Thanks to the LGBT National Help Center for partnering with us in the creation of our crisis and support resources list.

Local & Regional Resources

Bisexual Resource Center

Location: Boston

Education, support services, and resources for the bisexual and pansexual community.


Outright Vermont

Location: Burlington VT

LGBT and family support groups through out the state of Vermont.
Phone: 802-865-967


Location: New Hampshire

Support and education for the parents and friends of LGBTQ+ individuals.
Phone: 603-856-4040

Seascoast Outright

Location: Portsmouth, NH

LGBT and family support groups, in person and online.
Phone: 603-552-5824

National & International Resources


Support hotline for LGBTQ+ black, brown, and Muslim community.


CUAV – Community United Against Violence

Support and hotline for people dealing with violence or abuse within the LGBT community.


DeQH Helpline

Support hotline for the LGBTQ+ South Asian community.


HIAS – LGBTQ Refugee Services

Supporting LGBTQ refugees and asylum seekers access to safety.

LGBT National Help Center
LGBT National Hotline: 888-843-4564
LGBT National Coming Out Support Hotline: 888-688-5428
LGBT National Youth Talkline: 800-246-7743
LGBT National Senior Hotline: 888-234-7243
One-to-one online chat:

National Center for Lesbian Rights

Location: San Francisco

Advocating for legal rights for the LGBTQ+ community.


National Queer & Trans Therapist of Color Network

National listing of queer therapist who are black, indigenous, or people of color.

Movement Advancement Project (MAPS)

Nationwide database of laws/bills concerning the LGBTQ+ community. This database is constantly updated.

Planned Parenthood

HIV testing and gender affirming care.

Refuge Restrooms

National database/index of unisex and safe restrooms for transgender, non-binary, and gender expansive folks.

Transgender Law Center (TLC)

National center for legal support and aid programs for the transgender community.


Trans Lifeline

Support hotline for transgender, non-binary, and gender expansive individuals.


Trevor Project

24-hour suicide prevention for those 25 and younger only.


Additional Resources:

This year we’re turning up the volume! We’re showcasing the fact that Pride isn’t confined to one month and we’ll be celebrating throughout the spring!

We hope that you’ll join us for these Pride-themed events: Pride Second Chance Prom (April 13); a free screening of Kinky Boots (May 9); and our annual Picnic and Silent Disco in Colburn Park (June 14).

Learn more about our upcoming Pride events:
Pride 2024