Spirituality

August 4, 2016 in Resources

Made in God’s Image Center for Lesbian and Gay Studies in Religion and Ministry Gay Buddhist Sanga – resources and support GayChurch.org – Directory of welcoming mainstream congregations Institute for Welcoming Resources Metropolitan Community Churches Soulforce – national evangelical/christian activists ← Resources

Two-Spirit

August 4, 2016 in Resources

For information concerning the use of the term “2-Spirit,” we recommend the following link: A Letter to White People Using the Term ‘Two Spirit’” Dancing to Eagle Spirit Society First Nations 2-Spirit Collective – Facebook page Native Out – National Resources/multimedia Native Youth Sexual Health Network Two Spirit Resource Directory – Excellent Resource Listing Bay Area American Indian Two-Spirits – events, resources ← Resources

Gender Non-Conforming, Intersex & Transgender

August 4, 2016 in Resources

F.T.M. International Intersex Society of North America National Center for Transgender Equality Project Health Transline Sexuality Information and Education Council of the United States Trans Advocacy Network Transgender Day of Remembrance Transgender Law Center Transpulseproject.ca UCSF Center of Excellence for Transgender Health World Professional Assoc. of Transgender Health Brown Boi Project – support for masculine of center and non-conforming LGBTQI2-S people of color Gender Health Ce…

People of Color

August 4, 2016 in Resources

API Family Pride – support for API families with LGBTQI members The Center for Black Equity – National resources Muslims for Progressive Values – Excellent resource guide Aguilas – organization for Gay/bisexual Latino men API Wellness Center – programs and direct services Berkeley South Asain Radical History Walking Tour – 100 years of Desi history on the streets of Berkeley E/LA Para Translatinas – SF support for transgender Latinas Gay Middle Eastern M…

Bisexual

August 4, 2016 in Resources

Bi-Net– National resource center for Bisexual people American Institute of Bisexuality – link to research, videos and books Bay Area Bisexual Network – local resources ← Resources

Family & Youth

August 4, 2016 in Resources

It Gets Better Project A Better Way Children’s Advocacy Center – mental health support for children COLAGE – support for people with LGBTQ parents Family Builders – adoption services Family Acceptance Project/SFSU – resource for families and providers Family Equality Council – international LGBTQ family resources Gay-Straight Alliance Network – student-run school clubs GLSEN – Gay Lesbian Straight Educator Network Out and Proud Families – Resources and videos …

Elders

August 4, 2016 in Resources

National Resource Center on LGBT Aging – Links and resources Genuine and Personal Home Health Care – local LGBTQ focused Home Health Care agency Next Step in Care – Guide to LGBT Caregiving SAGE – Services and Advocacy for GLBT Elders Lavender Seniors – San Leandro – Support for LGBTQ seniors Openhouse – Housing, Services, and Community for LGBT Seniors Old Lesbians Organized for Change – National org w/local chapter ← Resources

Legal, Advocacy & Political Resources

August 4, 2016 in Resources

Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation Human Rights Campaign Lambda Legal National Gay & Lesbian Task Force The National Center for Transgender Equality National Black Justice Coalition National Center for Lesbian Rights National Council of La Raza Equality California ← Resources

Immigration

August 4, 2016 in Resources

Immigration Equality – free legal advice for immigrants OLAS – support services for Latin American Immigrants ORAM – Organization for Refuge, Asylum & Migration Out for Immigration Outright Action International – education/advocacy ← Resources

Housing

August 4, 2016 in Resources

Trans housing network – National resource YEAH – local youth support/emergency housing Alameda Family Services Dreamcatchers ← Resources

HIV/AIDS Resources

August 4, 2016 in Resources

AIDS Project East Bay Asian Health Services – Rapid HIV Testing Black Coalition on AIDS East Bay AIDS Center Project Inform Project Open Hand Positive Resource Center San Francisco AIDS Foundation Stop AIDS Project ← Resources

Crisis Support & Hotlines

August 4, 2016 in Resources

Nationwide Suicide Crisis Hotline (24 Hour Crisis Line): 1.800.SUICIDE Alameda County Crisis Support Services (24 Hour Crisis Line): 1.800.309.2131 Alameda County Access: 1.800.491.9099 Berkeley Crisis Assistance Mobile Crisis Team (10:00am – 1am): 510.981.5254 (8am – 4pm; Mon –Fri; non-life threatening crisis): 510.981.5244 Contra Costa County Access: 1.888.678.7277 Crisis: 1.800.833.2900 San Francisco S.F. Suicide Prevention: 415.781.0500 Crisis Line: 415.781.0500 HIV Nightline: 415.434.2437 (…

Health & Wellness

August 4, 2016 in Resources

GLMA: Gay and Lesbian Medical Association – Online directory & professional association National Coalition for LGBT Health National Alliance on Mental Health – LGBTQ Support SIECUS: Sexuality Information and Education Council of the United States API Wellness Center Asian Health Services – Oakland Berkeley Free Clinic Gaylesta – LGBTQ therapist referrals and professional association Lyon-Martin Health Services – primary and mental health services Rainbow Community Center &…

Community Centers

August 4, 2016 in Resources

Centerlink – member-based coalition of LGBT community centers Northern California LGBTQI2-S Stonewall Alliance Center – 530.893.3336 Chico Rainbow Community Center – 925.692.0090 Contra Costa County Spectrum – 415.457-1115 Marin County Sacramento Gay & Lesbian Center – 916.442.0185 Sacramento San Francisco LGBT Center – 415.865.5555 Billy DeFrank LGBT Community Center – 408.293.2429 South Bay/San Jose Diversity Center of Santa Cruz – 831.425.54…

A Smokin’ Life with HIV

July 17, 2012 in Resources

by Gloria B. Soliz, MDiv, CTTS People with HIV are living longer and they have dreams. My friend Zane just graduated with his masters degree in physical therapy. Zane has been intently focused on his education and running his workout business. In celebrating his accomplishment, Zane reflected on his journey. “I was diagnosed with HIV before drugs were available. I prepare most of my meals from scratch and work out with my exercise classes. I’ve managed to stayed alive. I’ve got my education. Now…

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