LGBTQ Rights

Every person in the U.S. has basic rights. Learn about LGBTQ Rights from the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU). To learn more about rights as a Transgender Migrants click here.

  • LGBTQ Centers and Resources (Maricopa)

    LGBTQ Centers and Resources


    Drug Rehab – LGBTQ+ Substance Abuse Prevention Resources

    Members of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer community have rates of substance abuse higher than those of the general population. Their daily battles with discrimination and stigma cause high levels of stress that may push them toward drug and alcohol use. This website has information about LGBTQ+ communities and how/why they struggle with substance abuse and resources to prevent and treat substance abuse.
    Click here for more information.

    Essay On Time – LGBTQ Help and Support: Resources for Students

    A list of helpful and supportive resources for LGBTQ students. Resources listed include LGBTQ-friendly colleges, scholarships for LGBTQ students, resources for friends and family of LGBTQ youth, and resources for educators and school/college administrators.
    Click here for more information.

    Heartland Alliance’s Rainbow Welcome Initiative

    The Rainbow Welcome Initiative supports the resettlement of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) refugees and asylees by offering technical assistance to service providers and disseminating critical resources relevant to both resettlement staff and refugees and asylees. The Rainbow Welcome Initiative is committed to ensuring the successful integration of LGBT refugees and asylees as they establish new lives in this country and pursue new possibilities. Check out he resources available for both LGBTQ refugees and service providers by clicking here.

    Human Rights Campaign (HRC) Arizona

    The Human Rights Campaign fights for LGBTQ equality in Arizona alongside state and local groups and lawmakers.
    hrc.org/local-issues/arizona

    Mulligan’s Manor – Tempe

    Mulligan’s Manor is a group home for at-risk LGBTQ youth in crisis. The organization provides therapy, psychiatric services, developmental disability evaluations and house parents who are on site 24/7.
    4701 S. Lakeshore #1, Tempe AZ 85282
    480-831-8727
    info@mulligansmanor.org
    mulligansmanor.com/about-us

    One N Ten

    One N Ten is dedicated to serving LGBTQ youth through youth centers, Q High (online high school diploma program), trans group, job preparation and much more.
    1101 N. Central Ave. #202, Phoenix, AZ 85004
    Monday-Thursday: 9:30am-5pm
    Friday: 9:30-4:30pm
    Saturday-Sunday: Closed
    (602) 400-2601
    info@onenten.org
    onenten.org

    Parents, Families, and Friends of LGBTQ (PFLAG) Phoenix

    This is an all-volunteer organization comprised of parents, family members and friends of LGBTQ people to provide support, education, and advocacy.
    2942 N. 24th St., Suite 114-310, Phoenix, AZ 85016
    pflagphoenix.org

    Phoenix Pride LGBT Center

    The main purpose of Phoenix Pride is to promote unity, visibility, and self-esteem among gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender and queer persons; and to promote a positive image in the Valley of the Sun and throughout Arizona through community activities and services. The links below lead to different resources around Arizona for the LGBTQ+ community and social/support groups.
    1430 N. 5th St., Phoenix, AZ 85004
    http://phoenixpridelgbtcenter.org/ or https://phoenixpride.org/resources/

    The Recovery Village – LGBTQ+ Substance Abuse Prevention Resources

    No one is immune to substance use disorder. It can strike anyone at any time, regardless of age, gender, nationality, ethnicity, class or sexual orientation. However, some groups are more at risk to fall victim to drug and/or alcohol addiction than others. Unfortunately, this is true for the LGBTQ community. This is mainly because of the mental health disorders that develop in this community as a result of abuse, discrimination, rejection and ostracism that they undergo. The good news, however, is that many resources are available to help members of this community conquer substance abuse.
    If you or someone you love is a member of the LGBTQ community and is also suffering from alcohol and/or drug addiction, this website page may address many of the questions that you have.
    Click here for more information.

    Trans Spectrum of Arizona

    This organization works to cultivate a safe and welcoming community for Trans and Gender Non-Conforming individuals and allies. Peer support groups are available.
    1407 North 2nd St
    Phoenix, AZ 85004
    (602) 313-0440
    info@56o.069.myftpupload.com
    tsaz.org or https://www.facebook.com/transspectrumaz

    Trans Queer Pueblo

    Trans Queer Pueblo is a local grassroots group working for the liberation of trans/queer migrant community of color in Phoenix, creating cycles of mutual support that cultivate leadership.
    (480) 849-3797
    trans.queer.pueblo@gmail.com
    tqpueblo.org

  • LGBTQ Centers and Resources (Pima)

    LGBTQ Centers and Resources


    Drug Rehab – LGBTQ+ Substance Abuse Prevention Resources

    Members of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer community have rates of substance abuse higher than those of the general population. Their daily battles with discrimination and stigma cause high levels of stress that may push them toward drug and alcohol use. This website has information about LGBTQ+ communities and how/why they struggle with substance abuse and resources to prevent and treat substance abuse.

    Click here for more information.

    Essay On Time – LGBTQ Help and Support: Resources for Students

    A list of helpful and supportive resources for LGBTQ students. Resources listed include LGBTQ-friendly colleges, scholarships for LGBTQ students, resources for friends and family of LGBTQ youth, and resources for educators and school/college administrators.

    Click here for more information.

    Heartland Alliance’s Rainbow Welcome Initiative

    The Rainbow Welcome Initiative supports the resettlement of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) refugees and asylees by offering technical assistance to service providers and disseminating critical resources relevant to both resettlement staff and refugees and asylees. The Rainbow Welcome Initiative is committed to ensuring the successful integration of LGBT refugees and asylees as they establish new lives in this country and pursue new possibilities. Check out he resources available for both LGBTQ refugees and service providers by clicking here.

    Southern Arizona Gender Alliance (SAGA)

    The Southern Arizona Gender Alliance’s mission is to support, advocate, and promote justice for Southern Arizona’s transgender, non-binary, and gender-creative people. Follow the link below to find the support groups offered by SAGA.
    197 E. Toole Ave.
    Tucson, AZ 85701
    520-345-4128
    info@sagatucson.org
    https://www.sagatucson.org/community

    The Recovery Village – LGBTQ+ Substance Abuse Prevention Resources

    No one is immune to substance use disorder. It can strike anyone at any time, regardless of age, gender, nationality, ethnicity, class or sexual orientation. However, some groups are more at risk to fall victim to drug and/or alcohol addiction than others. Unfortunately, this is true for the LGBTQ community. This is mainly because of the mental health disorders that develop in this community as a result of abuse, discrimination, rejection and ostracism that they undergo. The good news, however, is that many resources are available to help members of this community conquer substance abuse.

    If you or someone you love is a member of the LGBTQ community and is also suffering from alcohol and/or drug addiction, this website page may address many of the questions that you have.

    Click here for more information.

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