Central New York Community Resources 

315-475-2430
627 West Genesee Street, Syracuse, NY 13204 - Q Center @
ACR Health - 315-701-2430
The Q Center is a safe place for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and questioning youth and their allies to gather, share, hang out, have fun, and build healthy relationships with supportive adults and peers.
 
1118-A Court St., First Floor #11, Syracuse, NY 13208
(315) 471-0191
Office hours vary 
Meeting of Interest: Beginning on 9/10 Pride Al-Anon > Thursday’s @ 5:30-6:30 pm, located @ Philanthropy Center, corner of Townsend and Fayette Streets, Syracuse, NY O-NS-H
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Syracuse Intergroup Service Center, 2513 James St., Syracuse, NY 13206 (315) 463-5011 Hours: M-F 830-430; 24 hour answering service Meeting of Interest: Syracuse Gay Live & Let Live, Women’s Information Center, 611 Allen St, Syracuse, NY - Sunday’s @ 7-8 pm O-NS-H
 
American Indian Community House WISH Program
120 E. Washington St. Suite 400 Syracuse, NY 13202
we are a prevention education program serving the Onondaga Nation or members of any of the Six Nations living in the Syracuse area.
 
315-471-2821
Bgewanter@NYCLU.org
753 James Street. Suite 8, Syracuse, NY 13203
the CNY Chapter of the NYCLU works to protect the rights guaranteed by the US Constitution and the Bill of Rights through public education, advocacy, and litigation.
Central New York HIV Care Network Mission: We will join hands in solidarity with Consumers & Providers to reduce stigma & discrimination, promote involvement, reduce the number of new infections through education, advocate for access to quality health care services & promote respect for the human rights of all people infected with or affected by HIV/AIDS Email cnyhivcarenetwork@gmail.com connectionscny.ning.com/ @CNYConnections, CNY HIV Care Network
CNY Pride, Inc. 315-254-2386 PO Box 6608, Syracuse, NY 13217-6608 info@cnypride.org www.cnypride.wix.com/cnypride

Cortland LGFBT Resource Center
73 Main Street, Cortland, New York 13045.
The coordinator’s name is Leah Calzolaio. We provide a Youth Group, Men’s Group, Events (Annual Picnic, Dances, community collaborations, etc.). We have an extensive lending library, referrals to resources and participate in a youth mentoring program.
 
FACES/LGBT Community Liaison
866-953-2237
FACES specializes in HIV/AIDS prevention and adherence. We focus on meeting our community “right where they are,” while providing information and education through peer involvement. Our goal is to promote safer sexual health. Be Safe…Play Safe…Stay Safe!!!
 
Nick Orth and Michael DeSalvo,
471-6853
212 Wayne Street, Syracuse, NY 13202
Friends of Dorothy House provides care for people with AIDS. Caregivers Michael DeSalvo and Nick Orth work with various agencies and individuals in CNY.
Social/Fundraising dinners on the last Wednesday of the month, 8 times a year, (no dinner Dec., & June-Aug.) from 5 to 7 pm at All Saints Church Hall, 1340 Lancaster Ave, Syracuse
 
607-651-9120
IDENTITY is a safe & confidential space in downtown Binghamton for young people who identify as Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer or Questioning & their Allies.
Immune Health Services (former known as DAC): Upstate Medical University 315-464-5533 www.upstate.edu/id
Provides HIV specialty and primary care, mental health, Hepatitis C co-infection and treatment adherence services in the Central New York region.
 
315-428-9366, 315-28-0805
dbacentralnewyork@gmail.com
Depression and Bipolar Disorder can be isolating illnesses, but DBSA peer to peer support groups can help you connect with others who have been there as well. Visit a DSBA support group and get the support that is essential to recovery.

Names Project Syracuse AIDS Memorial Quilt
315-498-4940
NamesProjectSyracuse@Yahoo.com
Names Project Syracuse on Facebook A support group that helps those who are grieving and to remember the lost ones.
 
New York State Division of Human Rights
315-428-4633
InfoSyracuse@dhr.ny.gov
333 E. Washington Street, Room 543 Syracuse, NY 13202
Investigates discrimination complaints and bias-related crimes, provides outreach and training on human rights issues.
 
 

Onlineschools.org

Did you know that 92% of LGBTQ youth say they’ve heard negative messages about their sexuality? While we celebrate and reflect during National Pride Month, we also recognize that there is much work remaining to ease the challenges and pressures on LGBT youth. That’s why our team of specialists at OnlineSchools.org has recently created a new guide to further support LGBT students.

 

At OnlineSchools.org, we believe that learning is a lifelong endeavor. We strive to provide students interested in earning an online degree with the most accurate, comprehensive, and accessible information about accredited online schools at every education level to ensure that they select the best programs to meet their goal.

http://www.onlineschools.org/lgbtq-student-guide/

 
315-470-3352
200 Wyoming Street, Syracuse, NY
Msmothers@peace-caa.org
Provides a Safe Space Program monthly for LGBTA people who live on Syracuse’s Westside.
 
the group meets the 1st Sunday of every month at 4 pm at the Interfaith Center at SUNY Cortland.
 
1-800-230-PLAN 
1120 E Genesee Street, Syracuse, NY 13210
Planned Parenthood protects and supports every person’s right to make voluntary, informed decisions about sexuality and reproduction in order to lead a healthy and fulfilling life. PPRSR strives to be the most trusted and reliable source for service and information regarding sexuality and reproductive health.
 
607-724-4308
LesGayFamBlg@aol.com
124 Front Street, Binghamton, NY 13905
Pride and Joy Families connects local LGBT families with a listserv for online discussions, family gatherings, and resources. It is a program of the Lesbian and Gay Family Building Project.
 
Q Law: The LGBTQ Law Association of CNY
315-263-0787
 
315-478-1923, 866-717-2640 (outside of local area)
kdill@sageupstate.org 
431 E Fayette St. #050, Syracuse, NY 13202
Sage Upstate is a not-for profit organization that promotes the health and wellbeing of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and questioning people in Central New York as they age. - Uzuri Program - Transgender Alliance of Central New York
 
800-333-0892
STAP provides supportive services to HIV+ persons and state of the art prevention education. We work to create a world where HIV transmission is rare and those who are HIV+ lead healthy lives.
Syracuse Bears the Syracuse Bears is a social and service organization for gay men and also counts among its member’s persons from Oswego, Cortland, and Oneida Counties. We have been active since 2009. We welcome all who identify with the Bear Community (or chasers) and if you are looking to have a good time and socializing with open-minded people while also contributing to community organizations and gay-friendly businesses, Syracuse Bears is the place to be.
Check us out on Facebook page. Leave us a message!
 
SUNY Onondaga Community College Gay Straight Alliance
315-498-2622 4585
W. Seneca Turnpike, Syracuse, NY 13215
 
315-428-8151
601 Allen Street, Syracuse, NY 13210

315-476-1132 400 Lodi St.,
Syracuse NY 13203
an educational and cultural organization founded to help sustain a culture that honors diversity and celebrates community.

315-476-4329
PO Box 6796, Syracuse, NY 13217
A community choral ensemble of gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender people and their allies, dedicated to providing and performing quality choral music which reflects the diverse nature of our community and serves to unite us with the wider community around us.

315-443-3983
lgbt@syr.edu
750 Ostrom Avenue, Syracuse, NY13244
Syracuse University LGBT Studies Program The LGBT Studies Program at Syracuse University offers an undergraduate minor in the interdisciplinary field of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Studies, which offers a sustained opportunity to learn about LGBT experience, history, and scholarship, as well as explore fundamental questions about sexualities, bodies, identities, communities, social movements, and liberation politics. The Program also hosts public events throughout the academic year. http://thecollege.syr.edu/students/undergraduate/interdisciplinary/lgbt-studies/index.html

The Center - Cortland LGBT Resource Center
607-756-8970
TheCenter@7vcasa.org
29 Central Avenue, Cortland, NY 13045
The mission of the Cortland LGBT Resource Center is to create a visible and empowered community through education, advocacy, resource enhancement, & linkages to services for all lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer-identified people.

Transgender CNY
info@transgendercny.org
Information on providers and organizations that work with transgender individuals is gathered. Also, requests emailed to the site are filtered.

315-468-3260
6181 Thompson Road, Syracuse, NY 13126
A comprehensive domestic and sexual violence service agency providing shelter, advocacy, and counseling services for women, children & men, education and prevention programs, and community coordination.

315-478-4636
601 Allen Street, Syracuse, NY 13210
 
 
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