Resources: LGBTQ+

  • Equality Clinic of Augusta: is an LGBTQ-friendly space for those in the Central Savannah River Area community who are under- or un-insured and fall below 200% of the federal poverty level. Services include primary care, gender transition support, HIV screening, PrEP, free blood work, free clinical pathology tests, oral health screenings, and mental health support.
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    Call: (762) 218-2226 Email: equalityclinicaugusta@gmail.com Address: 1014 Moore Avenue, August, GA 30904

    • NOTE: email or call the number above to schedule an appointment and include your name, desired appointment date and time, any necessary information, and how they should contact you. Clinic is open the second and fourth Wednesday of every month beginning at 5:30pm
       

  • Galano: is a support center for the Greater Atlanta LGBTQ+ and friends’ recovery community and 12-Step meetings, including alcoholic anonymous, narcotics anonymous, emotions anonymous, and more. For more information: Click here
    Address: 585 Dutch Valley Road NE, Atlanta, GA 30324
     

  • LGBT National Help Center: has a hotline that provides telephone, online private on-to-one chat, and email peer-support in addition to factual information and local resources.
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    Call: (888) 843-4564
    Email: help@LGBThotline.org
    Hours: Monday through Friday 4pm to 12am EST, Saturday 12pm to 5pm EST
     

  • LGBTQ Therapist Resource: seeks to improve access to safe, competent therapists for LGBTQ-identified individuals in Georgia through therapy groups and a therapist directory.
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  • Lambda Legal in Atlanta: provides legal assistance to LGBT+ people and anyone living with HIV.
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    Call: (404) 897-1880
    Address: 1 West Court Square, Suite 105, Decatur, GA 30030 
     

  • Lost and Found Youth: provides 24/7 crisis support, housing, clothing and food, mental health services, STD and health referrals, education resources, and more as well as a safe space to LGBTQ youth ages 13 through 25.
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    Address: 2585 Chantilly Dr NE, Atlanta, GA 30324 24/7
    Hotline: (678) 856-7825                                                                                                                           
     

  • National Queer and Trans Therapist of Color Network: is advancing healing justice by transforming mental heal for queer and trans people of color, including through a directory of therapists.
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  • OutCare: provides extensive information and education on LGBTQ+ healthcare, including connecting individuals to affirming healthcare providers.
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    Email: info@outcarehealth.org
     

  • PFLAG Atlanta: works to promote the health and well-being of LGBTQ+ individuals, their families, and friends through support, education, and advocacy. Their major programs include three monthly support groups. For more information: Click here
     

  • Point of Pride: works to serve trans people in need through gender-affirming support programs. Services include an annual surgery fun, a free chest binder and trans femme shapewear program, an electrolysis financial support program, an HRT access fund, and other community support initiatives for trans youth and adults.
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  • SAGE: works to support LGBTQ+ elders, by advocating for and supporting their rights and fostering a greater sense of community among LGBTQ+ individuals later in life.
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    24/7 Hotline: (877) 360-5428
     

  • Therapy for Queer People of Color: is a directory of inclusive mental health providers dedicated to meeting the needs of the LGBTQ and POC communities.
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  • TRANScending Barriers Atlanta: is a non-profit that works to serve the transgender community in Atlanta through many programs, including case management, gender marker and name change assistance, re-entry transitional assistance for those recently incarcerated, and a peer empowerment group.
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    Address: 1755 The Exchange Suite 115, Atlanta, GA 30339
    Email: info@transcendingbarriersatl.org
     

  • Trans Housing Atlanta Program: works to provide safe housing and appropriate supportive services to transgender and gender-nonconforming individuals who are homeless to facilitate movement to independent living and promote productive employment and reduction of risky behaviors. These services include, but are not limited to, sponsorship for housing causes, emergency housing assistance, food vouchers, and connection to care for mental health, job placement, and housing needs.
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    Email: transhousingatlanta@gmail.com
    Call: (404) 458-7948, leave a message if they don’t pick up NOTE: to be considered for resources, fill out the THAP assistance request form under the “What We Do” tab to be contacted by their case manager
     

  • Trans Lifeline: is a non-profit organization offering direct emotional and financial support to trans people in crisis through a crisis hotline run by trans/nonbinary peer operators, a family and friends hotline (same number), and microgrants for name and gender marker changes, access to trans health care, and necessities for incarcerated trans individuals.
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    Hotline: (877) 565-8860
    Current Hours: operators are guaranteed to be on call 5:00pm – 1:00am EST
     

  • The Trevor Project: a national 24-hour, toll free confidential suicide hotline for LGBTQ youth.
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    Call: 1-866-488-7386 
    Text: START to 678678 
     

  • LGBTQ Resource Center at the University of Georgia: provides a list of resources for the LGBTQ+ community at UGA.
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  • LGBTQ Resource Center at the University of Georgia: provides a list of resources for the LGBTQ+ community at UGA.
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