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The DC Center for the LGBT Community

www.thedccenter.org

202-682-2245

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

LGBT Community Center of Greater Cleveland

www.lgbtcleveland.org

216-651-5428

This community center provides programming for youth and young adults, transgender individuals, and seniors, and offers discussion groups, senior programming, an internship program, and programming for health and wellness.

The Welcoming Project

www.thewelcomingproject.org

405-887-7000

This project seeks to encourage visible support in the Norman, OK business community by encouraging businesses to post rainbow "All Are Welcome" signs. It also offers scholarships to undergraduates and graduate students who make significant contributions to LGBTQ activism, and holds social events.

Queer Eugene

www.queereugene.com

This is a webpage that offers many links to local LGBTQ groups and resources specific to trans, teens, elders, and businesses as well as such concerns as Alcoholics Anonymous, civil rights, crime prevention, gender studies, HIV studies, and so on. One can also connect to social events and organizations through the page.

Dignity Coalition

humandignityco.wordpress.com

The Human Dignity Coalition works to advance and safeguard human rights. They promote equality for the LGBTQ and allied community in Central Oregon. Their programs include a Queer Youth Space and space for Gay-Straight Alliance Support, and a support group for transgender individuals. They also participate in local Pride Week activities. Their website also offers a resources page with links to Oregon and other groups.

Out and About Nashville

outandaboutnashville.com

615-246-2787

This is the online version of a print publication by the same name. This resource offers news, community events listings, arts and entertainment news, a lifestyle section, and a gay guide.

Hatch Youth

www.hatchyouth.org

713-529-3590

Hatch Youth is dedicated to empowering Houston-area lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, questioning, intersex, asexual and allied (LGBTQIA) adolescents ages 13-20. Their activities include meetings, a radio show, a prom, a Safe Zones Project, and Remix, a project dedicated to identifying and assisting homeless and at-risk LGBTQIA teens and young adults living in the Houston area.

Gay Salt Lake

gaysaltlake.com

801-649-6663, xt. 1

This website corresponds to a printed publication by the same name. QSaltLake is Utah's gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, and ally news and entertainment magazine. The magazine prints monthly and its online version is regularly updated with news, events, and other resources. They publish the Q Pages directory.

Gay CVille

www.gaycville.org

This website serves as a resource for events and information for the Charlottesville Gay and Lesbian Community. There is a list of a wide variety of services and organizations, and an events calendar.

Cascades Rainbow Community Center

cascaderainbow.org

The center offers a safe, supportive, and fun environment for Mount Vernon-area LGBTQ people. The center is also home to the largest collection of LGBTQ books, newspapers, and magazines in Skagit County. One can also find other LGBTQ resources listed for Skagit County.

Rainbow Community Center

www.rccwv.org

304-622-9RCC (622-9722)

The center provides public education, visibility, and services "for, by, and about the rainbow community in North Central West Virginia." Their webpage has a list of services, a calendar, a newsletter, and other links. The center has a resource library and offers networking and socialization opportunities, coalition building, a visiblity proect, and consultant and advisory services, and advocacy services.

Burgundy Crescent Volunteers

www.burgundycrescent.org

This organization is a source of volunteers for local and national gay and gay-friendly community organizations in the Washington, DC area. They also bring gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender singles and couples together for volunteer activities that are social in nature. Their website offers a calendar of volunteer opportunities, a merchandise shop, and a photo gallery.

The Center STL

www.lgbtcenterstl.org

1-888-350-4477

This is a virtual resource center seeking new physical space. The website lists all the programming that will resume once the center settles into a new, and larger, space. The center is a safe and welcoming space for LGBTQ, questioning, intersex, and allied people of the Gateway City and its surroundings. Its online calendar still shows events that are current.

The Rainbow Times

www.therainbowtimesmass.com

617-444-9618 or 413-282-8881

This is the web companion to a print publication. the Rainbow Times is a minority owned publication–half Hispanic, 100% gay. Rainbow Times is a liaison that increases awareness of LGBT issues and serves as a vehicle to unify and strengthen the communities throughout the New England region while providing quality news to its diverse readers.

The Downeast Pride Alliance

www.depabusiness.com

207-772-3599 or toll free 800-772-5969

This is a casual business networking group open to LGBTQ business people and their allies. The web page describes the organization's mission, has a photo gallery, and a list of sponsors.

Gay Portland Maine

www.gayportlandme.com

This website offers listings of "gay-owned," "gay-friendly," and "gay ok" businesses and services in Portland, ME

New Orleans Official Guide

www.neworleansonline.com

(504) 566-5003 or (800) 672-6124.

This page offers links to LGBTQ organizations in New Orleans.

Your Family, Friends and Neighbors

www.yffn.org

This organization provides gender identity and sexual orientation advocacy for Idaho. One can learn about Queer Television, a Tri-States transgender group, a parenting group, and a youth group. Pride events are also listed here.

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