Resources for LGBT

LGBT Counselors, Therapists, Centers, and Resources

For those who have experienced life-long shame, depression, and anxiety, either through conversion or reparative therapy, or because of social and religious influence, there are experienced people who can help you walk through the healing process.

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Locate your local LGBT Center

Gay Christian Ministries

Grace Rivers

Grace Rivers is a ministry to the LGBT community who have been hurt or suffered in the mainstream church. John Smid, former executive director of ex-gay ministry Love in Action, founded and directs Grace Rivers to tackle the religious issues that have affected the gay community. John shares his story in his book, “Ex’d Out: How I Fired the Shame Committee.”

The Gay Christian

Brandon Wallace, a former Southern Baptist Youth Minister, and the author of the soon-to-be-released Straight-Face: A Memoir of Pain, Doubt, Freedom…and Love, shares his experiences as a gay Christian through his blog.

GayChurch.Org

Looking for a church? GayChurch.org keeps track of churches around the U.S. that are affirming and loving toward the LGBT community.

OneSafetyNet.Com

For LGBT students on Christian campuses, OneSafetyNet offers resources so you are not alone! For campuses that have onsite representations and how to get in touch with them, see the growing list of affiliated groups.

Conversion Therapy