Cheshire Medical Center provides mental and physical healthcare services for all members of the LGBTQIA+ community, including gender-affirming care and LGBTQIA+ sensitive obstetrics-gynecologic care. Patients can talk to their healthcare provider for details.
Recommended LGBTQIA+ resources
Justplainbeth is A blog developed by a Monadnock parent who “help[s] moms of teens and young adults who’ve just found out their child is transgender to find answers and support by offering them shared experiences and resources so that they can have hope that both they and their child will be okay.
ACLU Offering guidance for gender expansive and trans youth.
GLAD For assistance or information about LGBTQ+ legal rights and advocacy. 1-800-455-GLAD
GLAD ID Project Offers free legal representation to LGBTQ+ people seeking to update their name and gender on state and federal documents. Services specific to New England residents only.
Lambda Legal Advocating for public policy at the local, state, and federal levels to improve the lives of LGBTQ+ people. 1-212-809-8585
GLSEN (Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network) Provides educators and families support, training, advocacy tools, and research that can be used in creating a safe and affirming school environment, regardless of sexual orientation, gender identity, or gender expression.
Campus Pride A national nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization for student leaders and campus groups working to create a safer college environment for LGBT students.
Camp Aranu’tiq Summer camp, located in the New Hampshire Lakes region, is for gender non-conforming and transgender youth ages 7 through 18. Family sessions are available.
Vermont Outright A 6-day/5-night residential summer camp program for queer, trans, questioning, and allied youth ages 13 through 17 (and counselors in training, ages 18 and 19).
Camp TEYF New England summer camp for gender non-conforming and transgender youth ages 7 through 17 (or until the end of high school). Partial scholarships are available.