All you have to do is provide proof of identity and residence in the five boroughs of New York City. SRLP provides free legal services for low income people and people of color who are trans, intersex or gender non-conforming.This is the one card that is truly your key to the city, increasing access to City government and services with a range of discounts and benefits to enjoy your city and prove you are a New Yorker. This collective organization also works on issues related to housing, employment, foster care, welfare, benefits, immigration, school and the criminal justice system.We offer a range of rooms, and with the support of our Event Production & Reservations team you'll be sure to find the space to meet your event needs.
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As one of the most diverse cities in the world, NYC offers a tremendous range of resources for our LGBT community and members of the community visiting from both near and far.
US: 877.565.8860, Canada: 877.330.6366 Trans Lifeline is a non-profit dedicated to the wellbeing of transgender people.
We run a hotline staffed by transgender people for transgender people.
Suite 2001New York, NY 10001 Councilman Ydanis Rodriguez's Office618 W 177 St, Ground Level New York, NY 10033 Assemblywoman Carmen De La Rosa's Office210 Sherman Ave, Suites A & CNew York, NY 10034 Senator Alcantara's Office5030 Broadway, Suite 701 & 702New York, NY 10034 The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Community Center208 W 13 St New York, NY 10011 IDNYC is a free ID card available to all New York City residents age 14 and older. Individual, group, couples and family therapy addressing issues relevant to the GLBTQ community such as identity formation, coming out, HIV/AIDS and the impact of homophobia, as well as general mental health problems; Psychiatry and medication management available.
Your immigration status does not matter, and no one will ask you about it. Nicholas Ave New York, NY 10032(at W 166th St and St. Support groups: transgender support group, AA, SAFE adult education groups; a library and computer center; referrals for services; Pro-Bono Name Change Project for TGNC people and Drop-In Legal Clinic for LGBT legal questions; HIV testing and counseling; group for LGBT parents and their children.Use the dropdown menu below to select a resources area of focus and to find out just how much this city has to offer.Many of these listings are LGBT-owned and operated, all are LGBT-friendly and some are not LGBT at all, but are conveniently located!Call 646.556.9300 or email [email protected] to set up an appointment. Trans Lifeline volunteers are ready to respond to whatever support needs members of our community might have.Voces Latinas3763C 83 St Jackson Heights, New York 11372 New York Common Pantry8 E 109 St New York, NY 10029 Latino Commission on AIDS 330 7th Ave. This is a FREE helpline run by volunteers and supported by the community.Trans Lifeline volunteers are ready to respond to whatever support needs members of our community might have.