23-31 Waring Street, Belfast
(028) 9089 0202

Supporting LGBTQ Youth in Northern Ireland

COMMUNITY SERVICES

Cara Friend has a number of resources for services available. We offer sign posting to organisations and resources to fit a variety of needs. If you do not see what you need on our list please call out help line!

Outburst Arts

Info: Outburst organises the annual Outburst Queer Arts Festival as well as periodic events through the year. Limited volunteering opportunities are available.

Web: www.outbursts.com

Email: info@outburstarts.com  hello@outburstarts.com

Quire

Info: Belfast based LGBT choir and associated social group. Quire welcome new members at auditions every spring and autumn. Small membership fee applies with concessionary rate.

Web: www.quire.org.uk

Email: info@quire.org.uk

Counselling

 

The Rainbow Project

Info: The Rainbow Project provides professional, confidential, counselling services to men who are attracted to men. All of our counsellors are BACP/IACP* registered, and identify as gay/bisexual themselves. Rainbow provides: – One-to-one counselling for gay/bisexual men, men who are attracted to men, or those unsure of their sexual orientation. – Counselling for young people ages 14 years and over. – Short-term therapeutic support for the families of gay, bisexual young people. – Couples counselling – Groupwork, personal development programmes and workshops for gay/bi men. Open Monday- Friday 10am-5.30pm.

Location: Belfast Centre, The Rainbow Project

Belfast LGB&T Centre 1st Floor 23-31 Waring Street Belfast BT1 2DX

Foyle Centre

The Rainbow Project Orlan House 20 Strand Road L’Derry BT48 7AB

Tele: 90319030

Email:counselling@rainbow-project.org Web: http://www.rainbow-project.org/

 

Counseling Services & Helplines

 

Aware Defeat Depression

Pose: Philip House 23/137 York Street Belfast BT15 1AB 56 Strand Road Derry BT48 7AJ Info: Aware Defeat Depression offers a range of services including a Helpline, information services and local support groups. Tele: 08451202961

 

BeLonG To

Info: An LGB&T social/support group for 14-23 year olds that provides direct youth work services to LGB&T young people in Dublin and support services to LGB&T youth groups across the country. Office hours are Monday – Friday 9.30am to 1pm and then again from 2pm to 5pm. Appointments with youth workers can be made by calling the office, the Youth Work team are unavailable on Fridays. Regional Groups are available and can be found on the website.   Address: Parliament House, 13 Parliament Street, Dublin 2, Ireland Tele: 00353016706223 Web: www.belongto.org

 

Family Mediation NI

Info: Family Mediation offers mediation sessions for parents as an alternative to conflict during divorce or separation. The service is available at venues across Northern Ireland and may be free in some cases, check for details. Post:    Family Mediation NI 7 University Street Belfast BT7 1FY TEL: 90243265   Tel: 028 9024 3265 Director: Joan Davis – Email: joan@familymediationni.org.uk Co-ordinator: Diane Hammond Email: enquiry@familymediation.org.ukWeb: http://www.familymediationni.org.uk

 

Gay Switchboard Dublin

Info: Confidential telephone support and information service for the gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender community, their parents, families and friends, and to anyone who has concerns relating to sexuality. Available from Monday to Friday, 6.30pm to 9.00pm, Saturday 2.00pm-6.00pm and Sundays and Bank Holidays from 4.00pm to 6.00pm. Weekly Drop-In service Saturdays 2pm – 4pm at: Outhouse 105 Capel Street Dublin 1

See website for up to date information

Tele: 01(003531)8721055 Email: info@gayswitchboard.ie Web: www.gayswitchboarddublin.ie

 

London Lesbian and Gay Switchboard

Info: LLGS Provides information, support and referral service for lesbians, gay men, bisexual, trans people and anyone who needs to consider issues around their sexuality. All volunteers identify as lesbian, gay or bisexual. Tel: 0300 330 0630 DAILY 10am – 11PM Office: 02078376768 Web: www.llgs.org.uk Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/llgsuk

EDUCATION:

 

LGBTQ+ Inclusive Schools Programme

Info: The LGBTQ+ Inclusive Schools Programmes is a free training programme that covers all aspects of school which are important to improve the experiences of LGBTQ+ students in Northern Ireland. It involves awareness training for teachers and school staff providing models of good practice and ensure they have the capacity to provide inclusive and responsive care to LGBTQ+ young people.

Contact: Declan Meehan

Contact number: 02890890202

 

University/College LGBT Groups

 

Belfast Met/ BMC LGBT

Info: Support, information and social events for LGB&T Students at Belfast Met

Call in: BMC, Student’s Union Office, 1st Floor, Titanic Quarter campus

Contact: Head of SU: Paul Docherty

Tele: 90265059

Web: Currently using the Belfast Met SU Facebook page.

 

Queen’s university Belfast Students Union LGBT Society

Info:  society in queens university students union supporting and empowering LGB&T students and the wider community and organising ongoing meetings and social events.

Web: www.facebook.com and search for QUB LGB&T Society

 

UUC LGBT, University of Ulster – Coleraine

Info: Society at the UU Coleraine campus offering support and organising social events for LGB&T Students

Web: www.facebook.com and search for UUC LGBT

Email: uuclgbt@gmail.com

 

LGBT Magee University of Ulster – Magee Derry

Info:    LGB&T Society on Magee provides a forum for LGB&T on campus and encourages participation by students in order to reduce potential isolation of LGB&T members.

Contact: Jodie – societies@uusu.org

University/College LGB&T Groups

 

Belfast Met / BMC LGB&T

Info: Support, information and social events for LGB&T students at Belfast Met.

Call in: BMC, Student’s Union Office 1st Floor, Titanic Quarter Campus

Tele: 028 9026 5059

Email: BAR1006432@student.belfastmet.ac.uk

 

Queen’s University Belfast Students Union LGB&T Society

Info: Society in Queen’s Students Union Support and empowering LGB&T students and the wider community and organising ongoing meetings and social events.

On Facebook search for QUB LGB&T Society

 

UUC LGB&T, University of Ulster – Coleraine

Info: Society at the UU Coleraine Campus offering support and organising social events for LGB&T students.

On Facebook search for UUC LGB&T

 

LGBT Magee, University of Ulster – Magee, Derry

Info: Society at the UU Magee Campus offering support and organising social events for LGB&T students.

On Facebook search for LGB&T Magee

 

UUB University of Ulster – Belfast (Art College) BMC LGB&T

Info: Society at the UU Belfast campus offering support and organising social events for LGB&T students

Email: lgbt.uub@live.com

On Facebook search for UUB LGB&T

EMPLOYMENT

 

LGB&T GOVERNMENT & PUBLIC AGENCY ORGANISATIONS

 

UNISON LGB&T Group

Info: Support and information for LGB&T members of UNISON Trade Union

Post: UNISON

Sir James Galway House

165 York Street

Belfast

BT15 1AL

Contact: Fidelma Carolan

Tele: 08000857857 (voice)/ 02890756849 (text)

Email: f.carolan@unison.co.uk

Web: www.unison.org.uk/out/

 

UNITE

Info: “Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Trans workers – Unite working for your rights”

Contact: Taryn Trainor

Contact number: 02830232381

Email: taryn.trainor@unitetheunion.org

Email: lgbt@unitetheunion.org

Web: www.unitetheunion.org

 

Gay Police Association (GPA)

Info: The GPA offers advice and support to LGB&T PSNI staff.

Web: www.gay.police.uk

 

NASUWT

The NASUWT Centre is open Mondays to Fridays from 8.30am to 5.30pm. Members requiring professional support out of hours should contact their Local Association Secretary or National Executive Member.

Post:    Teacher’s Union

Ben Madigan House

Edgewater Office Park

Edgewater Road

Contact: Lynn Moore

TEL: 02890784480

EMAIL: rc-nireland@mail.nasuwt.org.uk

Website: www.nasuwt.org.uk

 

Labour Relations Agency

Contact number: 02890321442

(Use equality commission)

Family Ties

Family Ties is a project of Cara-Friend and The Rainbow Project. The Family Ties Project aims to provide practical advice, guidance and support to parents who are perhaps coming to terms with a child who has revealed themselves to be LGB, or for parents who perhaps suspect themselves that their child is LGB and do not know what to do.

Family Ties has produced a booklet called ‘Family Ties- A Guide for Parents who have Lesbian, Gay or Bisexual Children’

Tel: 0289031 9030

Email: lee.cullen@cara-friend.org.uk

Contacts: Lee Cullen & Michael Gray Sloan

 

Family Planning Clinics

Information, advice and support on sexual health, sex and relationships. To find your nearest center Go to the Family Planning Association website.

 

GUM Clinics

Genito Urinary Medicine (GUM) for information or advice on sexually transmitted infections (STI’s) ot yo discuss any issue on sexual health, you should contact your nearest GUM clinic. They also provide check-ups and treatments.

Royal Victoria Hospital Tele: 0289063 405 : Belfast

Atnagelvin Hospital Tele:     02871611269 : Derry

Causeway Hospital Tele:  0287034 6028 : Coleraine

Daisy Hill Hospital Tele: 0283083 5050 : Newry

Downe Hospital Tele: 0282861 3311 : Downpatrick

 

Family Mediation NI

Family Mediation offers mediation sessions for parents as an alternative to conflict during divorce or separation. The service is available at venues across Northern Ireland and may be free in some cases, check for details.

Family Mediation NO

7 University Street

Belfast

BT7 1FY

Tele:028 9024 3265

Email: enquiry@familymediationni.org.uk

 

Origin

Origin Fertility Care was founded in 2002 and is located in East Belfast in quiet and serene surroundings. We actively welcome individuals, heterosexual and same sex couples from the Republic of Ireland, UK and further afield.

Tele: 028 9076 1713

Email: info@originfertilitycare.com

Website: www.originfertilitycare.com

Facebook: facebook.com/OriginFertility

Twitter: @OriginFertility

Post: Origin Fertility Care

380 Belmont Road

Belfast

BT4 2NF

 

Registered Child Care

To find registered Childcare in your local area visit: familysupportni.gov.uk

info@familysupportni.gov.uk

Tele: 0845 600 6483

 

Legal Services

McLernon Moynagh Solicitors

A gay friendly law form that can help you deal with all your legal matters.

We specialise in:

-Civil Partnership registration & dissolution

-Family & Matrimonial Matters

-House Sales & Purchases

-Wills & Tax Planning

-Criminal Law & Personal Injury

-Litigation & Business Support

Free Initial Consultation: Contact us to make an appointment

(028) 9042 2038 (24 hour on call)

reception@mmsolicitors.net

 

HereNI

Offering the Lesbian Guide to Getting Pregnant, and information about civil partnerships, adoption, employment issues and training, support and research for Lesbian and Bisexual women.

Our mission is to promote the full inclusion of lesbian and bisexual women in Northern Ireland and the Border Counties.

Our vision is that all lesbian and bisexual women are visible, included and valued in all aspects of society.

Belfast LBGT Centre

3rd Floor

9-13 Waring Street

Belfast BT1 2DX

Tele: 028 9024 9452

Email: hello@hereni.org

 

SAIL -Support Acceptance Information and Learning

Offering family gender support for those seeking information and support around issues of Gender Dysphoria in Northern Ireland.

Mob: 075 1022 8411

Web: www.transgenderni.com

Email: sail@transgenderni.com

The Laurence Trust

Raising awareness of eating disorders in young men

Post: 15 Muskett Glen

Carryduff

Contact: Pam Nugent

Tele: 07989 161712

Email: thelaurencetrust@hotmail.co.uk or info@thelaurencetrust.co.uk

Web: www.thelaurencetrust.co.uk

 

Belfast Front Runners

A running and walking group in South Belfast for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people, their friends and supporters no matter what their athletic ability – support and encouragement offered to beginners. Runs are usually followed by a special for coffee etc. nearby.

The group run at 6:30 PM on Tuesday evenings and at 10:00 AM on Saturday mornings around the South Belfast area.

 

Beginner’s Mind Sangha LGBT Meditation Group

Post: Black Mountain Zen Centre

1st Floor, 64 Donegall Street

Cathedral Buildings,

Belfast, BT1 2GT

Info: A community of LGBTQ people who sit meditation together in a friendly and welcome environment. They welcome those of no experience and those with years of it alike.

Tele: 028 90244010

Email: steve@cara-friend.org.uk

Web: www.lgbtmeditationbelfast.org.uk

Contact: Steve Williamson

 

Faith and Pride

Info: Faith and Pride is an organisation with one simple point: you can be Christian and gay. It is run by a group of gay Christians, who have accumulated experience as Anglicans, Catholics, Christadelphians, Methodists, Non-Subscribing Presbyterians, and Presbyterians.

Web: www.faithandpride.org

 

Newry Rainbow Community Cycling Club

Info: Cycling Club for LGBT people and their friends. ‘A chance to make new friends & get some exercise’. Meet every Tuesday and Thursday evening at 7:00 PM at Newry Sports Centre, Patrick Street, Newry. Contact Newry Rainbow Community for more information.

 

Out & About Walking Club

Belfast LGBT Centre

23-31 Waring Street

Belfast BT1 2DX

Email:colinflinn@hotmail.co.uk

Web: www.Outnabout-NI.org.uk

Also search for Out & About (NI) on Facebook

 

Men of the North

Info: A group aimed at men over 25 that organises monthly social events/club nights as an alternative scene to the general gay scene.

Web: www.menofthenorth.com

 

The Gathering (Gay Men’s Spiritual Group)

Info: An organisation that cater for gay/bisexual men wishing to explore their spiritual side.

Web: www.gathering05.co.uk

Contact: Re. Mervyn Kingston

 

18+ Sexual Health

The work of the Rainbow Project’s Sexual Health Development Officer includes providing information on sexual health, rapid HIV testing, community outreach, advocacy producing formation resources around HIV and STI’s. Primarily they  work with gay and bisexual men, but will treat women or trans* who are risk e.g. sex workers, victims of sexual assault or sexual abuse, exposed to HIV, or have had sexual intercourse with men who have sex with men.

Tele: 028 903 19030

Email: info@rainbow-project.org

Web: www.rainbow-project.org

 

Mental Health

The Rainbow Project’s Mental Health Development Officer works to promote the health and well being of hay and bisexual men by providing services including information, support, resources and personal development workshops and programmes.

Tele: 028 903 19030

Email: info@rainbow-project.org

Web: www.rainbow-project.org

 

Counselling

(All Ages)

The Rainbow Project provides professional, confidential, counselling services to men who are attracted to men. All of our counsellors are BACP/IACP registered and indetify as gay/bisexual themselves. Rainbow provides:

-One-to-one counselling for gay/bisexual men, who are attracted to men, or those unsure of their sexual orientation.

-Counselling for young people ages 14 years and over.

-Short-term therapeutic support for families of gay/bisexual young people.

-Couples counselling

-Groupwork, personal development programmes and workshops for gay/bisexual men.

Tele: 028 903 19030

Email: info@rainbow-project.org

Web: www.rainbow-project.org

Northern Ireland Gay Rights Association (NIGRA)

Post: CQHQ, Belfast LGBT Centre

23-31 Waring Street

Belfast

BT1 2DX

 

Info: An organisation that addresses LGBT legal equality issues and addresses consultations on equality and LGBT issues.

Tele: 028 9066 5257 or 028 07913 224163

Email: nigra4@hotmail.com

 

Victim Support NI

Info:Free and confidential support service and information for victims of crime including victims of Hate Crime and Domestic Abuse as well as information on how to claim compensation for victims of violent crime.

Email: info@victimsupportni.org.uk

Tel: 028 9024 3313

Web: www.victimsupportni.co.uk

 

Report Homophobic and Transphobic Hate Crimes or Incidents!

For information on reporting hate crime directly to the Hate Crime Signal Officer for your area please visit the PSNI Hate Crime Link here: PSNI Hate and Signal Crime

Or dial the PSNI Non-emergency number 101 if you are not in danger or 999 for an emergency.

 

If you would like to speak through an LGBT Advocate for Hate Crime & Housing/Homelessness Support you can contact:

 

The Rainbow Project                                                                      The Rainbow Project (Foyle)

1st Floor, 9-13 Waring Street                                                         Orlan House

Belfast                                                                                            20 Strand Road

BT1 2DX                                                                                         L’Derry BT48 7AB

Tele: (028) 9031 9030                                                                    Tel: (028) 7128 3030

Fax: (028) 9031 3031

Email: advocacy@rainbow-project.org

Web: www.rainbow-project.org

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Gay Ethnic Group

Info: An informal support network for people from black and minority ethnic backgrounds in Northern Ireland who as  identify as being lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender. Meets in the Belfast LGBT Centre, Waring Street.

Email: gay.ethnic.group@gmail.com

 

Outburst Arts

Info: Outburst Organises the annual Outburst Queer Arts festival as well as periodic events through the year. Limited volunteering opportunities are available.

Web: www.outburstarts.com

Email: info@outburstarts.com

 

Light Writers

Info: Belfast based photography group.

Facebook group search for Light Writers

 

Quire

Info: Belfast based LGBT choir and associated social group. Quire welcome new members at auditions every spring and autumn. Small membership fee applies with concessionary rate.

Web: www.quire.org.uk

NIGHTLIFE

Monday

Union Street Bar – The Trudy Show

Maverick Bar -Lively Gay Venue

The John Hewitt – Open Mic Night

Swagger at El Divino- Forbidden Fruit

 

Tuesday

Union Street Bar- Grammie’s Fun Factory

Kremlin Nightclub -Klub 180 with DJ Kristian Nairn

Sunflower Bar – Open Mic Night 7 PM

Maverick Bar – Lively Gay Venue

 

Wednesday

Union Street Bar- Tina’s Stop the Clock

Kremlin Nightclub Slosh the Regal MC and friends

Sunflower Bar – Open Mic Night 7 PM

Maverick Bar – Lively Gay Venue

 

Thursday

Union Street Bar- Okie Dokie with Trudy Scumptious

Kremlin Nightclub – Deuce with DJ Jamesy

Maverick Bar – Lively Gay Venue

 

Friday

Union Street Bar- Cabaret with Glitzy Glamour

Kremlin Nightclub -Karnival Fun Nite with foam parties, fancy dress and live acts plus the usual dance and house classics in red square and pop in the long room.

Maverick Bar -Vagabond with DJ Marion Hawkes from 9pm.

Boombox – Special Nites such as Fuzzbox and Cameo

 

Saturday

Kremlin Nightclub – Revolution

Union Street Bar – Karaoke from 4pm with Tina Leggs and Time Tunnel from 9pm with Grannie Gary

Maverick Bar – Groovebound from 8PM

Boombox – DJ Boylan with Guests

Titanic Bar (Yard 401 Club) – Candy Crush Saturgays

 

Sunday

Union Street Bar – The Sunday Bingo Show

Kremlin Nightclub, Belfast – Free night Industry

Maverick Bar – Lively Gay Venue

Boombox – FUll Circle with DJ Millar

 

Special Nights

First Friday of every month – The Love Box – in BoomBox/Maverick Bar (ladies only)

Last Friday of each month – Men of the North @ Queens Cafe Bar – although venue changes – www.menofthenorth.com

Belfast Front Runners

Info: A running and walking group in South Belfast for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people, their friends and supporters no matter what their athletic ability – support and encouragement offered to beginners. Runs are usually followed by a social for coffee etc. nearby.

The group runs at 6:30pm on Tuesday evenings at 10:00 am on Saturday mornings around the South Belfast area.

Find them on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/belfast.runners?fref=nf

 

Beginner’s Mind Sangha LGBT Meditation Group

Post: Black Mountain Zen Centre

1st Floor, 64 Donegall Street

Cathedral Buildings,

Belfast, BT1 2GT

Info: A community of LGBTQ people who sit meditation together in a friendly and welcome environment. They welcome those of no experience and those with years of it alike.

Tele: 028 90244010

Email: steve@cara-friend.org.uk

Web: www.lgbtmeditationbelfast.org.uk

Contact: Steve Williamson

 

Faith and Pride

Info: Faith and Pride is an organisation with one simple point: you can be Christian and gay. It is run by a group of gay Christians, who have accumulated experience as Anglicans, Catholics, Christadelphians, Methodists, Non-Subscribing Presbyterians, and Presbyterians.

Web: www.faithandpride.org

 

Newry Rainbow Community Cycling Club

Info: Cycling Club for LGBT people and their friends. ‘A chance to make new friends & get some exercise’. Meet every Tuesday and Thursday evening at 7:00 PM at Newry Sports Centre, Patrick Street, Newry. Contact Newry Rainbow Community for more information.

 

Out & About Walking Club

Belfast LGBT Centre

23-31 Waring Street

Belfast BT1 2DX

Email:colinflinn@hotmail.co.uk

Web: www.Outnabout-NI.org.uk

Also search for Out & About (NI) on Facebook

 

HereNI

Here NI is a community organisation and registered charity based in Belfast. We’re here to support lesbian and bisexual women and our families and improve the lives of L& B women across Northern Ireland. We do this in lots of different ways; through providing information; developing support networks in rural areas and towns; facilitating training; lobbying government and agencies on your behalf; offering a community space for meeting and much more.

Whether you want to connect with other lesbian and bisexual women in your area, find out about your rights, learn new skills or get involved as a volunteer, just get in touch or drop into our office in Belfast city centre. You can also explore this website to find out more about the services we offer and you’ll find lots of useful resources to help with any question you might have.

We offer peer support groups in the following areas:

-Coleraine

-Craigavon

-Derry

-Enniskillen

Belfast based groups:

-Family Group (for same sex parents and their kids)

-Basketball team (All welcome regardless of age or experience)

-Carer’s Group (for women who have caring responsibilities.

-Older lesbians group

-Drop In (All Welcome)

-Film Night (All Welcome)

Other Services

-One-to-One support (for those that are isolated)

HereNI

23-31 Waring Street,

Belfast, BT1 2DX

You can call us on: 028 9024 9452

or email us at hello@hereni.org

The LADZ Project/id Girls

The Ladz project is a youth group for young gay and bisexual men in the North West of Northern Ireland.

id Girls is a social group for 12-25 year old lesbian and bisexual women.

Post:

12a Queen Street

Derry

BT48 7EG

 

Tele: 7128 3030

Email: manager@rainbow-project.org

Web: www.rainbow-project.org

Contact: Natalie Corbett

 

Cara-Friend LGB&T Youth

Cara-Friend LGB&T Youth offers programmes and safe social spaces to hang out with others just like you in the Belfast area. If you are 12-25, lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender or questioning, you will find friendship and someone to listen. Check out Cara-Friend LGB&T Youth on the Cara-Friend Web page!

Post: Cara-Friend LGB&T Youth

23-31 Waring Street

Belfast BT1 2DX

Tele: 02890890202

Web: http://www.cara-friend.org.uk

 

The Rainbow Project

The Rainbow Project provides professional, confidential, counselling services to men who are attracted to men. All of their counsellors are BACP/OACP registered, and identify as gay/sexual themselves. Rainbow provides:

-One-to One counselling for gay/bisexual men who are attracted to men, or those unsure of their sexual orientation.

-Counselling for young people aged 14 years and over.

-Short-term therapuetic support for families of gay/bi men.

-Couples Counselling

-Groupwork, personal development programmes and workshops for gay/bi men.

Tel: 0289031 9030

Email:counselling@rainbow-project.org

Web: www.rainbow-project.org

Belfast Butterfly Club

Info: The Belfast Butterfly Club is a support and social network for transgendered people and their families. By providing education and information, we seek to increase awareness, overcome discrimination and achieve equality.

PO Box 210

Belfast

BT1 1BG

Tele: 0289267 3720 (Wednesday 8-10 pm only)

Email: trans@belfastbutterflyclub.co.uk

 linda.marshall@belfastbutterflyclub.co.uk

Web: www.belfastbutterflyclub.co.uk

 

Gender Essence

Info: Counselling organisation for transgender and transsexual communities offering emotional and therapeutic support.

‘Gender Essence Support Service’

Antrim Confidential Counselling

Farranshane House

1 Ballygore Road Stiles Way

Anrtim

BT41 2RN

Tele: 07548 080 806

Email: info@genderessence.co.uk

Web: www.generessence.co.uk

 

Oysters

Info: A support group for transgender people connected to the Gender Identity Clinic in Northern Ireland.

Email: oysters@youthnet.co.uk

 

S.A.I.L.

Info: “A support group for transgender people, carers,friends,young people and individuals who are living with gender identity.” Local meetings as well as help by phone, email and web.

Tele: 07510 228 411

Email: sail@transgenderni.com

Web: www.transgenderni.com

Faceboook SAIL NI

 

Trans Foyle Group

Info: A support group for young transgendered people based in Derry/Londonderry.

Contact the Rainbow Project Foyle for more information.

Tele: Rainbow Project Foyle 028 7128 3030

 

Transgender NI

Info: An information website intended to be support for those seeking information and support around issues of Gender Dysphoria. It has been designed and created by members from the following groups: Youthnet, Oysters, The Butterfly Club, SAIL Newry and Mourne.

Translate

Translate is a youth group for young people up to the age of 25 who wish to meet with other young people to explore gender and identity.

For more information about the group including where and when it meets email:   translate@transgenderni.com

UNISON LGBT Group

Info: Support and Information for LGBT members of UNISON Trade Union

Post: UNISON

Sir James Galway House

165 York Street

Belfast

BT15 1AL

Tele: 0845 355 0845 (voice) /0800 096 7968 (text)

Contact: Fidelma Carolan

Email: p.dooley@unison.co.uk

Web: www.unison.org.uk/out/

 

Unite

Infor: “Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Trans workers – Unite working for your rights”

Tele: 028 9023 2381

Email lgbt@unitetheunion.org

Email: angela.meehan@unitetheunion.org

Web: www.unitetheunion.org

 

Gay Police Association (GPA)

Info: The GPA offers advice and support to LGBT PSNI staff

Web: www.gay.police.uk

If you are distressed or require help and support out-of-hours, please contact Lifeline on 0808 808 8000. Lines open 24/7