Every Thursday in the month of June, we will be highlighting health organizations and resources that are closing disparity gaps and will be donating 10% of all sales to one of the incredible organizations on each of our lists. This week our chosen organization is the Health Professionals Advancing LGBTQ Equality (GLMA). Their mission of equitable treatment and opportunities for patients and providers "utilizes the scientific expertise of its diverse multidisciplinary membership to inform and drive advocacy, education, and research." View all resources guides here.
Below are the health organizations and resources that are closing the disparity gaps for LGBTQ+ individuals.
Association of LGBTQ Psychiatrists
For nearly 50 years, the AGLP has provided a network of mental health resources and referrals to the LGBTQ community.
Global Alliance of LGBT Education
GALE is a worldwide organization that focuses on the inclusion and education of LGBT issues, particularly focusing on nation's where queer individuals are given inequitable treatment and are put at a disadvantage because of their orientation.
The Health Professionals Advancing LGBTQ Equality is one of the nation's largest and oldest organizations that focuses on health education and research for the Queer community. Its wide network of physicians and nurses provide care and advocacy for LGBTQ Health.
Gay Men's Health Crisis
The world's leader in HIV/AIDS education and advocacy. GHMC has pioneered the prevention and care—promoting and providing testing to the LGBTQ community.
Run and operated by volunteer Trans individuals, Trans Lifeline is a vital resource for the trans community. Suicide rates are highest within the trans community, especially with POC.
With a focus on systemic inequities, SNaP Co. benefits the futures of the Black Trans community.
Trans Justice Funding Project
The Trans Justice Funding Project issues grants, empowering future Trans leaders to create impactful programs within their communities.
Marsha P Johnson Institute
Named after one of the most impactful voices in the Stonewall uprising and transgender rights, the MPJI creates community for Black transgender individuals.
Housed at the University of Southern California, One Archve Foundation is one of the largest archives of LGBTQ history. Its collection preserves queer culture and is used as a resource and tool for education.