LGBTQ Community Resources

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Gay_Pride_Flag.svgThe brochure Do Ask, Do Tell: Talking to your healthcare provider about being LGBTQ is a great start for LGBTQ youth to feel empowered to talk to their healthcare provider. It also contains a list of helpful hotlines.

The Gay and Lesbian Medical Association (GLMA) provides a Find a Provider Directory to find a gay-friendly healthcare provider in your area.

Advocates for Youth has a section on LGBTQ issues, including a section for Health Professionals.

The African American Office of Gay Concerns serves as a resource for the well-being of Gay men of color, inclusive of, but not limited to the gay, bisexual, transgendered and questioning communities, through outreach, education and compassionate care.

Exploring your sexual orientation and/or gender identity can bring up a lot of feelings and questions. The Coming Out Handbook helps individuals explore their identity, think about what it might be like to share their identity with others, and provide them with tools and guiding questions to help them think about what coming out means to them.

The Trevor Project provides information & support to LGBTQ young people 24/7, all year round.