LGBQT RESOURCE GUIDEMission Academy Counseling DepartmentLGBTQ RESOURCE GUIDE 1Steven Deichen 1/1/19 [email protected]


CALIFORNIA YOUTH CRISIS LINE1-800-843-5200 (24/7 Coverage)www.youthcrisisline.orgSERVICES: Help with issues including medical care,dating violence, sexual assault, runaway resourcesand homelessness.TRANS S: Transgender suicide preventionand crisis supportTHE TREVOR PROJECTTrevorLifeLine—A crisis intervention and suicideprevention phone service.Available 24/7 at 1-866-488-7386.TrevorText—Text “START” to 678678.Standard text messaging rates apply.Available Mon-Fri 3pm-10pm EST / Noon-7pm PSTTrevorSpace—An online international peer-to-peercommunity for LGBTQ young people and friends.www.trevorspace.orgTrevor Support Center—Where LGBTQ youthand allies can find answers to FAQs and exploreresources related to sexual orientation, genderidentity and vor-support-centerCENTERLINK954-765-6024SERVICES: National directory of local LGBT Centers.LGBT NATIONAL HELP CENTER NATIONAL HOTLINE1-888-843-4564SERVING: gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender,and questioning people by providing free andconfidential peer-support and local resourcesLGBT NATIONAL YOUTH TALKLINE1-800-246-PRIDE (7743)SERVING: youth through age 25, peer-counseling,information, and local resources.LGBT NATIONAL SENIOR HOTLINE1-888-234-7243SERVING: Senior callers, Peer-support, information,and local resourcesMORE ONLINE (therapist finder search engine) GLBT Resource Database) LGBTQ services database) (“soulful LGBTQI activism”) (LGBT online support groups) support, information, resources) online support groups, forums, blogs) for faith-based communities about ucation/ www.Genderspectrum.orgLGBTQ RESOURCE GUIDE 3


www.nclr.rg (National Center for Lesbian Rights – nationwide human rights RC.orgwww.Transgenderlawcenter.orgLGBTQ RESOURCE GUIDE 5


gwww.Pacer.orgwww.Glaad.orgwww.Nobully.orgGLSEN GAY AND STRAIGHT ALLIANCESStudent-led GSA clubs are leading the work tocreate safe and LGBTQ- inclusive schools. Findout how to start a GSA, get free resources tosupport your GSA’s work, take part in the Day ofSilence, Ally Week, and No Name-Calling Week,and join the national network of more than 6,500GSAs by registering your student club today.If YOUR school doesn’t have one START one. YOUR school doesn’thave one START one. RESOURCE GUIDE 7


ALAMEDA COUNTYBUTTE COUNTYPhone: 510-548-8283Email: [email protected]: 510-548-2938Phone: 530-893-3336Email: [email protected]: Teen support group, Trans Teensupport group, Parents of Trans Youth GroupPACIFIC CENTER FOR HUMAN GROWTH2712 Telegraph Avenue, Berkeley, CA 94705YOUTH PROGRAMTues and Fri 4-6pmJared FieldsPhone: 510-548-8283, [email protected]: empowerment, mental health andsafety of LGBTQ youth (ages 12-17) through twoprograms: The LOUD After-school Youth Programand the Youth Speaker’s Bureau.OUR FAMILY COALITION1385 Mission Street, Suite 340,San Francisco, CA 94103Email: [email protected]: 415-981-1960PARENTING CLASSES: Baby and Me Parent-Infantclass, Toddler Music and Movement class, Trans ParentSupport, Queer Family Night, Parent-Child PlaygroupAMADOR COUNTYSIERRA WIND WELLNESS &RECOVERY CENTER10354 Argonaut Lane, Jackson, CA 95642Mon-Fri 9:00am-4:00pmLGBT Coordinator Marla Vander Meer:Phone: 209-223-1956SERVICES: Peer-lead 1:1 and Group Counselingfor LGBT teensSTONEWALL ALLIANCE CENTER358 East 6th Street, Chico, CA 95928CONTRA COSTA COUNTYRAINBOW COMMUNITY CENTERof CONTRA COSTA COUNTY2118 Willow Pass Road, Suite 500, Concord, CA 94520Email: [email protected]: 925-692-0090Website: Rainbow Youth Groups, Youth GenderGroups, Dances, Youth/Family CounselingCONTRA COSTA HEALTHSERVICES/PUBLIC HEALTH50 Douglas Drive, Suite 310, Martinez, CA 94553Phone: 925-957-5400Website: wide LGBT Counseling andService Intake Line: 925-692-2056SERVICES: LGBTQ-Affirming mental health servicesNATIVE AMERICAN HEALTH CENTER2566 MacDonald Avenue, Richmond, CA 94804Phone: 510-232-7020Website: Native American population/otherunder-served populations/ including two-spiritLGBTQ RESOURCE GUIDE 9

EL DORADO COUNTYPFLAG5110 Reservation Road, Placerville, CA 95667Email: [email protected]: Support for LGBTQ individuals, familymembers and alliesFRESNO COUNTYFRESNO GLBTQ YOUTH ALLIANCEFridays, 7:00pm-8:30pm @ “The Big Red Church”2131 N. Van Ness Blvd, Fresno, 93744Jeffery Robinson Phone: 559-266-5465SERVICES: Peer counseling, Educationalprograms, AdvocacyFRESNO EOC SANCTUARY YOUTH SHELTER1545 N Street, Fresno, CA 93721Phone: 800-820-4968 or 559-498-8543SERVICES: 24-hour emergency shelter forrunaway, homeless, exploited or otherwisedisplaced youthLGBT FRESNOWebsite: local LGBT news, resourcesand information blog & websitePFLAG FRESNOSupport meetings 2nd Sunday of the monthWesley United Methodist ChurchWinterberg Education Conference Building1343 E. Barstow Ave , Fresno, CA 93710-6309Phone: 559-434-6540Email: [email protected]: volunteer group of parents, familyand friends of people who are gay, lesbian,bisexual and transgender (GLBT)ALL ABOUT CARE4974 North Fresno Street, PMB #156,Fresno, CA 93726Email: [email protected]: 559-222-9471Website: Health assistance and referrals forpopulations with HIV and AIDS.HUMBOLDT COUNTYNorCAP (NORTH COAST AIDS PROJECT)908 Seventh St., Eureka, CA 95501Email: [email protected]: 707-441-5074Website: oject-NorCAPSERVICES: Those affected by HIV and AIDS andtheir families10 LGBTQ RESOURCE GUIDE

QUEER HUMBOLDTEmail: [email protected] LGBTQPO Box 78056, Bakersfield, CA 93383Phone: 707-502-2890Phone: 661-302-4266Website: MANY RESOURCES and supports forthe LGBTQ communityEUREKA PFLAGEmail: [email protected]: 707-845-8130Website: Support groups for parents andfamilies of LGBTQ individualsIMPERIAL COUNTYIMPERIAL VALLEY LGBT RESOURCE CENTER1073 Ross Avenue Suite D, El Centro, CA 92243Phone: 760-592-4066Email: [email protected]: Provides resources and supportto the LGBTQ communityKERN COUNTYTHE CENTER FOR SEXUAL ANDGENDER DIVERSITY902 18th Street, Bakersfield, CA 93301Phone: 661-843-7995Email: [email protected]: [email protected]: www.bakersfieldpride.orgSERVICES: Bakersfield Pride Festival inmid-October, and other LGBTQ events.PFLAG BAKERSFIELD5 Real Road, Bakersfield, CA 93309Phone: 661-527-3524SERVICES: PFLAG meetings the first Thursdayof the month at 7PM at the First CongregationalChurch.LOS ANGELES COUNTY ANTELOPE VALLEYTHE OUTREACH CENTERPhone: 661-92-PRIDE44845 Cedar Avenue, Lancaster, CA 93534TRANSGENDER YOUTH SUPPORT GROUP2nd/4th Tues of the month, 6-7:30pmTRANS SUPPORT AND SIGNIFICANTOTHER GROUP2nd/4th Sat of the month, 6-8:00pmAllison Blaylock,Email: [email protected]: 818-288-7158Phoenix Youth OUTreach ProgramJim Trumps,Email: [email protected] RESOURCE GUIDE 11

PENNY LANE CENTERS TAY (Transitional AgeYouth) DROP-IN—YELLOW SUBMARINE43520 Division Street, Lancaster, CA 93535Tue-Fri 1pm-7pm, Sat 8am-8pmOffice: 661-266-4783Cell: 661-810-5913SERVICES: Mental-health services, HIV/STI testingand education, showers and laundromat, gamesand socialization, snacks and hot meals, job-prepworkshops, resume building, internet access.LOS ANGELES COUNTY SAN FERNANDO VALLEYLGBTQ YOUTH COUNCIL(Friends of the Family)16861 Parthenia Street, North Hills, CARonnie: 818-428-0120SERVICES: support, mentoring, empowerment,and leadership skills for middle & high schoolstudents of color and allies for LGBTQ , racial,gender, economic, and environmental justice inthe San Fernando Valley.SAN FERNANDO VALLEY LGBTQCOMMUNITY CENTERWebsite: Glenoaks Blvd #1, Pacoima, CA 91331Phone: 747-246-8821SERVICES: Career Development, Scholarships,Leadership Workshops, HIV Exams/Referrals,Counseling, Community Events, Arts Program,Youth Conferences12 LGBTQ RESOURCE GUIDEVALLEY COMMUNITY HEALTHCAREVALLEY TEEN CLINICS(Primary Care and Confidential Services)Website: HILLS WELLNESS CENTERPrimary Care: 818-763-8836Teen Confidential Services:Phone: 818-301-63889119 Haskell Avenue, North Hills, CA 91343NORTH HOLLYWOOD CENTERPrimary Care: 818-763-7231Teen Confidential Services: 888-763-40706801 Coldwater Canyon Avenue, NorthHollywood, CA 91605SERVICES: Confidential HIV Testing, STI Testingand Treatment, Birth Control, Pregnancy Testing,Health EducationLOS ANGELES COUNTY SAN GABRIEL VALLEYSAN GABRIEL VALLEY LGBTQ CENTERRAINBOW CONNECTIONS (LGBTQ Youth)3rd Saturday of the month 4pm-6pmA youth group for LGBTQ age 12-18. (Youngerfolks are welcome!) A safe space for peersupport and socialization. Includes activitiesand community education, as well as volunteeropportunities.Phone/Text: 626-578-5772Prince Erik Hall, 2607 S. Santa Anita Avenue,Arcadia, CA 91016SERVICES: Peer-support groups and communitybuilding groups for all ages and identities,including Rainbow Connections.

FRIENDS OF PROJECT 10115 W. California Blvd. #116, Pasadena, CA 91105Email: [email protected]: 626-399-1118SERVICES: Advocacy for LGBTQ youth inschools and communities, ScholarshipsSANTA CLARITA VALLEYPFLAG SCV- (Parents, Families, Friends, and Alliesof the LGBTQ Community)Po Box 55776, Santa Clarita, CA 91385-0776Email: [email protected] Line: 661-255-9308SERVICES: Support, Education, Advocacy,Pride Month CelebrationsLOS ANGELES COUNTY –L.A. BASIN /METRO AREAPENNY LANE CENTERS TAY (Transitional AgeYouth) DROP-IN—YELLOW SUBMARINE5628 E. Slauson Avenue, Commerce, CA, 90040Tue-Fri 1pm-7pm, Sat 8am-8pmOffice: 323-480-9296Cell: 323-309-8055SERVICES: Mental-health services, HIV/STI testingand education, showers and laundromat, gamesand socialization, snacks and hot meals, job-prepworkshops, resume building, internet access.COLORS at ANTIOCH UNIVERSITYPhone: 310-574-2813 ext. 366400 Corporate Pointe, Culver City, CA 90230Website: Provides FREE LGBTQ-affirmingpsychotherapeutic services to youth under 25,their families, and their partners.LOS ANGELES LGBT CENTERMcDonald/Wright Building1625 N. Schrader Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90028-6213Phone: 323-993-7400SERVICES: Mental Health/Counseling, HealthServices, Family ViolenceTHE VILLAGE AT ED GOULD PLAZA1125 N. McCadden Place, Los Angeles, CA 90038Phone: 323-993-7400SERVICES: Groups/Meetings, Cultural Arts/Education, Leadership LAB, Senior ServicesYOUTH CENTER1220 N. Highland Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90038Phone: 323-860-2280SERVICES: Addiction/Recovery, Clothing,Counseling/Social Services, Food, GED,HIV/STD Testing, Employment Assistance,Emergency Overnight Beds, Computer CenterLGBTQ YOUTH EVENTSCALENDAR in LA COUNTYWebsite: TQ RESOURCE GUIDE 13

CHILDRENS HOSPITAL, LOS ANGELES—CENTER for TRANSYOUTH HEALTH andDEVELOPMENT4650 Sunset Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90027Phone: 323-660-2450SERVICES: Medical services, mental healthservices, family support, HIV prevention, peersupport,PFLAG Los Angeles (Parents and Friends ofLesbians and Gays)Services: Resources and information, supportgroups, LGBTQ events, support groupsP.O. Box 24565, Los Angeles, CA 90024BIENSTAR5326 East Beverly Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90022Email: [email protected]: 323-727-7896Website: www.bienestar.orgSERVICES: The Latino community affectedby HIV and AIDS in the Los Angeles areaAPAIT1730 W. Olympic Blvd. Suite #300,Los Angeles, CA 90015Email: [email protected]nline.orgPhone: 213-375-3830Phone: 1-888-735-2488Website: [email protected] [email protected]: Those affected by HIV/AIDSin the Southern California areaWebsite: or LOS ANGELESAIDS PROJECT LA HEALTH & WELLNESSPhone: 213-373-4252SERVICES: HIV testing, education, preventionfor young African-American and Latino menwho sleep with men between the ages of 18-24,medical / dental care, behavioral health services,insurance assistance3743 S. La Brea Ave. Los Angeles, CA 90016Phone: 323-329-9910Email: [email protected]: LGBTQ RESOURCE GUIDEEmail: [email protected]: Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender,and Queer/Questioning FILIPINOS/ASTHE BLACK AIDS INSTITUTE1833 West 8th Street #200, Los Angeles, CA 90057Email: [email protected]: 213-353-3610Website: African Americans with HIV/AIDS

IN THE MEANTINE MEN2146 W. Adams Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90018VAN NESS RECOVERY HOUSE1919 N Beachwood Dr, Los Angeles, CA 90068Email: [email protected]: [email protected]: 323-733-4868Phone: 323-463-4266Website: http://vannessrecovery