Resources for the Queer Community

health disparities

We at CHAMP see the disparities that exist in our healthcare system. LGBTQIA+ people are 58% more likely to have migraine disease. Additionally given the current climate of attacks on the queer community, especially our trans community, the disparities gap is getting wider. 

We strive to do what we can to help alleviate those disparities. We hope the following resources are helpful.


OutCare Queer Health Care Providers

The OutList is an international directory that recognizes LGBTQ+ affirming providers who identify as affirming in the provision of care, treatment, and services of LGBTQ+ communities. The OutList is open to all healthcare providers of any identity, distinction, and specialty.

The Trevor Project

They believe LGBTQ young people deserve a welcoming, loving world. The Trevor Project’s mission is to end suicide among LGBTQ young people.

Find support by visiting their website.

Human Rights Campaign Health Resources

The Healthcare Equality Index is the national LGBTQ+ benchmarking tool that evaluates healthcare facilities’ policies and practices related to the equity and inclusion of their LGBTQ+ patients, visitors and employees. The HEI 2022 evaluates more than 2,200 healthcare facilities nationwide.

National Coalition for LGBT Health

The National Coalition for LGBT Health, managed and led by HealthHIV, is committed to improving the health and well-being of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender individuals through federal and local advocacy, education, and research.

Pride Counseling

Individuals in the LGBTQ community suffer from mental health issues at a disproportionately high rate, and we wanted to help. By providing online therapy to the LGBTQ community, we make help accessible and accepting of everyone. We provide a platform for people to get the help they need affordably and conveniently.

National Queer & Trans Therapists of Color Network

The National Queer and Trans Therapists of Color Network is a healing justice organization committed to transforming mental health for queer and trans people of color (QTPoC). They work at the intersection of movements for social justice and the field of mental health to integrate healing justice into both of these spaces. Their overall goal is to increase access to healing justice resources for QTPoC.

Join a LGBTQIA+ Pain Support Group

U.S. Pain hosts a LGBTQ+ Communities Group chronic pain support group weekly. This group meets every Monday and is facilitated by Sara Gehrig, a trained chronic pain support group leader.

Psychology Today Queer Therapists

Psychology Today has a comprehensive list of queer friendly therapists.