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Jim Toy Community Center


This community center is a resource for the LGBTQ and allied residents of Ann Arbor, Ypsilanti, and greater Washtenaw County. It provides information, education, social events, and advocacy by and for the Queer and Ally community in the Washtenaw County area. One can find a calendar, information on groups and legislative events, and other social events.

Saint Paul Public Schools Office of Equity


The St. Paul Public Schools website offers this resource on queer youth social events, news, advocacy events, and other happenings. There is a calendar on the site. One can also read the school's gender inclusion policy.

The Center Project

This is an LGBTQ center serving mid-Missouri. It has an online calendar and promotes various events on its home page. There is a place on the website to sign up to volunteer to serve in the areas of facilities, development, programming and outreach, communications, and personnel and volunteer. They also have a Facebook page.

Camp: Kansas City’s Voice for the LGBT and Allied Communities


This website mirrors a print publication in Kansas City and offers links to the magazine's news, columns, letters and editorials, and arts and entertainment sections. There is also a link to LGBTQIA Youth resources, a blog, a business director, a calendar, a directory, and other resources.

UM Allies


A page devoted to on-campus University of Montana and more general resources for LGBTQ people, particularly women.

The Western Montana LGBTIQ Community Center


A supportive social network for LGBTIQ people of Western Montana. The center offers and advertises social events, health (including HIV), safety, parenting, and legal advice.

Rainbow Outreach LGBT Center


They are publishers of the Gayzette, an LGBTQ newspaper; a resource page for a variety of LGBTQ resources and LGBTQ-friendly churches; web access, meeting space, and a library of more than 2,000 titles.

The Center: Serving the LGBTQ Community of Nevada


The Center offers social and support groups for youth, seniors, trans people and other gender non-conforming individuals; health and wellness programs, HIV and STD testing, a cafe, a lending library, an internet access center, a youth drop-in center, meeting space, and continuing educational opportunitiest through the University of Nevada, Las Vegas

Las Vegas Pride

(866) 930-3336

This website promotes the Las Vegas pride parade and festivities but it also provides links to helpful information on organizations and other events that are created by and/or for LGBTQ people.

GLBT Student Support Services: Library


The Indiana University GLBT library is open the entire community and anyone can be a patron of the library. The library houses materials pertaining to asexual, bisexual, gay, intersex, lesbian, transgender, and queer issues.The resources include books, videos, CDs, and periodicals.

Indiana Youth Group


Indiana Youth Group provides safe places and confidential environments where self-identified lesbians, gay, bisexual, transgender, and questioning youth are empowered through programs, support services, social and leadership opportunities and community service. IYG advocates on behalf of the LGBTQ community in schools, in the community, and through family support services.

Lexington Fairness

(859) 951-8565

This organization works to achieve equal rights under the law, acceptance, and fairness for LGBTQ people in Central Kentucky through local community action, grassroots advocacy, network-building, and educational outreach. They organize a bullying prevention campaign called Project Speak Out.

The Frederick Center for Diversity in a Changing World

This center supports, educates, links, organizes, and provides outreach to the LGBTQ community of Central Maryland. Their site offers links to LGBTQ and general resources, emergency help, local LGBTQ-friendly businesses, and the center's programming. They offer a calendar, a news resource, a Frederick Pride link, and a photo album. There is also a related youth page on Facebook.

True Colors Sexual Minorities Youth and Family Services

(860) 232-0050

True Colors is a non-profit organization that works with other social service agencies, schools, organizations, and within communities to ensure that the needs of sexual and gender minority youth are both recognized and competently met. The organization trains more than 2400 people annually, organizes the largest LGBT youth conference in the country with more than 2000 attendees and manages the state’s only LGBT mentoring program.

Reproductive Medicine Associates of Connecticut

(203) 750-7400

Fertility Clinic that has a program for "GayParentsToBe", which address the challenges same-sex couples and LGBT solo parents face when building their families.

Just for youth

1-877-4DE-JUST (433-5878)

Provides a safe space for sexual and gender minority youth. Offers cultural competency trainings, referrals to mental health and emergency shelter services, informational sessions on issues faced by genderqueer youth, HIV testing and other health resources.

The Rainbow Chorale


Community chorus that provides LGBTQ folk and their allies the chance to perform high quality music.

Youth Pride Alliance


The organization hosts Youth Pride Day, provides leadership training and facilitates intergenerational partnerships.

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