Community Resources

A nonprofit with a mission to educate and mobilize LGBTQ communities of color and their allies through social arts that promote mental, emotional, and sexual health.

Gender Infinity offers services for gender diverse and transgender people of all age including community support services, a local conference, and consultations and training.

The Montrose Center is a hub for community activity including a volunteer-run café’, rental space, wellness center groups and activities, a cyber center and more!

A nonprofit organization that provides a positive environment and support to gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, and questioning youth 13-21 in the greater Houston area.

Provides support and information for LGBTQ people and those who love them.

OLTT is an organization founded and led by trans Latinx immigrant women working for the intersectional wellbeing of our community.

Somos una organización de base comunitaria, conformada por muejers Trans para personas Trans (Transexuales, Transgénero e Intersex) y nuestras aliadas, mantenemos nuestro enfoque de trabajo para la visibilidad y elegibilidad los derechos humanos y el bienestar de nuestra comunidad, mediante el empoderamiento, la organización comunitaria que permita fomentar una incidencia política en equidad e igualdad.

A collective of Asian American Queer Houstonians committed to intersectional work around our identities, our communities, and fellow communities of color.

SOSU centered towards black trans women (open to all self-identified women).

Aims to empower and enrich the lives of intersex people while working to end shame and discrimination through education, outreach, and support.

Houston Transgender Meetup

A collection of transgender-inclusive support groups, events, fundraisers, and social gatherings in the greater Houston area.

The board exists to serve as a liaison between the LGBTQ community and the Mayor. The Board provides viable recommendations on policies that will advance the social, economic, and political issues of all LGBTQ Houstonians and citizens in the City of Houston, including ending discrimination.

Houston Transgender Unity Committee was formed to promote unity among the gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgendered community, and to educate and advocate with open and honest advocacy. The Committee has representation from the six transgendered Houston area organizations. They Offer scholarships and yearly banquet. Link coming soon

The Caucus is a nonprofit organization dedicated to screening and endorsing candidates dedicated to serving all Houstonians including those in the LGBTQ community.

Pride Houston strives to bring individuals who are LGBTQ and allies together to honor the Stonewall Riots by having the largest Pride Celebration in the southern United States where all may attend, be themselves and find like-minded people.

Lambda NextGen is dedicated to connecting Houston’s LGBT young professionals through monthly professional networking social events, volunteer and fundraising opportunities, intramural sports, and professional development programs.

(Montgomery County area) – A newly formed group to bring allies and LGBTQ people together in the Greater Woodlands area. The goal is to have dinners hosted by allies to show support and acceptance while creating a safe environment for all to be authentically who they are.

The first national nonprofit social advocacy organization with a specific focus on empowering African American transgender men by addressing multi-layered issues of injustice faced at the intersections of racial, sexual orientation, and gender identities. BTMI is based in Texas.

A research, intervention, education and policy initiative to prevent health and mental health risks and to promote well-being for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer-identified (LGBTQ) children and youth, including suicide, homelessness, drug use and HIV — in the context of their families, cultures and faith communities.

Family Acceptance Project LGBTQ Youth & Family Resources – This website is a collaboration between the Family Acceptance Project® (FAP) and the Institute for Innovation & Implementation to increase family and community support for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer-identified (LGBTQ) children and youth to decrease health and mental health risks and to promote well-being.

This website provides an ever-growing list that centers the experiences of people with LGBTQ parents and caregivers.