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Bisbee

  • Bisbee Pride was begun in 2005 by a small group of LGBT friends and now draws hundreds of people from around the Country.  Bisbee has become known as an accepting and liberal community – the first in Arizona to pass a Civil Union Ordinance before Marriage Equality became law. http://www.bisbeepride.com/

 

Sierra Vista

  • PFLAG Sierra Vista promotes the health and well-being of gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender persons and their families and friends. https://www.pflagsierravista.org/

 

Tucson

  • AIDS Ribbon Tucson is Southern Arizona’s interactive public Memorial for the millions of men, women & children lost to AIDS, and anyone HIV-positive who died from other causes. https://www.facebook.com/AIDSribbontucson/

 

  • Alliance Fund the Funk/Noffsinger Endowment supports lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender community needs. http://www.alliancefund.org/wp/

 

  • Alternative Theater Company is an all-volunteer theatre group renowned for producing award-winning LGBT plays that engage an audience in a conversation relating to specific feelings and messages reflecting the gay, lesbian, bisexual and trans-gender community. http://www.alternativetheatreco.org/Alternative_Theatre_Company/Home.html

 

  • ASUA Pride Alliance is a resource center available to not only LGBTQ individuals, but all students, faculty, and staff. Pride Alliance is also a safe place to seek advice and support from the Interns and the Program Director for LGBTQ Affairs. http://pride.asua.arizona.edu/pride/Welcome.html

 

  • Bears of the old Pueblo is a social organization in Tucson for bearish, gay and bi men, and admirers (18+)., 520-829-0117. http://www.botop.org/

 

  • Community Options, supports people with disabilities, their mission is to mission is to develop housing and employment supports for persons with disabilities. http://www.comop.org/

 

  • Crossroads Collaborative is dedicated to advancing research, graduate training, public conversation, and ultimately social change in the area of youth, sexuality, health, and rights (YSHR). https://mcclellandinstitute.arizona.edu/crossroads

 

  • Desert Dominion is a pan-sexual, pan-fetish BDSM organization based in Tucson and welcome everyone regardless of orientation, age (18+), kink (legal activities involving consenting adults), race, creed, religion, etc. http://desertdominion.org/

 

  • Desert Voices is Arizona’s premier LGBTQ chorus. We are a not-for-profit corporation committed to promoting the ongoing and positive gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender presence in our community. http://www.desertvoices.org/

 

  • Eon Youth Lounge is a drop-in youth center that offers a safe space for LGBTQ and straight allied youth to hang out and receive the services they need. https://www.facebook.com/eonyouth

 

  • G3 is a social event for gay men and their friends that takes place every month at a different location each time. http://tucsong3.com/

 

  • GLSEN Tucson Chapter works to ensure that LGBT students are able to learn and grow in a school environment free from bullying and harassment. Join us as we transform our nation’s K-12 schools. http://www.glsen.org/chapters/tucson/getinvolved

 

  • Institute for LGBT Studies, U of A  mission is to foster curriculum, promote research on gender and sexual diversity, and present public programming that addresses the histories, politics, and cultures of gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender people. https://lgbt.arizona.edu/

 

  • JFSA Pride fosters an open and affirming Jewish community for Southern Arizona’s LGBTQ Jews through: social and festival gatherings, community events, LGBTQ interfaith work, social action initiatives, and educational programs for adults and youth. http://jfsa.org/get-involved/lgbt-inclusion-project

 

  • LGBT Jewish Inclusion Project is located at the Jewish Federation of Southern Arizona. The project is staffed 10 hours a week by professional staff. For more information please call 520-577-9393 X 128 or e-mail lgbtinfo@jfsa.org https://www.jewishlgbtnetwork.com/place/tucson-lgbt-jewish-inclusion-project-2/

 

  • LGBTQ Integrated Health Coalition of Southern Arizona mission is to advocate for culturally appropriate services for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and questioning (LGBTQ ) individuals and their families and work to eliminate the stigma of LGBTQ stereotypes within the Southern Arizona behavioral health community. https://www.facebook.com/LGBTQBHCoalition/

 

  • Lostboys is a group where you’re “free to be” yourself and enjoy motorcycling in the company of others who share your passion. http://www.lostboyssouthernarizona.com/

 

  • Meander in Tuscon meet with other members of your local LGBTQ women’s community. Gather to have fun and make friends. http://www.meetup.com/meanderintucson/

 

  • MedPride, U of A promotes awareness of and sensitivity to LGBTQ issues in healthcare, including topics that affect LGBTQ patients, medical students, residents, physicians and their allies. Information: medpride@gmail.com.

 

  • Men in Birthdaysuits (former Get NAKED with TNT MEN) membership is limited to 18 and over. Moderator must approve all new members. Nudity is not optional, it is required. https://groups.yahoo.com/neo/groups/TNTucsonMEN/info

 

  • OUTreach goal is to achieve a campus climate which fosters the careers of LGBT faculty and academic professionals and the education of LGBT students. http://out.web.arizona.edu/

 

  • PFLAG Tucson provides opportunity to dialogue about sexual orientation and gender identify, and acts to create a society that is healthy and respectful of human diversity. http://www.pflagtucson.org/

 

  • Pride Alliance, U of A strives to maintain a drop-in resource center that offers a supportive social and academic environment for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning, as well as allied, students at the University of Arizona.  http://pride.asua.arizona.edu/pride/Welcome.htmlhttp://pride.asua.arizona.edu/pride/Welcome.html

 

  • Pride Law, U of A works to improve the legal status of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people.  Membership is open to all students in the College of Law. Contact: arizonapridelaw@gmail.com

 

  • Rainbow Riders is an LGTBA cycling group located in Tucson Arizona. https://www.facebook.com/pages/Rainbow-Riders/103728733053182

 

  • Reveille Men’s Chorus is an internationally recognized men’s chorus, is in its 21st year of changing lives through music. https://reveillemenschorus.org/

 

  • Southern Arizona AIDS Foundation (SAAF) is the only community-based organization in southern Arizona providing case management and ancillary support services for people living with HIV/AIDS and their families; culturally appropriate prevention and education programs to reduce the rate of infection; & LGBTQ community outreach & engagement. http://www.saaf.org/

 

  • Southern Arizona AIDS Foundation Anti-Violence Project works to prevent, respond to and end all forms of violence against and within the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and questioning communities of southern Arizona.http://saaf.org/care-services/anti-violence-programs/

 

  • Southern Arizona Gender Alliance is a non-profit organization that supports and advocates for southern Arizona’s community of trans identities: transsexual, transgender, genderqueer, masculine of center, feminine of center, non-binary, two-spirit, butch, femme, gender fluid, intersex, and ALL of us who are gender fabulous! http://sagatucson.org/wp/

 

  • Southern Arizona Hate Crimes Taskforce is a partnership of law enforcement agencies and community groups formed to promote the detection and prevention of hate crimes through enforcement and education. http://www.sahctf.org/

 

  • Southern Arizona Senior Pride is a non-profit, all-volunteer organization that supports and unites Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Seniors in Southern Arizona. For more information, email soazseniorpride@gmail.com or find them on Facebook at facebook.com/SoAZseniorpride. http://soazseniorpride.org

 

  • Teen Lifeline provides a safe, confidential, and crucial crisis service where teens help teens make healthy decisions together. http://teenlifeline.org/

 

  • The Anchor Project (Accessible Network for Coordinated Housing, Opportunities, and Resilience) is designed to provide culturally responsive and affirming services to young adults who identify with the spectrum of LGBTQ&A (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, questioning, and straight ally) communities. https://anchorprojectarizona.org/

 

  • Theta Nu Xi Multicultural Sorority is a multicultural sorority for students and professionals of different lifestyles, cultures, religions, backgrounds offering scholarship, service, sisterhood, leadership, multiculturalism. http://tnxmuchapter.wix.com/magnificentmuchapter#!mu-chapter/dyj9j | http://tnxmuchapter.wix.com/magnificentmuchapter#!mu-chapter/dyj9j

 

  • Tucson Anti-Violence Project mission is social change and social service programs that works to address and end violence in the lives of LGBT people. https://www.facebook.com/avpwingspan?fref=ts

 

  • Tucson FrontRunners is a walking/running group comprised of LGBT folks, their family and friends and straight allies. http://tucsonfrontrunners.org/

 

  • Tucson LGBT Chamber of Commerce promotes the success and growth of the gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, and allied business community in Southern Arizona through education, networking, and advocacy. http://tucsonglbtchamber.org/wp/

 

  • Tucson Interfaith HIV/AIDs Network (TIHAN) works through education and support, we—as individuals and faith communities—work to build bridges, reduce stigma and sustain hope. http://www.tihan.org/

 

  • Tucson Men’s Social Network has events at various members’ homes and in the community. http://www.menssocialnetwork.org/

 

  • Tucson Pride is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that produces and promotes educational, cultural, and recreational events for the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and allied communities in Tucson, AZ. Tucson Pride supports other local non profits, having given back to the community more than $45,000 since its inception. http://www.tucsonpride.org/

 

  • Tucson Prime Timers is a not-for-profit social organization with a mission to serve older Gay and Bi Men, as well as younger men who enjoy their company. http://www.tucsonprimetimers.org/

 

  • Tucson Queer Strategic Partnership is a partnership of organizations collaborating to enhance support and services to the queer community. https://www.facebook.com/pages/Tucson-Queer-Strategic-Partnership/608872125821954?id=608872125821954&sk=info&tab=page_info

 

  • Tucson Twist is Tucson’s LGBTQ News and Entertainment Magazine started at end of 2016. http://www.tucsontwist.com/

 

  • University of Arizona LGBTQ Affairs creates a safe space for thousands of students every year on the University of Arizona campus through programs, training, events, and through the LGBTQ Resource Center in the Student Union. http://lgbtq.arizona.edu/

 

  • University of Arizona LGBT Resources including the Resource Center which provides students with a place to meet new friends, hang out between classes, work on homework and learn more about what the UA has to offer. http://out.web.arizona.edu/resource.htm

 

  • Water of Life Metropolitan Community Church is an inclusive spiritual community for all of God’s people. http://wolmcc.org/

 

Yuma

  • Gay Yuma Yuma Facebook page. https://www.facebook.com/gay.yuma

 

  • PFLAG Yuma is the Facebook page for PFLAG Yuma. https://www.facebook.com/pflagyumaAZ

 

  • The Yuma Voice, local gay news. http://www.gayinyuma.com/TheYumaVoice.html

 

  • Yuma County HIV Prevention provides access to quality HIV testing, Linkage to Care (HTL) and Partner Services for persons residing in Yuma County. http://www.yumacountyaz.gov/departments-services/health/divisions/nursing/hiv-services/hiv-prevention

 

  • Yuma Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce with includes the Greater Yuma Area LGBT Friendly Business Directory. http://www.gayinyuma.com/index.html