Community Resources

Bethany Place

Bethany Place is the largest non-profit, community based ASO (AIDS Service Organization) in the Metro East area of St. Louis. Serving a twelve county area of Southern Illinois, Bethany Place is located across the Mississippi River from the Saint Louis Gateway Arch in Belleville, Illinois.

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Tags: get tested, health, HIV/AIDS, resources, st louis, support

Big Crank Cycling Club

Our mission is to promote cycling within the gay and lesbian community and to increase GLBT participation in mainstream cycling.

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Tags: get involved, get moving, lgbt, social, st louis, bicycle, cycling, sports, community

Bisexual Alliance of St. Louis

BiStLouis newsgroup was formed by the members of the Bisexual Alliance of St. Louis to provide a safe place where the bisexual community of the St. Louis metro area can exchange ideas and information. Anyone is welcome who considers themselves bisexual, pansexual, omnisexual, don’t-label-me, etc. as well as those who love us.

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Tags: bisexual, get involved, social, st louis, support, community, queer, connect

Bitch-to-Quit

Chicago’s only LGBT smoking cessation program will provide an 8-session smoking cessation program, support from a trained smoking cessation counselor and sliding scale program fees based on your income.

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Tags: smoking, health, tobacco, lgbt

The Black AIDS Institute

Founded in May of 1999, the Black AIDS Institute is the only national HIV/AIDS think tank focused exclusively on Black people. The Institute’s Mission is to stop the AIDS pandemic in Black communities by engaging and mobilizing Black institutions and individuals in efforts to confront HIV.

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Tags: peopleofcolor, HIV/AIDS, national, black, policy, politics, advocacy, institute

Blind LGBT Pride International

The purpose of Blind LGBT Pride is to provide for the betterment of the lives of those who are visually impaired and who are LGBT. We do this by providing a forum for the views and concerns of visually impaired persons interested in issues facing those who are LGBT, by providing information about publications of interest to members that are produced in accessible format and by encouraging the production of such material in accessible format, and by providing education on accessibility awareness.

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Tags: international, people with disabilities, disabled, disability, blind, blindness, visual, accessibility, support, resources, advocacy, community

Blue Max Cycle Club

Blue Max Cycle Club is a levi-leather club in St. Louis, Missouri. Frequent club nights and other events are sponsored by Blue Max  and additional events are sponsored cooperatively with Gateway MC and the Show Me Bears. Check our calendar of events and join us.

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Tags: get involved, get moving, levi, leather, lgbt, social, st louis, community

Ozarks Family Resource Cetner

Boys & Girls Town of Missouri’s Empowering Youth program was created to address the needs of homeless youth in Southwest Missouri. Our mission is to provide the support and guidance homeless youth need to transition to safe and stable homes. Empowering Youth focuses on the opportunity to create positive change in the midst of crisis. Our goal is to empower homeless youth through access to community resources, a safe environment and a supportive staff.

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Tags: homeless, resources, southwest missouri, springfield, support, youth, housing

Camp magazine

Camp is Kansas City’s voice for LGBT and allied communities. The monthly magazine brings you news, editorials, letters, and community resources.

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Tags: kansas city, lgbt, media, magazine, culture, resources, current events, news, arts

CDR

Our mission is to transform, educate, and connect communities of faith in Springfield, Missouri to inspire deep understanding and profound appreciation of our differences which calls each of us to our fullest relationship with one another in God’s love. We value the dignity of all people regardless of gender, race, sexual orientation, creed, age, ethnicity, or economic status. We celebrate the diversity of God’s creation, including a variety of cultural and ethnic expressions. We encourage our community to negotiate variant perspectives and values and to strive for open and respectful communication. We challenge systems and structures of ‘isms.’ We seek to live into the healing and reconciling dream of God for all humanity.

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Tags: faith, church, diversity, springfield, southest missouri, religion