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LGBTQ+ resources

A collection of 5 resources designed specifically for the LGBTQ+ community, including events, helplines and information on the law and your rights. Photo credit: Garry Knight - https://www.flickr.com/photos/garryknight/with/27326787673/

#1

MindOut is a mental health service run by and for lesbians, gay men, bisexual, trans, and queer people.

Benefits:

  • Free service
  • Instant online support available
  • Lots of news and events 
  • Informative

#2

Switchboard is an LGBTQ+ helpline for anyone to discuss anything, including sexuality, gender identity, sexual health and emotional wellbeing: 0300 330 0630

Benefits:

  • The service is run for and by members of the LGBT+ community
  • The service is completely confidential and the service cannot access your phone number
  • The volunteers are specially trained to take your calls

#3

Opening Doors London

Opening Doors London

A service which arranges social opportunities and support for LGBT people over 50.

Benefits:

  • Free
  • Big range of social activities 

#4

An online service offering information and advice for LGBT communities and their allies.

Benefits:

  • Free
  • Informative - particularly on your rights
  • Lots of downloadable information available
  • The website has a simple layout and is easy to use

#1

MindOut is a mental health service run by and for lesbians, gay men, bisexual, trans, and queer people.

Benefits:

  • Free service
  • Instant online support available
  • Lots of news and events 
  • Informative

#2

Switchboard is an LGBTQ+ helpline for anyone to discuss anything, including sexuality, gender identity, sexual health and emotional wellbeing: 0300 330 0630

Benefits:

  • The service is run for and by members of the LGBT+ community
  • The service is completely confidential and the service cannot access your phone number
  • The volunteers are specially trained to take your calls

#3

Opening Doors London

Opening Doors London

A service which arranges social opportunities and support for LGBT people over 50.

Benefits:

  • Free
  • Big range of social activities 

#4

An online service offering information and advice for LGBT communities and their allies.

Benefits:

  • Free
  • Informative - particularly on your rights
  • Lots of downloadable information available
  • The website has a simple layout and is easy to use