Colorado and Regional Resources

A listing of Colorado and Regional resources for GLB and Trans related issues.  Click the Title to visit their website. 


Boulder Valley Safe Schools Coalition

The Boulder Valley Safe Schools Coalition is a volunteer group working to make Boulder Valley schools safe and welcoming for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex, and questioning students, parents, and staff.  Each school is a place where every family can belong, every educator can teach, and every child can learn.
 

The Center - Colorado's GLBT Community Center

The Colorado Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender community center. Hosts Pride-Fest amongst many other services. The Center now owns and operates Fort Collin's (Northern Colorado) GLBT center, formerly known as Lambda Community Cener. Please visit their website for more info.
1301 E Colfax
Denver, CO 80218
303-733-7743 (Phone)
303-282-9399 (Fax)

The Center’s Legal & Advocacy Program

The Center’s Legal & Advocacy Program, formerly known as The Center's Legal Initiatives Project (CLIP), is the legal outreach program of The GLBT Community Center.

The GLBT Community Center of Colorado
1301 E. Colfax Ave.
Denver, CO  80218
303-733-7743 (main phone)
303-282-9399 (fax)

The Center Northern Colorado

The Center now provides services for seniors, youth, the transgender community and other LGBT constituents in Northern Colorado.  As a part of the Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender Community Center of Colorado they offer programming, legal resources, and referrals to the Northern Colorado community including PrideFest Ft. Collins on May 18th, 2013.
100 N. Mason Street,
Fort Collins 80524
970-221-3247

Eclectic Support Group (Gender Variant)
2nd Tuesday & 4th Wednesday, 6:30pm-8pm
Support and social programming for the transgender community.

Eclectic SOFFA- 1st Fridays, 6pm-8pm
A NEW group of support, the SOFFA's (Significant Others Friends Family and Allies) Support group provides support and resources for all folks who love someone who is trans.


Colorado Anti-Violence Program

Since 1986 the Colorado Anti-Violence Program has been dedicated to eliminating violence within and against the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer (LGBTQ) communities in Colorado, and providing the highest quality services to survivors. CAVP provides direct services including crisis intervention, information, and referrals for LGBTQ victims of violence 24 hours a day.
P.O. Box 181085
Denver CO 80218
Phone (303)839-5204
Fax (303)839-5205
e-mail: info@coavp.org

24-hour hotline
(303)852-5094
1-888-557-4441



Colorado Aids Project

Community-based HIV and AIDS service and education, crisis intervention, information, and referrals for LGBT victims of violence 24 hours a day.

2490 W. 26th Avenue, Suite 300A
Denver, Colorado 80211
(303) 837-0166

Colorado Springs Pride Center

The Springs is home to some of the nation's oldest GLBT groups, including the United Court of the Pikes Peak Empire, Pikes Peak Gay & Lesbian Community Center, Pikes Peak Metropolitan Community Church, and many others. Today, there are more than 25 GLBT groups and organizations, including 5-6 GLBT bars & clubs, two major youth programs, a newly formed men's chorus, and more.
22 E Rio Grande St
Colorado Springs, CO 80903
719-471-4429

CryoGam Colorado, LLC

CryoGam Colorado, LLC began in 1988 as an in-house sperm bank in conjunction with the Gynecology Department of the Greeley Medical Clinic in Greeley, CO.  CryoGam was incorporated in 1990 and in 1993 CryoGam successfully met the requirements for accreditation by the American Association of Tissue Banks.
2216 Hoffman Drive, Unit B
Loveland, CO 80538
Toll Free: 800-473-9601
Phone: 970-667-9901
Fax: 970-461-7800

The Gathering Place

As Denver’s only daytime drop-in center for women, their children, and transgender individuals experiencing homelessness and poverty "The Gathering Place" provides a variety of programs and services for those who enter their doors.
1535 High Street
Denver, CO 80218
303-321-4198

Look Both Ways

The concept of Look Both Ways was created by Dr. Betsy Cairo, a reproductive biologist and educator in Loveland, CO.  She had just attended an abstinence-only training course and couldn’t get this comparison out of her mind…... “Abstinence-only programs are like telling your kids to only look one way when they cross the street.  By focusing all of our attention in one direction, kids are blind-sided by the traffic coming from the opposite way the very moment they decide to step into the street.”

This thought fueled Cairo to start an organization that teaches students to ‘look both ways’ at abstinence and at sexual activity.  By focusing on science-based information about our bodies and the risks and responsibilities that come with being sexually active, Look Both Ways empowers students of every culture, religion, sexual orientation, and gender to make educated choices about their reproductive health.

Mile High Transgender Meet-up Group

The Mile High Transgender Meet-up Group is primarily for those who identify as being transgender. You are welcome whether you identify as Crossdresser, FTM or MTF Transsexual. This is a social group designed to assist each member to meet others with similar needs and interests. The group is moderated to ensure safety.

One Colorado

One Colorado is a statewide advocacy organization dedicated to securing and protecting equality and opportunity for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) Coloradans and their families. They work toward this goal by effectively advocating for LGBT Coloradans and their families, lobbying the General Assembly, executive branch, and local governments on issues like safe schools, relationship recognition, and LGBT health and human services. Their vision is a fair and just Colorado.
1245 E. Colfax Ave.
Suite 204
Denver, CO 80218
303-396-6170

Out Boulder

Out Boulder serves Boulder County as a model of equality, respect, and well-being for LGBTQ people by fostering safe environments for self-expression, gathering, support, and dialogue; advocates for social justice; collaborates with others who share this vision; celebrates the contributions of the many facets of our community; and educates the public about the experiences of LGBTQ people.
The Pridehouse
2132 14th Street
Boulder, CO 80302
303.499.5777

Trans and GenderQueer Support Groups

!st & 3rd Thursday of each month: 7:00pm - 9:00pm
Location: PrideHouse
Contact Name: Li Brookens
Phone Number: (720) 663-0163
Email: librookens11@gmail.com
Cost: FREE! Donations to Out Boulder for space maintenance are welcomed.

PAGE, Peak Area Gender Expressions

PAGE, Peak Area Gender Expressions is in Colorado Springs. They offer support groups for transgender people, friends, and family. This group is socially focused with opportunities to express yourself in public out-ings with experienced individuals of like mind. They also have resources concerning transgender issues including, health, legal, activism, and shopping in the Colorado Springs area. They meet 7pm the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays at various locations in the Springs, please email them for specifics.  They now have a SOFFA group which meets second Wednesday of the month at 7pm, Colorado Springs Pride center: 22 E Rio Grande Street Colorado Springs, CO 80903 (719) 471-4429. Please use email to sign up for their mailing list, they do change things up sometimes and the most up to date info is through their mailings. (click blue title). 

Planned Parenthood

The Denver Central health center offers specific services for transgender clients including hormone therapy.  If you decide to visit for transgender health services, please make an appointment. When you call to make your appointment, make sure you tell them you want transgender health services.  Before your visit, they need a letter from your current mental health provider who knows your personal history and they also need copies of your medical records.  Remember that all of their services are confidential (except in cases of abuse), and being open with the clinician will ensure that you receive the best care.
Denver Central - Planned Parenthood
921 E 14th Ave, Denver, CO 80218
phone: 303.832.5069   
fax: 303.832.1410

PFLAG Colorado

PFLAG Denver is one of nearly 500 chapters (9 in Colorado) or contacts in the U.S. that belong to the Parents, Families and Friends of Lesbians and Gays national organization headquartered in Washington, DC.  Please check the "find a chapter" link to see a list of chapters in Colorado

Project Visibility - Boulder

Project Visibility is an award-winning training for service providers that highlights the lives, needs, and concerns of local lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) elders in Boulder County. The training consists of a 20-minute video, power point presentation, and discussion.
Sundquist Building
3482 Broadway Street
Boulder, CO 80304
303-441-3570

Pueblo Trans Support Group

Trans Support Group: Meets every 1st and 3rd Saturday 6pm @ 3939 W. Pueblo Blvd. Pueblo, CO 81005; 719-543-6460.  Meeting located at St. Peter the Apostle Episcopal Church on the corner of Pueblo Blvd and Oneal Ave.
 
Moderated by Rev John Mark Hild Pastor, this is a safe and moderated open drop in support group for those who may be questioning their gender or feel that their gender or sexual identity falls somewhere outside of societies perceived parameters of gender. This is a safe space and forum for those who identify as Gender Queer, Gender Variant, Bi-gendered, Pan-gendered, Trans Butch, Trans Fem., Transgender, Transsexual, FTM, MTF, or identify with multiple genders or shun all labels.

Sage of the Rockies

Lots of activities serving LGBT over 50

SAGE (Services and Advocacy for GLBT Elders) - The services offered through SAGE of the Rockies include a variety of exciting, educational, and helpful ways to get involved as an older LGBT adult. Whether planning for the future (housing, finances, legal issues, health care), having a good time (social events, intergenerational opportunities, travel), or finding help when you need it (caregiver support groups, referrals to safe and quality community services, educational presentations), SAGE of the Rockies is here for you.
The GLBT Center
1301 E Colfax
Denver, CO 80218
303-733-7743 (Phone)
303-282-9399 (Fax)

Stout Street Clinic

Stout Street Clinic is the place to go for Transgender indigent health care.  They provide hormones, testing, and follow WPATH’s guidelines.  They also have other services, such as counseling, psych care, eye care, and other services.
2100 Broadway
Denver, CO 80205
(303) 293-2220

Tau Sigma Kappa (TSK)

The Colorado and Wyoming chapter of Tri-Ess, a national organization for the support of heterosexual cross-dressers. The TSK Chapter was formed in 2001. It's mission is to provide a welcoming social and educational environment for heterosexual cross-dressers (CDs) and their families. TSK provides a secure environment where personal privacy is guarded and enables CDs to explore their particular lifestyle with an accepting and understanding group of people. They also focus on helping spouses, significant others, children and other family members achieve an understanding of a family member's need to cross-dress.


TransAction

Providing support, outreach, help finding resources, groups and HIV prevention/care for the Denver metro transgender community.  Located in Aurora, CO off E. Colfax Ave.  TransAction's general support group meets every Wednesday from 3-5pm. Get a free HIV and STD testing every day from 10am until 3pm.
1477 Lima Street
Aurora, CO 80010
720-243-0934

TYES - Trans Youth Education and Support

TYES is a Colorado-based, state-wide group supporting all gender nonconforming children and their families. TYES is dedicated to helping parents support their gender nonconforming children, and to help families find the information, resources, and the understanding that they need.

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