Resource Referral

For more than 20 years, Gay City has compiled and updated a listing of businesses, organizations, and providers that offer LGBTQ-focused services or goods. Feel free to call 206-323-LGBT or visit us in person for a trained volunteer to help point you to the resources for you.

Seattle Bisexual Women’s Network

https://biseattle.wixsite.com/sbwn

We are a group of self-identified adult women & genderqueer folks from diverse backgrounds working to create a feminist bisexual support network. We offer a peer-facilitated monthly support group in Seattle, WA. We are focused on support & advocacy for women and genderqueer folks in the greater bi+ community of Seattle and the Pacific Northwest.

Soulforce

http://www.soulforce.org/

The purpose of Soulforce is freedom for LGBT people from religious and political oppression through the practice of relentless nonviolent resistance.

ReconcilingWorks: Lutherans for Full Participation

http://www.reconcilingworks.org/
651-665-0861

ReconcilingWorks: Lutherans for Full Participation advocates for the full inclusion of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender Lutherans in all aspects of the life of their Church and congregations. We provide a place of comfort and safety. We reach out to teach that Christ’s message, the Gospel, is for everyone equally. We advocate for systemic change in policy and practice in church and society, working to alleviate not only the painful symptoms of oppression but also to eliminate its root causes.

Kolenu: Seattle’s LGBT Young Adult Group

http://kolenuseattle.blogspot.com/

We are an inclusive community for LGBTQ Jews in Seattle. Kolenu strives to create an atmosphere where queer identified people from a wide spectrum of Jewish backgrounds can feel comfortable. Our programming is geared towards LGBTQ Jews in their 20’s and 30’s, but we frequently hold events that are open to the entire community.

Gay Christians

http://www.gaychristians.org/

An Internet network of affirmative and supportive chat channels. Draws support from a great variety of faith traditions. Promotes God’s acceptance and love of all people, regardless of their sexual or affectional orientation.

Evangelicals Concerned

http://www.ecwr.org/

For over 34 years Evangelicals Concerned has provided a safe place for gay Christians to accept their sexuality and reconcile their Christian faith with their sexuality.

All Pilgrims Christian Church

http://allpilgrims.org/
(206) 322-0487

We are a progressive, Christian church located in the Capitol Hill neighborhood of Seattle. We are affiliated with both the United Church of Christ and Disciples of Christ, and are an open and affirming congregation.

OUT There Adventures

http://www.outthereadventures.org/

OUT There Adventures (OTA) is a 501(c)(3) adventure education organization committed to fostering positive identity development, individual empowerment and improved quality of life for queer youth/young adults and their peer allies through professionally facilitated experiential education activities.

PACER’s National Bullying Prevention Center

http://www.pacer.org/bullying/

PACER’s National Bullying Prevention Center actively leads social change so that bullying is no longer considered an accepted childhood rite of passage. They provide innovative resources for students, parents, educators and recognizes bullying as a serious community issue that impacts education, physical and emotional health, and the safety and well-being of students.

GSA Network

http://www.gsanetwork.org/

Gay-Straight Alliance Network is a national youth leadership organization that connects GSAs to each other and community resources through peer-support, leadership development, and training.

GLSEN – Washington

http://www.glsenwa.org/

GLSEN is an education organization creating safe schools for all lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people. GLSEN is the only national organization that brings together a wide variety of people who actively care about ending homophobia in the schools. Everyone (regardless of occupation or sexual orientation) is welcome to get involved with GLSEN.

Youth Eastside Services

http://www.youtheastsideservices.org/services/index.php?page=BGLAD%2FLGBTQ&section=Services&page_id=18
425.747.4937

YES offers one-to-one counseling for youth who want to discuss their sexual and/or gender identity. Youth may self-refer and will be helped regardless of their or their family’s ability to pay. We accept Medicaid/Medical Coupons, most insurance plans and we offer a sliding fee scale based on family income. For a confidential inquiry, call our intake office at 425.747.4937.

Support Group for Families of Trans Individuals

425-205-1484

Meets the 2nd Sunday of the month from 4-5:30pm in a private office setting in Bellevue, WA. The group is facilitated by Patrica Peterson, MA, LMHCA. Contact Patricia at forestwindsandwaters@gmail.com. A brief intake appointment is required.

Seattle Counseling Service

http://www.seattlecounseling.org/mental-health-counseling/
(206) 323-1768

SCS provides an array of mental health services for members of the LGBTQ community and their significant others. We help individuals and families with everything from single episode to mild to severe persistent mental illness. We provide crisis intervention, case management, individual and family therapy for LGBTQ youth and the children of LGBTQ parents.

Navos Children Youth and Family Resources

http://www.navos.org/outpatient-programs/children-youth-families
206-248-8226

By helping children, teens and their families discover their resilience and capacity for recovery, we foster healing and hope. In schools, in homes, and in children’s care centers, we help young people and their families overcome the effects of poverty, violence, mental illness, and substance abuse. Our counselors provide a range of culturally appropriate therapies, including family therapy, play therapy for younger children, and both individual and group therapy for older children and teens.

Kent Youth and Family Services

http://www.kyfs.org/
(253) 859-0300

Provides professional counseling, education and support services to children, youth and their families in our community, developing innovative programs that meet the evolving challenges of our diverse community in culturally sensitive ways.

Inspire Youth Project

http://inspireyouthproject.org/
(206) 628-8949

Formerly Rise n’ Shine – the mission of Inspire Youth Project is to provide the missing social and emotional links for at-risk children. Our goal is to create an emotionally and socially healthy child, a child who will grow and contribute to our society rather than be dependent. We inspire them to dream and give them a springboard to attain those dreams. They are inspired to have hope.

Project Q – API Chaya

http://apichaya.org/index.php/what-we-do/queer-network-program/72-project-q

Project Q is an arts-based youth group for Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Queer Intersex and Asexual (LGBTQIA) people of color and allies. Come share and learn about the issues that impact our queer communities of color via the arts and media making. The project includes: connecting with other LGBTQIA and allied youths, sharing your experience and stories through the arts, digital storytelling and other forms of media, developing and practicing skills for building health relationships and boundary setting, and learning about LGBTQIA representations in our cultures of origin and in contemporary communities of color.

Reel Queer Youth

http://www.threedollarbillcinema.org/programs/RQY

Reel Queer Youth is a video production and media literacy training for LGBTQ youth and their allies ages 13-20. Use professional camera and editing equipment to express yourself in a safe, open, and fun environment with a team of professional filmmakesr and mentors. Working in small groups, you will complete a short film.

Voices in Power (VIP) Project- NW Network

http://www.nwnetwork.org/youth-programs-and-activities/

This project offers a wide array of support to lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans youth (14-23) around issues of violence and crime, such as dating violence, bullying, hate violence, assault, exploitation, theft, police harassment and youth in the sex trades. Centering youth empowerment and self-determination, the VIP project works with queer and trans youth to develop healthy relationship skills and stronger support networks. The VIP program supports youth to increase their confidence and abilities to address and prevent future incidents of violence and crime.

Teen Feed

http://www.teenfeed.org/
(206) 522-4366

Teen Feed works with the community to offer support to meet basic needs, build strong relationships, and ally with homeless youth as they meet their future off the streets.

ROOTS

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ROOTS provides shelter and other essential services to homeless young adults. They build community, advocate for social justice, and foster dignity among low-income people. They also provide a free all-ages meal every Friday from 5:30-7pm

Sex, Etc.

http://www.sexetc.org/topic/lgbtq

Sex education for teens, by teens! Lots of teens are trying to figure out their sexual orientation and/or gender identity. Whether you’re lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender or questioning, here’s some info to help you get clear about who you are.

Peace for the Streets by Kids from the Streets

http://www.psks.org/
(206) 726-8500

Provides support and services to Seattle area homeless youth and young adults. Their committed efforts are targeted at providing stepping stones to transition youths from the streets to self-sufficiency and productive roles in community. They offer employment, case management, education, and advocacy services to youth and young adults 26 and under. Open hours are Monday 11am-4pm and Fridays 1-6pm, or by appointment. On Fridays from 4-7pm a case manager from PSKS goes to Lambert House to provide case management to GLBTQ homeless youth.

Young Adult Emergency Shelter (YAES)

206-374-0866
2711 3rd Ave, Seattle, WA 98121 (above Street Bean Espresso)

Shelter for 18 young adults, 18-23 years old, who are in good standing with New Horizons Sunday-Thursday nights, 9:30pm-7:30am (Breakfast at 8am) YYA can put their name on the list before 8pm on the day they need shelter. They can do this during drop-in or by calling the main NH line: 206.374.0866. If they’re calling on Sunday or after business hours, they can leave a message on the shelter line–extension 209 (the voicemail will prompt this option). In the case of more names than beds, we will do a lottery at 8pm. YYA can call after 8pm to see if they have a spot. First-time guests are encouraged to come during drop-in (7-9p, Sun-Thurs) to do an intake for shelter.

P.O.W.! (Proud, Out and Wonderful!)

https://www.facebook.com/proudoutwonderful
(206)326-9103

POW! is a weekly confidential group which provides safe space for LGBTQ and allied youth and young adults ages 13-21 to build community and promote social justice through empowerment, leadership and advocacy in South King County. Join us for our weekly group and community events. POW! is a community wellness service of Navos Mental Health Solutions.

SnoGLOBE Equality Alliance

http://www.globeyouth.com/links.php
(425) 280-6508

A Snohomish group working to promote equality, acceptance, support, and resources for GLBTQ youth, adults and allies.

Youth Eastside Services (BGLAD) 

http://www.youtheastsideservices.org/services/06_01_bglad.php
(425) 747-4937

B-GLAD is a drop-in support group open to kids ages 13 to 19 who may identify themselves as lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender or who may be questioning their sexuality. Co-facilitated by trained professionals, the B-GLAD group enables youth to meet their peers, share common concerns, ask questions in a safe environment, and receive information and support in a professional setting that encourages responsible decision-making.

Oasis Youth Center

http://oasisyouthcenter.org/
(253) 671-2838

Oasis strives to enhance and sustain the health and well-being of Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer and Questioning (GLBTQ) youth by providing activities, programs and services that support and empower youth, create healthy community, provide essential resources, promote cultural diversity and advocate for civil rights.

Lambert House 

http://www.lamberthouse.org/
(206) 322-2515

A resource and activity center for gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender and questioning youth ages 14-22.

The Transgender Group is a weekly discussion and support group that gathers in the library. See the calendar page for the current day and time. Facilitated by transgendered adults, this group provides a chance for youth who have questions or are exploring their gender identity, or who identify as transgendered, to get to talk with adults and other youth about their experiences, feelings, and issues. This long-standing group is one of the very few transgender youth discussion groups anywhere in the world and is one example of how Lambert House is an international leader in LGBTQ youth support.

Queer Young Females Group is a discussion/support group that meets weekly in the library. Topics range from family issues to school happenings to like/lust/love relationships. All queer females welcome. Respect for others’ personal experiences and ideas is required, as well as respect for their privacy. Come discuss how smart, strong queer women live their lives.

Boy’s Group meets in the library each week; a volunteer conducts the meeting and youth take the opportunity to talk about issues that relate to their everyday lives.

Quest Youth Center

https://www.facebook.com/QuestYC/timeline

Formerly Vista Youth Center, Quest is the new LGBTQ youth center in Kennewick, the only center open and serving youth from the Mid-Columbia and surrounding areas.Quest seeks to educate, empower, advocate for, and build community for LGBTQ youth and young adults in the Mid-Columbia Basin of Washington state. They provide peer support, tutoring, and family-themed activities for those aged 14-30.

stopbullying.gov 

http://www.stopbullying.gov/at-risk/groups/lgbt/

Resource for addressing bullying, including links to cyberbullying information.

Teen Link

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866-833-6546

Do you need help and want to talk about something, but you’re really not sure who to call? Teen Link is a confidential, anonymous, and non-judgmental help line answered by teens from 6-10 PM 365 days a year. Teen volunteers are trained to listen to a caller’s concerns and talk to them about whatever is on their mind. No issue is too big or too small.

National Center for Transgender Equality

http://www.transequality.org/

The National Center for Transgender Equality is the nation’s leading social justice advocacy organization winning life-saving change for transgender people. NCTE was founded in 2003 by transgender activists who recognized the urgent need for policy change to advance transgender equality. With a committed board of directors, a volunteer staff of one, and donated office space, we set out to accomplish what no one had yet done: provide a powerful transgender advocacy presence in Washington, D.C. Today, NCTE has grown to a staff of 12 and works at the local, state, and federal level to change laws, policies and society.

Scarleteen

http://www.scarleteen.com/

An LGBTQ inclusive sex and sexuality education website for teens and twenty-somethings. It includes everything from blogs to question and answer pages to message boards.

Gender Spectrum 

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Gender Spectrum helps to create gender sensitive and inclusive environments for all children and teens.

Amplify – Youth Resource page

http://amplifyyourvoice.org/youthresource/queer-living

A webpage by and for LGBTQ young people. Full of resources and information from peer educators.

Transgender Law Center

http://transgenderlawcenter.org/

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.

Washington Gender Alliance

http://www.washingtongenderalliance.com/
(360) 445-2411

The Washington Gender Alliance is committed to the ideals of personal freedom and honest discovery in the matters of gender and gender identity. They seek to displace ignorance with education, intolerance with enlightenment, and fear with community in a comfortable and supportive environment.

Transgender Parents of Washington (T-POW)

http://www.t-pow.org/calendar-.html

Transgender parents of Washington (T-Pow) is a group of families that have parent(s) that are trans* or gender queer. We come together to share our stories and get to know one another. We create a space for our children to share time and experiences with one another; as well as participate in social activities. We talk about bigger systemic issues that face our community and act towards solutions. Please join us on this journey.

New BoyZ Club in Olympia

http://www.olympiaftmgroup.webs.com/

An Olympia, WA group who’s goal is to create a solid and supportive local Trans & Gender-Queer community that promotes health of mind, body, and spirit; to build a better understanding of ourselves and our personal process of development; to share resources, encourage each other to meet goals, and provide a safe and respectful space for our members.

Ingersoll Gender Center 

http://ingersollgendercenter.org/
206-849-7859

We’re an organization based in Seattle that supports transgender people and gender variant people towards growth and well being. Ingersoll provides support, education, advocacy and information resources for people interested in gender identity issues, and for service providers, employers, families and friends in order to promote understanding, awareness and acceptance of gender diversity.

Additonally, the last Thursday of each month, we’ve got a Book Club from 7-9pm at the Ingersoll Gender Center Trans*Space. This book club is for trans* identfied people and RSVP is required for this Book Club to kyle.ingersollgender@gmail.com.

In addition to our Wednesday support group, we have a Saturday Social group. This group meets at noon on Saturdays at the Ingersoll Gender Center Trans* Space (517 E Pike Street, lower floor Seattle, WA 98122) and is a time for socializing and getting to know other community members.

Gender Diversity’s Family Support Groups

Family Support Groups

If you are a family member who needs information and support regarding your child’s gender expression or identity, Gender Diversity can help. Our monthly support groups for parents and guardians began in 2008, making it the longest running and largest network of support groups in the country. Our groups meet at Seattle Children’s Hospital, the Polyclinic Madison Center, and a number of other locations throughout the greater Puget Sound area. Local group participants meet in person while other families participate from across the nation via our video support program.

Gender Alliance of South Sound

http://www.southsoundgender.com/
(253) 383-2318

Provides support, referral to resources, peer counseling and fellowship for individuals who are transgender, crossgender, intersex, androgyne, gender variant, crossdressers, or are involved in activities or expressions of gender identity or presentation divergent from their gender assigned at birth.

Communi-T

http://www.seattlecounseling.org/support-groups/
(206) 323-1768

Located at Seattle Counseling Service on Capitol Hill. A drop-in support and resource group for Trans, Non-Binary and Gender Non-Conforming Young Adults ages 18-26. This group seeks to provide support and resources to young people as they navigate both their gender transitions and their transition from teenage to adulthood. The group will focus on such topics as: gender dysphoria, managing mental health symptoms, accessing trans-affirming healthcare, how to get gender markers and names changed, housing access and housing discrimination, coming out in school or at work, finding community, and more.

Gender Odyssey

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Gender Odyssey’s is a national conference for those interested in the thoughtful exploration of gender. All genders and all ages are welcome. Since 2001, this conference has helped transgender people, their families, friends and allies to empower themselves and create community. Gender Odyssey is also a fiscal project of Gay City Health Project.

Gender Diversity

Gender Diversity


1-855-4GENDER

Gender Diversity’s mission is to increase understanding and awareness of gender identity in all people. They organize Gender Odyssey and Gender Odyssey Family conferences for transgendered and gender non-conforming adults, children, and their families. They also organize Camp Ten Trees.

Genderlandia – Camp Ten Trees

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(206) 288-9568

A unique program of Camp Ten Trees offering a programming, cabin areas, and support tailored to youth who are transgender, genderqueer, gender variant, and/or questioning gender.

Seattle Transgender Economic Empowerment Project (STEEP)

http://ingersollgendercenter.org/STEEP

A program of Ingersoll Gender Center committed to helping Transgender and Gender Variant people improve their self-employment and career options. The first phase of STEEP is a twice-monthly break-out group that focuses on issues related to the challenging job market and the special challenges faced by Transgender people.

Gender Justice League

http://www.genderjusticeleague.org/

Gender Justice League is a Washington State Trans* and allied activist collective headquartered in Seattle. Their mission is to empower Trans* activists and our allies to fight oppression based on gender & sexuality in Washington State and to create a community where trans* people can live their lives safely, true to themselves, and free from discrimination. GJL is a fiscally sponsored project of Gay City Health project.

TransGuys.comq

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TransGuys.com is the Internet’s Magazine for Transgender Men, offering in-depth feature articles and product reviews, plus entertainment, health and fitness, and style columns.

TransGenderCare

http://www.transgendercare.com/

The TransGenderCare web site was developed in order to offer a repository of educational and informational offerings freely to the transgender community worldwide. The TransGenderCare website will continue to grow into a well rounded educational offering supported by the staff of the Tampa Gender Identity Program as well as other affiliated transgender health care professionals worldwide.

Hudson’s FTM Resouce Guide

http://www.ftmguide.org/

This Guide is intended to provide information on topics of interest to female-to-male (FTM, F2M) trans men, and their friends and loved ones. Transsexual, non-transsexual, intersex, transgender, genderqueer, questioning, and “just plain folks” are all welcome.

King Country Trans* Resource Guide

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An online guide of trans community resources, with lists and description of everything from political organizing groups to where to find health services and support groups.

Trans Lifeline

http://www.translifeline.org/
877-565-8860

This line is primarily for transgender people experiencing a crisis. This includes people who may be struggling with their gender identity and are not sure that they are transgender. While our goal is to prevent self harm, we welcome the call of any transgender person in need. We will do our very best to connect them with services that can help them meet that need. If you are not sure whether you should call or not, then please call. Our hotline is staffed by the true experts on transgender experience, transgender people themselves. Our volunteers are all trans identified and educated in the range of difficulties transgender people experience.

Seattle LGBT Visitors Center

Travel Out Seattle

At Travel Gay Seattle you will find the very best in LGBT owned or friendly businesses that will not only welcome you, but celebrate you! Whether you’re traveling on your own, with friends, your partner, spouse or family, all are welcome here! This travel tool will help you book a flight, find a room, enjoy our cuisine, our wine, attractions, nightclubs and the amazing scene that you can only find in our city.

The Yoga Den

http://www.theyogaden.com/
(206) 355-4774

Seattle’s premier yoga studio for men provides a great space for guys to experience the physical and meditative aspects of yoga, gain a better connection with yourself and others, and strengthen and deepen your spiritual identity within a community of men.

The Yoga Den

http://www.theyogaden.com/
(206) 355-4774

Seattle’s premier yoga studio for men provides a great space for guys to experience the physical and meditative aspects of yoga, gain a better connection with yourself and others, and strengthen and deepen your spiritual identity within a community of men.

Team Seattle

http://teamseattle.org/

A sports network organized to promote gay athletics. Team Seattle hosts the Summer and Winter Sports Festivals and organizes Seattle’s teams for the Gay Games.

SkiBuddies

http://www.skibuddies.org/

Ski Buddies brings together members of the Pacific Northwest Lesbian and Gay community who have a common interest in winter sports.

Seattle Tennis Alliance

http://seattletennisalliance.org/

The STA exists to further the game of tennis in the GLBT community in accordance with and as an affiliate of the national Gay & Lesbian Tennis Alliance (GLTA). The STA utilizes tennis as a sports medium to bring together members of the GLBT community and their friends.

Seattle Quake Rugby

http://www.quakerugby.org/
(206) 337-1346

The Northwest’s first primarily gay men’s rugby team, committed to bringing one of the world’s most popular games to new players who may not otherwise have considered playing, as well as experienced players, coaches, fans and contributors of all ages, races and sexual orientation

Seattle Gay Basketball Association/Jet City Hoops

http://www.seattlegaybasketballassociation.com/
https://www.facebook.com/seattlegaybasketball

Jet City Hoops has changed its name to Seattle Gay Basketball Association! The Seattle Gay Basketball Association is a co-ed Gay basketball league in Seattle, the largest gay basketball league on the West Coast and one of the biggest leagues in the nation. The league was founded in the fall of 2008 as Jet City Hoops and had 8 teams participate in the first season. The league will start its 6th season in the Winter of 2014 We have over 200 members of our league! Skill levels: from beginner to college level players.

Seattle Frontrunners

http://www.seattlefrontrunners.org/

Whether its walking, running casually or seriously, this group has just the right program for you…and meet new active friends too!

The Samarya Center

http://samaryacenter.org/

The Samarya Center is a 501(c)(3)organization dedicated to providing yoga and yoga therapy to people of all ages, abilities and backgrounds.

OutVentures

http://outventures.org/

The Northwest’s premiere LGBT Outdoor Adventure Club.

OUT There Adventures

http://www.outthereadventures.org/

OUT There Adventures (OTA) is a 501(c)(3) adventure education organization committed to fostering positive identity development, individual empowerment and improved quality of life for queer youth/young adults and their peer allies through professionally facilitated experiential education activities.

Outsports

http://outsports.com/

A jam packed site for and by gay and lesbian sports fans and athletes. Includes news, pics and local sports links.

Orca Swim Team

http://www.orcaswimteam.org/

Dedicated to promoting the sport of swimming and to educating the public about the value of sports in community-building. An active association of gay/lesbian and gay/lesbian-friendly fitness and competitive swimmers with approximately 100 members.

Ethyl Forever Car Club

http://clubs.hemmings.com/frameset.cfm?club=ethylforevercarclub

A GLBT club for auto enthusiasts that offers encouragement, technical advice, parts leads, driving enjoyment, and shared interests.

Bottom Dwellers

http://www.bottomdwellers.org/

A lesbian, gay, and straight allies scuba diving club.

Border Riders Motorcycle Club

http://borderriders.com/

The Border Riders Motorcycle Club provides social and educational opportunities for members and other gay men interested in recreational motorcycle touring.

Pacific Northwest Gay Motorcyclists

http://www.meetup.com/Pacific-NorthWest-Gay-Motorcyclists/

Are you Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual or Transgender? Do you love to ride motorcycles? Then join us and lets ride! New riders, Beginners, Intermediate riders, or long time riders all welcome. Sports bikes, Dirt bikes, Dual Sport, Cruisers,Touring, etc… all welcome!

Seattle LGBTQIA Meetup group

http://www.meetup.com/theseattlelgbtqgroup/

Meet with other members and supporters of your local Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer/Questioning, Intersex, Asexual, and Ally Communities.
offer opportunities to explore the greater Seattle area
promote equal rights and treatment for citizens who identify as LGTBQIA
instill a respect for and knowledge of Seattle’s diverse LGBTQIA community (communities)
meet new friends with common interests, and have fun
provide community experiences varying in length and difficulty

Eastside Lesbians

Eastside Lesbians

Redmond, WA
901 Members

This is an Eastside Lesbian social group but anyone who wants to join us is always welcome. Members are encouraged to suggest and plan activities, just email me and I’ll post …

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This is an Eastside Lesbian social group but anyone who wants to join us is always welcome. Members are encouraged to suggest and plan activities, just email me and I’ll post it for you. We will have regular coffee/tea meetings to get to know each other but this group is so much more than that. We will go hiking, camping, dancing, have picnics, watch movies, have dinners in and out, game nights and the list goes on and on. If you want to laugh, hear great stories, have fun and make friends along the way with caring, warm and supportive women then please become a member.

South Sound Lesbians

South Sound Lesbians

Tacoma, WA
2,137 Members

This group is for lesbians that want to get together for activities and social events in the South Sound.

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This group is for lesbians that want to get together for activities and social events in the South Sound.

Seattle Queer and Queer-ally Hiking Group

The Seattle Queer and Queer-Ally Hiking Group

Seattle, WA
1,823 Hikers

The purpose of this group is to create a safe-space where people of all orientations can get outside, make friends, and have fun exploring the beautiful outdoors in Washington…

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The purpose of this group is to create a safe-space where people of all orientations can get outside, make friends, and have fun exploring the beautiful outdoors in Washington. If you identify as gay, lesbian, bisexual, trans, questioning, allied, or anything in between, please join us! We welcome singles, couples, triples, and friends! People of all skill levels are encouraged to join, but most hikes will be of moderate difficulty (8+ miles round-trip and between 0 and 3000 feet of elevation gain).

Twirl – Queer Tea Dance – Lesson & Social – Seattle

http://www.meetup.com/Twirl-Queer-Tea-Dance-Lesson-Social-Seattle/

Mission: To create a Tea Dance event with ballroom/partner/social dancing and music that provides a safe and comfortable environment for queer and queer allies to socialize and learn/improve our dancing.

South King County Gay Meetup

http://www.meetup.com/South-King-Co-Gay-Meetup/

Seeking variety of activities for LGBT people between ages 25-55 in the South King County Area. Activities may include: bowling, movie nights, local festivals, day trips, sporting events, wine tasting, brewery hopping, restaurants, brunches, etc.

Another Gay Social Club

Another Gay Social Club!

Seattle, WA
3,899 Friends

Welcome to Another Gay Social Club!Meet others in the community! Are you new in town and don’t know a soul? Maybe you just want to expand your social network/circle? Are you …

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Our mission is to foster community and friendships in the greater Seattle LGBT & allies community. Come out, mingle & network, network, network! You are not alone! Get together with others of your kind! Whether gay, lesbian, bi, transgender, questioning, straight, or queer-friendly, you are welcome here!

Kitsap LGBT Friends

Kitsap LGBTQ+ Friends

Port Orchard, WA
715 Friends

Connect with new friends in Kitsap County!This Meetup is driven by our members. That’s you! Simply send us a message and you can organize your own Meetups. Wish we did more ev…

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Have a Glass of Wine (Queer-Identified Women Event!)

Thursday, Oct 26, 2017, 6:00 PM
14 Attending

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This is a group to promote social interaction and support for GLBT people and their friends who live on the Westside of the pond.

Meetup.com Seattle Groups

http://www.meetup.com/find/lgbt/?allMeetups=false&radius=25&userFreeform=98121&gcResults=Seattle%2C+WA+98121%2C+USA%3AUS%3AWashington%3AKing+County%3ASeattle%3Anull%3A98121%3A47.6152474%3A-122.34974460000001&change=yes&sort=default

Overview of Seattle LGBT Meetup groups.

GLBT Families & Friends of Greater Puget Sound

GLBT Families & Friends of Greater Puget Sound

Snohomish, WA
123 Members

Are you looking for some other GLBT families to socialize with? Meet other GLBT parents and their kids for fun and support. We are a newly forming group so we won’t have too m…

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Are you looking for some other GLBT families to socialize with? Meet other GLBT parents and their kids for fun and support. We are a newly forming group so we won’t have too many activities until our membership builds a bit. I’m hoping to plan some regularly scheduled playgroups throughout various communities (we are in Everett/Lake Stevens area but love traveling and finding cool new places to bring our kids). Looking for others who might be interested in hosting activities or suggesting ideas! All LGBT families and their friends are welcome to join!

Seattle LGBT Writers

http://www.meetup.com/Seattle-LGBT-Writers/

This group is for LGBT writers of all genres: fiction, creative non-fiction, poetry, essays. All levels of interest and skill is welcome. I just want to meet other LGBT writers like myself and work and share. We will write for 45 minutes and then share what we are working on (if you want to) for 45 minutes and critique and offer support and suggestions.

20s and 30s Seattle Lesbians

http://www.meetup.com/20s-and-30s-Seattle-Lesbians/

Howdy! Not into the clubbing or bar scenes? Looking for a low key, low pressure way to meet and hang out with other cool 20 to 30-something year old queer ladies in the Seattle area? Then welcome! Some activities to do around town: movies, coffee, happy hours, Seattle sight-seeing, museum going, picnicking–or feel free to suggest some other fun activities too!

Seattle Lesbian Social

Seattle Lesbian Social

Seattle, WA
2,004 Diverse Women

Whether you’re single or in a relationship, connect with other great women (who identify as lesbian, gay, or queer) who want to explore Seattle and make friends! We do happy h…

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Whether you’re single or in a relationship, connect with other great women (who identify as lesbian, gay, or queer) who want to explore Seattle and make friends! We do happy hours, coffee, dining out, hiking, biking, kayaking, boating, movie nights, theater, dancing, and more. Members range in ages from 20s to 60s.

Gay Men’s Socials

http://www.meetup.com/City-O-City-Social-Events-for-Gay-Men/

Using member suggested venues and activities, we hope to provide opportunities for interesting gay men to meet each other and hopefully discover Mr. Right here in our Emerald City.

Seattle Gaymers

http://www.queergeek.org/
https://www.facebook.com/groups/seattlegaymers/

Seattle Queer Exchange 

https://www.facebook.com/groups/152839264916191/

Request to join the Facebook group. Seattle Queers! Let’s share resources! Do you know of awesome jobs, room openings, or want to trade things or sell things? Are you a rad queer massage therapist who understands queer bodies or a person who is amazing at screen printing t-shirts? Let’s share our collective knowledge and resources!

Seattle Queer Housing

https://www.facebook.com/groups/700739079944771/

Request to join the Facebook group. This is an online space for Seattle’s Queer and Trans/Genderqueer Community to share Queer & Trans/Genderqueer specific housing opportunities/needs in the Seattle area.

Tacoma Lesbian Concern

http://www.tacomalesbianconcern.org/

A group of South Puget Sound lesbian women organized for a threefold purpose: 1) to provide opportunities for socializing, 2) to arrange supportive networking, and 3) to furnish political education and awareness.

Seattle Men Who Knit

http://seattlemenwhoknit.blogspot.com/
https://www.facebook.com/groups/seattlemenwhoknit/

Seattle Men Who Knit (and Crochet!) is a group of fiber enthusiasts who just happen to have Y-chromosomes

Seattle Men in Leather

Welcome


https://www.facebook.com/groups/141278849240564

A gay men’s social group, founded in March 1989, romoting with power and pride, the Seattle men’s leather community. We take an active stance in our community and invite those interested to join us for our events!

Seattle girls of Leather (SgoL)

http://www.sgol.org/
https://www.facebook.com/SeattlegirlsofLeather

We are a group of self-identified Leathergirls. Membership is not limited by race, creed, orientation or gender; however, an identification of Leathergirl is essential. A girl-heart is an individual self-identity. Seattle girls of Leather is a unique and powerful group of individuals — our solidarity and commonality is found in our understanding that the definition of Leathergirl involves who you are and not just how you play. SgoL holds monthly meetings, communicates via discussion board, does outreach at Leather events throughout the Puget Sound area, and volunteers for a variety of non-profit organizations. Our mission is twofold: To provide camaraderie, and a safe space to any individual who identifies as a Leathergirl, and to provide community service within & outside of the Puget Sound area Leather Community at large.

Mature Friends

http://www.maturefriends.org/

A nonprofit organization for the LGBT community, where members (adults over 40) can participate in a variety of activities and find a network already in place for supporting the community at large.

The Lesbians Over 40 Group

(206) 722-0729

A social group for lesbians interested in extending their friendship circle and having fun. They host weekly meetings with a facilitated discussion, as well as lots of outside activities.

Freely Speaking Toastmasters

http://freelyspeaking.org/

A group that is open to everyone and is created by and for the LGBT community of the Seattle area, and enhances the opportunities of Toastmasters International by providing an open environment that is professional, affirming, and fun.

BiNet Seattle

http://www.binetseattle.org/

BiNet Seattle is a bisexual non-profit, mixed gender, social and support organization created to foster a visible community for bisexual, bi-curious people, and their partners in the Puget Sound area. We support the community through educational speakings, support groups and social events.

Lavender Rights Project

www.lavenderrightsproject.org/
(206) 639-7955

Lavender Rights Project offers potential clients a free 30 minute consultation.

The Lavender Rights Project is the only legal services provider in Washington State dedicated to serving the specific needs of the trans, gender non-conforming, queer, and LGB identified communities. We are a by and for organization, meaning all of our directors, attorneys and staff are members of the trans and/or queer community of Washington.

Society for Human Sexuality

http://www.sexuality.org/

A social and educational organization whose purpose is to promote understanding and appreciation for the many forms of adult intimate relationships and consensual sexual expression.

Seattle Men in Leather

Welcome


https://www.facebook.com/groups/141278849240564

A gay men’s social group, founded in March 1989, romoting with power and pride, the Seattle men’s leather community. We take an active stance in our community and invite those interested to join us for our events!

Seattle girls of Leather (SgoL)

http://www.sgol.org/
https://www.facebook.com/SeattlegirlsofLeather

We are a group of self-identified Leathergirls. Membership is not limited by race, creed, orientation or gender; however, an identification of Leathergirl is essential. A girl-heart is an individual self-identity. Seattle girls of Leather is a unique and powerful group of individuals — our solidarity and commonality is found in our understanding that the definition of Leathergirl involves who you are and not just how you play. SgoL holds monthly meetings, communicates via discussion board, does outreach at Leather events throughout the Puget Sound area, and volunteers for a variety of non-profit organizations. Our mission is twofold: To provide camaraderie, and a safe space to any individual who identifies as a Leathergirl, and to provide community service within & outside of the Puget Sound area Leather Community at large.

Scarleteen

http://www.scarleteen.com/

Sex education for teens that’s contemporary, sex positive and non-judgmental. Includes lots of info and resources for LGBT youth.

Rain City Jacks

Home


(206) 339-5225

An independent, non-profit, private club for adult men, 18 and over, who are interested in experiencing mutual masturbation with like-minded men to the exclusion of other sexual activity. RCJ is a diverse, sex-positive community and all events are alcohol-free, drug-free and smoke-free.

National Coalition for Sexual Freedom

http://www.ncsfreedom.org/

A national organization committed to altering the political, legal, and social environment in the U.S. in order to guarantee equal rights for consenting adults who practice forms of alternative sexual expression.

Jackin World

http://www.jackinworld.com/

Honest, straightforward, and fun info about masturbation.

Center for Sex Positive Culture

http://thecspc.org/
(206) 270-9746

A non-profit membership-based sex positive community center in Seattle. Offers extensive informational resources, educational opportunities, plus a wide range of social events and volunteer opportunities.

American Lung Assocation

http://www.alaw.org/

The American Lung Association Washington works to prevent lung disease and promote lung health for the people of Washington state through research, education, community service and advocacy.

American Heart Association 

http://www.heart.org/HEARTORG/HealthyLiving/QuitSmoking/Quit-Smoking_UCM_001085_SubHomePage.jsp

Several resources for quitting smoking, including tips for friends and families or quitters.

Side Street Center

http://www.sidestreetcentre.com/
(206) 242-4084

A Burien agency offering support and addiction treatment for adults and families.

Tweaker

http://www.tweaker.org/index.html

http://www.tweaker.org/index.html

Substance Abuse in College

http://www.affordablecollegesonline.org/college-resource-center/substance-abuse-in-college/

Guide with resources to help students be proactive in understanding what constitutes substance abuse, how to keep their own habits in check, and how to spot problems in themselves or others.

Strength Over Speed

http://www.strengthoverspeed.org/
206-322-2437

Ongoing, peer-led Crystal Meth recovery group. If you would like more information, please call 206-322-2437.

Residence XII

Home


(425) 823-8844

Residence XII is the Northwest’s premier non-profit alcohol and chemical dependency treatment center for women and their families.

Recovery Connection

http://www.recoveryconnection.org/addiction_treatment/GLBT.php

http://www.recoveryconnection.org/addiction_treatment/GLBT.php

Rational Recovery

http://rational.org/index.php
(206) 789-8965

An alternative to traditional 12-Step programs

Project NEON

http://www.projectneon.org/
(206) 323-1768

Education and groups for gay and bi men who use crystal meth.

Needle Exchange Locations

http://www.kingcounty.gov/healthservices/health/communicable/hiv/resources/needle.aspx

King County Public Health List

Narcotics Anonymous

http://www.seattlena.org/
(206) 790-8888

12-Step program for those dealing with substance abuse issues.

Greater Seattle Intergroup of Alcholics Anonymous

http://www.seattleaa.org/
(206) 587-2838

Information clearinghouse on all AA groups in the Seattle area. Website lists all meetings and phone line is staffed 24-7. This portion of the site allows for filtering of meetings, including the ability to see gay/lesbian supported meetings.

DrugFucked

http://drugfucked.tht.org.uk/

A site for gay men about street drugs, alcohol and sex.

DanceSafe

http://www.dancesafe.org/

Site promoting health and safety in the rave and nightclub community.

Crystal Meth Anonymous

http://crystalmeth.org/
http://crystalmeth.org/cma-meeting-directory/cma-meeting-directory.html

Crystal Meth Anonymous is a 12 step fellowship for those in recovery from addiction to crystal meth. There are no dues or fees for membership. Membership in crystal meth anonymous is open to anyone with a desire to stop using crystal meth.

The Seattle Lesbian

http://www.theseattlelesbian.com/

The Seattle Lesbian is Seattle’s ONLY lesbian-exclusive news source. Serving the Pacific Northwest and around the world. Celebrity interviews, news, features, videos, and more.

Seattle Gay News

http://sgn.org/

A LGBT newspaper proudly serving Seattle and the Pacific Northwest for 35 years.

Publishing Triangle

http://publishingtriangle.org/

The purpose of the Publishing Triangle is to further the publication of books and other materials written by lesbian and gay authors or with lesbian and gay themes. Founded in 1988, The Publishing Triangle works to create support and a sense of community for lesbian and gay people in the publishing industry.

Prism Comics

HOME

Prism Comics is a nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting the work of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgendered (LGBT) creators in the comics industry, as well as LGBT themes in comics in general.

National Lesbian and Gay Journalists Association (NLGJA)

Home


(202) 588-9888

An organization of journalists, media professionals, educators and students working from within the news industry to foster fair and accurate coverage of LGBT issues. NLGJA opposes all forms of workplace bias and provides professional development to its members.

The Advocate

http://advocate.com/
(310) 943-5858

The oldest continuing publication in the United States, The Advocate is a great source for all things LGBT.

Trikone-Northwest

http://www.trikonenw.org/

A supportive, empowering, and affirming community for differently-oriented South Asians in the Pacific Northwest.

NativeOUT – Two Spirit Resource Center 

http://nativeout.com/

Native American LGBT/Two-Spirit education resources, multimedia, and, news, as well as various resources to research Two Spirit people, both past and present.

Entre Hermanos

Home


(206) 322-7700

La mision por la cual la organizacion fue creada es para proveer apoyo, desarrollar liderasgo y fortalecer la comunidad gay, lesbiana, bisexual y transgenero Latina. Proveer un ambiente cultural, social y emocional saludable, creando un modelo apropiado a las necesidades de la comunidad.

Center for MultiCultural Health

http://www.multi-culturalhealth.org/
(206) 461-6910

The Center for MultiCultural Health’s mission is to promote the health and well-being of diverse communities–including individuals from communities of color, individuals with limited English proficiency, immigrants and refugees–through innovative health advocacy, health promotion, disease prevention, and immigrant and refugee service programs.

AsylumConnect

http://www.asylumconnect.org/

Centralized database of service providers for LGBTQ asylum seekers in the United States.

Tacoma Rainbow Center

Home


(253) 383-2318

The Rainbow Center’s mission is to eliminate discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity by providing education, resources, information and opportunities for empowerment to individuals and organization with the south Puget Sound area.

The Rainbow Center (Olympia)

http://www.rainbowcenteroly.org/

A virtual community center for Olympia and surrounding communities, serving the gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender and allied people.

Stonewall Youth Center

http://stonewallyouth.org/

Stonewall Youth is an organization of youth, activists, and allies that empowers lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, queer, questioning, intersex, and asexual (LGBTQQIA) youth to speak for themselves, educate their communities, and support each other. We offer a confidential safe space for queer and questioning youth by hosting regular support group meetings and a place to find supportive friends.

Seattle Gay Scene

http://www.seattlegayscene.com/

An LGBT community events calendar for the Seattle area.

Quest Youth Center

https://www.facebook.com/QuestYC/timeline

Formerly Vista Youth Center, Quest is the new LGBTQ youth center in Kennewick, the only center open and serving youth from the Mid-Columbia and surrounding areas.Quest seeks to educate, empower, advocate for, and build community for LGBTQ youth and young adults in the Mid-Columbia Basin of Washington state. They provide peer support, tutoring, and family-themed activities for those aged 14-30.

Inland Northwest LGBT Center (Spokane)

http://www.thelgbtcenter.org/
(509) 489-1914

Building a vibrant LGBTQ community through collaborative programs promoting education, advocacy and wellness.

Oasis Youth Center

http://oasisyouthcenter.org/
(253) 671-2838

Oasis strives to enhance and sustain the health and well-being of Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer and Questioning (GLBTQ) youth by providing activities, programs and services that support and empower youth, create healthy community, provide essential resources, promote cultural diversity and advocate for civil rights.

Gudlife

http://gudlife.com/

This is the place to find out what’s going on in the HBT (homosexual, bisexual, transgender/sexual) community in and around Port Townsend and the Eastern Olympic Peninsula.

Cascades Rainbow Community Center

http://cascaderainbow.org/

This is an up-and-coming resource center serving the LGBT community in Skagit County. It hosts weekly social/support meetings in Mount Vernon, offers a fabulous lending library, and brings LGBT-related events to the northwest Washington area.

White and Shepherd, LLP

http://whiteandshepherd.com/
(206) 323-0384

White and Shepherd, LLP handles all types of immigration, personal injury, business, and civil litigation matters. They are especially interested in assisting individuals and couples with their immigration legal matters, particularly with same-sex couples and their foreign spouses or fiancees/fiances. Practicing law with competence, integrity, honesty and experience is their commitment to the community. Please contact them for a free 15 minute telephone consultation about your situation.

Washington State Human Rights Commission

http://www.hum.wa.gov/
1-800-233-3247

The mission of the Washington State Human Rights Commission is to eliminate and prevent discrimination through the fair application of the law, the efficient use of resources, and the establishment of productive partnerships in the community.

Tax Help (Seattle)

http://www.spl.org/audiences/adults/tax-help

The Seattle Public Library, United Way of King County and the AARP are collaborating to offer free tax preparation service January through mid-April at 12 locations of The Seattle Public Library. Extended tax help will be provided at Central Library through October 26, in partnership with United Way of King County. Trained volunteers will be available to answer questions and prepare personal tax returns.

Seattle Office for Civil Rights

http://www.seattle.gov/civilrights/
(206) 220-7900

Enforces City, State and Federal anti-discrimination laws. Protected classes for Employment Discrimination through the Seattle Office for Civil Rights include sexual orientation and gender identity. Also develops anti-discrimination programs and policies for the City of Seattle.

QLaw Foundation Legal Clinic

http://www.qlawfoundation.org/lgbtq-legal-clinic.html
(206) 235-7235

A program of the QLaw Foundation, the Legal Clinic provides access to free legal advice for GLBT folks. The clinic is held on the 3rd Thursday of each month from 7 – 9 pm. Call on Tuesdays from 12 – 3 pm to make an appointment.

QLaw Foundation

http://www.qlawfoundation.org/home.html
(206) 235-7235

The GLBT Bar Association Foundation of Washington exists to bridge the divide between the GLBT community and legal professionals. Through its programs, the Foundation seeks to educate the public and the courts about GLBT legal issues and empower community members though informed access to the legal and judicial systems.

QLaw: the GLBT Bar Association of Washington

http://www.q-law.org/

The GLBT Bar Association of Washington is an association of GLBT legal professionals and their friends. QLaw serves as a voice for GLBT lawyers and other legal professionals in the state of Washington on issues relating to diversity and equality in the legal profession, in the courts, and under the law.

National Center for Transgender Equality

http://www.transequality.org/

The National Center for Transgender Equality is the nation’s leading social justice advocacy organization winning life-saving change for transgender people. NCTE was founded in 2003 by transgender activists who recognized the urgent need for policy change to advance transgender equality. With a committed board of directors, a volunteer staff of one, and donated office space, we set out to accomplish what no one had yet done: provide a powerful transgender advocacy presence in Washington, D.C. Today, NCTE has grown to a staff of 12 and works at the local, state, and federal level to change laws, policies and society.

Legal Voice

http://www.legalvoice.org/tools/lgbt.html
(206) 621-7691

As an action-oriented, diverse organization, Legal Voice is committed to securing and protecting the rights of all women, making lasting changes through legislation and litigation designed to have a far-reaching public impact, and by empowering women with knowledge about their legal rights. The above link connects you Legal Voice’s LGBT rights page.

Lambda Legal Defense and Education Fund

http://www.lambdalegal.org/
(213) 382-7600

Lambda Legal is a national organization committed to achieving full recognition of the civil rights of lesbians, gay men, bisexuals, transgender people and those with HIV through impact litigation, education and public policy work.

King County Office of Civil Rights

http://www.kingcounty.gov/exec/CivilRights.aspx
206-263-2446

King County Office of Civil Rights works to eliminate unlawful discrimination through education, mediation, and enforcement that is responsive to a diverse King County.

Eastside Legal Assistance Program (ELAP) 

Welcome


(425) 747-7274

A non-profit organization that provides high-quality, no-cost civil legal services to survivors of domestic violence throughout King County, Washington, and to low-income residents of East and Northeast King County.

AsylumConnect

http://www.asylumconnect.org/

Centralized database of service providers, including legal services, for LGBTQ asylum seekers in the United States.

Inter/Act Youth

http://interactyouth.org/

A youth group for young people with intersex conditions or DSD, sharing their stories with the world.

Inter/Act – Advocates for Informed Choice

http://aiclegal.org/programs/interact/

AIC uses innovative legal strategies to advocate for the civil rights of children born with variations of reproductive or sexual anatomy.

Accord Alliance

Welcome to Accord Alliance

Accord Alliance’s mission is to promote comperehensive and integrated approaches to care that enhance the health and well-being of people and families affected by disorders of sex development by fostering collaboration among stakeholders.

Salvation Army

Tue, Wed, Fri 9-11:30a and 1-3p; Thu 1-5:45p
(206) 447-9944

Tent cities

(206) 399-0412

Encampments for adults 18+
Tent City 3 – (206) 399-0412
Tent City 4 – (206) 618-3901

Cherry Street Food Bank

http://www.northwestharvest.org/cherry-street-food-bank
Mon, Wed 9a-5:30p, Fri 9a-5p, Baby Day (children under 5 and their families only) is Thu 9a-5p
(206) 722-6924

Women’s Wellness Center

http://ccsww.convio.net/site/PageServer?pagename=homeless_womenswellness
(206) 256-0665

Hygience center with showers, laundry and hygiene supplies at no cost to women experiencing homelessness.

Urban Rest Stop

http://www.urbanreststop.org/

http://www.urbanreststop.org/

Two Big Blondes

http://www.twobigblondes.com/
(206) 762-8620

Plus size consignment shop offering appointments for low-income and homeless women to pick out up to eight items four times per year.

Trans Housing Network’s National Queer Housing Resource List

http://www.transhousingnetwork.com/post/70638413381/heres-your-list-queer-housing-resource-list

A temporary housing network intended to connect trans people in need with safe and supportive places to crash. This link is to national queer housing resources!A temporary housing network intended to connect trans people in need with safe and supportive places to crash. This link is to national queer housing resources!

Seattle Community Network

http://www.scn.org/

The Seattle Community Network (SCN) is a free public-access computer network for exchanging and accessing information. Beyond that, however, it is a service conceived for community empowerment. Their principles are a series of commitments to help guide the ongoing development and management of the system for both the organizers and participating individuals and organizations.

Lazarus Day Center

http://ccsww.convio.net/site/PageServer?pagename=homeless_lazarus
(206) 623-7219

Shower, laundry and clothing services. Must be 50+ with valid ID

Compass Center

http://www.compasscenter.org/

http://www.compasscenter.org/

Chief Seattle Club

http://www.chiefseattleclub.org/
(206) 292-6214

Drop-in center for homeless and low-income Native Americans, First Nations and Alaskan Natives with clothing, meals and case management services.

Alliance of People with disAbilities 

Home

Established in 1977, Alliance of People with disAbilities is located in King County, Washington and provides a variety of independent living services, including two independent living centers located in Seattle and Bellevue. Programs are open to people with all types of disAbilities.

Union Gospel Mission Men’s Shelter

http://www.ugm.org/site/PageServer?pagename=default
(206) 622-5177

Seattle’s Union Gospel Mission provides emergency care and long-term recovery services to hurting and homeless people in the greater Seattle area. We’re dedicated to serving, rescuing and transforming those in greatest need through the grace of Jesus Christ.

SHARE/WHEEL 

http://www.sharewheel.org/need-shelter
(206) 448-7889

Seattle Housing And Resource Effort/Women’s Housing Equality and Enhancement League – see DESC reference for more details

Northwest Lesbian and Gay History Museum Project

http://home.earthlink.net/~ruthpett/lgbthistorynw/
(206) 903-9517

The Northwest Lesbian and Gay History Museum Project (or The History Project) is an organization which preserves, researches, interprets and communicates the history of LGBT people in the Pacific Northwest for the purposes of study, education and enjoyment.

Gay & Lesbian Archives of the Pacific Northwest

http://www.glapn.org/

GLAPN is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, founded by Thomas Cook and friends in October 1994, with a purpose to serve the greater public interest in advancing the visibility of queer cultural history within the Pacific Northwest.

Rainbow Families of Puget Sound

https://www.facebook.com/groups/rfops/

The mission of Rainbow Families of Puget Sound is to help GLBT families in the Puget Sound region to form strong community ties and spend time with other families like their own. Rainbow Families now has a Yahoo! message board that can be found here for their latest news and updates.

PFLAG

http://www.seattle-pflag.org/
(206) 325-7724

PFLAG provides opportunity for dialogue about sexual orientation, and acts to create a society that is healthy and respectful of human diversity. Keeping families together is the mission of PFLAG.

Gay Fathers Association of Seattle

http://gfas.org/

The Gay Fathers Association of Seattle (GFAS) was formed in order to provide a safe forum and environment for gay or bisexual fathers. In a supportive group setting, they meet to assist each other in working out issues such as parenting, coming out, relationships with wives, children, families, friends and partners.

Families Like Ours

http://www.familieslikeours.org/
1-877-230-3055

Families Like Ours is a nonprofit family adoption exchange that provides a gateway to adoption-foster programs, resources, education, advocacy, and placement agencies that work with all families without judgment of their family structure.

COLAGE- Seattle Chapter

COLAGE Seattle Chapter

COLAGE Seattle welcomes all youth with an LGBTQ parent to connect with a supportive and inclusive community of peers. Group meetings are warm and welcoming, with an emphasis on embracing differences as strengths, and developing confidence in our identities. In addition to monthly meetings, COLAGE will provide a space for youth to participate in fun events such as potlucks, volunteer activities, and themed-parties.

Camp Ten Trees

Home


(206) 288-9568

A nonprofit organization offering residential summer camp sessions in the Pacific Northwest, featuring one week for LGBTQA youth (ages 13-17) and one week for children/youth (ages 8-17) of LGBTQ or non-traditional families.

Amara 

https://www.amaraparenting.org/

Amara is a nonprofit organization devoted to creating a better path for kids in foster care. We work with families who are willing and able to nurture and support the kids in their care for as long as they need it – for a month, a year, or forever. Amara supports foster and adoptive parents every step of the way so that each kid in foster care has the family they deserve. We welcome families into our program regardless of marital status, religious beliefs, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, home ownership, income, or education.

Sound Generations (formerly Senior Services)

http://www.seniorservices.org/lgbt/Home.aspx
(206) 448-5757

The mission of Senior Services is to promote the emotional, social, and physical well-being of older adults and positive aging through their integrated system of quality programs and senior centers. This link directs to LGBT specific resources for seniors.

Seattle Prime Timers

http://www.seattleprimetimers.org/
(206) 329-0793

Prime Timers Worldwide, with more than 73 chapters, was founded as a social and recreational organization devoted to providing a focal point within the gay Community for Gay and Bisexual Men over 40 and their Admirers. Prime Timers are a diverse group, enjoying the activities and friendships that they develop with their comrades locally and internationally.

SAGE Olympia

http://www.sageolympia.org/

The SAGE Olympia Mission is to promote the wellness of GLBT elders in the Thurston County area with a range of referrals, services and other activities.

SAGE USA

http://www.sageusa.org/

Services & Advocacy for GLBT Elders (SAGE) is the country’s largest and oldest organization dedicated to improving the lives of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) older adults. Founded in 1978 and headquartered in New York City, SAGE is a national organization that offers supportive services and consumer resources for LGBT older adults and their caregivers, advocates for public policy changes that address the needs of LGBT older people, and provides training for aging providers and LGBT organizations, largely through its National Resource Center on LGBT Aging. With offices in New York City, Washington, DC and Chicago, SAGE coordinates a growing network of 27 local SAGE affiliates in 20 states and the District of Columbia.

Planning With Purpose: Legal Basics for LGBT Elders

http://www.lgbtagingcenter.org/resources/resource.cfm?r=33

Provides basic information about select areas of the law that are important to LGBT elders, especially individuals and couples who are age 55 and over. This guide includes information about issues related to relationship recognition, finances, health care, long term care, Medicare and Medicaid, planning for the care of minor or disabled children, inheritance, elder abuse, and discrimination against LGBT elders. It covers many areas where rights, benefits, and protections are generally provided to heterosexual people based on spousal status, but are denied to same-sex couples, even if married or in other legal unions. It also highlights issues unique to transgender elders.

National Resource Center on LGBT Aging

http://www.lgbtagingcenter.org/index.cfm

The National Resource Center on LGBT Aging is the country’s first and only technical assistance resource center aimed at improving the quality of services and supports offered to lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) older adults. They provide training, technical assistance and educational resources to aging providers, LGBT organizations and LGBT older adults.

MedlinePlus

https://medlineplus.gov/seniorshealth.html

https://medlineplus.gov/seniorshealth.html

Mayor’s Office for Senior Citizens

http://www.seattle.gov/humanservices/services-and-programs/mayor%E2%80%99s-office-of-senior-citizens
206-684-0500

The Mayor’s Office for Senior Citizens supports healthy aging, independent living, and social and civic engagement, all to make a difference in the lives of older adults and adults with disabilities. They provide information and assistance, computer classes, an employment resource center, and senior discounts.

Caring and Aging with Pride

http://depts.washington.edu/agepride/
1-800-558-8703

A ground-breaking project designed to better understand the aging and health needs of LGBT adults 50 years of age and older. Their goal is to understand the wellness and health needs of these communities so we have information and are prepared to address the aging needs of LGBT elders now and for generations to come.

Technology Access Foundation

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(206) 725-9095

Technology Access Foundation prepares students of color to graduate from high school on time, and college-ready to persue degrees in STEM fields. This visionary approach to public education combines partnerships, research, best practices, rigor and authentic work to create an environment where students take an active role in their own education and create a clear path to their future.

Safe Schools Coalition

http://www.safeschoolscoalition.org/
1-877-SAFE-SAFE

The Safe Schools Coalition is an international public-private partnership in support of GLBT youth, that is working to help schools become safe places where every family can belong, where every educator can teach, and where every child can learn, regardless of gender identity or sexual orientation.

Point Foundation

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1-866-33-POINT

Point Foundation provides financial support, mentoring, leadership training and hope to meritorious students who are marginalized due to sexual orientation, gender identity or gender expression.

Nickelsville

https://sites.google.com/a/nickelsville.org/home/history-of-nickelsville
(206) 450-9136

Two self-managed ecovillage neighborhood encampments in seattle that keep families and pets together.

City Hall Shelter

https://www.resourcehouse.info/win211legacy/details.aspx?AgencyID=6742&LinkID=0B19612E-9841-4CB6-B8B1-4EBDDDCECB34
600 4th Avenue, Seattle
(206) 684-0231

William Booth Center

http://williamboothcenternw.salvationarmy.org/
811 Maynard Ave S.
(206) 621-0145

Seattle Housing Authority

http://www.seattlehousing.org/
(206) 239-1500

Seattle Housing Authority provides affordable housing to more than 26,000 people through four primary assistance programs.

Plymouth Housing Group

http://www.plymouthhousing.org/
(206) 374-9409

Plymouth Housing Group works to eliminate homelessness and stabilize homeless and very low-income people in housing by preserving, developing and operating safe, decent, affordable housing, and by providing opportunities for homeless and very low-income people to improve their lives.

Mt. Baker Housing

http://www.mtbakerhousing.org/
1423 31st Ave South
(206) 725-4152

Michael’s Place

http://ccsww.convio.net/site/PageServer?pagename=housing_mp
1307 E. Spring Street
(206) 726-5688

Transitional housing for veterans

Low Income Housing Institute

http://www.lihi.org/
(206) 443-9935

The Low Income Housing Institute develops, owns and operates housing for the benefit of low-income, homeless and formerly homeless people in Washington State; advocates for just housing policies at the local and national levels; and administers a range of supportive service programs to assist those they serve in maintaining stable housing and increasing their self-sufficiency.

Capitol Hill Housing

https://capitolhillhousing.org/
1620 12th Avenue, Suite 205, Seattle
(206) 329-7303

Capitol Hill Housing builds vibrant and engaged communities through affordable housing and community development. Based on Capitol Hill, we have properties throughout the Seattle area. Since 1976, we have served low- and moderate-income residents and have worked to improve the Capitol Hill neighborhood for all.

Bellwether

http://www.bellwetherhousing.org/

Bellwether serves Seattle by helping to foster successful communities where people live, work and play in a safe and affordable community, and continues to prevent homelessness by creating and preserving affordable housing throughout Washington.

Aloha Inn

http://www.alohainn.org/
(206) 283-6070

The Aloha Inn not only houses homeless people temporarily, but allows qualified applicants to save money for permanent housing while learning skills to acquire better jobs. The Aloha Inn helps people by letting them help themselves and others.

AIDS Housing Association of Tacoma

http://aidshousingtacoma.org/
(253) 272-5533

Provides people living with HIV/AIDS a circle of caring that empowers them to stabilize their health and to maintain diverse housing options through support services, life skills education, and in home professional services.

Angeline’s Day Center for Women

http://www.ywcaworks.org/page.aspx?pid=389
(206) 436-8650

Daytime drop-in: (206) 436-8650
Enhanced Night Program: (206) 436-8656
Winter Shelter: (206) 770-0156
Both Angeline’s centers offer daytime drop-in services to women 18 years and older. Women are low-income or homeless and need a place to get resources, information and support with basic needs, including: food, laundry, shower facilities and health care. Walk-ins welcome.

Jubilee Women’s Center

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(206) 324-1244

Jubilee’s mission is to provide women a safe and supportive place to live and an opportunity to learn while becoming self-reliant in housing and employment.

Mary’s Place

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(206) 621-8474

Mary’s Place is an agency that provides homeless women and their children rescue, respite, nutrition, safety and shelter in a setting where relationships are affirmed, love and hope are discovered and a new future begins. In response to the increasing numbers of homeless families, in 2012-2013 Mary’s Place opened three new family night shelter programs and expanded services for children and families at our Day Center.

YWCA Seattle – King – Snohomish

https://www.ywcaworks.org/NetCommunity/Page.aspx?pid=457
(206) 436-8650

The YWCA serves more than 40,000 women and families each year with programs to end homelessness, create self-sufficiency, care for children and youth, prevent violence and eliminate racism.

Teen Feed

http://www.teenfeed.org/
(206) 522-4366

Teen Feed works with the community to offer support to meet basic needs, build strong relationships, and ally with homeless youth as they meet their future off the streets.

ROOTS

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206-632-1635

ROOTS provides shelter and other essential services to homeless young adults. They build community, advocate for social justice, and foster dignity among low-income people. They also provide a free all-ages meal every Friday from 5:30-7pm

YouthCare – ISIS House

http://www.youthcare.org/our-programs/shelter-and-housing/transitional-housing/isis-house
(206) 694-4500

ISIS House is YouthCare’s transitional housing program specifically for LGBTQ homeless youth

Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center

http://seattlevaccines.org/
(206) 667-2300

The Seattle HIV Vaccine Trials Unit (HVTU) is a program of the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center and the University of Washington, dedicated to working with the local community to provide HIV vaccine education and research for people interested in fighting HIV.

Seattle Transgender Economic Empowerment Project (STEEP)

http://ingersollcenter.org/STEEP

A program of Ingersoll Gender Center committed to helping Transgender and Gender Variant people improve their self-employment and career options. The first phase of STEEP is a twice-monthly break-out group that focuses on issues related to the challenging job market and the special challenges faced by Transgender people.

Seattle Queer Jobs 

https://www.facebook.com/groups/1507630536215179/

Facebook group group to post about jobs openings, jobs you are seeking, or other queer/trans job resources.

National Gay and Lesbian Chamber of Commerce

http://www.nglcc.org/

The NGLCC is the business advocate and direct link between LGBT business owners, corporations, and government, representing the interests of more than 1.4 million LGBT businesses and entrepreneurs. The NGLCC is committed to forming a broad-based coalition of LGBT owned and friendly businesses, professionals, and major corporations for the purpose of promoting economic growth and the prosperity of our members.

Greater Seattle Business Association (GSBA)

http://thegsba.org/
(206) 363-9188

The mission of the GSBA is to combine business development, leadership, and social action to expand economic opportunities for the LGBT community and those who support equality for all. Pick up a copy of the GSBA Guide & Directory. Your resource for over 1,000 businesses and services that support equality for everyone. Available in print or online at thegsba.org.

Goodwill Youth Green Corps Program

http://www.seattlegoodwill.org/job-training-and-education/programs-and-classes/green-corps-program
(206) 726-5848

Youth Green Corps is an eight month work readiness program aimed to connect engage disconnected young adults, ages 18 to 24, who are not working or in school. The program helps build strong work ethic, provides work experience, and connects participants with future career and training opportunities. For more information contact Alison Gerttula at alison.gerttula@seattlegoodwill.org

Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD)

http://www.glaad.org/

Continuously updated, glaad.org features current LGBT-related news, commentary and analysis of LGBT representations in media and provides visitors with activism opportunities, message boards, as well as streaming audio and video.

Equal Rights Washington (ERW) 

http://www.equalrightswashington.org/
(206) 324-2570

ERW is a statewide political advocacy organization for the LGBT community of Washington State. ERW works to end discrimination against LGBT people throughout the state.

Building Changes

http://www.buildingchanges.org/
(206) 805-6100

Building Changes believes everyone deserves the opportunity for a home, a healthy life and a good job. They unite public and private partners to create innovative solutions through expert advice, grant-making and advocating for lasting change.

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Puget Sound

https://www.bbbsps.org/netcommunity/page.aspx?pid=496

BBBSPS proudly welcome members of LGBTQ communities to become volunteer mentors, sharing their time and experiences with children and youth in our community. BBBSPS also reaches out to LGBTQ families and LGBTQ children and youth to let them know that caring adult mentors are available for any child who needs or wants one.

American Friends Service Committee

(206) 632-0500

The American Friends Service Committee carries out service, development, social justice, and peace programs throughout the world.

Diverse Harmony

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206-389-5858

The mission of Diverse Harmony, a gay/straight alliance youth chorus, is to create a safe, affirming environment where everyone is accepted for who they are. All levels of music experience are welcome.

stopbullying.gov

http://www.stopbullying.gov/at-risk/groups/lgbt/

Resource for addressing bullying, including links to cyberbullying information.

Simple Justice

(206) 632-9066

Simple Justice is a network of Christian individuals in Washington State committed to supporting human rights and civil liberties for all persons regardless of sexual orientation. Simple Justice provides informative materials with a reasoned voice for the basic rights of LGBT citizens and works to promote legislative change.

Seattle LGBT Commission

http://www.seattle.gov/lgbt/
(206) 684-4500

Advises the Mayor, Council and departments about sexual minority issues, recommend policies and legislation, bring the sexual minority communities and the larger Seattle community together through long-ranged projects, and ensure that City departments fairly and equitably address sexual minority concerns as individuals and as a protected class.

Radical Women

http://radicalwomen.org/
(206) 722-6057

Radical Women is a socialist feminist grassroots activist organization that provides a radical voice within the feminist movement, a feminist voice within the Left, and trains women to be leaders in the movements for social and economic justice.

LGBTQ Friendly Colleges & Student Resources Guide 

http://www.affordablecollegesonline.org/lgbtq-college-student-guide/

This guide was created to help LGBTQ students understand how many campuses are helping to make the college experience more welcoming and supportive.

Pride Foundation

http://www.pridefoundation.org/
(206) 323-3318

Pride Foundation works to inspire a culture of generosity that connects and strengthens Northwest organizations, leaders, and students who are creating LGBTQ equality.

Go Grad – Scholarships & Financial Aid for LGBTQ Students

http://www.gograd.org/financial-aid/scholarships/lgbtq/

In this guide, you will find a variety of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning (LGBTQ) scholarships in popular career fields such as the arts, physical or social sciences, advocacy and education, tips and resources for funding your master’s degree, and a scholarship application checklist to help you succeed in your academic pursuits.

Positive Solutions

(206) 322-8181

Positive Solutions provides information to individuals with disabilities, their families, and service providers. The mission of Positive Solutions is to empower individuals to make educated choices, remove disability-related barriers and enhance their lives through self advocacy.

GLSEN Washington

http://www.glsenwa.org/
(206) 330-2099

GLSEN strives to assure that each member of every school community is valued and respected regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity/expression.

GLSEN Washington

http://www.glsenwa.org/
(206) 330-2099

GLSEN strives to assure that each member of every school community is valued and respected regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity/expression.

National Organization for Women

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(206) 632-8547

NOW works to eliminate discrimination and harassment in the workplace, schools, the justice system, and all sectors of society; secure abortion, birth control and reproductive rights for all women; end all forms of violence against women; eradicate racism, sexism and homophobia; and promote equality and justice in our society.

LGBTQ Allyship

http://www.lgbtqallyship.org/

LGBTQ and Allies who believe that all oppressions are interconnected, and in the possibility of a world free of oppression. They seek to work in solidarity with marginalized communities to understand the interconnectedness of oppression and to support the systematic liberation of all people.

League of Women Voters

http://lwvwa.org/
(206) 622-8961

A nonpartisan political organization that encourages the informed and active participation of citizens in government, works to increase understanding of major public policy issues, and influences public policy through education and advocacy.

New Beginnings

http://www.newbegin.org/
(206) 522-9472

Confidentially located shelter

King County Sexual Assault Resource Center

http://www.kcsarc.org/
1-888-99-VOICE (86423)

The mission of KCSARC is to alleviate, as much as possible, the trauma of sexual assault for victims and their families. As an agency, they ultimately want to eliminate sexual assault, and to ensure the freedom to live without fear.

 

King County Coalition Against Domestic Violence

http://www.kccadv.org/
(206) 568-5454

Works to end domestic violence by facilitating collective action for social change. In county-wide public policy and education efforts, the Coalition provides leadership on behalf of community based victim service agencies and their allies.

King County Civil Rights Commission

http://www.kingcounty.gov/exec/CivilRightsCommission.aspx
(206) 296-8610

The Civil Rights Commission’s mission is to take a strong leadership role in raising community awareness and involvement on civil rights issues and to advise the King County Executive and County Council on matters related to the County’s civil rights programs.

Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center

http://seattlevaccines.org/
(206) 667-2300

The Seattle HIV Vaccine Trials Unit (HVTU) is a program of the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center and the University of Washington, dedicated to working with the local community to provide HIV vaccine education and research for people interested in fighting HIV.

Queer Healthcare Accountability Coalition

http://quhac.gaycity.org/

An online database of LGBTQ-friendly healthcare providers in the Seattle Area. Do you need to find a doctor who will prescribe PrEP for you or to work with you on an ongoing basis? Find the healthcare provider you need on QuHAC’s database!

International Gay and Lesbian Human Rights Commission (IGLHRC)

http://www.iglhrc.org/
(212) 430-6054

The mission of the International Gay and Lesbian Human Rights Commission (IGLHRC) is to secure the full enjoyment of the human rights of all people and communities subject to discrimination or abuse on the basis of sexual orientation or expression, gender identity or expression, and/or HIV status.

End AIDS Washington

Get PrEP

Getting PrEP is a great way to help end the AIDS epidemic in WA State. Find more information and resources for accessing PrEP in WA here.

King County PrEP Provider List

http://www.kingcounty.gov/healthservices/health/communicable/hiv/prevention/~/media/health/publichealth/documents/hiv/For-Patient-PrEP-Providers-List.ashx

http://www.kingcounty.gov/healthservices/health/communicable/hiv/prevention/~/media/health/publichealth/documents/hiv/For-Patient-PrEP-Providers-List.ashx

We Are 1 (HPV Vaccinations)

http://we-are-1.com/uploads/file_attachment/file/16/Vaccine_Resource_List.pdf

http://we-are-1.com/uploads/file_attachment/file/16/Vaccine_Resource_List.pdf

Human Rights Campaign

http://www.hrc.org/
(202) 628-4160

By inspiring and engaging all Americans, HRC strives to end discrimination against GLBT citizens and realize a nation that achieves fundamental fairness and equality for all.

Snohomish County HIV Prevention & Testing Program

http://www.snohd.org/Shd_CD/HivPrevention.aspx

The HIV/AIDS Prevention Program is designed to provide services, harm reduction and safer sex materials, and referral information to individuals who are HIV positive and to those who are at risk of acquiring or transmitting the Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV).

Consejo Counseling and Referral for Spanish-speaking survivors of Domestic Violence

http://www.consejocounseling.org/es
(206) 461-4880

“La mision de CONSEJO es ofrecer servicios de salud mental que incluye tratamiento terapeutico y siquiatrico, prevention y tratamiento para el abuso de alcohol y grogas. Se ofrecen servicios para la prevencion de la violencia domestica. Servicios para adolescentes y jovenes incluyendo la prevencion e intervencion de la union con pandillas y tratamiento por el abuso de substancias. Programas de VIH y programas de vivienda a las personas y familias a traves de Washington para mejorar la calidad de sus vidas y participar en sus comunidades con el mas alto nivel de desempeno.

Mission: To provide a continuum of behavioral health, substance abuse, sexual assault, youth housing, and domestic violence services to individuals and families across Washington to improve the quality of their lives and empower clients to participate in their communites at their highest level of functioning.”

NativeOUT 

http://nativeout.com/twospirit-rc/two-spirit-101/hivaids-among-american-indians-and-alaska-natives/

Information about HIV/AIDS among American Indians and Alaska Natives

Inspire Youth Project – Formerly Rise n’ Shine

http://inspireyouthproject.org/

Inspire Youth Project provides emotional support programs, stability, advocacy, and education for at-risk children and teens, especially those affected by HIV and AIDS.

Catherine Booth House

http://salvationarmydomesticviolenceprograms.org/
(206) 324-4943

Domestic violence shelter confidentially located in residential neighborhood

Gay and Lesbian National Help Center

http://www.glnh.org/
1-888-843-4564

A non-profit, tax-exempt organization that is dedicated to meeting the needs of the gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender community and those questioning their sexual orientation and gender identity. They are an outgrowth of the Gay & Lesbian National Hotline (1.888.843.4564), which began in 1996 and now is a primary program of the GLBT National Help Center.

API Chaya

http;//www.apichaya.org/
(206) 325-0325

Resources, counseling, support groups, housing assistance, safety planning, and, advocacy services to Asian, South Asian and Pacific Islander survivors of sexual assault, domestic violence and human trafficking.

Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD)

http://www.glaad.org/

Continuously updated, glaad.org features current LGBT-related news, commentary and analysis of LGBT representations in media and provides visitors with activism opportunities, message boards, as well as streaming audio and video.

Lifelong AIDS Alliance

http://www.lifelongaidsalliance.org/
(206) 328-8979

Lifelong AIDS Alliance is committed to preventing the spread of HIV, and to providing practical support services and advocating for those whose lives are affected by HIV and AIDS.

LesbianSTD.com

http://depts.washington.edu/wswstd/
(206) 731-3679

LesbianSTD.com’s goal is to provide information and resources regarding sexual health and sexually transmitted diseases in women who have sex with women and to further our collective knowledge about lesbian STDs through research.

Abused Deaf Women’s Advocacy Services

http;//www.adwas.org/information /domesticviolennce/
(206) 812-1001

Semi-confidential shelter for single women and women with children who are fleeing domestic violence and are deaf, deaf/blind or hearing impaired.

 

Equal Rights Washington (ERW) 

http://www.equalrightswashington.org/
(206) 324-2570

ERW is a statewide political advocacy organization for the LGBT community of Washington State. ERW works to end discrimination against LGBT people throughout the state.

King County HIV/AIDS Program

http://www.kingcounty.gov/healthservices/health/communicable/hiv.aspx
(206) 205-7837

The HIV/AIDS Program coordinates and collaborates with health care organizations, universities, community-based groups and other Health Department programs to provide essential prevention, research and care services.

HIV Primary Infection Clinic

http://depts.washington.edu/hpic/
(206) 667-5743

The Primary Infection Clinic is part of the University of Washington’s extensive HIV research effort to understand and help conquer HIV. They have a research program for newly infected HIV positive individuals. Their studies provide free visits and free lab tests.

Harborview STD Clinic

http://uwmedicine.washington.edu/patient-care/our-services/find-a-clinic/pages/clinic.aspx?clinicid=244
(206) 744-3590

HIV testing and counseling. Confidential STD examination, screening, treatment, and counseling. On a sliding fee. No one turned away due to lack of funds. 8AM to 6:30PM Monday to Friday. Call in advance if possible, as appointments often fill up by early afternoon.

BABES Network – YWCA

http://www.babesnetwork.org/
(206) 720-5566

A peer-based program, a sisterhood of women facing HIV together.

College Cyberbullying Awareness

http://www.affordablecollegesonline.org/college-resource-center/cyberbullying-awareness/

Tips, tools and solutions for recognizing and stopping bullying in social medial and online.

AIDS Project of the Deaf

http://www.deafnonprofit.net/dap/
(206) 328-4808

Education, training, and referral for the deaf, deaf-blind, and hard of hearing.

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Puget Sound

https://www.bbbsps.org/netcommunity/page.aspx?pid=496

BBBSPS proudly welcome members of LGBTQ communities to become volunteer mentors, sharing their time and experiences with children and youth in our community. BBBSPS also reaches out to LGBTQ families and LGBTQ children and youth to let them know that caring adult mentors are available for any child who needs or wants one.

American Friends Service Committee

(206) 632-0500 

The American Friends Service Committee carries out service, development, social justice, and peace programs throughout the world.

American Civil Liberties Union

American Civil Liberties Union
http://www.aclu.org/
206-624-2180

A nonprofit, nonpartisan, membership organization devoted to protecting the basic civil liberties of all Americans, and extending them to groups that have traditionally been denied their basic civil rights.

Asylum Connect

AsylumConnect
Centralized database of service providers, including legal services, for LGBTQ asylum seekers in the United States.

Diverse Harmony

www.lgbtqallyship.org
206-389-5858
The mission of Diverse Harmony, a gay/straight alliance youth chorus, is to create a safe, affirming environment where everyone is accepted for who they are. All levels of music experience are welcome.