Intersectional Resources

Brothas4Ever   303-367-5021  

Brothas4Ever is a community of African-American men who love men throughout the Denver metro area, to address health, relationships, emotional needs and substance abuse. The program includes social events, weekly groups, peer outreach and individual counseling.

Latino Commission on AIDS 212-675-3288  

National Minority AIDS Council 202-483-6622  

National Resource Center on LGBT Aging 212-741-2247  

National Queer & Trans Therapists of Color Network

NQTTCN is a space that prioritizes the needs and vision for healing in Queer and Trans communities in an effort to interrupt the consequences of the oppression these communities experience. It is a way for queer, gender non-conforming and trans therapists across the country to build, resource and support one another as clinicians and healers. NQTTCN will also provide a network of support for QTPoC folks seeking transformative mental health support rooted in social justice and liberation.  

Language and Coming Out Issues for Latinas and Latinos  

Immigration Equality

Immigration Equality is a national organization fighting for equality under U.S. immigration law for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and HIV-positive individuals. The organizations website provides immigrants' rights, LGBT policy advocacy, and informational resources.

Resources for Spanish-speaking LGBT+ People

Recursos en español de HRC Aquí encontrará notas, videos y blogs sobre los temas de interés para nuestra comunidad Latinx y LGBTQ.

Guía de Recursos Para Salir de Clóset Immigration Equality Immigration Equality is a national organization fighting for equality under U.S. immigration law for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and HIV-positive individuals. The organizations website provides immigrants' rights, LGBT policy advocacy, and informational resources.  

CLAM - Centro Latino-Americano em Sexualidade e direitos humanos (Website in English, Spanish, and Portuguese) The main purpose of the Latin American Center on Sexuality and Human Rights is to produce, organize, and disseminate knowledge about sexuality from a human rights perspectives, in order to help fight gender inequality and to contribute to the struggle against the discrimination of sexual minorities in the region. The Center brings scholars, activists and other partners from Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Mexico, and Peru, to encourage public debate on sexuality and sexual rights.