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Gay and Lesbian Community Center of Pittsburgh (GLCC)
412-422-0114 5808 Forward Avenue near Murray Avenue in Squirrel Hill.
firstname.lastname@example.orgGLCC provides GLBT individuals, their families and supporters with resources and opportunities to promote visibility, understanding and equality through education, social support, networking and advocacy.
Transpitt 412-422-1558 . 5808 Forward Ave. email@example.com
Social support group meets 2nd Sat. of each month Open Mondays 7-9 for walk-ins and phone calls
Gay, Lesbian Neighborhood Development Association (GLENDA)
412-422-1303 or info@GLENDA.org5808 Forward Ave. GLENDA fosters appreciation of gays, lesbians and all people by working together with diverse communities to make western Pennsylvania a better place to live.
Gay Lesbian Community Food Bank 412-683-2994. 4836 Ellsworth Avenue.Offering non-perishable food every 3rd Tues. of the month from 1-2 p.m. at the Friends Meeting House,
Gay, Lesbian Straight Education Network (GLSEN) firstname.lastname@example.org or www.glsenpgh.org
GLSEN is an education organization working to create safe schools for all GLBT students. For more information on Pittsburgh chapter,
Gertrude Stein Political Club of Greater Pittsburgh (GSPCGP)
412-734-1474 or email@example.com GSPC is a Pittsburgh-based organization that provides information about candidates’ positions on issues important to the gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender voter..
Lambda Foundation 412-521-5444 or P.O. Box 5169, Pgh., PA 15206.
The Lambda Foundation serves the LGBT community in the greater Pittsburgh area through grants and scholarships to organizations and individuals. Applications available by writing or calling.
Metro Family Practice, Inc. : 412-247-2310 901-B West Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15221 Located in Wilkinsburg, this is a sliding-scale clinic that has LGBT friendly doctors. Office is open from 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM Monday through Friday. www.metrofamilypractice.org
Parents and Friends of Lesbians and Gays (PFLAG) 412-833-4556 or PFLAGpgh@juno.com PFLAG provides opportunity for dialogue about sexual orientation and gender identity, and acts to create a society that is healthy and respectful of human diversity. Second Sunday of each month from 2-5 p.m. at Third Presbyterian Church, Corner of Fifth and South Negley Avenues in Shadyside.
Persad Center, Inc. 412-441-9786 5150 Penn Avenue.
Persad Center’s mission is to improve the well-being of the gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender and HIV+ communities. Persad provides a variety of counseling, support and advocacy services to fulfill this mission.
Pittsburgh_FtM GroupOnline message board for FtMs in Pittsburgh and the surrounding area. Meet in real time, share information and support. SOFFAs welcome.http://groups.yahoo.com/group/Pittsburgh_FtM/
Pittsburgh International Lesbian and Gay Film Festival (PILGFF)
(412) 422-6776 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Narcotics Anonymous (NA)Call 412-391-5247 to request a GLBTQ-friendly meeting.
Alcoholic Anonymous (AA)Call 412-422-0114 for GLBTQ meeting dates and times.
Operation Sapho: Lesbian and Queer Dance Party as of March 2008 this dance party happens the 3rd Saturday of the month at Remedy – a bar in Lawrencille
Friends of All Colors Together – Pittsburgh 412) 427-7053
Dreams of Hope 412-361-2065 P.O. Box 4912 Pittsburgh, PA 15206 email@example.com www.dreamsofhope.org Dreams of Hope is a non profit creative and performing arts youth group committed to developing leaders in the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, questioning and straight youth community and to education audiences.
Catholic queers. Dignity Pittsburgh Phone:412-362-4334 firstname.lastname@example.org www.dignitypgh.org Church of the Redeemer, 5700 Forbes Ave. Squirrel Hill Dignity Pittsburgh, PO Box 362, Pittsburgh, PA 15230
Bet Tikvah (GLBT friendly) 412-362-7025 http://www.bettikvah.org/
(“House of Hope”) was created to meet the needs of Jewish gays, lesbians and bi-sexuals in the Pittsburgh area. Bet Tikvah is not affiliated with any particular branch of Judaism. Services and events are open to and interfaith couples, heterosexual Jews and those wishing to explore Judaism.
Pittsburgh Queer Women’s Blogging Project: email@example.com