Transgender support and social group
Young Pride in Herts
Young Pride in Herts is a LGBTQIA Youth group for young people
between 13 - 25. We have groups in East Herts/Broxbourne and
Harpenden and we are looking to create a group in Watford. We
meet on the first Tuesday of every month offering a varied
programme of events, including film nights, guest speakers and much
more. We provide support, share experiences with others in a
safe and friendly environment.
Q:alliance is a registered charity that provides support,
information and representation for LGBTQ people who live, work
and play in Milton Keynes. Our services include: Youth Group,
General Assembly, Counselling Service & HIV Support
Our weekly youth club meets at the Spot Youth Cafe in
The Point, Central Milton Keynes on Wednesdays from 7.30 - 9.30pm.
HQMK offers a wide range of activities and services for young
lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans people, and for young people just
questioning their sexuality or gender identity aged 13 - 25,
- One-to-one support
- Monthly 'outings' to local entertainment and cultural
- Special events such as barbecues, visits to other LBGT youth
groups, and trips to Pride parades.
- Partnership working on projects with mainstream youth
Broken Rainbow - providing the National Helpline for lesbian,
gay, bisexual and trans people experiencing domestic
violence. Helpline number: 0300 999 5428 (LGBT)
(LGBT = 5428 on telephone keypad)
These are the opening times:
Monday and Thursday 10am to 8pm
Tuesday and Wednesday 10am to 5pm (1pm to 5pm Tuesday is a Trans
For general helpline advice: firstname.lastname@example.org
Office telephone number: 08452 60 55 60
SWITCHBOARD - LGBT
Switchboard LGBT provides a range of services for the lesbian,
gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) community. Our services
include a helpline, online chat through instant messaging, email
support, information on sexual health and the Turing Network
database, a public access search facility that enables anyone to
look for support or services catering for the LGBT
The helpline number is 0300 330 0630
(Calls to this number will cost you the same as calls to 01
and 02 numbers and are included in any call allowances you may have
either on a mobile or landline)
We are open between 10am and 10pm every day of the week, 365
days a year.
You can email LLGS any time of the day or night at email@example.com.
Please only use this email for support.
The Gender Trust
The Gender Trust is a listening ear, a caring support and an
information centre for anyone with any question or problem
concerning their gender identity, or whose loved one is struggling
with gender identity issues.
- people who might be Transgender, Transsexual, Gender Queer,
people who do not identify with the gender they were assigned at
birth or those who are simply unsure.
- we also provide support and information for significant others,
friends, families and allies
Terence Higgins Trust
We are the largest voluntary sector provider of HIV and sexual
health services in the UK, running services out of local centres
across Great Britain. Online support and phone helpline: 0808
Gender Identity Clinic / Charing Cross GIC
the Gender identity Clinic (GIC) in Hammersmith (sometimes known
as the Charing Cross GIC) is the largest and oldest gender identity
clinic in the world and has been in operation since the 1960s.
Tel: 020 8482 2801
Mermaids is a support group for gender variant children and
teenagers, and their families. Our goal is to relieve the
mental and emotional stress of all persons aged 19 years and under
who are in any manner affected by gender identity issues, and their
families, and to advance public education in the same.
Information line: 0208 1234 819 Monday to Saturday 3pm to 7pm
GIRES combines the expertise of a largely voluntary team of
trans and non trans people, which provides a wide range of support
for trans people and those who care for them.
Fax: 01372 272297
The Beaumont Society
The Beaumont Society is a national self help body run by and for
those who cross-dress or are trans-sexual. We welcome all
transgender people and their partners, regardless of gender, sexual
orientation, race, creed or colour, and all varieties from nervous
new transgender people to those who are experienced and confident
in their second gender.
The Beaumont Society operates a national 24/7 information
line. This information line contains the telephone numbers of
all the society's regional organisers, who are available to speak
to for advice, details of where to go for a good night out - even a
friendly ear to listen.
Information line: 01582 412220
Albert Kennedy Trust
AKT supports young LGBT 16-25 year olds who are made homeless or
are living in a hostile environment. We aim to meet the
individual needs of each young person and ensure we get them back
on track in life.
Both our London and Manchester offices are staffed 10am - 4.30pm
Monday to Friday.
London: 0207 831 6562
Manchester: 0161 228 3308
We work to combat social isolation amongst our membership, and
to campaign on issues specifically affecting disabled LGBT
Post: BM REGARD, London, WC1N
3XX Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The UK Lesbian & Gay Immigration Group (UKLGIG) is a charity
that promotes equality and dignity for lesbian, gay, bisexual and
transgender(LGBT) people who seek asylum in the UK, or who wish to
emigrate here to be with their same-sex partner. Supporting
LGBT asylum seekers; providing support & information via our
helpline and in person; referring to solicitors; organising a
monthly support meeting; visiting detention centres and running
other social support projects.