API Equality LA: Asian and Pacific Islander for LGBTQ Equality is a non-profit organization that is dedicated to fighting for social justice and racial equality for all LGBTQ+ individuals.
Center for Black Equity: The Center for Black Equity is the national leader in connecting members of the Black LGBTQ+ community with information and resources to educate, engage and empower their fight for equity and access.
Human Rights Campaign: The largest national LGBTQ+ civil rights organization. Check out their website for annual youth reports, mental health resources, law and policy affecting the LGBTQ+ community and more.
Immigration Equality: The largest organization fighting for equality under U.S. immigration law for LGBTQ+ individuals and the HIV-positive population.
Check out their website for hotline numbers and other legal help resources.
LGBTQ Classroom Resources: The Stony Brook University Psychology Department put together this guide for educators with tips and tricks on how to create a more inclusive and LGBTQ friendly classroom.
LGBTQ National Help Center: Provides peer-support, community connections and resource information to the LGBTQ community. You can call their general hotline at (888) 843-4564.
National Suicide Hotline: This lifeline provides 24/7 free and confidential emotional support to people in suicide crisis or emotional distress.
Pomona Pride Center San Gabriel Valley LGBTQ Center: The Pomona Pride Center hosts various events throughout the year, including book clubs, movie nights, peer support groups, yoga, and game nights. For more information,
check out their website. (909) 326-0482, 242 E. Alvarado St. in Pomona, CA 91767
San Gabriel Valley LGBTQ Center in Arcadia hosts several different events throughout the year. In addition to events, the center also holds peer support groups for non-binary folks, LGBTQ+ youth, and for those experiencing grief and/or loss. (626) 578-5772. Located at Prince Eric Hall (behind Arcadia Congregational Church) at 2607 S. Santa Anita Ave. in Arcadia, CA 91006. (Physical location is only open during programming hours.)
Trans Lifeline: Provides a 24/7 peer support hotline and grants for trans people in need. You can call their hotline at (877) 565-8860.
Trevor Project: Provides access to counselors to youth by phone call (866) 488-7386, online chat, or text (text START to 678678). They also have an online community for LGBTQ+ youth, ages 13-24.
Trans Student Educational Resources: Great website for LGBTQ+ graphics (gender unicorn, LGBTQ+ homeless youth, queer youth of color).