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Utah Pride: Your Community Center
801-539-8800 and toll free: 888-874-2743
The center offers health and wellness programs and support groups, and programs for youth and transgender individuals. It also engages in political advocacy and cultural competency training, and engages in coalition work with other LGBTQ groups.
Affirmation LGBT Mormons Families & Friends
Affirmation supports LGBTQ/SSA Mormons and their families, friends, and church leader with the goal of helping them lead productive lives consistent with their faith or heritage. They offer a loving, inclusive community, encourage spirituality and empower LGBTQ/SSA Mormons to make valuable contributions within and outside the church. They organize gatherings, international conferences, offer information resources, and work toward dialogue with the church. There are specific programs for coming out, therapy, suicide prevention and awareness, homelessness, health, and many other areas.
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.
Gay Salt Lake
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.