LGBTQ is an accronym that stands for; Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender and Queer/Questioning. Support services are community and national based and provide all kinds of support for the LGBTQ community. All the agencies below can help support people who have been abused or assaulted but also with other LGBTQ individual or community needs.
Birmingham LGBT Centre supports a vibrant, diverse lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans community and provides a third party hate crime reporting centre for the LGBT community.
Telephone: 0121 643 0821
Domestic abuse support for LGBT victims (nationwide service).
Helpline: 0845 2 60 55 60
Birmingham LGBT Centre (walk-in clinic)
The sexual health project for lesbian, gay, bisexual, men who have sex with men and Transgender individuals in Birmingham. Address - 38/40 Holloway Circus, Birmingham, B1 1EQ.
Telephone: 0121 643 0821
The Beaumont Society
Help and support for the transgendered community.
Information line (24/7): 01582 412220
The Gender Trust
The Gender Trust is a listening ear, a caring support and an information centre for anyone with any question or problem concerning their gender identity, or whose loved one is struggling with gender identity issues.
Telephone: 01527 894 8387
Support, information, advocacy and counselling for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Trans people or those confused about their sexuality or gender and their significant others in and around Wolverhampton.
Telephone: 01902 425 092
X2Y LGBT Youth Group Wolverhampton
We are a youth group for young gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgendered people within Wolverhampton, the Black Country and surrounding areas.
Telephone: 01902 711818 (Terence Higgins Trust)
LGBT Counselling Wolverhampton
Free counselling for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Trans people (16+) or those confused about their sexuality or gender and their significant others in and around Wolverhampton.
Telephone: 01902 425092
Offers a range of information, advice and support for young people aged 13-19 years who may be lesbian, gay, bisexual or trans, as well as those who are questioning their sexuality.
Telephone: 0121 622 4570 for more information. Or email Claire.E.Hughes@birmingham.gov.uk
Information for trans people, their families and the professionals that care for them.
Telephone: 01372 801 554
Family and individual support for teenagers and children with gender identity issues.
TELEPHONE: 0844 334 0550 MOBILE ONLY: 0344 334 0550
Support, advice & information for anyone who knows or is related to a trans person in the UK.
Independent Domestic Violence Advisor Anna Robottom for Birmingham LGBT.
Anna is the IDVA for Birmingham LGBT and can support those affected by Domestic Violence within the LGBT community in Birmingham.
Telephone: 0121 643 0821 or email: email@example.com
Lesbian, Bisexual, Gay, Trans information and support.
Helpline: 02476 714199
Making life safe, just and fair for lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans people.
Telephone: 0207 704 2040
Switchboard – the LGBT+ helpline – a place for calm words when you need them most. We’re here to help you with whatever you want to talk about. Nothing is off limits, and we understand how anxious you might feel before you pick up the phone.
Helpline: 0300 330 0630 10am-11pm every day
Stonewall works to achieve equality and justice for lesbians, gay men and bisexual people. We do this in a number of different ways.
Info Line: 0800 050 20 20
Stop Hate UK
The Commission is also funding the UK’s only 24/7 nationwide LGB and T hate crime helpline, run by Stop Hate UK.
Helpline: 0808 801 0661
Healthy Gay Life Counselling
48% of LGBT people have reported having suicidal thoughts. LGBT people are more than twice as likely to attempt suicide. If you're lesbian, gay, bisexual or trans and are depressed or contemplating suicide, talk to someone. Available at 7 offices across the city with a choice of male or female counsellors.
West Midlands Police LGBT Network
Support for LGBT employees, development and improvement of relations between the police and LGBT communities across the West Midlands.
Telephone: 101 ext 7861 6704
At Stonewall, we want to put an end to bullying, abusive language and discrimination of all kinds. This 60 second film, narrated by Ian McKellen, shows why we need to do just that.
Shh! Silence Helps Homophobia
LGBT Youth Scotland is a national youth organisation working towards the inclusion of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender young people in the life of Scotland. We provide a range of services and opportunities for young people, families and professionals.
LGBT? We'll help you find the strength. Victim support helps anyone affected by crime.
Telephone: 0845 30 30 900
Birmingham LGBT Peer Mentoring Programme
Our Peer Mentoring programme offering LGBT community members the opportunity to be paired with Trained Volunteer Peer Mentors to share experiences to support participants to have a happy, healthy sex life and support them to have greater understanding of looking after their own well-being.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0121 643 0821 for more details