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Links to GLBT-Friendly Organizations

The links below take you to GLBT-owned or GLBT-friendly organizations and businesses. If you'd like to be listed, please link to us first and then let us know. We'll be happy to reciprocate.

Support & Social Groups

  • Lakes Region Outright is determined to provide a safe and judgment-free zone for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, questioning (LGBTQ) youth and friends or supporters of the community (ages 6 - 24).
  • PFLAG-NH is an international organization dedicated to the preservation of families in loving relationships, to the education of an ill-informed public about homosexuality, and to the attainment of full civil rights for gay, lesbian, transgender, and bisexual people and their families.
  • Seacoast Gay Men is a social group of gay men that meets every Monday night in Portsmouth, NH.
  • Seacoast Outright is an educational, social service, advocacy organization that offers services to gay, lesbian, bisexual, trans, and questioning youth (21 and under) in the greater New Hampshire, southern Maine, and northern Massachusetts Seacoast region. Seacoast Outright's mission is to help gay, lesbian, bisexual, trans and questioning youth develop into healthy, caring, productive citizens.

HIV/AIDS Service Organizations

  • AIDS Response Seacoast is a non-profit, community-based HIV/AIDS Service organization dedicated to providing education, direct assistance and advocacy for persons and communities affected by HIV/AIDS.
  • Gay Men Fight AIDS is a local, all-volunteer, non-profit organization that seeks to prevent new HIV infections and reinfections among negative and positive gay, bisexual, and other men who have sex with men. GMFA's primary vehicle to achieve this are the sessions that comprise a LifeGuards workshop.
  • The Southern NH HIV/AIDS Task Force works to increase the quality and availability of knowledge, services, and resources in all matters relating to HIV infection and AIDS to people in Southern NH regardless of race, religion, ethnicity, disability, gender, age, or sexual orientation.

Therapists

  • Paul Smith, M.A., LCMHC, CAS; located in Concord, NH. “Training in a wide variety of methods over 27 years of practice allows me to gear my approach to healing based on each individual's needs. In a safe, comfortable environment where exploration and change is made easier, I offer traditional as well as newer mind/body/spirit and holistic approaches, based on personal issues and goals.” Paul is listed as a GLBT therapist.

Recreational Organizations

  • Boston Pride works to enhance the visibility of Boston's LGBT community through a week of events each June, in conjunction with year long activities, to promote LGBT awareness, dignity, and understanding.
  • Chiltern Mountain Club is an all-volunteer group that strives to create a relaxed environment for people to experience the outdoors together and bond as a community.
  • The Gay Outdoors represent active, outdoors-minded men who pursue an adventurous lifestyle.
  • Majestic Theatre. Superb local theater company in Manchester, providing 15 full productions each season, including several dinner theater evenings.
  • The Merrimack Gay and Lesbian Bowling League meets at the Merrimack Ten Pin bowling alley 32 weeks each year (Wednesdays at 7pm), September - May.
  • New Hampshire Gay Men's Chorus. The NHGMC's mission is to present quality entertainment, provide an opportunity for wholesome social interaction for our members, and present a positive image of the gay community in New Hampshire.
  • Pride Portland hosts a pride parade and festival on the third Saturday in June.

Churches

Businesses

  • Chris Holman is CJ the DJ and he is ready to enhance your memorable events with photography and DJ services. Chris is located in Fitzwilliam, NH.
  • Queensboro Shirt Company is a custom embroidery and screen-printing company located in Wilmington, North Carolina. Seacoast Gay Men selected this company to make their shirts.

Political Organizations

Resources

  • Gay Pink Pages for NH offers a long list of NH links, but some are obsolete.
  • Gay Yellow Pages is a ramshackle of links and ads; a few pages in PDF of NH listings might be worth capturing, but don't bother searching.

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