LGBTQ2S ResourcesContract No. HHSS280201600001CApril 2, 2019Submitted To:Maureen Madison, Ph.D.Public Health AdvisorDivision of Prevention, Traumatic Stress, and SpecialProgramsCenter for Mental Health Services5600 Fishers Lane, Office 14E13DRockville, MD 20852Phone: d By:Lori KingProject DirectorTribal Tech, LLC121 South Alfred StreetAlexandria, VA 22314Phone: [email protected] Dunbar-Cooper, M.A., C.P.P.Public Health AnalystDivision of Systems DevelopmentCenter for Substance Abuse Prevention5600 Fishers Lane, Office 16E07BRockville, MD 20852Phone: [email protected] SpringeDeputy Project ManagerTribal Tech, LLC121 South Alfred StreetAlexandria, VA 22314Phone: [email protected]

Table of ContentsNational Resources . 4Resources by State. 5Health Resources . 17Parent/Supporter Resources . 18Other Resources . 19List of LGBT Centers . 19Media . 19Miscellaneous . 20Support . 2202

LGBTQ2S ResourcesLGBTQ2S stands for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer and Questioning, andTwo Spirit. The term Two Spirit does not simply mean someone who is a NativeAmerican and/or Alaska Native (AI/AN) and gay. Traditionally, AI/AN Two Spiritpeople were male, female, and sometimes intersexed individuals who combinedactivities and traits of both men and women. In early Native societies, those whoidentified as Two Spirit were respected as spiritual leaders and often served specialroles such as storytellers, counselors, and healers. Colonization and historicaltrauma have threatened these traditions, however Two Spirit people throughoutNorth America are reviving the Two Spirit role.The LGBTQ2S population has unique healthcare needs, is at greater risk for multiplehealth threats, and often experiences low quality care due to a variety of factors,including discrimination. i The LGBTQ2S community is at a higher risk for suicide dueto a lack of peer support and harassment, as well as mental health conditions andsubstance misuse. For LGBTQ2S people aged 10 to 24 years, suicide is one of theleading causes of death, and those youth are three to four times more likely to attemptsuicide, experience suicidal thoughts, or engage in self-harm than their non-LGBTQ2peers. Between 38 and 65% of transgender individuals experience suicidal ideation. iiOften, culture is prevention in AI/AN communities. Some examples of the healing workbeing revived in the Two Spirit community include dance lessons, Two Spiritgatherings and powwows, Two Spirit drum groups, and restoring ceremonies such asthe Naming Ceremony and Sun Dance. iii This document provides a list of resources forNative Connections grantees and stakeholders to reference to support Two Spiritpopulations in suicide prevention efforts.Note: Inclusion of a resource in this publication does not imply endorsement by the Center forMental Health Services, the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, orthe U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.3

National ResourcesChildhelp National Child AbuseHotline(800) 422-4453http://www.childhelp.orgLGBTQ National .htmlHotline: (888) 843-4564Crisis Text Line(212) 254-2390http://www.crisistextline.orgLGBTQ National Youth otline: (888) 246-7743DeQH Helpline(908) 367-3374, Lesbian, & Straight EducationNetwork Rights Campaign Alive(202) 535-3200 Gets Better Project National Help Center Center for ender-peopleNational Coalition of Anti-ViolencePrograms(212) Runaway Safeline(800) 786-2929 Domestic Violence Hotline(800) 799-7233 LGBTQ Task Force

Safe Zone Project Sexual Assault & IncestHotline (RAINN)(800) 656-4673 Suicide Prevention ine: 1-800-273-8255 Teen Lifeline (800) 248-8336The Trevor Project (800) 850-8078Trans Lifeline/ Transgender : (877) 565-8860PFLAG by StateAlabamaEquality Alabama(205) 530-0045 Birmingham, ALShoals Diversity Center(256) tion: Florence, ALAlaskaAlaska Native LGBTQ Initiative(907) 729-2971https://www.iknowmine.orgLocation: Anchorage, AKIdentity Alaska(907) 929-4528 Anchorage, AK5

ArizonaNative comLocation: Phoenix, AZNavajo AIDS ds-network-nan-incorporatedLocation: Chinle, AZSafe Out LGTBQ Youth ocation: Phoenix, AZSouthwest Indigenous Women’sCoalition Mesa, AZPFLAG Phoenix Native AmericanChapterhttp://www.nativepflag.orgLocation: Phoenix, AZArkansasLucie’s Place(501) 508-5005 Fayetteville, ARNorthwest Arkansas Equality(479) 966-9014 Fayetteville, ARCaliforniaBay Area American Indian Two Spirits(BAAITS) San Francisco, CACity of Angels Two-Spirit ion: Long Beach, CABiLawhttp://www.binetusa.orgLocation: Los Angeles, CACommunity United Against Violence(415) 777-5500 San Francisco, CA6

Little Gay Bookhttp://www.littlegaybook.comLocation: Oakland, CASF Suicide Prevention(415) 781-0500http://www.sfsuicide.orgLocation: San Francisco, CARed Circle Project at AIDS Project LosAngeles Los Angeles, CASpirit Society of Indian [email protected]: Hollister, CASanta Ynez Tribal Health Clinic Santa Ynez, CAColoradoOut Boulder(303) 499-5777 Boulder, COOne Colorado(303) 396-6170 Denver, COConnecticutTriangle Community Center(203) 853- 0600 Norwalk, CTTrue Colors, Inc.(860) 232-0050 Hartford, CTDelawareCAMP Rehoboth Community Center(302) 227-5620 Rehoboth Beach, DEPFLAG Wilmington(302) 654-2995 Wilmington, DE7

FloridaThe Center Orlando(407) 228-8272 Orlando, FLLGBTQ Welcome Center(727) n: St. Petersburg, FLGeorgiaGeorgia Equality(404) 523-3070 Atlanta, GASavannah LGBT Center(912) 304-LGBT (5428) Savannah, GAHawaiiHawai’i LGBT Legacy Foundation(808) ation: Honolulu, HILGBTQ University of Hawai’i(808) 956-9250 Honolulu, HIIdahoAll Under One Roof LGBT Center(208) 251-1661 Porcatello, IDThe Community Center Inc.(208) 336-3870 Boise, IDIllinoisClock, Inc.(773) 477-7173 Chicago, ILEquality g/Location: Rock Island, IL8

IndianaIndiana Two-Spirit ciety/Location: Bloomington, INThe LGBTQ Center(574) 234-1411 South Bend, INIowaAddair GLBT Resource Center(641) ocation: Greenfield, IAOne Iowa(515) 288-4019 West Des Moines, IAKansasEquality Kansas(316) 683- 1706 Wchita, KSWichita Two-Spirit Society Wichita, KSKentuckyPride Community Services Organization(859) 253-3233 Lexington, KYLouisville LGBTQ : Louisville, KYLouisianaCapital City Alliance(225) 366-7487 Baton Rouge, LAPFLAG New Orleans(504) 862-5912 New Orleans, LA9

MaineEquality Maine(207) 761-3732 Portland, MEOut Maine(800) 530-6997 Rockland, MEMarylandThe GLCCB(410) 777-8145 Baltimore, MDEquality Maryland(410) 685-6567 Baltimore, MDMassachusettsBisexual Resource Center(617) 424-9595www.biresource.orgLocation: Boston, MABoston Alliance of Gay, Lesbian,Bisexual & Transgender Youth(BAGLY)(617) 227-4313 Boston, MAMichiganGrand Rapids Pride on: Grand Rapids, MIMichigan tments/transgender-servicesLocation: Ann Arbor, MIStand With Trans Greater MichiganTransgender Michigan Help LineHotline: (855) n: Greater Michigan10

MinnesotaIndigenous Peoples Task Forcewww.indigenouspeoplestf.orgLocation: Minneapolis, MNLGBTQ Therapists Network Minneapolis, MNMinnesota Indian Women’s SexualAssault Coalition and Resource Center Minneapolis, MNMN LGBT Therapist Network Minneapolis, MNMinnesota Indian Resource Center Minneapolis, MNMississippiMississippi Rainbow Center(601) 336-0162 Biloxi, MSThe Spectrum Center(601) 906-5345 Hattiesburg, MSMissouriGLO Center(417) 869-3978 Springfield, MOKansas City Center for Inclusion(816) 753-7770 Kansas City, MOMontanaMontana Two Spirit Society Missoula, MTWestern Montana Community Center(406) 543-2224 Missoula, MT11

NebraskaOutlinc Lincoln, NEPFLAG Omaha(402) 291-6781 Omaha, NENevadaGay and Lesbian Community Centerof Sourtern Nevada(702) 733-9800 Las Vegas, NVOUR Center(775) 624-3720 Reno, NVNew HampshireSeacoast Outright(603) 552-5824 Portsmouth, NHPFLAG New Hampshire Concord, NHNew JerseyHudson Pride Center(201) 963- 4779 Newark, NJNewark LGBT Community Center(973) 424-9555 Jersey City, NJNew MexicoThe Mountain Center Santa Fe, NMTransgender Resource Center of NM(505) 200-9086 Alburquerque, NM12

New YorkEast Coast Two-Spirit Society New York, NYSuicide Prevention & Crisis Service(607) 272-1505 Ithaca, NYNorth CarolinaTime Out Youth(704) 344- 8335 Charlotte, NCYouth OUTRight(828) 738-2392 Asheville, NCNorth DakotaDakota OutRight Bismarck, NDPride Collective(218) 287-8034 Fargo, NDOhioKaleidoscope Youth Center(614) 294-5437 Columbus, OHLGBT Community Center(216) 651-5428 Cleveland, OHOklahomaCentral Oklahoma Two Spirit 5648/Location: Oklahoma City, OKOkmulgee/Tulsa Two Spirit SupportGroups918-758-1930Location: Okmulgee/Tulsa, OK13

Tulsa Two-Spirit ciety-164444053595892/Location: Tulsa, OKOregonNorthwest Two-Spirit ciety/Location: Portland, ORPortland Two Spirit [email protected]: Portland, ORWestern States Center Two SpiritJustice ProgramsSe-ah-dom Edmo at (503) 768-6155 ocation: Portland, ORPennsylvaniaLGBT Equality Alliance ofChester County(484) 393-LGBT (5428) Phoenixville, PAWilliam Way Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual,and Transgender Community Center(215) 732-2220 Philadelphia, PARhode IslandRhode Island Pride(401) 467-2130 Providence, RIYouth Pride, Inc(401) 421-5626 Providence, RISouth CarolinaHarriet Hancock LGBT Center(803) 771-7713 Columbia, SCPFLAG Greenville, SC14

South DakotaBlack Hills Center for Equality(605) 348-3244 Rapid City, South DakotaEquality South [email protected]:// Pride Knoxville, TNOutMemphis: The LGBTQ Centerfor the Mid-South(901) 278-6422 Memphis, TNTexasResource Center(214) 521-5124 Dallas, TXTexas Two Spirit Society Dallas, TXUtahEquality Utah(801) 355- 3479 Salt Lake City, UTUtah Pride Center(801) 539-8800 Salt Lake City, UTVermontOutright Vermont(802) 865-9677 Burlington, VTPride Center of Vermont(802) 860-7812 Burlington, VT15

VirginiaBi Net USA(800) 585-9368 Arlington, VALynchburg Diversity Center(434) n: Lynchburg, VAWashingtonLambert House(206) 322-2515 Seattle, WAThe Rainbow Center- Tacoma(253) 383-2318 Tacoma, WAWashington, DCCenter for Native American Youth atAspen Institute Native LGBTQ-TwoSpirit Youth Project(202) 736-2905Email: ation: Washington, DCNational Congress of AmericanIndians Two Spirit Task Force(202) creation-of-two-spirit-task-forceLocation: Washington, DCWest VirginiaFairness West Virginia(681) 265-9062 Charleston, WVWV Free(304) 342-9188 Charleston, WV16

WisconsinLGBT of SE Wisconsin(262) 664-4100 Racine, WIRed Cliff Band of Lake SuperiorChippewa Wisconsin(715) 779-3707 Bayfield, WIWyomingPFLAG Casper(307) tion: Casper, WYWyoming Equality(307) 778-7645 Cheyenne, WYHealth ResourcesActors FundHIV/AIDS Initiative(800) 221-7303http://www.actorsfund.orgCDC Information HotlineNational AIDS and STD Hotline(800) 232-4636 Institute - National Office(202) 835-8373 Industries Foundation FightingAIDS(DIFFA)(212) 727-3100 United(202) 408-4848, the Foundation For AIDSResearch(212) 806-1600 AIDS PreventionInitiative(212) 226-2292

Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, andTransgender HealthCenters for Disease Control esources.htmNAMES Project Foundation / AIDSMemorial Quilt(404) 688-5500 Minority AIDS Council(202) 853-0021 Native American AIDSPrevention Center(720) 382-2244 Inform(800) 822-7422 Bodyc/o Body Health Resource Corp.(212) 541-8500 Sero Project ResourcesMyKidisGay.comHelping families understand theirLGBTQ kids Resources for ParentsHuman Rights ces-for-parentsTips for Parents of LGBTQ YouthJohns Hopkins gbtq-youth18

AdditionalList of LGBT CentersCenterLinkFind an LGBT center near you 765-6024GLBT Near MeA progrom of the GLBT National HelpCenter Music for All s:// Queers with Love (Film) Transgender esbian and Gay Bands Association"Drunktown’s Finest” (movie) FinestElevating Two-Spirit Leaders e SongGaylaxicon Herstory Archives Archives the Rainbow Queer Kids Stuff

Two Spirits Documentary eaIWR27sg1cTwo Spirit Journalhttp://twospiritjournal.comVoices from the 8Two Spirits Film Aranu'tiqhttp://www.camparanutiq.orgCamp Firehttp://www.campfire.orgDomestic Violence in the TransgenderCommunityNo More r-community/National Resource Center for x ed for teens the Hate Services for Children Domestic Violence andSexual Assault Resource 4/2011 FORGETrans DV SA Resource Sheet.pdfNational Center for Lesbian Rights Student Educational Resource LGBT Health EducationCenterList of resources and suggested ducation/lgbt-health-resources/Two Spirit Information andScholarship:A Place in the Middle 9JqObHiBin8Human Rights Foundation

Two Spirit People: Sex, Gender, andSexuality in Historic andContemporary Native nitiatives/PrudenEdmo TwoSpiritPeople.pdfTwo Spirit Societies and it-rc/twospirit-societies/SupportAmerican Association of MuseumsLGBTQ s/lgbtq-alliance/American Folklore Society LGBTQASectionFederal Aviation 953171FireFLAGhttp://www.afsnet.orgGLBT firefighters, EMS and relatedAmerican Musicological Society Study y and Lesbian Medical AssociationAssociation Of Gay and //www.aglp.orgGays And Lesbians In Foreign AffairsAssociation of LGBT Addictionhttp://www.glifaa.orgProfessionalsand their Allies (NALGAP)http://www.nalgap.orgAgenciesGLBT Round TableAmerican Library Association of LGBT Issues inCounselinghttp://www.algbtic.org21

IBM Corportation LGBT EmployeeNational Gay and Lesbian ChamberGroupof Commeerce eagleibm/http://www.nglcc.orgInternational Gay and Lesbian TravelNational Lawyers Guild Lesbian and Gay JournalistsSupport for young people with intersexAssociationconditions or rg/National LGBT Bar AssociationLambda Literary iterary.orgNational Organization Of Gay andLesbian and Gay Archives RoundtableLesbian Scientists and Technical(LAGAR)Professionals, Inc.c/o Society of American -lagarOut and Equalhttp://www.outandequal.orgLGBTQ Teens Online Talk Group At Work National l Association Of SocialWorkersPride: The LGBTQ VeterinaryNational Committee on LGBT IssuesMedical Community (Pride ww.lgvma.orgLGBT22

Trans Teens Online Talk teens. Family Allies, Inc. Health Service: Alliance on Mental Illness: LGBTQ2 Well-Being Education, Two Spirit People Then & emes/newihstheme/display i23

This document provides a list of resources for Native Connections grantees and stakeholders to reference to support Two Spirit populations in suicide prevention efforts. Note: Inclusion of a resource in this