OutCare Health is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization with the purpose of providing extensive information and education on lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ) healthcare to providers and the public. OutCare has a national directory of LGBTQ culturally-competent providers, a nationwide LGBTQ public resource database, a diverse Mentorship Program, and cultural competency trainings.
Founded in 2006, DC Rollergirls is a 501(c)(3) volunteer-run non-profit. We are proud members of the Women’s Flat Track Derby Association, the international governing body for women’s amateur flat track roller derby. WFTDA is composed of skater-owned and -operated leagues worldwide that have united to lead this growing sport.
Our non-profit league is run by skaters and dedicated volunteers, who contribute their free time and talents to manage the business side of the league — everything from organizing fundraising events to designing promotional materials. The DC Rollergirls also maintain a strong sense of pride in our community by partnering with local charities and participating in local events. Our league’s vision is to promote athleticism, diversity and roller derby, and foster self-worth, personal strength and female empowerment.
The women who make up the league come from all walks of life — they are engineers, architects, lawyers, teachers, nurses, writers, artists, librarians and work-at-home moms. They came to this sport as novice and experienced skaters, as seasoned athletes and as former couch potatoes. But they all have one thing in common — they are strong, fierce, competitive athletes who are passionate about roller derby.
Long established as a safe environment for identifying subs and switches exploring the LGBT/Leather community. We focus on brotherhood, offering a safe space for our members to explore and learn while participating in various charitable/community events.
Riverside Baptist Church is a Christ-centered, interracial and inclusive community of faith.
Our one law is love of God and neighbor. We are not concerned about your signing off on a creed. There have always been persons who believed correctly but acted unjustly. Justice matters. So we celebrate gender equality, inclusion of all persons no matter their sexual orientation, and racial diversity. We draw the circle of God’s love large. You’re included. Ready to worship in a refuge of peace? Christ is the center here. No one more and nothing less.
We are a full-service LGBTQIA-friendly Substance Abuse, Mental Health & Eating Disorder treatment facility.
Our advanced approach to addiction treatment and drug treatment empowers individuals on the path to recovery. The Recovery Village® offers comprehensive treatment for dual diagnosis based drug and alcohol rehab, eating disorder and mental health treatments tailored to the patient’s specific needs. At The Recovery Village®, we understand addiction. Our fully trained staff will guide patients and family to the goal of complete rehabilitation.
Top of the line medical care, combined with wellness programs and holistic addiction treatments such as yoga and meditation, massage and equine resources mean we are dedicated to healing the whole self. We provide affordable luxury and recovery in a setting where lasting health and peace of mind are the goals. If you are looking for the best alcohol and drug rehab programs or facilities we can help you find the right resources.
EMPOWERMENT LIBERATION CATHEDRAL
At Empowerment Liberation Cathedral we celebrate our church being a welcoming and affirming, radically inclusive, LGBTQIA celebrated congregation, where ALL of God’s children are welcomed. We create an atmosphere where all worshipers can experience the gift of God, and the joy of Jesus. Everyone is invited to experience our worship – no matter your gender, race, age, sexual orientation, identification, disability, or former faith background. All are affirmed and welcomed here! At Empowerment Liberation Cathedral our service is power packed with spirit-filled preaching and singing. It will be an experience your soul will always remember. Through liberation, teaching, and preaching, your daily life will be empowered. Bishop Allyson Abrams is the Pastor and Founder.
Step Up For Mental Health has a program to help the Bi+ (bisexual) individual and community in times of stress get access to mental health services by way of advocacy, assisting them in finding local services in their area and small grants. We are particularly focusing on bi+ seniors, homeless youth and disenfranchised groups – along with educating the bi+ population on mental health, homelessness and poverty concerns within the Bi+ community.
Our members represent a variety of racial and ethnic backgrounds,nationalities, political affiliations, family configurations, sexual orientations, abilities and religious traditions. Indeed, chances are that there is someone just like you at St. John’s.We hope you have a chance to visit our church family!