicine Clinic is located in Tarrant County and provides numerous services for individuals with HIV, including medication, vaccination, case management, referrals, regular physical exams, and cervical cancer screenings.
Prism Health provides resources to those with HIV and provides HIV testing, education, case management, and medical services.
The Resource Center offers reduced costs for therapy and health services. It provides support for individuals with HIV/AIDs, through numerous programs in areas of dental, nutritional, and mental health. They also provide testing for HIV and other STIs.
Samaritan House provides housing for those who are HIV positive and experiencing homelessness or close to homelessness. This organization also provides services for substance abuse, finding employment, receiving education, and case management.
Trans-Cendence is a support group for transgender and gender non-conforming individuals.
Trans Pride Initiative
The Trans Pride Initiative provides support to individuals who identify as transgender or gender nonconforming.
Tyler Transgender Support
Tyler Transgender Support provides support and alliance for transgender and non conforming individuals. They have a Facebook page (private) that provides information about meetings.
OUTwest Lubbock is the premiere South Plains virtual community center for (LGBTIQ) Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Intersex, and Queer people.
AIDS Services of Austin
AIDS Services of Austin provides HIV testing, therapy, legal support, food resources, and education.
Alamo Area Resource Center
The Alamo Area Resource Center allows for the care of LGBTQ individuals by culturally competent providers. They also provide PrEP and care for individuals with HIV.
Allgo provides support to LGBTQ individuals of color. Services include free mammograms each year, HIV education, support groups, and workshops for wellness.
The Center – Pride Center San Antonio
The Center – Pride Center San Antonio serves the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and HIV communities by connecting them and their families to community resources and organizations related to health, wellness, support, education, activities, and advocacy.
Fiesta Youth provides a safe, non-judgmental, affirming place for LGBTQ young people to express and explore who they are through education, peer-support, advocacy, and friendship.
Metro Health STD/HIV Clinic
The Metro Health STD and HIV Prevention and Control Program provides evaluation and diagnosis of STD infections, as well as treatment and counseling for most STDs.
Mujeres Unidas provides education, counseling, and support to local women and Latinx communities affected by HIV/AIDS and other health concerns.
Open Arms Rape Crisis Center & LGBT Services
The Open Arms Rape Crisis Center offers support, advocacy, information/referrals, education, awareness, and outreach to the LGBT+ community and the general public.
Out Youth provides a drop in center for LGBTQ youth to socialize with other youth in a safe environment as well as providing the second largest collection of LGBTQ media in their Jerry Strickland Jr. Memorial Library. They also offer counseling and free HIV testing to the youth.
Texas Association for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Issues in Counseling (TALGBTIC)
The Texas Association for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Issues in Counseling (TALGBTIC) works to provide education to mental health providers surrounding the problems that the LGBT community faces.
Thrive Youth Center
The Thrive Youth Center provides a safe and supportive center for homeless LGBTQ youth so they may become productive, skilled, educated, and successful adults with the ability, opportunity, and possibility of achieving their dreams.
The Q Austin
The Q Austin provides support to LGBTQ youth by STI testing, support groups, and events, along with education and advocating for the LGBTQ community.
Trans & Genderqueer Social
Trans & Genderqueer Social holds monthly meetings to provide a friendly environment and camaraderie for LGBTQ individuals of all ages.
Black Effort Against the Threat of AIDS (BEAT AIDS)
BEAT AIDS provides the highest quality HIV/AIDS prevention, and education, and services.
AIDS Foundation Houston
The AIDS Foundation Houston provides case management, dietary services, therapy, and housing to those with HIV.
AssistHers offers support to lesbians with severe illnesses and provides education on health inequities that lesbians face.
Hatch Youth is dedicated to empowering lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, questioning, intersex, asexual and allied (LGBTQIA) youth, ages 13-20, to become positive contributors to society by providing a safe social environment, offering role models and peer support, and sponsoring educational and community outreach opportunities.
Houston Gay and Lesbian Parents
Houston Gay and Lesbian Parents provides support for LGBT parents and parents-to-be.
Legacy Community Health
Legacy Community Health provides health services in pediatrics, primary care, OB/GYN, and behavioral health. They provide vaccinations, vision care, case management, transgender specific care, and social work services.
Lesbian Health Initiative of Houston
The Lesbian Health Initiative of Houston advocates on behalf of the LGBT community for better access to healthcare and encourages the wellbeing of LGBT individuals.
The Montrose Center
The Montrose Center offers HIV/AIDS counseling, group therapy, and life counseling. They provide affordable substance abuse treatment for the LGBTQ population as well as an anti-violence program for survivors of sexual assault and domestic violence. They provide activities and education services to LGBTQ seniors, youth services, and HIV education programs.
Open Gate provides services to LGBTQ individuals ages 18-30 who are struggling with homelessness.
Tony’s Place provides drop-in services for LGBTQ individuals (25 years old and younger) who are in need of food, a shower, internet access, and laundry services.
Coastal Bend Wellness Foundation
The Coastal Bend Wellness Foundation provides LGBTQ health and wellness initiatives through treatment, awareness, education, advocacy, and services.
Women’s & Men’s Health Services
Women’s & Men’s Health Services provides STD/HIV testing and treatment.
Borderland Rainbow Center
The Borderland Rainbow Center provides services such as therapy and support groups, but also educational and cultural workshops, social space, and a food pantry.
El Paso GLBT Community Center
The El Paso GLBT Community Center offers activities and support groups that aim to address the needs of the GLBT and HIV-affected people living in and visiting the El Paso metropolitan area.
El Paso HIV Prevention Services
Various HIV support programs in El Paso. One such service is the CLEAR Program which offers free one-on-one counseling to youth and adults. The evidence based program assists HIV positive or negative individuals to take charge of their lives, be proactive, set and meet goals, learn ways to problem solve, and address current stressors in their lives.
The Empowerment Center
The Empowerment Center is the umbrella which encompasses a variety of programs to help inspire the community to achieve their dreams including: OUTright Community Center, Food Pantry, Pet Pantry Accessible Resources in Action (ARIA), HIV and AIDS counseling and testing and Caring Through Education.
OUTright Community Center
The OUTright Community Center provides a safe and healthy environment for El Paso area gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, questioning, queer, intersex, ally and a-sexual youth through education, awareness and advocacy.
The Transitional Center for LGBTQ Youth
The Transitional Center’s provides a sanctuary for LGBTQ youth and young adults experiencing homelessness or at-risk of neglect or abuse. The Drop-In Center provides meals, showers, clothing, HIV support, mental health services, and case management. The street outreach program distributes safer-sex supplies, offers harm-reduction focused HIV/STI prevention information, delivers food, and provides referrals. The community-based outreach program trains schools, community centers, religious organizations, and other entities that work with LGBTQ youth to ensure that they are providing LGBTQ sensitive care and to increase cultural competence among these providers.
Lambert House – Seattle
Lambert House is a safe place for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and questioning (LGBTQ) youth ages 22 and under. Our calendar is packed with fun activities, support groups, planning meetings, dances, and other events. Lambert House is where LGBTQ youth make life better for each other.
Gay City – Seattle
Gay City is an organization that provides free HIV and STI testing, arts outreach, and community building opportunities for members of the LGBTQ community. Gay City’s Wellness Center, LGBTQ Resource & Referral Program, Gay City Volunteer Crew, and Gay City Arts provide multiple ways for our community to gather, connect, find voice and serve.
Seattle Counseling Service
Seattle Counseling Service is a community based organization that has been dedicated to promoting health and wellness within the LGBTQ community for 45 years. We are committed to providing accessible services, offering a sliding fee scale in addition to accepting Medicaid and many insurance plans.
Rainbow Center – Tacoma
Through education, advocacy, and celebration, the Rainbow Center expands resources and safe space for the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and allied (LGBTQA) community.
Gay & Lesbian Counseling of Seattle
We are Gay and Lesbian Counseling of Seattle: an intentional and diverse community of lesbian, transgender, and gay counselors. Our goal is to contribute resources back into our community that are flexible enough to meet the broad spectrum of LGBTQ needs. Based on our own personal and professional experience, our mission is to join with LGBTQ individuals in their process around identity, transition, relationship, work and community involvement as well as the myriad forms of sexuality, intimacy, spirituality, addictions, grief and loss.
Entre Hermanos – Seattle
Entre Hermanos specifically focuses on gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgendered individuals within the Latin community. The organization ties the two communities together by first and foremost providing information. Members strive to create an environment that foster leaders for the future and encourage all participants to actively partake in human-rights movements and political/social change. Entre Hermanos also provides free confidential HIV and STI exams to gay Latino men.
The Gender Alliance of the South Sound – Olympia
The Gender Alliance of the South Sound is a federal 501(c)(3) non-profit group dedicated to assisting the transgender community within the South Puget Sound area of Washington state. G.A.S.S. is open to all individuals who wish to learn more about their own unique inner self, and to meet and mingle with others who are likewise on this voyage of discovery. We welcome anyone upon the vast transgender spectrum: crossdressers, transsexuals (M-to-F and F-to-M), intersexed individuals, as well as spouses, significant others, friends and family. Not only is G.A.S.S. a great venue for meeting new friends, we can help steer you in the right direction for whatever resources you may need to continue your transgender pathway efficiently and safely.
Stonewall Youth – Olympia
Stonewall Youth is an organization of youth, activists, and allies that empowers lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, queer, questioning, intersex, and asexual (LGBTQQIA) youth to speak for themselves, educate their communities, and support each other. Stonewall Youth’s work is rooted in social justice and anti-oppression values. We address the root causes of oppression while providing access to services and experiences that alleviate the stresses of marginalization.
Lifelong AIDS Alliance – Seattle
Lifelong is a community health organization committed to empowering people living with or at risk of HIV and/or other chronic conditions to lead healthier lives. Lifelong offers HIV/STI testing, health education, youth outreach, and support with housing, transportation, food insecurity, insurance, dental care, drug abuse/addiction recovery, and case management.
AIDS Housing Association of Tacoma
Provides people living with HIV/AIDS a circle of caring that empowers them to stabilize their health and to maintain diverse housing options through support services, life skills education, and in home professional.
Seattle Area Support Groups
Seattle Area Support Groups (SASG) is a non-profit corporation that cultivates powerful, healthy lives by providing peer emotional support and development services to the LGBTQ community and their allies embracing issues of mental health, chemical and behavioral addiction, and chronic illness.
Ingersoll Gender Center – Seattle
Ingersoll Gender Center is an organization of, by, and for transgender and gender diverse people that provides mutual support through peer led support groups, advocacy in navigating resources, community organizing, and education — all in the pursuit of our collective self-determination.
Gender Justice League – Seattle
Gender Justice League is a Washington State gender and sexuality civil and human rights organization headquartered in Seattle, Washington. In 2012 GJL was started by a group of long time trans, queer, and allied activists who were looking to increase the community’s capacity to address cissexism, transphobia, transmisogyny and homo, bi, and queer phobias that trans, and gender diverse people face. Gender Justice League has focused on elevating civil and human rights for trans and gender diverse people by creating community through advocacy efforts and shared leadership development.
People of Color Against AIDS Network – King County
Established in 1987, POCAAN is a multicultural, multi-social service agency serving marginalized communities in Seattle and greater King County. For many years our work has been rooted in HIV/AIDS prevention, but it has grown with the understanding that related issues such as substance abuse, incarceration, homelessness, sexually transmitted diseases, racism, sexism and homophobia also contribute to community marginalization and health disparities.
Center for MultiCultural Health – Seattle
The Center for MultiCultural Health’s mission is to promote the health and well-being of diverse communities–including individuals from communities of color, individuals with limited English proficiency, immigrants and refugees–through innovative health advocacy, health promotion, disease prevention, and immigrant and refugee service programs.
Lavender Rights Project – Seattle
Lavender Rights Project specializes in direct legal services to members of the trans & queer Community. Lavender Rights Project offers potential clients a free 30 minute consultation.
Seattle Bisexual Women’s Network – Seattle
We are a group of self-identified adult women & genderqueer folks from diverse backgrounds working to create a feminist bisexual support network. We are focused on support & advocacy for women & genderqueer folks in the greater bi+ community of Seattle and the Pacific Northwest.
Emerald City Trans Social Group – Seattle
We are an all inclusive social and educational organization for the transgender community in Seattle, Washington. We welcome all transgender expressions and identities.
Odyssey Youth Movement – Spokane
Odyssey Youth Movement promotes equity for LGBTQ+ youth in the Inland Northwest through youth-driven programs and community education. This organization also provides for LGBTQ+ youth through a series of resources hand selected and approved by Odyssey Youth Movement.
LGBT Spokane is a great resource if you are looking for community establishments that are LGBT friendly. The website includes community organizations, GSAs at local schools, LGBT events, a Trans friendly map, and more!
OutSpokane promotes and empowers visible diversity for Spokane’s Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer/Questioning and Allied (GLBTQA) citizens. Through supportive education and the annual collaborative production of the area’s family-friendly Pride Parade and Rainbow Festival, we provide progressive cultural opportunities and experiences for the greater Inland Northwest community. Primary resource for Pride Parade in Spokane.
National LGBT Health Education Center
The National LGBT Health Education Center provides free online education and teaching materials about LGBT health topics, including modules, webinars, CME/CEU courses, and grand rounds.
World Professional Association for Transgender Health
The World Professional Association for Transgender Health (WPATH) provides standards for transgender healthcare through the Standards of Care (SOC) resource, a clinical guide for health professionals to assist transgender and gender nonconforming people with effective approaches to primary care, mental health, hormone therapy, surgery, and other health services.
Center of Excellence for Transgender Health
The Center of Excellence (CoE) for Transgender Health at the University of California, San Francisco provides clinical manuals and guides for health professions, including the “Guidelines for the Primary and Gender-Affirming Care of Transgender and Gender Nonbinary People” resource. The CoE also offers free online learning modules, brochures, and fact sheets about various aspects of transgender health.
Gay and Lesbian Medical Association
The Gay and Lesbian Medical Association (GLMA) provides a free cultural competence four-part webinar series about the healthcare of LGBT individuals.
Human Rights Campaign Foundation
The Human Rights Campaign (HRC) Foundation provides free online education and CME/CEU credits in LGBT patient-centered care to healthcare facilities that are active in the current HRC Healthcare Equality Index survey.
Group for the Advancement of Psychiatry
The Group for the Advancement of Psychiatry provides an LGBT mental health syllabus that contains free modules about working with LGBT patients.
Veterans Health Administration
The Veterans Health Administration provides two online education webinars about health topics concerning LGBT veterans.
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