Resources for GLBT survivors

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Boston Alliances of Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender Youth.  This website provides information regarding weekly and monthly social activities and special events for youth (ages 22 and younger).  Events (e.g. Halloween dance, Winter Ball, and LGBT Prom) are an opportunity for youth to have fun, become involved and develop a sense of identity within their community.

Boston Glass community center.  Website provides information for drop-in community center for gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, and questioning youth between the ages 13 and 25.  Information includes: news, internship/volunteer opportunities, and hotlines and links. 

Gay Men’s Domestic Violence Project. Website provides information about domestic violence in gay male relationships for victims, survivors, their friends and families, and service providers. 

FORGE’s Transgender Sexual Violence Project. TSVP serves transgender and SOFFA individuals, both primary and secondary (the loved ones of a survivor, who are also affected by the abuse) survivors.

LAMDA: GLBT Community Services.  An organization that focuses on support, education, and advocacy for members of the GLBT community.  Services include: workshops, public campaigns, outreach, and supportive programs.

National Coalition of Anti-Violence Programs: National Advocacy for Local LGBT Communities.  Website address pervasive problems of violence committed against and within the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender (LGBT) and HIV-affected communities.

The Network/La Red Ending abuse in lesbian, bisexual women’s
and transgender communities.

Survivor Project: Safety*Empowerment*Justice.  Website devoted to providing support, services, and resources for inter-sex and trans survivors of domestic violence and sexual violence.  Highlights of website include: basic definitions and terminology, workshops, consultations, and information and referrals.

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