Support the LGBTQ+ Service Professionals that support our community.
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Medical, dental & Plastic surgery
Adam J Cohen, M.D.
Plastic Surgery & Medispa
2845 Sheridan Rd, Suite 903, Chicago, | 847-834-0390
Robert James Fink, M.D.
Orthopaedic Surgeon - Gold Coast Orthopaedic
7200 N. Western Avenue, Chicago | 312-654-8800
Tom Klarquist, M.D.
Internal Medicine - AMG Progressive Medical Group
3000 N. Halsted, #500, Chicago | 773-296-5090
Man Up Medical
We are Different - We are Local - We Understand
916 W. Belmont, Chicago | 773-305-3300
Dr. Donald Mason
Chiropractor - MK Chiropractic
711 W. North Avenue, Suite 201, Chicago | 312-291-8277
Internal Medicine & HIV Treatment
2835 N. Sheffield, Chicago | 773-296-2400
Michael M. Amil, PsyD
LifeSpan Behavioral Health
1500 N Halsted St, Chicago | 773-930-9553
GraphiC Design, Marketing, Social Media, Etc.
Blue Bot Advertising
109 Fairfield Way, Suite 106E, Bloomingdale, IL 60108
Bright. Bold. Fun.
Creative design agency specializing in graphic design, marketing, print services and more. Contact us today for a free consultation.
LGBTQ+ Support, Religious, Human Relations, etc.
AIDS Foundation Chicago
200 W Monroe Street, #1150, Chicago, IL | 312-922-2322
AFC mobilizes communities to create equity and justice for people living with and vulnerable to HIV or chronic conditions.
AIDS Hotline (Illinois)
800-AID-AIDS | 800-243-2438
Have questions about HIV or other STDs? Call the State of Illinois AIDS/HIV & STD Hotline at 1-800-AID-AIDS
Andersonville Chamber of Commerce
5217 N. Clark Street, Chicago, IL | 773-728-2995
Asians & Friends of Chicago
Asians & Friends Chicago, supporting the gay asian community since 1984, and proud 2010 inductee to the Chicago LGBT Hall of Fame.
Broadway Youth Center
4009 N. Broadway, Chicago, IL | 773-388-1600 ext 9
The mission of BYC is to make life healthier and happier for young people (12-24) who are transgender, queer, lesbian, bisexual, gay, and especially young people who do not have stable housing. BYC sees anyone, regardless of ability to pay.
Broadway Youth Center at Howard Brown Website
Center on Halsted
3653 N. Halsted, Chicago, IL | 773-472-6469
Center on Halsted is a lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender community center in Chicago, Illinois. It is the largest LGBT community center in the Midwest with more than 1,000 people walking through its doors every day.
Gay Liberation Network (Formerly Chicago Anti-Bashing Network)
A Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Trans Direct Action Organization
Chicago Commision on Human Relations
740 North Sedgwick, Suite 400, Chicago | 312-744-4111
The Commission on Human Relations (CCHR) is charged with enforcing the Chicago Human Rights Ordinance and the Chicago Fair Housing Ordinance. The Commission investigates complaints to determine whether discrimination may have occurred, and uses its enforcement powers to punish acts of discrimination.
Chicago Commision of Human Relations at City of Chicago Website
2229 S. Michigan Avenue, Chicago, IL | 773-248-5200
Chicago House has been supporting individuals and families impacted by HIV since 1985 with housing, health, and employment services.
Chicago Women's AIDS Project
1815 E. 71st Street, Chicago, IL | 773-341-1606
Our mission is to empower cisgender and transgender women to take control of their own health and to live as fully and as productively as possible. CWAP provides prevention and treatment education, advocacy, therapy, and support for women at risk or living with HIV in the Chicago area.
City of Chicago Domestic Violence Hotline
877-863-6338 | 1-877-863-6339 (TTY)
Illinois Domestic Violence Hotline is a domestic violence service near Chicago, IL providing help for people dealing with domestic abuse.
Domestic Violence Hotline at the EDHS Website
Domestic Violence Moving Guide - My Move
There are several barriers for domestic violence victims attempting to move into a new home, including financial dependence, impact on children, lack of resources, and immigration status. For DV Awareness Month (October), our team interviewed multiple experts in the field to create a moving guide resource for those who may be struggling with these silent battles alone.
Moving Guide for Domestic Violence Survivors
Our moving guide is entirely free and includes the following:
• Overcoming barriers to moving
• Resources to help when planning a move
• Support services for housing, immigration, and financial independence
3023 N. Clark, Chicago, IL | 312-458-9438
To reach out to those Catholics and other Christians who seek inclusiveness in their church, who seek to live the Gospel regardless of sexual orientation.
Dignity/Chicago Facebook Page
212 E. Ohio Street, Chicago | 773-935-4663
EdgeAlliance was established to revolutionize nonprofit management by providing the highest quality of administrative, operational, and financial support to its alliance members whose collective mission is to decrease homelessness and to support people living with HIV/AIDS, the disabled, and veterans.
Or Chadash of Temple Sholom of Chicago
3480 N. Lake Shore Drive, Chicago, IL | 773-271-2148
Serves the GLBT Jewish community and those interested in it. Weekly services and regular social and educational activities.
The United States first and largest organization uniting famies and allies with people who are Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender. or Queer. https://pflagillinois.org/
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