PROUD Family Health (Somerset County)
Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital Somerset is the first hospital in New Jersey to offer specialized primary care services for the LGBTQIA community at PROUD Family Health. Committed to providing a safe and supportive environment where you can get the medical care you need at all stages of your life.
NJ Lesbian and Gay Coalition
Resources for LGBT youth, including helpline numbers, housing information, legal resources, physical health agencies, and more. 732-828-6772
Health services and group support resources for people ages 13 to 26. They developed two support groups called “First & Third” and “PFLAG” for LGBTQ youth and their loved ones.
Hetrick Martin Institute
Counseling and crisis management, health and wellness programming, academic enrichment, job readiness, and arts and cultural programming.
The Pride Center of New Jersey
Offers numerous social, supportive, educational, entertaining, and fun events and groups for the LGBTQI community.
NJ Gay Life
Lists events throughout New Jersey to connect the LGBTQ community. Online directory of New Jersey businesses and a support group calendar organized by issues and geographic
Parents, Families and Friends of Lesbians and Gays (PFLAG)
National non-profit organization located in Washington, DC. The non-profit group provides support for health and well-being of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender persons, their families and friends. Online information, events, programs, scholarships, and advocacy opportunities.
The Gay, Lesbian & Straight Education Network (GLSEN)
Ensures school students are treated with respect without regard to sexual orientation or gender identity and/or expression. Strives to create school settings that value differences for a powerful and diverse community.
It Gets Better Project
The It Gets Better Project inspires people across the globe to share their stories and remind the next generation of LGBTQ+ youth that hope is out there, and it will get better.
Stomp Out Bullying: Making Schools Safe for LGBTQ Community
Schools should be a young person’s primary center for learning, growing, and building a foundation for success in the world. High school can be challenging for any student, but LGBTQ youth face additional obstacles of harassment, abuse, and violence.