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FirstGov: search engine and links sorted by interest areas: www.firstgov.gov
National Institute of Health: World's premier medical research organization, supporting some 35,000 research projects nationwide in diseases like cancer, Alzheimer's, diabetes, arthritis, heart ailments and AIDS. www.nih.gov.United States Department of Health and Human Services: Search engine, links to agencies, news, opportunities, and related sites: www.dhhs.gov.
American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees (AFL-CIO), www.afscme.org.
American Psychological Association - Committee on Lesbian and Gay Concerns, www.apa.org/pi/lgbc.
American Public Health Association: Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Caucus of Public Health Workers, www.apha.org.
Association for Worksite Health Promotion. Provides a network of worksite health promotion professionals willing to share the methods, processes and technologies necessary to initiate a successful health promotion program, www.awhp.org.
Association of Gay and Lesbian Psychiatrists. Professional organization of psychiatrists, psychiatry residents, and medical students that serves as a voice for the concerns of lesbians and gay men within the psychiatric community. Committed to fostering a more accurate understanding of homosexuality, opposing discriminatory practices against gay men and lesbians, and promoting supportive, well-informed psychiatric care for lesbian and gay patients, www.aglp.org.
Association of Nurses in AIDS Care. Committed to fostering the individual and collective professional
development of nurses involved in the delivery of health care to persons
infected or affected by the HIV, and to promoting the health, welfare, and
rights of all HIV infected persons. 11250 Roger Bacon Drive, Suite 8, Reston, VA 20190-5202.
Phone: 800-260-6780 or 703-925-0081,e-mail: AIDSNURSES@aol.com.
Affordable Colleges Online (ACO): Attending college can be difficult, but lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and questioning students may have an even harder time than others. The following guide was created to help LGBTQ students understand how many campuses are helping to make the college experience more welcoming and supportive. http://www.affordablecollegesonline.org/lgbtq-college-student-guide/
Anti-discrimination laws protecting the LGBT community: http://www.lgbtmap.org/equality-maps/non_discrimination_laws
Countries not safe to work, live or travel in for
LGBT individuals and couples:
Discrimination against the LGBT community in workplaces: http://www.workplacefairness.org/sexual-orientation-discrimination
Gay and Lesbian Medical Association (GLMA). Working to end homophobia in health care. Represents the interests of LGBT
physicians and medical students, as well as millions of LGBT patients
throughout North America who seek equality in health care access and
delivery. Web site contains the full text of this Healthy People 2010
Companion document, the January 2000 white paper, "LGBT Health:
Findings and Concerns," comprehensive information on LGBT health in the
United States, links to other LGBT and health organizations, and the
nation's largest online LGBT heath care provider referral program. 11250 Roger Bacon Drive, Suite 8, Reston, VA 20190-5202.
Phone: 800-260-6780 or 703-925-0081,e-mail: AIDSNURSES@aol.com,
National Association of School Nurses. www.nasn.org.
National Association of Social Workers:
National Committee on Lesbian, Gay and Bisexual Issues.
Membership organization that promotes, develops, and protects the practice
of social work and social workers. Committed to enhancing the effective
functioning and well-being of individuals, families, and communities through
its work and through its advocacy.750 First St. NE, Suite 700, Washington, DC 20002-4241.
Partnership for Prevention. Dedicated to increasing the resources for and knowledge about effective disease prevention and health promotion policies. Analyzes information and convenes experts and decision makers from various sectors to identify strategies to improve the science and practice of prevention. Advocates for policies and programs that reduce the nation's burden of preventable disease, injury, and death. 750 First St. NE, Suite 700, Washington, DC 20002-4241. Phone: 202-408-8600, www.socialworkers.org.
Wellness Councils of America. Dedicated to improving the health and well-being of Americans everywhere - especially through activities at the worksite. www.welcoa.org
Alternatives to Marriage Project. http://www.unmarried.org. A national organization for unmarried people, including people who choose not to marry, are prevented from marrying, or are among the majority of people who live together before marriage. Work for greater understanding and acceptance of unmarried people.
BiNet, USA. www.binetusa.org. Also known as the Bisexual Network of the USA, this is a national organization. Dedicated to collecting and distributing information regarding bisexuality; facilitating the development of bisexual community and visibility; working for the equal rights and liberation of bisexuals and all oppressed peoples; eradicating all forms of oppression inside and outside the bisexual community.
Bisexual Resource Center. www.biresource.org. Focusing on research and education, the center also serves as a support network and provides a public forum for the discussion of bisexuality.
Children of Lesbians and Gays Everywhere (COLAGE). 3543 18th St., #1, San Francisco, CA 94110. Phone: 415-861-KIDS (5437), E-mail: email@example.com, www.colage.org. Mission is to foster the growth of daughters and sons of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender parents of all racial, ethnic, and class backgrounds by providing education, support and community on local and international levels, to advocate for our rights and those of our families, and to promote acceptance and awareness in society that love makes a family.
Comprehensive American LGBT Civil Rights Resource Guide. http://www.adameve.com/t-ae-lgbt-resource-guide.aspx
Families Like Ours, Inc. P.O. Box 3137, Renton, WA 98056-3137. Phone: 425-793-7911 Washington Office or 480-699-2897 Arizona Office. www.familieslikeours.org. Online virtual community where alternative family parents (adoptive and birth parents) and parents-to-be will find resources, tools, and support.
Family Equality Council. PO Box 206, Boston, MA 02133. Phone: 617-502-8700. ww.familyequality.org. Family Equality Council is changing attitudes and policies to ensure all families are respected, loved, and celebrated - especially families with parents who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, or transgender.
Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD). 1825 Connecticut Avenue NW, 5th Floor, Washington, DC 20009. Phone: 202-986-1360 or 1-800-GAY-MEDIA (1-800-429-6334), E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org, www.glaad.org. Dedicated to promoting and ensuring fair, accurate, and inclusive representation of individuals and events in all media as a means of eliminating homophobia and discrimination based on gender identity and sexual orientation.
Gay and Lesbian Victims' Assistance Hotline. Phone: 800-259-1536. Assists all victims of antigay incidents and provides a centralized source of information and documentation.
Gay and Lesbian Association of Retiring Persons (GLARP). Phone: 310-966-1500. E-mail: email@example.com, www.gaylesbianretiring.org. Dedicated to encouraging gay and lesbian individuals and businesses to give financially and of their time and talent to enhance the aging experience of all retiring gays and lesbians in exchange for tax and other benefits.
Gay and Lesbian National Hotline. Phone: 1-888-843-4564 or 212-989-0999 or 415-355-0999, E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org, www.glnh.org. National nonprofit dedicated to meeting the needs of the gay and lesbian community by offering free and totally anonymous information, referrals and peercounseling.
Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network (GLSEN). 121 West 27th St. Suite 804, New York, NY 10001. Phone: 212-727-1035, www.glsen.org. Leading national organization fighting to end anti-gay bias in K-12 schools, working for a future in which every child learns to respect and accept all people, regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity. Web site includes resource guides and workshops for safe schools and staff development, statistic reports, curricula for teachers, and law and policy guides.
GLBTQ Domestic Violence Project. Phone:
955 Massachusetts Avenue, PMB 131
Harry Benjamin International Gender Dysphoria Association (HBIGDA). 1300 South Second Street, Suite 180, Minneapolis, MN 55454. Phone: 612-625-1500, www.hbigda.org. Professional organization devoted to the understanding and treatment of gender identity disorders. HBIGDA also develops and publishes internationally accepted Standards of Care for the treatment of gender identity disorders.
Human Rights Campaign (HRC). 919 18th Street, NW, Suite 800, Washington, DC 20006. Phone: 202-628-4160, www.hrc.org. Largest national lesbian and gay political organization, the HRC is committed to an America where lesbian and gay people are ensured of their basic equal rights.
Institute for Gay and Lesbian Strategic Studies. IGLSS, P.O. Box 53036, Washington, D.C. 20009-3036. Phone: 413-577-0145, www.iglss.org. Supports scholarly inquiry and enhances major public policy debates through research, analysis, and education in order to create an equal and integrated society for people of all sexual orientations and gender identities.
Intersex Society of North America. P.O. Box 3070, Ann Arbor, MI 48106-3070. www.isna.org. A public awareness, education, and advocacy organization which works to create a world free of shame, secrecy, and unwanted surgery for intersex people.
National Association of Lesbian and Gay Addiction Professionals (NALGAP). c/o NAADAC, 901 North Washington Street, Suite 600, Alexandria, VA 22314. Phone: 703-465-0539, www.nalgap.org. Membership organization dedicated to the prevention and treatment of alcoholism, substance abuse, and other addictions in LGBT communities. Confronts homophobia and heterosexism in the delivery of services to LGBT people and advocates for LGBT-affirming programs and services. Provides information, training, networking and advocacy, and support for addiction professionals, individuals in recovery, and others concerned about LGBT health.
National Center for Lesbian Rights. 870 Market St. Suite 570, San Francisco, CA 94102. Phone: 415-392-6257, www.nclrights.org. Nation's legal center with a primary commitment to advancing the rights and safety of lesbians and their families through a program of litigation, public policy advocacy, free legal advice and counseling, and public education.
National Coalition for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Health. c/o Whitman-Walker Clinic, Attn: Cornelius Baker. 1407 S St. NW, Washington, DC 20009 E-mail: email@example.com, www.nclgbthealth.net. Committed to improving the health and well-being of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender individuals through federal advocacy that is focused on research, policy, education and training. Web site includes resources and links related to LGBT health and federal advocacy, as well as the full text of this Healthy People 2010 Companion document.
National Coalition of Anti-Violence Programs. Coordinated by the New York City Gay and Lesbian Anti-Violence Project. 240 West 35th Street, Suite 200, New York, NY 10001. Phone: 212-714-1184, www.avp.org. Association of 26 programs that document and advocate for victims of antilesbian, gay, transgender, bisexual and HIV-related violence/harassment, domestic/intimate partner violence, sexual assault, police abuse/misconduct, and other forms of victimization. Annually publishes the only national report on hate crimes toward the LGBT and HIV-positive community.
The National LGBTQ Task Force, 1325
Massachusetts Ave. NW, Suite 600, Washington, DC 20005
National Minority AIDS Council, 1931 13th St. NW, Washington, DC 20009. Phone: 202-483-6622, www.nmac.org. National organization dedicated to developing leadership within communities of color to address the challenge of HIV/AIDS.
National Native American AIDS Prevention Center. 436 14th Street, Suite 1020, Oakland, CA 94612. Phone: 510-444-2051, www.nnaapc.org. Committed to stopping the spread of HIV and related diseases among American Indians, Alaska Natives, and Native Hawaiians and to improve the quality of life for members of our communities infected and affected by HIV/AIDS.
National Youth Advocacy Coalition (YAC). 1638 R St. NW, #300, Washington, DC 20009-6451. Phone: 202-319-7596, www.nyacyouth.org. Advocate for and with young people who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, or transgender in an effort to end discrimination against these youth and to ensure their physical and emotional well being. Web site includes bibliography and resource directory of works appropriate for children, adolescents, educators, and family, and on such topics as religion and HIV/AIDS.
Parents, Families and Friends of Lesbian and Gays (P-FLAG). 1726 M Street, NW, Suite 400, Washington, DC 20036. Phone: 202-467-8180, www.pflag.org. Promotes the health and well-being of LGBT persons, their families and friends through support, education, and advocacy, to create a society that is healthy and respectful of human diversity.
PublicHealth.org summarizes the fight against HIV/AIDS, highlighting where we currently stand with this global public health issue. http://www.publichealth.org/public-awareness/hiv-aids/
Hawaii Gay Marriage: www.hawaiigaymarriage.com
"Axios"- Eastern and Orthodox Christian Gay Men and Women, http://axios.net
Foundations:Astraea National Lesbian Action Foundation: National nonprofit public charity whose purpose is to advance the economic, political, educational and cultural well-being of lesbians. Educates individuals about money, power and giving. Dedicated to expanding the community of donors supporting lesbian issues and to raise and distribute funds to organizations, individuals and projects. Programs benefit lesbians, gay men and all women and girls both in the United States and internationally and work to eliminate racism, ageism, sexism, heterosexism, economic exploitation and anti-Semitism. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org, Website: www.astraea.org.
Gill Foundation: Serves as a catalyst and provides resources for communities in pursuit of justice and equality, while building awareness of the contributions gay men and lesbians make to American society. Through grantmaking activities, technical assistance and other special programs, the Foundation invests in organizations serving the needs of LGBT people, and in community programs designed to improve the quality of life for everyone. E-mail: email@example.com, Website: www.gillfoundation.org.Lesbian Health Fund: A program of the Gay and Lesbian Medical Association. Dedicated to improving the health of lesbians and their families through research grants. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org, Website: www.glma.org/programs/lhf/index.html.
National Health Foundation: Independent, charitable, tax-exempt, 501(c)(3) corporation dedicated to improving and enhancing the health of the underserved by developing and supporting innovative programs that can become independently viable, systemic solutions to gaps in healthcare access and delivery, and that have the potential to be replicated nationally. Website: www.nationalhealthfdt.org
Callen-Lorde Community Health Center - New York. Offers primary health care, including medical services, case management, health promotion, support groups, lesbian health services, HIV/AIDS primary care and special programs reaching at-risk teens and transgender individuals. Website: www.callen-lorde.org.Chase Brexton Health Services - Maryland. Offers comprehensive primary care services, including but not limited to medical services, mental health, addictions counseling, pediatrics, health promotion, case management, preventative health care, STD clinics and HIV/AIDS primary care. Website: www.chasebrexton.org.
Fenway Community Health - Boston, MA
Howard Brown Health Center - Chicago, IL. Howard Brown Health Center, located in downtown Chicago, offers a continuum of primary care services, with a focus on addressing the needs of the LGBT community. Medical care, comprehensive HIV/AIDS care, STD services and a women's health program, mental health counseling and support services, prevention and wellness programs are also available. Website: www.howardbrown.org.
Los Angeles Gay and Lesbian Center -Los Angeles, CA. Lambda offers traditional family practice services, including wellness and prevention programs, Ob-Gyn, and HIV/AIDS treatment. HIV/AIDS services are available at the Jeffrey Goodman Special Care Clinic, while Lesbian health programs are located with the Audre Lorde Lesbian Health Clinic. Adolescent HIV services are provided at the Pedro Zamora Youth HIV Clinic. In addition to primary medical care, the Lambda group also offers mental health and domestic violence services. Office: 877-4LAMBDA (877-452-6232). Website: www.laglc.org.
Montrose Clinic- Houston, TX. Montrose Clinic is located in Houston, Texas, and is the city's only health clinic serving the lesbian and gay community. As part of the Clinic's primary care services, it offers anonymous and confidential HIV testing, women's health services, dermatology, nutrition consultation, optometry and ophthalmology screening, and STD and Hepatitis C screening services. A community services division provides education, case management and outreach. A research division, Houston Clinical Research Network, provides community based HIV drug research through clinical trials. Website: www.montroseclinic.org.
Whitman Walker Clinic- Washington, DC. Whitman Walker Clinic, a volunteer-based lesbian and gay community health
organization serving the Washington, DC metropolitan area, provides health
care services to the LGBT community in the greater District of Columbia area,
with four service delivery sites, two in the District, and one each in
Virginia and Maryland. Services include HIV/AIDS care and treatment, mental
health services, lesbian and gay health wellness programs, a lesbian and gay
hotline, and AIDS education and prevention programs. A special HIV and STD
prevention initiative targets the Latino community through outreach and
Office: 202-365-5225 (24-Hour Line)
ACLU Lesbian and Gay Rights. 125 Broad St., 18th Floor, New York, NY 10004. Phone: 212-549-2627, www.aclu.org/issues/gay/hmgl.html. Works for fair and equal treatment for LGBT people. This means evenhanded treatment by the government, protection from discrimination in jobs, schools, housing, and public accommodations, and equal rights for gay and lesbian couples and families. The ACLU AIDS Project works to ensure that as society responds to the changing nature of the HIV epidemic, it does not needlessly abrogate fundamental constitutional rights.
Advocates for Youth. www.advocatesforyouth.org. Dedicated to creating programs and promoting policies that help young people make informed and responsible decisions about their sexual health. Provides information, training, and advocacy to youth-serving organizations, policy makers, and the media in the United States and internationally.
American Society on Aging - Lesbian and Gay Aging Issues Network. 833 Market St, Suite 511, San Francisco, CA 94103-1824. Phone: 415-974-9600, E-mail: email@example.com, www.asaging.org/lgain.html. Works to raise awareness about the special challenges that LGBT elders face as they age, and about the unique barriers these often invisible populations encounter in gaining access to housing, healthcare, long-term care and social services. Web site includes an extensive annotated directory of Internet resources dealing with LGBT aging.
Association for Gay, Lesbian, and Bisexual Issues in Counseling. 5999 Stevenson Ave., Alexandria, VA 22304. www.aglbic.org. Committed to educating mental health service providers about issues confronting LGBT individuals.
Bi The Way. http://www.bisexual.org/g/bitheway.
This site is a resource and reference for bisexuals, as well as the
general LesBiGay community.
Center for LGBT Health at Columbia University: Joseph L. Mailman School of Public Health. Columbia University, 600 West 168th Street, 7th Floor, New York, NY 10032. Phone: 212-305-3457, E-mail c/o Randy Sell, Ph.D.: firstname.lastname@example.org. Coordinates and conducts LGBT health research, education, services, and policy.
Center for Lesbian Health Research: University of California, San Francisco. Laurel Heights Campus, 3333 California St., Suite 340, San Francisco, CA 92118. Phone: 415-502-5209, www.lesbianhealthinfo.org/about/index.html. Specifically and uniquely concerned with health and wellness issues about lesbians, bisexual women, transgender individuals, their families, and health care providers. Engages in health research on lesbian, bisexual women, and transgender individuals. Conducts research, education, training and public service, reflective of a broad vision of health and wellness and a strong commitment to community collaborations. Ensures that the results of the Center's research will be used in a broad range of settings, from clinical care applications to policy implementation.
FTM International: www.ftmi.org. The Internet contact point for the largest, longest-running educational organization serving female-to-male (FTM) transgender people and transsexual men.
Gay Asian Pacific Alliance: www.gapa.org, E-mail: email@example.com. An organization dedicated to furthering the interests of gay and bisexual Asian/Pacific Islanders by creating awareness, by developing a positive collective identity and by establishing a supportive community. Formed from the need for an organization to address, through a democratic process, social, cultural, and political issues affecting the gay and bisexual Asian/Pacific Islander Community.
The Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender Health Access Project- Justice Resource Institute Health. 100 Boylston St., Suite 815, Boston, MA 02116. Phone: 617-988-2605, www.glbthealth.org. The mission of the LGBT Health Access Project is to strengthen the Massachusetts Department of Public Health's ability to foster the development of comprehensive, culturally appropriate health care services for LGBT people through a variety of venues including community education, policy development, advocacy, and prevention strategies.
GLMA: www.glma.org. Health Professionals Advancing LGBT Equality (previously known as the Gay & Lesbian Medical Association) is the world's largest and oldest association of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) healthcare professionals. GLMA's mission is to ensure equality in healthcare for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) individuals and healthcare providers. 1326 18th, Street NW, Suite 22, Washington, DC 20036. Phone: 202-600-8037 firstname.lastname@example.org
Institute on Sexual, Inequality and Health - San Francisco State University. Human Sexuality Studies Program, Room 336. 1600 Holloway Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94132. Phone: 415-405-3570, E-mail: email@example.com, http://hmsx.sfsu.edu. A research, policy and training institute of the Human Sexuality Studies Program funded in part by the Ford Foundation that provides high quality academic research and training in the service of marginalized communities. The Institute is committed to addressing health and social disparities that affect cultural minorities through applied social science research that shapes community-based services and programs and informed public policy. The Institute sponsors an annual Summer Institute on Sexuality, Society and Health for students, researchers and practitioners from the United States and other countries.
Lesbian Health Foundation of the Gay and Lesbian Medical Association. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org, www.lesbianhealthfoundation.org. The Lesbian Health Foundation, a part of the Gay and Lesbian Medical Association, provides a web-based resource for research, information and services on health issues affecting lesbians, bisexual women, and transgender individuals; education and training for health care professionals; and a national Speakers Bureau for educating and raising awareness of the special health needs of lesbians, bisexual women, and transgender individuals.
Lesbian Health Listserv Majordomo@queernet.org. To subscribe, send e-mail to above address with lesbian health in the body of the message.
Lesbian Health Research Institute. Phone: 212-305-4055, E-mail: Scout@aol.com, www.lesbianhealthresearch.org. Part of the Center for LGBT Health at Columbia University, the Lesbian Health Research Institute is committed to conducting, facilitating, supporting, and publishing high quality community-based research about lesbian health. LHRI publishes a quarterly newsletter and maintains a Web site for lesbian health research issues.
Massachusetts Department of Education Governor's Commission on Gay and Lesbian Youth - Safe Schools Project. www.doe.mass.edu/lss/program/ssch.html. Site includes two papers: A Student Guide to Gay/Straight Alliances and Recommendations on the Support and Safety of Gay and Lesbian Student.
National Clearinghouse for Alcohol and Drug Information. www.health.org:80/features/lgbt/index.htm. Site includes research abstracts on substance abuse in the LGBT population, "how to" on social support and violence prevention, and information on risk factors associated with youth and suicide.
National Consortium of Directors of LGBT Resources in Higher Education. www.lgbtcampus.org. Committed to achieving higher education environments in which LGBT students, faculty, staff, administrators, and alumni have equity in every respect. Supports colleagues and develops curriculum; seeks climate improvement on campuses; advocates for policy change, program development, and establishment of LGBT. Office/Centers. Web site includes directory of LGBT resources on college campuses.
The National Women's Health Information Center. Phone: 1-800-994-9662 or TDD: 1-888-220-5446, www.womenshealth.gov. A service of the Office on Women's Health in the Department of Health and Human Services. Provides a gateway to the vast array of Federal and other women's health information resources.
National Association of School Nurses: www.nasn.org
Network for Battered Lesbians and Bisexual P.O. Box 6011, Boston, MA 02114. Phone: 619-695-0877 (Voice/TTY) or 619-423-SAFE (7233) (Crisis hotline - English and Spanish), E-mail: email@example.com, www.nblbw.org. Addresses battering in LGBT communities, provides support to battered lesbians and bisexual women, and works toward the elimination of violence against women. Web site includes information on same-sex domestic violence, resources, a newsletter, links and a bibliography on battering in LGBT communities. In Spanish and English.
Notes on Gender Transition:www.avitale.com/FTM_101.html. An overview of the FTM experience, focusing particularly on health issues.
Pride Institute. 14400 Eden Martin Drive, Eden Prairie, MN 55344. Phone: 614-934-7554 or 1-800-54-PRID, www.pride-institute.com, E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. Specialize in providing addiction and mental health treatment to the LGBT community.
Road Map for Male-to-Female Transsexuals. www.tsroadmap.com. Site discusses making informed purchasing decisions and setting realistic, achievable transition goals.
Safe Zone. www.indiana.edu/~out/safezone/links.shtml.
Stepping Stone of San Diego - HIV/AIDS and Substance Abuse Services. 3425 5th Ave., San Diego, CA 92103. Phone: 619-295-3995, www.steppingstonesd.org. Dedicated to creating, sustaining, and extending life enhancing alcohol and other drug recovery and prevention services primarily to the LGBT community in San Diego County.
Transgender Education Network: www.jri.org. An HIV prevention and health initiative promotion aimed at Greater Boston's transgender population.
Transgendered Network International: http://www.tgni.com
Transsexual Women's Resources: www.annelawrence.com/twr. Medical and other resources for transsexual women (Male-to-Female).
Tri-Ess International: www.tri-ess.org
Salutaris, NIH Gay and Lesbian Employees Forum: www.recgov.org
TG Self Help Resources: www.geocities/WestHollywood/Heights/7396/tgresources.html
Support for Gay Male Teenagers: www.GayBoySupport.com, email: info@GayBoySupport.com.
Matthew's Place: http://www.matthewsplace.com/
The Gay Agenda: http://www.gayagenda.com
TSTG Society: www.tstgsociety.org
The Kinsey Institute Sexual Health Clinic: http://kinseyinstitute.org/services/clinic-sex.html
The Straight Spouse Network: http://www.ssnetwk.org
Lesbian Worlds Information Center: http://www.lesbianworlds.com
Prairie Open and Affirming Sexual Orientation Support (Prairie OASOS): http://www.geocities.com/prairieoasos/
Cooler by the Lake: WI GLB Support: http://www.cbtl.org/glb/health.htm
Gay and Lesbian Humanist Association: http://www.galha.org
Pink Triangle Trust: http://www.pinktriangle.org.uk
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) National AIDS Clearinghouse (Information and publication orders): 800-458-5231
Hemophilia AIDS Network/National Hemophilia Foundation: 800-424-2634
Mortgage Consumer Guide - A comprehensive
National AIDS Hotline: 800-342-2437 (24 hours a day, daily)
National Association of People with AIDS: 202-898-0414
National Gay & Lesbian Youth Hotline: 800-347-Teen
National Prevention Information Network: A service to get free educational materials about HIV, TB and other sexually transmitted diseases. 800-458-5231 (English and Spanish), TTY/TDD: 800-243-7012, International line: 301-562-1098
Marriage Equality CA (MECA): http://marriageequalityca.org/community_links.php
Bi The Way: http://www.bitheway.org
Dignity Boston: http://www.dignityboston.org
Pastoral Counselors Seeking Openness around Sexual Justice: www.pcsosj.org