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Identity, Inc.


Statewide helpline, community center, resources and support groups for transgender and genderqueer adults, youth and elders, statewide advocacy, and events such as Alaska Pridefest.

Boise Pridefest

Boise Pridefest celebrates and encourages positive diversity by educating people through the development of activities that showcase the history, accomplishments, and talents of its LGBT communities.

Atlanta Gay Chamber

The AGLCC promotes the economic growth and advancement of LGBT and allied business members, its non-profit organizational members, and its corporate partners and their employees through advocacy, leadership, education, and support.

Winnebago County Health Department: Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Health


The health department offers a resource page dedicated to educating and supporting the health of LGBT residents. One can find local resources, gay-straight alliance groups, and general resources.

Moab Pride

This non-profit organization fosters understanding, acceptance, and support for the LGBTQ community living in Moab and South Eastern Utah. They organize the Pride Festival. They've begun to partner with the Moab Valley Multicultural Center that has offered a drop-in location. Both organizations seek to serve the needs of often-overlooked minorities within their community.

OutCentral: Greater Nashville’s LGBT Center


OutCentral is a volunteer-run, non-profit center that offers meeting spaces for the LGBTQ community. Their programming includes conferences, concerts, lectures, readings, theater, film, community forums, panel discussions, and workshops.

The Vermont Community Foundation The Samara Fund


The Samara Fund’s mission is to improve the quality of life of Vermont’s lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender citizens. The fund can help individuals and families who want to support LGBTQ cause now and into the future, or nonprofit organizations that benefit the LGBTQ community by providing grants to help sustain their mission.

Vermont Diversity Health Project


The VDHP seeks to improve the health and wellness of LGBTQ Vermonters by building bridges between health care provider sand LGBTQ people throughout the state. The project helps patients identify friendly, supportive, and effective healthcare providers, and it offers training and support to enhance providers' skills in working with LGBTQ people.

West Virginia Systems of Care


This organization offers an LGBTQ resource page with recommended learning tools, state and national hotlines and resources, disparity data and definitions of terms used to define the population, and a clickable map to link visitors to resources in their counties.

Lambert House


This center is a safe place for LGBTQ and questioning youth ages 22 and under. It seeks to empower youth through the development of leadership, social, and life skills. One can find fun activities, support groups, planning meetings, dances, and other events on its site. The center offers informal mentoring, outdoor recreation, HIV prevention education, and an LGBT library. They also have a Facebook page.

Roanoke Diversity Center

540-491-4165 or 540-537-2568

This center serves the LGBTQ community in Roanoke by offering social events, educational opportunities, advocacy, health education and informal chat groups, formal counselor-led support groups, and on-line co-branded support groups in partnership with the National LGBT Cancer Network. They also hold an annual Diversity Summer Camp.

The DC Center for the LGBT Community


The DC Center works on four core areas of concern: health and wellness, arts and culture, social and support services, and advocacy and community building. They offer a group directory and business and professional service directories; a speakers bureau; a cyber center; a lending library; and meeting spaces. The website also posts a calendar

Washington Blade


This is the website that corresponds with the district's LGBTQ newspaper by the same name. The site offers local, national, and world news, opinion, arts and entertainment, a lifestyle section, sections on health and sports, and an event calendar. There is also a business directory and a portal for advertising with the newspaper.

Our Family Coalition

Support groups, social groups, advocacy


A resource directory, a community event calendar, volunteer and community building opportunities, and educational programs.

Ten Percent Society

Though founded at a university, this organization is the oldest LGBTQ organization in the Grand Forks area, and serves the greater Grand Forks community. The organization works on legal protections for LGBTQ people in the community. There is an events announcement sidebar on the page for local events.


This is a resource page offering links to LGBTQ nonprofits, transgender resources, community HIV/AIDS resources, North Carolina and national specialized LGBTQ organizations and resources and many other groups and services.

Alaskans together for Equality

(907) 382-6153

Statewide educational and advocacy organization for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender Alaskans.

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