The Detroit Regional LGBT Chamber of Commerce mission is to promote and empower our Metropolitan Detroit LGBT, allied business members, non-profit members, corporate partners and their employees through leadership, advocacy and education
Can you imagine living in fear of persecution, torture or murder? Can you imagine going to jail for who you are or who you love? That is a reality for so many LGBTQI individuals around the world. Since our founding in 2006, Rainbow Railroad has helped more than 800 individuals find a path to safety to start a new life — free from persecution.
Transgender Michigan’s primary mission is to provide advocacy, support and education while serving to create coalitions in the state of Michigan to unify and empower transgender and gender non-conformist communities.
The Mission of LGBT Detroit is indelibly expressed as it demonstrates an increased awareness of the intricacies of the LGBT culture through education, cohesion and advocacy that affords one to identify, accept and honor their truths, sense of self and foster humanness.
The Jim Toy Community Center is a resource center that exists to provide information, education, social events, and advocacy by and for the Queer and Ally community in the Washtenaw County area. JTCC welcomes all who support its mission to participate in its activities
Empowering Our LGBTQ Community Through Supportive Services and Awareness Our Vision: Grand Rapids Pride Center aims to be the center of a vibrant and inclusive community that supports all LGBTQ individuals.
Upper Peninsula Rainbow Pride (UP Pride) is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization based out of Marquette, Michigan. Our main goals include providing resources and hosting local LGBT-friendly activities and events.
Ruth Ellis Center (REC) has established a national reputation for quality and innovation in providing trauma-informed services for lesbian, gay, bi-attractional, transgender and questioning (LGBTQ+) youth, and young adults, with an emphasis on young people of color, experiencing homelessness, involved in the child welfare system, and/or experiencing barriers to health and wellbeing.
It is our mission, to create opportunities with LGBTQ+ young people to build their vision for a positive future.
Our vision is a world where LGBTQ+ young people are safe and supported no matter where they go.
Address: 77 Victor Street, Highland Park, MI 48203
Pridezone - Presented by Ozone House Youth Drop-In Center
Pridezone is a Ypsilanti-based program that provides a safe space for LGBTQ identifying youth ages 13-20 to congregate, socialize, build community and access support services as needed. PrideZone is a social and support group for youth ages 13-20 who identify as LGBTQ+. It is a safe place to build community and have fun in an open, queer space. Meets Wednesdays 6:00-8:00pm
The Drop-in Center in Ypsilanti located at 102 N. Hamilton, Ypsilanti, MI (1 block from bus station).
Youth Shelter: 1600 N. Huron River Drive, Ypsilanti, MI 48197
How wonderful would it be to have a place that could act as an information repository, connecting the LGBT+ Community to each other as well as to the businesses and services that are friendly and accepting? We would like to see a community events calendar that promotes activities and social events. We'd let you know when Pride Week is, when Northern Pride - We're Out and About meets, and all other gatherings. Beyond this, we'd like to create a directory for LGBT+ friendly businesses that can be used by tourists and locals alike. We'd also create directories to LGBT+ friendly and related health services.
Visit: 717 Woodmere Avenue, Suite C, Traverse City, MI