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Bay Windows
Bay Windows is New England’s largest publication for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender readers. For 33 years Bay Windows has brought its readers award-winning articles and editorials on everything from the AIDS crisis to Vermont civil unions and Massachusetts marriage battles.

Boston, MA
617-464-7280
http://www.baywindows.com

Boston Pride
Boston Pride creates change and progress in society by embracing our community’s diverse history, culture, and identities, promoting community engagement and inclusivity, and striving for visibility and respect in unity.

Boston, MA
info@bostonpride.org
http://www.bostonpride.org

Gay Fathers Boston
We are a network of gay and bisexual men with children living with us or apart from us. Some of us are divorced, some separated, and some still married. Some of us are in committed relationships with other men.

50 Church Street
Waltham, MA 02452
(781) 333-8429
https://www.gayfathersboston.org

GLAD
Offers expert legal information on the rights of LGBTQ students in Massachusetts public schools, and advice on how to proceed if you believe such rights have been violated.

18 Tremont, Suite 950
Boston, MA 02108
617-426-1350
https://www.glad.org/

Hispanic Black Gay Coalition (HBGC)
A Boston-based nonprofit that works to inspire and empower Latin@, Hispanic and Black LGBTQ individuals to improve their livelihood through activism, education, community outreach, and counseling.

89 South St., Suite 203
Boston, MA 02111
617-487-HBGC (4242)
http://www.hbgc-boston.org/

Keshet
Keshet is a national organization that works for full LGBTQ equality and inclusion in Jewish life. Led and supported by LGBTQ Jews and straight allies, Keshet cultivates the spirit and practice of inclusion in all parts of the Jewish community.

284 Amory Street
Jamaica Plain, MA 02130
617-524-9227
https://www.keshetonline.org

LGBT Asylum Task Force
The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) Asylum Task Force is a ministry of Hadwen Park Church and a community-based organization dedicated to supporting and empowering LGBTQI individuals who are seeking asylum in the United States.

6 Clover Street
Worcester, MA 01603
508-853-8853
http://www.lgbtasylum.org

LGBT Services at IVF New England
IVF New England provides culturally sensitive reproduction assistance for the LGBT community.

450 Bedford Street
Lexington, MA 02420
800-858-4832
http://www.gayivf.com

Lesbians of Color Symposium, Collective Inc. 
LOCS Collective’s purpose is to address the gross disparities that exist regarding access to community and resources for LBTQ+ women and nonbinary people of color.  Concurrently, there are few organizations dedicated to providing services.

Boston, MA
info@locscollective.org
http://www.locscollective.org

Mass Equality
MassEquality is the leading statewide grassroots advocacy organization working to ensure that everyone across Massachusetts can thrive from cradle to grave without discrimination and oppression based on sexual orientation, gender identity, or gender expression.

14 Beacon Street, Suite 620
Boston, MA 02108
(617) 878-2300
http://www.massequality.org

Massachusetts Asian and Pacific Islanders for Health (MAP)
Promotes health in Massachusetts and New England Asian, South Asian and Pacific Islander communities convening community meetings and forums, conducting health outreach and workshops, and providing easy and confidential HIV counseling, testing and referrals by professionally trained staff.

322 Tremont Street
Boston, MA 02116
617-426-6755
http://www.maphealth.org/

Massachusetts Transgender Political Coalition (MTPC)
An advocacy, education, and community-building organization that works to end discrimination on the basis of gender identity and expression. In addition to information on training and technical assistance services, the website provides an online transgender resource guide; updates on laws, public policies, and civil rights initiatives; and resources on education, employment, healthcare, housing, incarceration, and suicide prevention.

Boston, MA
617-778-0519
http://www.masstpc.org/

Northampton Pride
In 1981 Northampton held the first liberation Pride march in the area despite the overwhelmingly homophobic and discriminatory realities facing LGBTQ people nation-wide. Our Pride parade and event, held annually in May,  has evolved from people marching with bags on their heads into a day that brings diverse communities together to celebrate the freedom of being who we are.

Northampton, MA
413-519-4101
http://www.nohopride.org

Sexual Minority Archives
At the SMA, we vow through our work that all individuals who are part of gender and sexual minorities communities will never again have their voices silenced by the indifferent and hostile forces within our society, and seek to recover and preserve the voices of LGBTQIA persons from throughout our history. We work to especially include the voices of LGBTQIA people of color, and strive for an intersectional approach to our queer activism that reflects the nuanced and varied experiences of members of our communities over time.

Holyoke, MA
413-538-4750
https://sexualminoritiesarchives.wordpress.com

Speak Out Boston
Since 1972, SpeakOUT Boston has conducted peer-led training programs to prepare LGBTQIA* community members to effectively tell their personal stories to create positive social change.

Boston, MA
877-223-9390
https://www.speakoutboston.org

True Colors: Out Youth Theater
Out Youth Theater uses a proven community-based theater approach to train and activate lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and allied youth leaders ages 14-29.

565 Bolyston Street
Boston, MA 02116
617-661-1600
http://www.thetheateroffensive.org/true-colors/youth-programming

Waltham House
The group home provides a safe and supportive living environment with 24-hour staffing for up to 12 gay, lesbian, bisexual, and/or transgender youth ages 14–18.

409 Lexington Street
Waltham, MA 02452
781-647-9976
http://www.thehome.org/site/PageServer?pagename=programs_waltham_house#.UwvDzONdXPo

Zencare
At Zencare you can find therapists that have gone through a vetting process. All therapists are interviewed before being listed.  While on Zencare you can filter by your insurance and specialties.  Then profiles come up of providers with more information and introduction videos of the providers.  All of their providers that specialize with the LGBTQ+ community are listed here with a link to their Zencare profile.

hello@zencare.co
https://www.zencare.co

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