LGBTQIA Health Resources
All of our therapists and nurses have received training in assisting the LGBTQIA+ populations. We are actively involved in continue training to make sure the services we provide are LGBTQIA + affirming.
A large portion of the clients we see are exploring the coming out process or needed a safe place to talk about their gender and/or sexual identity. We welcome these populations and have improved our intake forms to include preferred pronouns, Gender and Sexual identity.
Click here for GMLA's online provider directory that helps you locate LGBTQ-friendly proivders in your area.
Click here for a list of healthcare related resources, including a list of your healthcare rights.
Transgender Tuesdays brought to you by Tranz Central Coast. Trans Tuesdays is a facilitated emotional support group. It is a safe place to be heard, to share your story, and to hear stories that may sound surprisingly like your own.
Other Community Resources
GALA (Gay & Lesbian Alliance) is committed to ensuring a healthy and vibrant network of social gathering groups,
events, business resources, and educational services for the Central Coast's queer
Click here to access their list of LGBTQIA groups of the central coast
Click here for GALA's calendar of events
Cal Poly Pride Center supports and advocates for the unique academic and social needs of lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, queer or questioning, intersex, asexual, and pansexual (LGBTQIAP) students to promote personal growth and success.
The Safe Zone Project (SZP) is a free online resource providing curricula, activities, and other resources for educators facilitating Safe Zone trainings (sexuality, gender, and LGBTQ+ education sessions), and learners who are hoping to explore these concepts on their own. Co-created by Meg Bolger and Sam Killermann in 2013, the SZP has become the go-to resource for anyone looking to add some Safe Zone to their life.
Asexual Visibility and Education Network is the world’s largest online asexual community as well as a large archive of resources on asexuality.
Answer is a sex education resource aimed at providing high-quality training to teachers and other youth-serving professionals. Includes online workshops, webinars, and other resources about LGBTQ inclusive/sensitive sex ed and more.
Bitch Magazine provides and encourage an engaged, thoughtful feminist response to mainstream media and popular culture.
Bisexual.org a voice to the bisexual community, share accurate information, answer questions,
and provide resources for further learning.
Everyday Feminism. Learn how to heal from and stand up to everyday violence, discrimination, and marginalization, with plenty of articles about class, gender, LGBTQIA issues, and race.
Get Real a comprehensive sex education that orks.
It’s Pronounced Metrosexual an online resource educating on issues of identity, sexuality, gender, privilege, and oppression, but in a fun, approachable way (by Safe Zone Project co-creator, Sam Killermann).
Salacious. A Queer Feminist Sex Magazine.
TransWhat? A Guide Towards [Trans] Allyship.
We Are The Youth Sharing stories of LGBTQ youth in the United States.
GLAAD rewrites the script for LGBTQ acceptance. As a dynamic media force, GLAAD tackles tough issues to shape the narrative and provoke dialogue that leads to cultural change.