Helpful Resource Links
Mindline Trans+ is a confidential emotional, mental health support helpline for people who identify as Transgender, Agender, Gender Fluid and Non-binary
Galop support all LGBT+ people who've experienced hate crime, domestic abuse or sexual violence
Stonewall Housing works to ensure lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans people live in safer homes, free from fear, and where we can celebrate our identity and support each other to achieve our full potential
Opening Doors London
Opening Doors London is the UK's largest charity helping connect LGBTQ+ people over 50 with activities, events, support and information
Outline provides support to people with their sexuality and gender identity, including but not limited to the lesbian, gay, bi-sexual and trans community of surrey, primarily through a helpline, website and support groups
London Friend: Antidote
Worried about your drug or alcohol use? We can help, whether you (or someone you know) wants to quit, are thinking of cutting down, or if you would just like some support or advice about playing more safely.
Switchboard LGBT+ Helpline
We have provided support and information to millions of people since our phone started ringing in 1974. Throughout our history, we have been at the forefront of supporting our communities in facing the issues of the day
A site is for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender soldiers and LGBT people thinking of joining the Army. Activities of the Network include social events, meetings to discuss work issues, marching in various Prides, and interviews with the media.
NAZ is a BAME-led sexual health agency working to address sexual health inequalities in BAME communities. We have 29 years of experience providing culturally specific interventions to BAME communities disproportionately impacted by poor sexual, reproductive and HIV outcomes.
Tonic addresses the issues of loneliness and isolation of older LGBT+ people and the need for specific housing and support provision. Tonic focuses on creating vibrant and inclusive urban LGBT+ affirming retirement communities where people can share common experiences, find mutual support and enjoy their later life.
The Outside Project
The Outside Project are LGBTIQ+ colleagues, friends & activists who work in the Homeless sector & have lived experience of homelessness & the unique, complex issues our community face. The Outside Project launched the UK’s first LGBTIQ+ Crisis/Homeless Shelter & Community Centre
The Outside Project
Star Refuge is a domestic abuse refuge. The Outside Project have opened a domestic abuse refuge for London's LGBTIQ+ community in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. If you ever feel like you need to stay somewhere else for your own safety or wellbeing then you are right.
akt supports lgbtq+ young people aged 16-25 in the uk who are facing or experiencing homelessness or living in a hostile environment. They support young people into safe homes and employment, education or training, in a welcoming and open environment that celebrates lgbtq+ indentities
Housing advice queries.
If you believe you are threatened with homelessness, follow the link and complete the form with as much information as possible and you will be contacted by a Housing Advisor. The more information you provide about your situation, the better.
Shelter helps millions of people every year struggling with bad housing or homelessness through their advice, support, and legal services.
Shelter campaign to make sure that, one day, no one will have to turn to them for help.
Centre 70 supports adults who are facing social, mental, financial or other personal difficulties through a holistic programme of free and affordable services including: Advice, Counselling and Wellbeing, Training and Advocacy. They support the local community at our centre in West Norwood, as well as a range of outreach locations in Lambeth and across London
Healthwatch Lambeth are the independent champion for people who use health and social care services. We're here to make sure those running services put people at the heart of care. Our purpose is to understand the needs, experiences and concerns of people who use health and social care services, and to speak out on their behalf. We focus on ensuring that Lambeth people’s concerns about current services are addressed. We work to get services right for everyone in Lambeth.
Pride in Practice
Pride in Practice is a training, quality assurance and social prescribing programme to strengthen and develop Primary Care Services’ relationship with lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans (LGBT) patients within the local community. Pride in Practice enables practitioners to confidently and effectively meet the needs of LGBT patients through increased awareness and understanding of different healthcare needs. Click below for latest list of Lambeth GP surgeries achieving a Bronze, Silver or Gold accreditation.
Over the past year we have been working diligently to create this sparkling new website which uncovers what otherwise would be hidden from history. The story of the South London Gay Community Centre and the Brixton gay squatting community from the 1970s to the early 1980s reveals in fascinating detail through the use of written text, photographs, podcasts, videos and art works the story of a seemingly disparate group of gay men and their attempts to live together communally. This uncharted experiment in squatting the first ever gay community centre and living together broke down isolation and released an astonishing amount of creativity from the group over a period of roughly ten years including campaigning, theatre productions and encouraging many people to come out loud and proud as gay in a more supportive environment. All in the rebellious spirit of the 1970s.