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Here you can find support groups to help you with etc


LGBT  Foundation is a national charity with LGBTQ+ health and wellbeing at the heart of everything they do. LGBT Foundation celebrate and empower LGBTQ+ individuals and the diverse communities to realise their full potential, every day.

Click here to visit their website.

RAINBOW NOIR was established in Manchester in February 2013, founded by 4 black queer women who were inspired to create a space in the city led by and for our community. They are a volunteer-led social group, we celebrate, elevate and advocate for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans, Queer and Intersex People of Colour(LGBTQI PoC).

Click here to visit their website.


Imaan is a support group for LGBTQ+ Muslim community.

Click here to visit their website.


Switchboard is a charity for LGBTQ people looking for a sense of community, support or information.  They connect people and support them directly through specially developed Switchboard services or link them other specialist organisations. Click here to visit their website.


NAZ is a sexual health charity working to address sexual health inequalities in Black, Brown and Global Majority communities. They have 29 years of experience working across London to provide culturally specific interventions to communities disproportionately impacted by poor sexual, reproductive and HIV outcomes. Naz have a national reach through our events and programmes. Click here to visit their website.


Naz & Matt foundation are a specialist charity providing a comprehensive range of trauma informed 1-2-1 and group support services to LGBTQI+ individuals, or their parents, from religious or culturally conservative backgrounds.

Click here to visit there website.

GIN (Gay Indian Network) is a fun and sociable networking and support group for the LGBTQIA community of Indian origin and their friends and allies that would like to get to know each other in friendly groups all over the UK.

Click here to visit their website.

Sarbat is a support group for the LGBTQ+ Sikh community. Its vision is to create awareness, tackle homophobia / biphobia / transphobia and build bridges within and beyond our communities.

Click here to visit their website.

George House Trust provides services to people living with, and affected by, HIV. Click here to visit their website.

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