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Cincinnati Black Pride is an organization that seeks, year round, to celebrate and amplify the voices of Black LGBTQ+ people in the Greater Cincinnati area through education and advocacy, social events and networking, and arts and culture.

Cincy Black Pride

Love Must Win was created with the intense desire to reach out into the community and help combat and defeat discrimination & bullying, while simultaneously helping those who are battling abuse and addictions. Our overarching goal is to spread love and acceptance to all.

Love Must Win

Established in 1882, Children’s Home of Northern Kentucky (CHNK) carries out its mission to be a community leader providing children and families with opportunity and hope for better lives by taking a family-centered, holistic approach to behavioral health and substance use treatment services for youth who have experienced mental health disorders, abuse, neglect, addiction, or other serious trauma. Operating out of three convenient locations in Northern Kentucky, our team of 100 healthcare professionals annually impacts over 2,800 individuals.

Children’s Home of NKY

SAVE THE DATE: Cincinnati Pride will be held on Saturday, June 22nd, 2019

 

The mission of Cincinnati Pride is to provide the Greater Cincinnati LGBTQ community and our allies a forum celebrating and  affirming our individuality and importance to the Greater Cincinnati area by giving expression to our community’s rich history and diversity and renewing our dedication to promoting acceptance of all individuals regardless of sexual orientation, gender identity or expression.

Cincinnati Pride

GLAST believes every addicted LGBTQ+ person has an opportunity to get clean and sober. By working in collaboration with community leaders, we can lend a helping hand to LGBTQ+ people who struggle with addiction.

 

LGBTQIA+ in Recovery Peer Support Groups:


2nd Tuesday Each Month, 7 PM
Camel Club
9020 Reading Road, Cincinnati, Ohio 45215

Wednesdays, 2:30 PM
The PIER
(10th & Monmouth) Newport, Kentucky 41071

Wednesdays, 7 PM
First Christian Church
14 West 5th Street, Covington, Kentucky 41011

GLAST

Founded in 2011, LOVEboldly empowers willing Christians and LGBTQ+ individuals to step towards loving one another more boldly. Our programs and services include small group Bible Studies for LGBTQ+ people and those who love them, training events for Christian leaders, outreach at Gay Pride, dialogue events, and personalized consulting/training for faith communities. We are a non-denominational faith-based organization that works with a variety of theological viewpoints on same-sex relationships (from traditional/conservative to progressive/liberal).

Love Boldy

Caracole’s mission is to positively change lives in the fight against HIV/AIDS through prevention, housing and care.

Caracole

The Court is a regional, Cincinnati-based 501(c)(3) incorporated, non-profit organization that seeks to support the financial needs of the Tri-State area’s gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, queer and questioning community and several other organizations through various fundraising events. To date, we have raised over $1.3 Million for our various charities. We are a member Court of the International Court System.

ISQCCBE

Trinity Episcopal Church in downtown Covington serves a diverse community. We are committed to the celebration and worship of Jesus Christ in a parish nurtured by education and fellowship.  As Christ’s servants, we strive to share God’s love, and our resources, in the greater community.

Trinity Episcopal Church

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Crossport is a not-for-profit* social support organization serving transgender individuals in the Greater Cincinnati and surrounding area, including partners, families, friends, and other allies.

Guided by the values of acceptance and compassion, we strive for mutual understanding and equal treatment.

We also serve as an educational resource for the transgender community and an outreach to the general public.

We are open to all transgender individuals and we also feel strongly about addressing the needs of the spouses, family members, and others who are close to the transgender community. Our goal is to support and empower one another and, as best we can, address the unique needs and challenges faced by transgender individuals. We do this by providing a safe meeting place for you to meet and talk with others like yourself who will accept you for who you are. We also provide information and education for our members, including an extensive library and a high quality monthly newsletter.

Additionally, our outreach programs aim to better educate the public, health organizations, and professionals who work with the transgender community, such as therapists and doctors. We also coordinate with other local organizations whose goals are to enlighten the public and to provide political and legal equality for all members of our society.

Crossport

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Our mission is to support a diverse community by providing educational services to students and their families within the LGBT community. We provide students with volunteering opportunities, mentoring & social services, corporate internship possibilities, and scholarships throughout their college experience to help them build a sustainable future and create stability in their lives.

Proud Scholars

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The Transgender Wellness Program (TWP) at Central Clinic Behavioral Health is an innovative, culturally responsive program designed to provide mental health and supportive services to the transgender community. The program utilizes a multidisciplinary approach modeled after internationally recognized treatment guidelines, developed by the World Professional Association for Transgender Health (WPATH). Program staff members are licensed behavioral health professionals in the fields of psychiatry, psychology, social work, or counseling.

Central Clinic

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Our mission is to lead our community in the social change needed to end domestic violence, rape, and sexual abuse. Women’s Crisis Center serves all individuals who have experienced domestic violence, rape, and sexual assault. The full array of Women’s Crisis Center services are offered at no cost and with the highest level of confidentiality to all survivors—inclusive of people of all genders, ethnicities, and sexual orientations. For a full and comprehensive list of our services, please click the icon on the left and you will find a digital copy of our brochure and more information about services and how to get involved with Women’s Crisis Center.

Women's Crisis Center

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