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Notes

Call 911 or contact your local law enforcement for medical emergencies or if there is a risk or a danger to yourself, a child or another person.
2-1-1 — Dial 211 most anywhere in the U.S. for referrals for food, shelter, rent, utilities, medical, dental, prescriptions, senior assistance, and disabilities.
The Equal Justice Foundation does not provide 911, law enforcement, legal, or emergency services.
Note: We do not list facilities, organizations, or groups whom we are aware discriminate against men or women on the basis of race, religion, origin, or gender.

If you know of a site or place where gay, lesbian, bisexual, or transgender women and men can seek help that isn't listed here we would very much like to here from you in order to add it to our list.

Your help will help other men and women.


 

Web sites

Abusive Men: Exploring New Directions

Crisis line: (303) 832-6363

Telephone: (303) 832-6363

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Boulder Safehouse

Telephone: (303) 449-8623

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CCAGO — Connecting the gay community.
Colorado Anti-Violence Program — Dedicated to ending violence within and against the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender communities, and to ensuring that the highest quality services are provided to victims and survivors of hate, domestic, sexual, and enforcement violence.

PO Box 181085

Denver, CO 80218

Crisis line: (303) 852-5094 (in Denver area) or (888) 557-4441 (toll free)

Phone: (303) 839-5204 administrative

Fax: (303) 839-5205

Email: coavp@hotmail.com

Colorado Coalition Against Domestic Violence: Lesbian Issues Committee

Telephone: (303) 831-9632

Community United Against Violence: Gay and lesbian domestic violence.

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Denver City Attorneys Office: Domestic Violence Unit

Telephone: (720) 913-8026

Domestic Violence Project — Help for those in bondage, domination, or S&M (BDSM) relationships who need to escape or require support.

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Equal Justice Foundation — The parent organization for this Web site.

Domestic violence

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GayDemographics.org — Demographics of homosexuals.
Gay Fathers Coalition

P.O. Box 50360

Washington, DC 20009-0360

Gay Fathers Unlimited

625 Post Street, Box 283

San Francisco, CA 94109

Gay Men's Domestic Violence Project

PMB 131

955 Massachusetts Avenue

Cambridge, MA 02139

Crisis: (800) 832 1901

Business: (617) 354 6056

Fax: (617) 354 6072

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Lesbian Domestic Violence — Support group in Reading, Pennsylvania.
Lesbian domestic violence — Australian brochure on the subject.
Lesbian Friends In Recovery — Addictions, grief, self harm, abuse, children, women.
Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Domestic Violence in 2000 (PDF file)
LGBT Drug Treatment Blog

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National Coalition of Anti-Violence Projects: Annual report on lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender domestic violence, released October 6, 1998.
National Leather Association Domestic Violence Project
New York Gay & Lesbian Anti-Violence Project

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Parkland Health & Hospital System — Violence Intervention and Prevention (VIP) Center provides an array of services to victims of intimate partner violence and assault. Conducting research on male victims of domestic violence and working in conjunction with the Gay/Lesbian Resource Center of Dallas and the Family Place Shelter.

5201 Harry Hines Boulevard

Dallas, Texas 75235

Telephone: (214)590-8000

VIP Center: (214) 590-2926 Monday through Friday 8 AM to 4 PM

Pikes Peak Gay & Lesbian Community

125 N. Parkside

Colorado Springs, CO 80909

Telephone: (719) 471-4429

Fax: (719) 578-5049

Project Safeguard

Telephone: (303) 863-7233

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S.A.F.E. — The SAFE group in Michigan has set up a national hotline for battered men and lesbian women to call.

Hotline: (616) 941-0825.

Requests for help can be written to jgibbs@torchlake.com.

Services For Battered Men — Maintained by Massachusetts Medical Society.
South Valley Sanctuary — Provides shelter and support for both men and women without regard to sexual orientation.

P.O. Box 1028

West Jordan, Utah 84084

Telephone: (801) 255-1095 24-hour crisis line

Facsimile: (801) 255-7319

Stop Prisoner Rape (SPR) — SPR seeks to end sexual violence committed against men, women, and youth in all forms of detention.

3325 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 340

Los Angeles, CA 90010

Phone: (213) 384-1400

Facsimile: (213) 384-1411

Email: info@spr.org

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The Center — Services for the gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender community in Colorado.

Legal and Advocacy Programs

Rainbow Alley — Services for LGBTQ youth

SAGE of the Rockies — Services and advocacy of GLBT elders

Transgender Programs

1301 East Colfax Avenue

Denver, CO 80218

Telephone: (303) 733-7743

Hours: Monday-Friday 10 AM to 8 PM

The Voice — Serving the GLBT communities of south, central, and western Ontario.

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