a Lesbian Archive/Library in Rhode Island
Currently, they focus primarily on archiving and sharing books, journals, and other materials from Lesbian and feminist independent presses, especially those from the early Women in Print movement (1965-2000). Wanderground supports learning from our past so Lesbians will continue to envision and create life-affirming and equitable communities.
LGBTQ+ Support Meetings
Local LGBTQ+ Support Meetings
Hope Recovery Center of Newport is hosting a monthly peer support group for LGBTQ+ people on second Mondays from 5-6pm at Hope Recovery, 50 Washington Square, Newport, RI.
For more information, call 401 619 1343
At Channing Memorial Church
Provides support, education, and advocacy for parents, families, friends and allies of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender people across Rhode Island, Southeastern Massachusetts and Eastern Connecticut.
If you are in need of additional information about Newport meeting you can reach Doreen at , or you can contact PFLAG Greater Providence at or call our Helpline at 401-307-1802 regarding our Providence meeting or for any other PFLAG information.
Old Lesbians Organizing for Change
They are the Rhode Island Chapter of the national organization, Old Lesbians Organizing for Change (OLOC). While they work for a future free of all oppressions, OLOC is specifically focused on the well-being of old lesbians (60+ years of age.)
LGBTQ Safe Zone Program
When you see a BCBSRI Safe Zone logo at a provider’s office, this identifies a healthcare practice that provides safe, affirming, and inclusive care to the LGBTQ community.
LGBTQ+ on Social Media
Newport Out Facebook Group
The Newport Out Facebook Group is the spot on social media where the LGTBQ+ can share resources, events, housing opps, ask questions, seek help, etc. Please join.
SAGE - RI
Services for LGBTQ+ Elders
The mission of SAGE /RI is to serve as a leader in identifying, addressing and bringing attention to issues related to aging among members of the LGBT community; to partner with constituents, allies and other stakeholders to create a culture in which older LGBT members of the community can enjoy a high quality of life; to support aging members of the community and advocate for their rights; to foster a greater understanding of LGBT aging; and to promote positive images of LGBT life in later years.
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