Queer Health Resources
Local Queer Resources A - Z
The mission of The Aliveness Project is to encourage self-empowerment and provide direct services for persons living with HIV/AIDS. Services available for members include a meal program, food shelf program, complementary health care and case management.
All God's Children Metropolitan Community Church
Christian church with a primary outreach to the GLBT community.
Rev. Paul A.Tucker, Sr. Pastor
3100 Park Avenue
Minneapolis, MN 55407-1525
Designed for men seeking men (MSM), Among Men is a program that educates and supports men by creating an environment where men can develop a greater sense of confidence and belonging around their sexuality and sexual behaviors. Among Men is an outgrowth of the U of MN's Man2Man program (now retired).
ASAP Action Supporting All People
A social justice group.
Gustavus Adolphus College
800 W College Ave
St. Peter, MN 56082
StopSyphMN is a joint effort between the Minnesota Department of Health and the Red Door Services to address the alarming increase in Syphilis cases among gay men and other men who have sex with men. StopSyphMN provides education, counseling, testing, and treatment to assist with partner notification around Syphilis, HIV and other STI's.
Request an appointment: 612-543-5555
Men’s Sexual Compulsivity Treatment Group
We are an ongoing weekly treatment group for men who have sex with men who acknowledge a pattern of sexually compulsive behaviors and seek treatment to break the “acting out cycle.” The group format is a curriculum based behavioral approach incorporating peer feedback.
Sexual Health Institute, LLC
Weston M Edwards, PhD
3137 Hennepin Ave S #104
Minneapolis, MN 55408
Minnesota Freedom Band
Minnesota Transgender Health Coalition
The Minnesota Transgender Health Coalition is committed to improving health care access and the quality of health care received by trans and gender nonconforming people through education, resources, and advocacy.
North Country Bears
The North Country Bears is a social group for bears and bear-admirers;
events are open to anyone.
PO Box 580473
Minneapolis, MN 55458-0473
North Star Regional Rodeo Association
NSGRA is a charitable organization promoting Rodeo and the western lifestyle through dances, trail-rides, various fund raisers, and our annual Rodeo.
612-827-6336 or 612-82-RODEO
Our organization is a community-based, membership organization that serves the statewide GLBT and allied communities of Minnesota with a wide variety of programs and services.
310 38th Street East #204
Minneapolis, MN 55409-1337
612-822-0127 or 1-800-800-0350
Out in the Valley
A non-profit social and community service organization benefiting the gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender residents of the St. Croix River Valley of Minnesota/Wisconsin.
phone 612-822-0127 ext.502
or 800-800-0350 ext.502
Pride at Work
The University of Minnesota GLBTA Employee Network
Pride at Work provides a variety of social, educational, and informational activities for GLBTA people at the University of Minnesota.
GLBT Programs Office at 612-625-0537
Quatrefoil Library is a GLBT lending library with a large collection of books, videos, and DVDs that may be checked out by library members.
1619 Dayton Avenue
St. Paul, MN 55104-6206
Queer Student Cultural Center
University of Minnesota student groups within QSCC: Gender and Sexual Diversity (for bi and trans people), Queer Graduate and Professional Association, Queer Women, Friends and Allies, Delta Lambda Phi Fraternity, Queer Men, and Arch (a coming-out support group). The affiliate groups include: St. Paul GLBT Lunch Group, Lambda Legal Group, and Queer Medical Students. All member groups and affiliate groups utilize the center for group meetings, cultural programs, educational resources, and social events.
300 Washington Ave, room 205
Minneapolis, MN 55455
Red Door Services
Formerly the Red Door Clinic, Red Door Services are part of the Hennepin County Public Health Clinic, located on the 4th Floor of the Hennepin County Health Services Building. Staff at the clinic provide confidential, non-judgmental, and professional sexual health care, including STI testing, treatment and education, and Ryan White HIV medical care for the uninsured.
Health Services Building
525 Portland Ave
Rainbow Health initiative
The Rainbow Health Initiative is a non-profit corporation comprised of community activists, physicians, health advocates and citizens. The mission of Rainbow Health is improving the health and well-being of gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender people in Minnesota through education, clinical practice, research, advocacy.
621 West Lake Street
Minneapolis, MN 55408
Tongues Untied is a group deeply rooted in the experiences of people of coor who identify as GLBTQ and/or same-gender-loving. Based on the famous documentary, "Tongues Untied", by Marlon Riggs & Essex Hemphill, the group serves to connect students across the U of M community while providing outreach efforts to local schools and community organizations.
The Transgender Shot Clinic
By and for trans folks, The Transgender Shot Clinic helps trans folk with their hormone shots. We help you by administering your shots, teaching you to do the shots yourself and we can give you free needles and supplies. We offer a needle exchange, an informational support group and case management. We can hook you up with doctors and help you with different aspects of your transition.
3405 Chicago Avenue
Open Thursdays 10am - 2pm and Fridays 4 - 6pm
Trans Youth Support Network
The Trans Youth Support Network (TYSN) is a partnership of youth and community members working together to support trans youth in Minnesota. TYSN's mission is to promote racial, social, and economic justice for trans youth, with the freedom to self-define gender identity and expression.
3405 Chicago Avenue
Twin Cities Polyamory Discussion Group
Polyamory is when a person or a couple has an open relationship and is free to pursue multiple loving relationships with total honesty and the full agreement of each of those involved with them; TCPDG has several non-sexual social events each month, dues are $10 annually, and we are GLBT friendly.
PO Box 240615
Apple Valley, MN 55124-0615
612-822-0127 ext. 505
Greater Minnesota Queer Resources
Northland Gay Men's Center
The mission of the Northland Gay Men's center is to provide information, referral and support in an atmosphere of caring, openness and tolerance of diversity for all persons of our region regardless of sexual orientation or identity.
Temple Opera Block
8 North 2nd Avenue East, Suite 309
Duluth, MN 55802
The Rural AIDS Action Network (RAAN)
RAAN was established in 1992 to fill the gaps in service available to people living with HIV/AIDS (PLWH/A) by linking medical service providers, social service providers, and compassionate community members to PLWH/A and their families. RAAN envisions rural communities where persons living with or affected by HIV/AIDS live dignified lives and receive appropriate and compassionate medical care, and where citizens understand the realities of transmission and prevention. Has your life been touched by HIV/AIDS? You are not alone!
(all inquiries are confidential)
National Resources for Queers A - Z
Bisexual Resource Center
We envision a world where everyone's love is celebrated, regardless of gender(s). We believe in a world that acknowledges people as whole and indivisible and where they should not have to leave any part o f their heritage and identity at the door. Oppression on the basis of sexual identity is intertwined with all other oppressions.
This site is the internet contact point for the largest, longest-running educational organization serving FTM transgendered people and transsexual men.
Anique Vibrator Museum. Promoting Sexual Health and Pleasure Since 1977.
Dedicated to promoting and ensuring fair, accurate and inclusive representation of people and events in the media as a means of eliminating homophobia and discrimination based on gender identity and sexual orientation.
Great Smoke Out
National progressive organization working for the civil rights of gay,lesbian, bisexual and transgender people, with the vision and commitment to building a powerful political movement.
Parents, Families, and Friends of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Persons.
GLBT persons over 40 years of age.
The Sexuality Information and Education Council of the U.S. (SIECUS) is a national, nonprofit organization which affirms that sexuality is a natural and healthy part of living.
Our mission is to support and enhance the self-esteem of sexual minority youth and increase public awareness and understanding of their issues.
Teaching Gender Equality to Teens
TeachingDegree provides a wide list of resources for teachers and educators interested in developing a lesson plan on gender equalty for teens, and in creating an environment more free of gender bias.