Directory of LGBT Services and Resources
- Religious Organizations
- Academic/Alumni Groups
- Pride Committees
- Student Groups
- Support Groups
- 12 Step Groups
- Mental Health
- Staten Island
- People of Color
- Asian Pacific Island
- Political Groups
- Employee Groups
- Government/Elected Officials
AIDS Home Care Program
Program of Visiting Nurse Regional Care. AIDS/HIV services include skilled nursing, personal care workers, social workers, nutritionist, pastoral care, physical therapy, behavioral health, high-tech services, covering Manhattan and Brooklyn. ADAP, Medicaid, Medicare, other insurances. 501c3 not-for-profit.
Brooklyn AIDS Task Force
AIDS/HIV services, case management, support groups, outreach, education, mental health services, HIV testing and counseling, STI screening, substance abuse treatment services (OASIS approved), HOPWA and HASA (Housing Services).
Brooklyn Arts Exchange (BAX)
Multi-arts non-profit in Park Slope provides nurturing, year-round performance, rehearsal, educational venue. Encourages artistic risk-taking, stimulates dialogue among diverse constituencies.
Ice Hockey Club is a volunteer-run, not-for-profit corporation that has been running community ice hockey programs in New York City since 1992.
Brooklyn College Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Alliance (LGBTA)
Club for queer and trans students and allies. Provides information about resources and organizes educational and social events.
Brooklyn Community Pride Center
Our mission is to provide a safe, common space offering physical and mental health services, social support, recreational and cultural programming, as well as being a hub of information for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender individuals and families in Brooklyn. Through promotion of the empowerment, development, and general welfare of the LGBT community with emphasis on gender, racial, and ethnic parity, we are committed to affecting positive change within our Borough, and the community at large.
Brooklyn Gay Network of Friends (BGNF)
Social events for gay men of all ages living in Brooklyn.
Brooklyn Hospital PATH Center
HIV/AIDS services for adults, adolescents and children: primary care program, in-patient, nutrition, case management, dental, counseling, dermatology, specialty referral, OB-GYN, rapid HIV testing, LGBT-friendly. Ask about Flatbush location.
Brooklyn Pride, Inc.
Brooklyn’s LGBT Pride organization focuses on building new bridges between community resources/LGBT community. Plans annual Brooklyn Pride multi-cultural festival and parade.
Brooklyn Society for Ethical Culture
Humanist religious organization dedicated to improving ethical quality of relationships in personal lives and the world.
For lesbian/gay Roman Catholics. Meets 3rd Saturdays, 6:30 pm, at St. Ann/Holy Trinity Parish House, 122 Pierrepont St. Liturgy, potluck.
First Presbyterian Church of Brooklyn
Congregation of different races, ethnicities, nationalities, ages, sexual orientation, marital statuses, religious backgrounds, academic training, professions, incomes, abilities. Worship services reflect and honor that diversity. Member, Presbyterian Welcome.
First Unitarian Church in Brooklyn Gay-Straight Alliance
Inclusion/expression/advocacy of LGBT concerns in congregational life and society.
Promotes community acceptance/ understanding of LGBTQ issues through outreach, organizing.
Hynes, Charles J., Kings County District Attorney
Marc J. Fliedner, Assistant DA, LGBT Liaison
Integrity/Brooklyn (LGBT Episcopalians)
Chapter of national organization of LGBT Episcopalians, friends.
Lambda Independent Democrats of Brooklyn (LID)
Brooklyn's LGBT political club, involved in all progressive issues afffecting LGBT community.
Millman, Joan L., New York State Assemblymember
Represents 52nd District (includes Boerum Hill, Brooklyn Heights, Carroll Gardens, Cobble Hill, Dumbo, Park Slope, Prospect Heights, Columbia St. Waterfront, Vinegar Hill).
Alcoholism and substance abuse treatment program located in heart of historic Park Slope, Brooklyn.
New York Memory Center
Non-profit organization provides free services for LGBTQ caregivers of older adults (age 60+): individual counseling, support, educational trainings, more. Non-LGBTQ-identified caregivers welcome, too. Also, two culturally competent social model Adult Day Services Centers for elders with physical limitations/Alzheimer’s/related dementias.
Park Slope United Methodist Church
All unite as loving community in covenant with God/Creation summoned by faith in Jesus Christ, commit ourselves to humanization of urban life and physical/spiritual growth.
Prospect Park Women's Softball League
A women's instructional softball league. All skill levels, ages 18 and over are welcome.