Welcome to this LGBTQIA+ Resources guide! Here you will find resources for and about the LGBTQIA+ community at UP and beyond.
Another important resource here on campus is the Health and Counseling Center where you can schedule medical/mental health appointments with the UP staff who are committed to diversity and the inclusion of the LGBTQIAPN+ community.
You can find a link to their website here in order to schedule an appointment.
You might also like these Clark Library guides:
Here at the University of Portland we have many organizations that aim to promote the inclusivity of the LGBTQIA+ community for example the GSP or Gender & Sexuality Partnership which seeks to offer a safe and open space for LGBTQ+ students and brings together students of all different identities and backgrounds. More information on any upcoming events can be found here.
These are phone numbers and hotlines that are available to help you with various needs such as mental health and counseling.
The Trevor Project has help available 24/7 with professionally trained LGBTQIA+ counselors.
The Trans Lifeline provides specific support for the Trans, Non-binary and Gender-nonconforming communities.
The LGBTQ+ National Hotline is open from the hours of Monday through Friday, 1:00pm – 9:00pm / Saturday, 9:00am – 2:00pm to help with varying issues members of the community might face.
TBUDDY is a resource for transmasc people so that they might gain guidance from other transmasc members of the community. Visit their website here to make a 30 minute appointment (appointment types include text, phone and virtual)
Many thanks to the library at Ashland (KY) Community and Technical College for allowing Clark Library to use their LGBTQIA+ Resources guide as a starting point.
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