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The Trevor Project (Suicide Prevention LGBTQ)
Trevor Lifeline 1-866-488-7386
TrevorText Text START to 678-678
The Trevor Project is the leading national organization for providing crisis intervention and suicide prevention services to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and questioning (LGBTQ) young people under 25. To learn more, visit
Updated on March 7, 2021

Destination Tomorrow: The Bronx LGBTQ Center
452 East 149th Street, 3rd Floor, Bronx, NY 10455
(646) 723-3325 |
Destination Tomorrow (DT) is a grassroots agency and the LGBTQ+ center of the Bronx borough that supports the LGBTQ community through a variety of holistic educational, financial, support-based, housing, and health programs.
► Switch Target Registry: supportive housing program at 2134 Barnes Ave to support victims of sexual violence and sex trafficking in the LGBTQ community.
► DT Barnes Ave Food Pantry (coming soon).
► GED Preparation.
► Drop-in center (intake by appointment and walk-in from 11 AM-7 PM).
► Career readiness.
Health Services.
Hours: Monday-Friday, 12 PM-5 PM.
If interested in becoming a client at Destination Tomorrow, please fill out this electronic form.
To learn more, visit or connect by email writing to
Updated on March 7, 2021

Brooklyn Community Pride Center
1360 Fulton Street, Ground Floor, Brooklyn, NY 11216
(347) 889-7719
Brooklyn Community Pride Center provides services and support to the borough’s LGBTQ+ community through original programming and partnerships with other organizations.
► Support groups for youth and trans/gender-nonconforming people.
► Regular sexual health education and testing.
► Mental health clinic at Bedford-Union Armory in partnership with Callen-Lorde.
► Workforce development.
► Pride Pantry offering free toiletries, clothing, and at-risk youth.
Hours: Monday-Friday, 12 PM-5 PM.
To learn more, visit
Updated on March 7, 2021

The Pride Health Center at NYC Health + Hospitals/Metropolitan
1901 First Avenue (at 97th Street), New York, NY 10029
(212) 423-7292

The Pride Health Center at NYC Health + Hospitals/Metropolitan is designed to focus on the health needs and disparities specific to the LGBTQ+ community. We see patients on Monday afternoons and Wednesday evenings by appointment only. Saturday hours will resume soon.
To schedule an appointment, contact (212) 423-7292 or
— Transgender health care, including hormone therapy and gender-affirming surgery
— Women’s health
— Men’s health
— Young adult care
— General medical/specialty referrals
— Immunizations
— Preventive care services
— Social work
Hours of operation: Monday-Friday, 8:30 AM-4:30 PM
Additional hours on Wednesday until 8 PM
To determine eligibility, call (212) 423-7292
To learn more, visit
Updated on March 5, 2021

Jewish Queer Youth (JQY)
JQY is a nonprofit organization supporting and empowering LGBTQ+ youth in the Jewish community with a special focus on teens and young adults from Orthodox, Chasidic, and Sephardic communities. To learn more visit:
— Monthly support groups
— Individual support
— Facebook Group linking over 200 LGBTQ Jewish-identified teens from all over the world
— Social events
— Yeshiva Inclusion Project
— Weekly drop-in center (based at Congregation Bet Simchat Torah) to meet other LGBTQ youth, enjoy a hot kosher meal, check-in with a JQY licensed social worker, and more
Fill out this electronic form to be connected with the appropriate resources at JQY
Updated on March 5, 2021

The Ali Forney Center
Harlem Drop-In Center: 321 West 125th Street, New York, NY 10027
(212) 206-0574
The Ali Forney Center’s mission is to protect LGBTQ youth from the harms of homelessness and empower them with the tools needed to live independently. To learn more, visit:
Housing and Job Readiness
Drop-In Center: any LGBTQ youth can access food, medical care, mental health services, and more.
Outreach Program: supportive services and education to homeless, runaway, street-based, and at-risk LGBTQ youth ages 16-24.
Transitional living.
Job and readiness education.
— On-site primary care and psychiatric services through a contract with The Institute for Family Health.
— Insurance enrollment.
— HIV/AIDS prevention, outreach, and treatment.
— STI testing and treatment.
— PEP and PrEP resources.
— Hormone replacement therapy.
— Birth control and contraception.
— Medical specialty referrals.
Learn more visiting
Updated on March 5, 2021

Callen Lorde Community Health Center
Chelsea: 356 West 18th Street, New York, NY 10011 | (212) 271-7200
Bronx: 3144 3rd Avenue, Bronx, NY 10451 | (718) 215-1800
Brooklyn: 40 Flatbush Ave Ext, Brooklyn, NY 11201 | (212) 271-7200

Callen-Lorde Community Health Center provides sensitive, quality healthcare and related services targeted to New York’s LGBTQ communities—in all their diversity—regardless of ability to pay. To further this mission, Callen-Lorde promotes health education and wellness, and advocates for LGBTQ health issues regardless of ability to pay.
Callen-Lorde provides all healthcare services regardless of ability to pay.
For uninsured/underinsured patients, Callen-Lorde provides a sliding fee based on your income. Visit co-pays can range from $0-$100. Please note that labs and prescriptions are not included in this co-pay. Any labs will be an additional cost, from approximately $50-$150.
Current patients can schedule the following appointments online:
— Telehealth (virtual) primary care
— Telehealth (virtual) sexual health care
— COVID-19 testing
— Flu shots
Register to be a new patient by emailing with:
— A filled-out New Patient Registration and Consent Form | English Form | Spanish Form
— A picture of your government-issued photo ID (examples include: NYC ID, driver’s license, or passport)
If insured: a photo of your insurance card (front and back)
Once your information is received, expect a phone call from (212) 271-7200 for an intake.
If you are unable to register online (due to technology or other issues), you can walk into any of the sites from 9 AM-3 PM Monday-Friday to fill out a paper registration. Please bring a government-issued photo ID and your insurance card (if insured).
Learn more by visiting the FAQ site at
Updated on March 5, 2021

The Gender and Family Project (GFP)
936 Broadway, 2nd floor, NY, NY 10010
(212) 879-4900 ext 370 contact Marcelo Dedini for information about support groups or family therapy or call (212) 879-4900 ext 370.
The Gender and Family Project (GFP) empowers youth, families, and communities by providing gender-affirming services, training, and research. GFP promotes gender inclusivity as a form of social justice in all the systems involved in the life of the family by providing comprehensive multidisciplinary services for gender-expansive children, transgender adolescents, their families, and communities.
► Support groups for caregivers, grandparents, siblings, and family members.
► Playgroup for children and tweens 5 to 14 years old.
► Support group for adolescents 14 to 18 years old.
► Spanish-speaking caregiver support group.
► Family therapy and parental coaching.
► Referrals for psychological evaluation.
To learn more, visit
Updated on March 5, 2021

Parents, Families and Friends of LGBTQ People (PFLAG) NYC
130 East 25th Street, Suite M1, New York, NY 10010
(646) 240-4288 | Helpline (212) 463-0629
Call or send a text message
PFLAG NYC is the nation’s foremost family-based organization committed to the civil rights of LGBTQ+ people through services to increase understanding and acceptance of LGBTQ+ individuals.
Families in New York City.
Support group meetings
TransFamilies Project: a dedicated group for parents of transgender children.
API Rainbow Parents: support and information for Asian and Pacific Islander individuals and their families with particular cultural and linguistic needs.
Black Family Circle: space for individuals who identify as Black and who have LGBTQ+ loved ones to find a community.
El Amor Hace la Familia: Apoyo bilingüe provisto principalmente en español para familias latinas y personas LBGTQ / Bilingual support provided primarily in Spanish for Latino families and LBGTQ+ people.
To learn more PFLAG and upcoming events visit
Updated on March 5, 2021

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