Magnet. Health services for gay, bi and queer men in the Bay Area.
Lyon-Martin Transgender Health Services. A trans-affirmative environment that encourages patients to develop an ongoing relationship with one of our transgender specialists that goes beyond just getting hormones and looks at all of their health and wellness needs.
Queer Life Space. Queer LifeSpace firmly believe that a queer community that invests in its mental health is a queer community that thrives. This belief has fueled our dedication to providing effective, affordable mental health and substance abuse services to as much of our community as we possibly can.
Family Equality Council .Family Equality Council connects, supports, and represents the one million parents who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender in this country and their two million children. We are changing attitudes and policies to ensure that all families are respected, loved, and celebrated—including families with parents who are LGBT.
Gender Spectrum. In a simple, straightforward manner, we provide consultation, training and events designed to help families, educators, professionals, and organizations understand and address the concepts of gender identity and expression.
Maitri. Providing hospice and 24-hour care to men and women living with AIDS.
Our Family Coalition – (Bay Area) Our Family Coalition promotes the equality and well-being of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer families with children. We foster community leadership in advocacy efforts that promote social justice.
Bay Positives: Young People with HIV Supporting Young People with HIV
Bridge HIV (formerly the HIV Research Section), of the San Francisco Department of Public Health, is a leader in HIV prevention research, working with Bay Area communities to discover effective prevention strategies that will reduce the impact of HIV/AIDS globally
Human Services of San Francisco. Aid for low-income San Franciscans, including those who cannot work or are refugees. Help with food, housing, health care, as well as cash assistance is available.
be not afraid aims to move the way we understand our religious beliefs and our relationships with LGBTQ people – and support for equality – away from the either/or, “love the sinner, hate the sin” framework and to a place where people can try to understand that you can be a person of faith, loyal to your religion’s teachings, and someone who supports their LGBTQ friends and family.
This publication, from our Straight for Equality program, will help you learn more about what transgender means, develop competency around talking about the issue, become better informed about the challenges that many trans people face, and know specific ways that you can be a strong trans ally.