LGBTQ Tennessee Resources
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For the last 25 years, ACLU-TN has focused on a wide range of civil liberties issues that directly affect the LGBT community. These include the right to privacy, equal protection and treatment under the law, and the freedom of speech and assembly.
The mission of ALGBTIC-TN is to enhance the skills and knowledge of counselors through professional development to help LGBT clients in school and mental health settings and educate society about LGBT issues so that society can become more accepting and treat LGBT people as humans.
The mission of The Avalon Center is to provide comprehensive support to adult and child victims of domestic violence and sexual assault, promote community awareness and prevention through education, and to build and support a community culture that stands against violence.
Brothers United Network, Inc. is an empowerment center for African American Same Gender Loving/LGBT Men, Women, and their partners, family & friends that provides leadership skills, health referrals and services.
Our mission at CEASE, Inc. is to support victims of domestic violence and sexual assault enabling them to live violence free lives, while striving to create violence free communities through education and awareness.
Congregations Welcoming and Affirming Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Persons and Families.
We are group of local congregations, clergy, and laypeople invested in justice for LGBT people and families. We are meeting each other, gathering support, and planning for the future.
Equality Clarksville provides events and activities for the LGBT+ community and its Allies. Our organization has hosted large scale events including a vigil for those lost in the Pulse shooting, annual Coming Out Day Pride Picnic, and a joint Rainbow Graduation Celebration with APSU’s GSA.
Dedicated to Serving Our LGBT Community & Beyond
Privileged, proud, and humbled to establish this center in the foothills of the Smoky Mountains. We are thrilled and hopeful as we begin what will be a truly empowering and uplifting new chapter in life of Greater Knoxville’s Pride Community.
GivingMatters.com furthers The Community Foundation’s mission of “connecting generosity with need” by raising the level of local nonprofit transparency, making comprehensive information available to the public in a searchable database, and identifying emerging needs.
Knoxville Cares a non-profit organization, came out of a coalition formed to promote Leadership in the GLBT Community and to provide HIV Prevention.
Knoxville PrideFest is an open celebration of music, entertainment and speakers focused on promoting Equality and Inclusion of ALL people. Throughout the afternoon and evening, vendors will have the opportunity to display information about their organization and/or business, sell or handout items of interest and interact with our community to promote inclusion and equality for the GLBT citizens of Knoxville and surrounding areas!
We’re happy to share with you these resource pages for lesbian, gay, bisexual, & transgender students (LGBT+). The ‘+’ serves to include all other communities associated with the LGBT community.
The mission of Nashville Black Pride© (NBP) is: to bring together African American and other Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender (LGBT)/Same Gender Loving (SGL) People of Color in a social, non threatening empowering setting to uplift, educate and present positive images that help to maintain a healthy, productive and visionary community.
Our mission is to end the HIV/AIDS epidemic in Middle Tennessee. We work to achieve this through education, advocacy and support for those at risk for or living with HIV.
The Nashville Gay Parent group builds a community that nurtures and accepts all families equally. Through social activities, public awareness and resource matching, the group weaves the fabric of our families throughout Greater Nashville to strengthen all families.
The Nashville LGBT Chamber of Commerce is the premier advocate of the Greater Nashville Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender business community, representing over 150 businesses in Nashville and the surrounding area.
The Purpose of Nashville PRIDE is to maintain a sense of community and awareness of, about, and for gay lesbian bisexual transgender people and culture throughout Middle Tennessee.
Out & About Nashville, Inc. debuted in the fall of 2002 as a monthly newspaper designed to fill a growing need in the Nashville LGBT community.
Mission: OUTMemphis empowers, connects, educates, and advocates for the LGBT community of the Mid-South.
Vision: Lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender individuals live in a world where everyone has equal rights, and is safe, respected, and celebrated.
PFLAG promotes the health and wellbeing of gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender people and their families and friends through SUPPORT to cope with an adverse society,EDUCATION to enlighten an ill-informed public, and ADVOCACY to end discrimination and to secure equal civil rights.
Pride Community Center of the Tri-Cities is dedicated to providing a safe space to foster the physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual well-being of individuals in the LGBT communities of the Tri-Cities and surrounding areas.
The mission of TEP is to promote and sustain the equality of gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender persons in the State of Tennessee through the establishment of fair and equitable laws protecting these rights and the elimination of laws that would seek to counter this effort.
Our goal is to combine the wonderful resources of the LGBT [Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, or Transgender] people of our area and reach out to the community with dignity and respect.
The Tennessee Vals helps educate and support those dealing with personal issues and concerns related to sexual identity and/or gender identity, both by those defined as transgender and those in relationships with transgender persons.
Upper Cumberland Pride, headquartered in Cookeville, Tennessee, is the first and only pride focused on the rural LGBTQ community of Tennessee. Ensuring all citizens of the Upper Cumberland community are treated fairly by recognizing diversity, promoting equality, raising awareness, and providing education.
The Pride Center stands with the Office for Diversity and Inclusion, and with Vice Chancellor Hall’s efforts to bring true inclusion to our campus.
The Office of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, and Intersex Life at Vanderbilt University is a cultural center and a place of affirmation for individuals of all identities, and a resource for information and support about gender and sexuality.