Health Resources

Physical and Mental Health

A health center that provides low- or no-cost health and educational services including testing, counseling, and treatment for STDs, HIV, and AIDS.

A team of state-licensed clinicians, masters-level therapists, skilled educators, support staff and dedicated volunteers work together to create healthier futures for Houston’s LGBTQ community.

  • Substance Abuse/Recovery Program
  • Counseling
  • Support Groups
  • Emergency Shelter
  • Anti-Violence/Survivor Services
  • Education Workshops

PPGC has been named an LGBTQ Healthcare Equality Leader by the Human Rights Campaign and aims to provide clients with the best health care services at an affordable price in a caring atmosphere.

  • Annual Wellness Visits
  • Birth Control
  • Breast Cancer Screening
  • HPV Testing & Vaccine
  • Morning-After-Pill (Emergency Contraception)
  • Pregnancy Options
  • Pregnancy Testing
  • PrEP
  • Gender Affirming Hormone Therapy

A 24 hour-hour helpline dedicated to providing information, nonjudgmental support, crisis information intervention and referral services for Houston’s LGBT community.

Provides compassionate health care and social services to residents, regardless of economic status with HIV or AIDS

  • Medical Care
  • Behavioral Health

LHI of Houston provides funding and support for direct access to healthcare for its LGBT clients. This program delivers health insurance education and enrollment assistance, access to a diverse array of no-cost health screenings targeting high-risk health issues.

Provides a network of support to lesbian women struggling with debilitating or life-threatening illnesses for them to live as normally as possible.

An LGBTQ Twelve Step Recovery Clubhouse designed to bring hope, healing, and love through the fellowship found in Alcoholics Anonymous/Twelve-Step Recovery.

The Transgender Legal Defense & Education Fund’s Trans Health Project aims to ensure that all transgender and non-binary people can access the trans-related health care that they need.

Virtual hormone therapy for transgender, non-binary, and intersex people. Folx Health also offers virtual primary care, as well as prescriptions for PreP and erectile medications. Monthly memberships.

Virtual hormone therapy for transgender, non-binary, and intersex people. A Plume membership also gives you access to a four-week series of support groups, where you can talk through your transition, make new connections, and deepen your understanding of your identity. Plume offers one-time letter writing for non-members who need an evaluation for gender affirming surgery.

This website provides information for female-to-male trans folx interested in gender affirmative surgeries. You can find information on the procedures, resources, FTM surgery support forums, and find a surgeon.

This website provides information for male-to-female trans folx interested in gender affirmative surgeries. You can find information on the procedures, resources, before and after photos, and find a surgeon.

A nonbinary-, Filipinx-, & Jewish-founded Instagram-centric resource of information on bodily health, mental health, sexuality, fitness, nutrition, identity, community, and social justice by and for the community.

HIV Positive Resources

Thomas Street Health Center – A freestanding HIV/AIDS clinic, which provides medical care and psychological and social services to those who have been diagnosed with HIV/AIDS.

A health center that provides low- or no-cost health and educational services including testing, counseling, and treatment for STDs, HIV, and AIDS.

Through the Service of the Houston Bar Association, attorneys volunteer their time to provide legal services in civil matters for Houston. This program helps those who cannot get help through other legal aid programs and is based on income eligibility, including the HIV/AIDS community. For the most up-to-date information on the dates and times of their clinic, call (713) 228-0732.