Local LGBTQ Resources

Equality Clinic

Augusta | (762) 218-2226 | Equalityclinicaugusta@gmail.com

A free clinic for all low income individuals in the CSRA with a specific emphasis on providing complete and competent care to the underserved LGBTQ community.

Services offered:

  • Primary care services for uninsured patients
  • Gender transitioning support
  • Rapid HIV screening in partnership with the Department of Public Health
  • Pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) for HIV-1
  • Free blood Work
  • Free clinical pathology tests
  • Oral Health Screenings
  • Mental health support

Feminist Women’s Health Center

Atlanta | (404) 728-7900 | marketing@feministcenter.org

A center committed to providing a safe space and trans-affirmative environment for individuals of all sexualities and gender identities interested in holistic wellness services.

Services offered:

  • Hormone Replacement Therapy for Trans Men
  • T-Panels
  • Annual exams
  • Lower Exams
  • Pre or Post-Surgical Chest Exam
  • Surgical Clearance Lab Work and Letter
  • Gender Marker Letter
  • STI Testing and Treatment
  • Rapid HIV Testing

First City Network

Savannah | (912) 236-2489 | secretary@firstcitynetwork.org

An organization meant to enhance and sustain the well-being of LGBT individuals and their allies by providing educational, social, and health related activities, programs and services.

Georgia Equality

Atlanta | (404) 523-3070 | geinfo@georgiaequality.org

Advocacy group working to advance fairness, safety and opportunity for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender communities and allies throughout the state.

GLSEN Atlanta

Atlanta | (770) 843-7301 |atlanta@chapters.glsen.org

GLSEN Atlanta is a chapter of the Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network and is dedicated to making K-12 schools a safe place for students regardless of their gender identity of sexual orientation.

JustUsAtlanta 

Atlanta | (470) 399-2028 | contactus@justusatl.org

An LGBTQQA youth led space of affirmation, liberation, and safety which empowers LGBTQQA youth to lead their own movement.

Lost-N-Found Youth

Atlanta | (678) 856-7824 | info@lost-n-found.org

A nonprofit that helps take homeless lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender youth off the streets and transition them into more permanent housing.

Services offered:

  • 24/7 phone, texts, and email response
  • Emergency and transitional housing
  • Emergency clothing and food for youth on the street
  • Mental health evaluations and counseling
  • Referrals to HIV/STD testing, health and dental services
  • Assistance for lost or stolen birth certificates, driver’s licenses or state ID cards
  • Referrals to GED training/testing and other education resources
  • Resume writing/editing and interview skills training

Love Positive Counseling

Roswell | (678) 446-8653 | abaxterga@gmail.com

Sex-positive counselor specializing with LGBTQ, kinky, polyamorous (non-monogamous) individuals, couples, and family units.

Services offered:

  • Individual counseling for adults or teens
  • Couples counseling, Marriage counseling, Relationship counseling
  • Suicide Assessment
  • Family counseling
  • Conflict resolution/mediation
  • Open group for people in or considering polyamorous relationships
  • Open group for transgender or gender non-conforming youth (23 or younger)
  • Consultation for professionals on non-traditional relationships and sexuality
  • Consultation for professionals on gender identity and transition

Metro Atlanta Association of Professionals

Atlanta | (678) 744-9369 

As member-based association that creates an inclusive environment for the Metro Atlanta LGBTQ community that allows for professional development through networking, high-quality events, training, mentoring and education.

Membership benefits include:

  • Special event discount admission
  • Networking opportunities
  • Career opportunities
  • Educational resources

Real Youth Atlanta

Atlanta | (470) 485-2140 | realyouthatl@gmail.com

A nonprofit meant to enhance and sustain the health and well-being of young people of all sexual orientations and gender identities by providing safe and affirming activities, programs, and services.

Services offered:

  • Mentorship program
  • Weekly Group Discussions
  • Counseling
  • Tutoring
  • Religious Options

Spark Reproductive Justice

Atlanta | (404) 331-3150 | info@sparkrj.org

A nonprofit ensuring the voices of black women and LGBTQQ youth of color living in the south are included in the reproductive rights and justice movements.

Spark is comprised of two different programs – a political advocacy group called Speak Justice Take Action (SJTA) and queer/trans POC civic leadership group called Fierce Youth Reclaiming & Empowering (FYRE.)

Southerners On New Ground

Atlanta | (404) 549-8628 |kindred@southernersonnewground.org

A regional Queer Liberation organization made up of people of color, immigrants, undocumented people, people with disabilities, working class and rural and small town LGBTQ people in the south.

The Evolution Project

Atlanta | (404) 870-7700 | project.evolution.atl@gmail.com

A safe space for young black gay/bisexual men and transgender individuals to connect, develop strengths and skills, support each other, have fun and achieve positive goals.

Services Offered:

  • HIV/STD screening and treatment
  • Risk counseling and linkage to free medical screenings
  • Case management
  • Mental health services
  • Group discussion/bonding

The Shepard Project

Augusta | (803) 617-8352 |shepardprojectaugusta@gmail.com

The Shepard Project is a youth hangout/safe space for LGBTQ, allies and friends.