GenderNexus – bringing gender diverse people together across central Indiana to foster a community that is healthy, informed, and empowered by increasing access to care in all seven dimensions of wellness.
A college guide for “Assessing a College’s LGBTQ Community” and “Scholarships for LGBTQ Students”, please go to http://www.affordablecolleges.com/resources/lgbtq-college-resources/
For IYG’s current list LGBTQ+ Culturally Competent Therapists in the Indianapolis area, please email IYG at email@example.com and ask for us to send you a copy
For great new (2015) “best practices” for schools or organizations working with Transgender, Trans*, and Gender Expansive students Pre K-12, please go tohttp://www.aclu.org/Schools-in-Transition
|cwla.org/programs/culture/glbtq.htm – Child Welfare League of America: LGBTQ Youth Issues and Information for Professionals|
|colage.org – national organization for support of children of LGBTQ parents|
|Damien.org – The Damien Center – Indianapolis support and care of persons with HIV/AIDS and their families|
|familyequality.org – Family Equality Council|
|glma.org/_data/n_0001/resources/live/GLMA%20guidelines%202006%20FINAL.pdf – Gay and Lesbian Medical Association’s Guidelines for Care of LGBTQ Patients|
|GLSEN.org – Gay, Lesbian, and Straight Education Network|
|GSAnetwork.org – Gay/Straight Alliance Network|
|hrc.org – Human Rights Campaign|
|imaTYFA.org – Indiana, Trans Youth Family Allies|
|IndianaYouthGroup.org – Indiana Youth Group website|
|Indypflag.org – Indy chapter of Parents, Family, and Friends of Lesbians and Gays – support for loved ones of LGBTQ|
|INTRAA.org – Indiana Transgender Rights Advocacy Alliance|
|juliancenter.org – Indianapolis crisis shelter for victims of domestic violence / sexual assault – Crisis Line 317-920-9320lambdalegal.org/states-regions/indiana.html – Lambda Legal Indiana|
|lambdalegal.org/take-action/tool-kits/getting-down-to-basics/ – Tools to support LGBTQ Youth in Care. Download your toolkit here|
|NCLrights.org – National Center For Lesbian Rights|
|NYACyouth.org – National Youth Advocacy Coalition|
|Pflag.org – Parents, Family, and Friends of Lesbians and Gays|
|SafeSchoolsCoalition.org – A national project to add policies in schools to protect LGBTQ students|
|stopoverinc.org – Indianapolis crisis and transitional housing for youth – 317- 635-9301 or 9302Tolerance.org – curriculum, posters and ideas for educating on respecting all|
|thetrevorproject.org – The Trevor project and suicide hotline 866-4U-Trevor (488-7386)|
|Trevorspace.org– a safe internet chat room for LGBTQ youth that is monitored by adults|
|Welcomingschools.org – ideas and K-8 curriculum for addressing young children on LGBT families and non-sexual issues|
The GLBT National Help Center is a 20 year-old non-profit organization, which operates, among other programs, the GLBT National Youth Talkline.
On their national hotline, they receive calls from trans youth from all across the country who don’t have access to any local resources and are feeling severely isolated and alone. To meet this need, they have expanded their services for trans youth through a new moderated online talk group, helping to end isolation and loneliness for trans youth. They’re hoping you might be able to help them spread the world about the Trans Teens Online Talk Group.
The Trans Teens Online Talk Group is a live, moderated group chat for trans youth ages 12 thru 19, operating each Wednesday from 4-6 pm, pacific time (7-9pmeastern time). It is available at www.GLBThotline.org/transteens
This new program is designed to be a safe place that allows trans youth to talk freely about concerns and issues, with others their own age, providing support for one another, and helping each other know they are not alone.
The GLBT National Help Center hopes you will be able to help them spread the word on this new exciting program that helps to make life easier for isolated transgender youth from all across the country