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PFLAG is the original ally organization for parents, families, and friends of LGBTQ people.  PFLAG supports LGBTQ people and their families through community education and advocacy. PFLAG fights for equal rights of LGBTQ people, including youth’s right to safe and inclusive schools.

pflag.org (national)
pflagarizona.org (local)


GLBT National Help Center

Serves LGBTQ youth and adults with free, confidential peer support and resource referral. The help center provides support on topics such as coming out, relationships, bullying, and safer sex. They have separate hotlines for youth and elders. They also keep a comprehensive resource and referral list called “GLBT Near Me.” Visitors can type in their zip code and the number of miles they are able to travel to find community centers, support groups, and other LGBTQ-serving organizations near them. 

For the youth talkline (for those 25 or younger), call Toll-free 1-800-246-PRIDE (1-800-246-7743). Hours are Monday thru Friday from 1pm to 9pm, pacific time; and Saturday from 9am to 2pm, pacific time. Email: [email protected]

They also maintain an online peer-support chat center, where LGBTQ people can have one-on-one support from peer volunteers. Online chat is available Monday through Friday, 1pm to 9pm, pacific time, and Saturday from 9am to 2pm, pacific time.

www.glbthotline.org (Main Site with links to chat and talklines)
www.glbtnearme.org (Resource Database)


GSA Network

A GSA is a school club that allows LGBTQ and straight students to support each other and advocate for safe schools. While these used to be called “Gay-Straight Alliances”, GSA now stands for “Genders & Sexualities Alliance” to be more inclusive.  The GSA network connects clubs like these all over the U.S., and provides resources to youth and adults interested in starting their own GSA.



Gender Spectrum

Gender Spectrum helps to create gender sensitive and inclusive environments for all children and teens. They provide resources for parents, families, and youth, as well as for youth serving professionals and faith leaders. The site includes a “lounge” for teens and parents to connect, and hosts a monthly call-in support group for parents and caregivers. 



Trevor Project        

Trevor Project is a suicide prevention hotline for LGBTQ youth dealing with sexual identity.
Text "Trevor" to 1.202.304.1200. Text is available Th/F between 12:00 pm - 6:00 pm (PT).
Online chat is available 7 days a week between 12:00 pm - 6:00 pm (PT).

Visit trevorspace.org for online support in a community forum.

Phone: 310.271.8845
Toll Free: 866.488.7386
Email: [email protected]



Family Acceptance Project

The Family Acceptance Project is a project of San Francisco State University. This site is research focused and oriented towards family-serving professionals. The Family Acceptance Project works to prevent health and mental health risks for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) children and youth, including suicide, homelessness and HIV – in the context of their families, cultures and faith communities. They use a research-based, culturally grounded approach to help ethnically, socially and religiously diverse families support their LGBT children.

The “Publications” link contains family education including “Supportive Families, Healthy Children” in English, Spanish, and Chinese, as well as a faith-based version for LDS families.

They also publish videos for families including Families are Forever and Always My Son (English and Spanish).



COLAGE (Children of Lesbians and Gays Everywhere)

COLAGE unites people with lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and/or queer parents into a network of peers and supports them as they nurture and empower each other.



Lambda Legal        

Lambda Legal fights for the civil rights of LGBTQ people and people with HIV.

Phone: 212.809.8585
Toll Free: 866.542.8336



Transgender Law Center

The transgender law center works to change law, policy, and attitudes so that all people can live safely, authentically, and free from discrimination regardless of their gender identity or expression. They have resources for youth on changing legal documents, suicide prevention, and on school inclusiveness and safety. They also host the Truth project, a national storytelling campaign that aims to build empathy for transgender people.



(AVEN) Asexual Visibility & Education Network        

Online support, community, and information on asexuality.

Email: [email protected]



It Gets Better Project        

The It Gets Better Project is a community-driven video movement to support LGBTQ youth.

Phone: 323.782.4934
Email: [email protected]



Lead with Love        

This is a 35 minute online video to help parents who have recently learned their child is LGBTQ. The documentary follows four different families going through this process.



National LGBTQ Task Force        

The Task Force is a national LGBTQ civil rights and advocacy organization.

Phone: 202.393.5177



Accord Alliance        

The Accord Alliance offers support and education about intersexuals and DSD (disorders of sex development, a medical term for nonstandard genitals). There is a handbook for parents.

Phone: 908.349.0534



InterACT - Advocates For Intersex Youth

InterACT advocates for the rights of children born intersex.

Phone: 707.793.1190



Refuge Restrooms

Map and indexes for unisex and other safe restrooms for transgender, intersex and gender nonconforming individuals.

Email: [email protected]



Camp Aranu'tiq        

An overnight camp for families, and transgender and gender-variant youth ages 8 to 18.

Phone: 617.467.5830



In a Bind (Youth Binder Program)

In a Bind is run by the TransActive Gender Center. Trans youth under 19 who cannot afford a binder can apply to receive a free one. 

Email: [email protected]



National Center for Transgender Equality        

The National Center for Transgender Equality fights for civil rights and justice for transgender people. They have information on understanding transgender issues and advocacy, as well as sections on knowing your rights and how to change your ID.

Phone: 202.903.0112
Email: [email protected]



Purple Cap Brigade        

Provides financial assistance for binders, breast forms, packers and wigs.



Camp Fire        

Inclusive camping for all youth. Not LGBTQ specific but welcoming.

Email: [email protected]



FTM Essentials Free Youth Binder Giveaway

This is a monthly drawing for a free binder for youth under the age of 24.

Phone: 773.271.1219
Email: [email protected]



Rainbow Rumpus        

Online magazine for kids with LGBTQ parents.

Phone: 952.447.1977
Email: [email protected]



Desi LGBTQ Helpline

Desi LGBTQ hotline for South Asian individuals, families and friends.

Phone: 908.367.3374
Email: [email protected]


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