This is a private Facebook group created by CCI (China’s Children International) for LGBTQ+ Chinese adoptees. It’s a network to discuss issues and topics relating to Chinese adoptees and the LGBTQ+ community.
This is a report that discusses discrimination against LGBTQ+ foster and adoptive parents. It explains how religious exemptions allow agencies to discriminate against LGBTQ parents. In turn, that reduces the number of families available to adopt, overburdens the child welfare system, and hurts the best interests of children.
This organization offers a safe space where API LGBTQ+ youth (ages 16-25) can unite to find support and make friends. They have drop-in centers, peer events, resources, and animal-assisted therapy. They collaborate with programs and organizations with similar objectives — school and university resource centers, health centers, and local businesses.
This organization offers ten counseling sessions at a reduced cost and free sessions are available to people who cannot afford the fee. Services are available from 10 am – 6 pm Monday through Friday. Counselors specialize in LGBTQ2SAI+ and gender-diverse related issues. This resource is great for people who are in need of therapy with diverse counselors.
This organization works to advance healing justice by transforming mental health for queer and transgender people of color. They have lists of community and practitioner resources, including crisis hotlines and a therapy directory. This resource is great for minority communities needing mental health services. Services can be filtered by location and professionals can request to join their directory.
The Genders & Sexualities Alliances (GSAs)serves LGBTQ+ youth in their local communities. GSAs clubs are student-run organizations that unite LGBTQ+ youth and allies to fight for racial and gender justice. On the website, you can find Their website features additional resources, the national GSA network, and information about their work.