LGBTQ+ Resources

This is by no means a complete list of the resources available. Please feel free to look and see what feels more relevant. We are focusing on the Baltimore-Washington Metro Region, however, we do include some national resources as well. If you feel something is missing or you know of more resources you think we should add, please take a moment to fill out the form on the righthand side of this page. We look forward to hearing from you!

Faith Resources

Intimate Partner Abuse Support Resources

HopeWorks of Howard County 24-Hour Sexual, Dating and Domestic Violence Helpline: 410-997-2272

Latinx/Latina/Latino Resources

Somos Familia supports Latino families with children who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender or queer (LGBTQ) and conducts education to create family and community acceptance. The group was started by two mothers to support other families with similar experiences.


Legal Support

LGBTQ Health Resources for Us and Our Providers

Parent/Caregiver/Family/Chosen Family Resources

School Support and GSAs

South Asian Community Resources

Suicide Prevention

Transgender Resources

Supporting Siblings of Transgender Children

Rev. Angela Wells

Reverend Wells is a queer clergyperson in Howard County who is happy to officiate weddings, do name change ceremonies or any other ritual to help honor someone’s journey to their true self.

Rev. Angela Wells (she/her)

PFLAG National Publications


LGBTQ+ older adults face challenges in accessing and using their Medicare benefits. Same sex couples who are married or are considering marriage, for example, need to understand how marriage can affect their rights to benefits and their access to programs that make Medicare affordable. Transgender older adults seeking gender affirming care also need to understand Medicare rules that are specific to those services. 


Justice in Aging has published two fact sheets that provide basic information and tips for LGBTQ+ individuals with Medicare and their advocates:

· Marriage, Medicare, and Medicaid: What Same Sex Couples Need to Know, available in English and Spanish, discusses rules about Medicare coverage for spouses and treatment of spousal income for programs that affect Medicare costs such as the Part D Low Income Subsidy, Medicare Savings Programs, and surcharges for high income filers.

· Medicare & Transgender Older Adults: What Transgender People Need to Know, also available in English and Spanish, discusses issues including gender identification, surgeries, transition related drugs, and sex-specific procedures.

The fact sheets were produced in collaboration with SAGE, the State Health Insurance Assistance Program (SHIP) and the Senior Medicare Patrol (SMP).

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