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Updated December 17, 2019
If you have resources you would like to add to this page, please contact Matthew Palmer, LGBTQIA+ Community Outreach Coordinator for the Office of Mayor Ted Wheeler at Matthew.Palmer@portlandoregon.gov.
Some articles about substance abuse and recognizing signs of addiction in the LGBTQ + Community.
Affirmation supports and encourages its members by assisting them in dealing with the Church, their families, employers, work associates and social contacts.
Basic Rights Oregon is dedicated to ending discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity in Oregon.
Cascade AIDS Project's mission is to prevent HIV infections, support and empower people affected and infected by HIV/AIDS and eliminate HIV/AIDS-related stigma.
Some resources on online schools, scholarships and community colleges.
Northwest LGBTQ History
Portland and Vancouver's LGBTQ+ Friendly Directory
Gender Queery is a discussion group for genderqueer people, folks outside-the-gender-binary, trans folk, and allies (i.e. everyone allied with the GLBTQQ community). All who want to participate in open and respectful dialog are welcome.
Creating LGBTQIA+ friendly communities in healthcare & education.
This diverse volunteer group of individuals works to bring the mission of HRC to gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender people and allies in the area.
The struggle for federal LGBTQ anti-discrimination legislation - an overview.
A social, support and educational group for individuals who desire to explore and express another gender. The group cosponsors Esprit, an annual national conference for the transgender community.
the LGBT Bar Association of Oregon, is an association of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender lawyers, judges, legal workers, law students, and others who support the association's purposes.
A service club for bears or bear-identified gay men and their admirers.
A residential care facility that has provided nursing, social work and occupational therapy services for people with HIV/AIDS since 1988.
Founded in 1968, this nonprofit helps homeless youth and other marginalized people move toward improved health and self-sufficiency and provides services for LGBTQ youth.
Supporting LGBTQ persons, their families, and friends through love and understanding, education, and advocacy.
Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce
PQ is a monthly print and daily online publication covering Oregon and SW Washington's LGBTQ communities in all their diversity.
Pride Foundation fuels transformational movements to advance equity and justice for LGBTQ+ people in all communities across the Northwest
The Portland Pride festival is the single, largest visibility avenue for our region’s LGBTQ community organizations and businesses, where they can attract new supporters and clients, increase their volunteer base, and raise much needed funds.
The center builds public awareness and support, and celebrates LGBTQ diversity through art, culture and programming.
SAGE Metro Portland works to enhance the lives of older gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) community members through education, advocacy, outreach and resource development.
SMYRC provides a safe, supervised, harassment-free space for sexual and gender minority youth ages 13-23 who participate in positive activities like art, music, community organizing, open mic nights, drag shows, and support groups, etc.
The mission of The Equi Institute is to enrich the health of the Trans, Queer, Gender Diverse and Intersex communities through trauma-informed care, culturally-affirming medical services and social justice advocacy.
A volunteer committee organizing events to build community and foster solidarity among trans, nonbinary, intersex, and two spirit people in Portland.
TransActive Gender Project provides a holistic range of services and expertise to empower transgender and gender diverse children, youth and their families in living healthy lives, free of discrimination.
A peer-led social support and discussion group that meets on the third Sunday of every month from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Q Center.