We’re living in a dynamic moment across West Virginia. More LGBTQ and allies are stepping up, speaking out, and creating lifelines than ever before. Below you can be connected to resources both statewide and nationally designed to support our community. Whether you need peer support, legal help, an advocate, or social services, get connected!

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Community Resources > State > Advocate Temple Israel Social Action Committee website 304-342-5852
Community Resources > State > Peer Support The Stay Project (Stay Together Appalachia Youth) website
Community Resources > State > City Non-Discrimination Policy or Resolution Thurmond
Community Resources > National > Suicide Prevention The Trevor Project website/ 1-888-4-U-TREVOR (1-866-488-7385)
Community Resources > National > Student Resource Tips for Finding New GSA Members website
Community Resources > National > Transgender Resources and Support Transgender Law Center website
Community Resources > National > Transgender Resources and Support Trans Student Education Resource website
Community Resources > National > Transgender Resources and Support Talking about Transgender Students and School Facilities Access website
Community Resources > National > Veterans Services Transgender American Veterans Association website

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