Below is a list of LGBTQA organizations who provide support and/or resource to our New Jersey community. 

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Atlantic County

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Stockton University

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Stockon University Women's Gender, and Sexuality Center provides fund to FTM and MTF students to purchase up to two complete outfits at local area second hand stores -- up to a $50 value.  For more information or to sign up, come to the WGSC lounge on campus or ask  to speak with a peer educator or the WGSC Director.

Service Area:  Stockton University Students

Address:  Women's Gender and Sexuality Center, Room J-204, 101 Vera King Farris Drive, Galloway, NJ 08205

Time:  M-F, 9:00AM-5:00PM

Phone:  (609) 626-3611




Meets weekly, all LGBTQIA+ are welcomed to join. For more information and a schedule of meeting dates and events, visit the Ospery Hub on campus.

Service Area:  Stockton University Students

Transcendence:  A Transgender Support Group

A safe space group for any student questioning or identifying along the transgender spectrum, including non-binary, gender fluid, or gender queer individuals. This groups is run in conjunction with the Office of Counseling Services.

Service Area:  Stockton University Students

Address:  Women's Gender and Sexuality Center, Room J-204, 101 Vera King Farris Drive, Galloway, NJ 08205

Time:  Tuesdays at 4:30PM

Contact Person:  Laura Shaw

Phone:  (609) 626-3611



Egg Harbor Township High School Teen Center

Service Area:  Egg Harbor Township Students

Address:  24 High School Drive, Egg Harbor Township, NJ 08234

Phone:  (609) 653-0100 ext. 2681


Mainland Regional High School - Rally for Diversity Club

Service Area:  Mainland Regional High School Students

Address:  1301 Oak Lane, Linwood, NJ 08221

Contact Person:  Dr. Kim Spagone

Phone:  (609) 927-4151 ext. 1022


Ocean Heights Presbyterian Church

Address:  2116 Ocean Heights Avenue, Egg Harbor Township, NJ  08234

Contact Person:  Rev. Dr. Wm. Blake Spencer

Phone:  (609) 788-0271



Unitarian Universalist Congregation of South Jersey Shore

Location:  75 S. Pomona Road, Galloway, NJ  08205


Phone:  (609) 965-9400


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Burlington County


Ours Institute

 Ours Institute is a nationally-recognized institute that provides affordable, online digital education in the form of online courses, webinars and one-on-one workshop on a variety of levels, ranging from introductory to advanced LGBTQIA topics.


Ours Institute

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Camden County

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Camden AHEC: Area Health Education Center, Inc.

Camden AHEC is committed to improving the health of the medically under-served - the ethnic and culturally diverse, the aged, the poor, the very young, the unemployed, the homeless, and the uninsured. Particular emphasis on providing services in the City of Camden and the counties of Camden and Burlington. They provide a number of services including AHEC Neighborhood Health Van, Camden Community Farmers' Market, HIV Prevention Program, Community Health Worker Institute, Senior Wellness Program, and Syringe Access Program (SAP) and referral. 

Address:  514 Cooper Street, Camden, NJ 08102-1250

Phone:  (856) 963-2432


Drop In Center

The Drop In Center is a safe haven for LGBTQ youth between the ages of 17-24. Youth engage in health education and social activities. A light evening meal is provided on most occasions. 

K.I.S....Keeping It Safe

A peer centered program seeking to educate, encourage, and support LGBTQA youth in the community. Youth participate in life skills activities and training. KIS is part of the AHEC HIV Prevention Program.


Strengthening parental involvement in the lives of LGBTQ youth.

Youth Making a Difference (YMAD)

The Y-Mad Program takes an innovative and creative approach to addressing the most important issues facing minority lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender youth and their allies in the City of Camden, New Jersey with a priority population being young men who have sex with men (YMSM). The goal is HIV prevention while providing the means to build self-esteem and positive self-image among LGBT youth. The program provides outreach, health education/risk reduction sessions and prevention case management for YMSM.

Kaleidoscope - Center for Family Services

Kaleidoscope is a community based gay-straight alliance (GSA). Kaleidoscope offers monthly student-led meetings in a safe, supportive environment for LGBT and allied teens to gather, socialize, organize, and help each other. It will allow those attending schools without a GSA to seek support and guidance and serve to help unify area GSAs in planning out of school events such as a GSA forum or prom. 

The group meets up every third Saturday of the month from 2:00PM-4:00PM. No summer meet ups.

Service Area:  Those attending schools in Camden County without a GSA.

Address:  Cherry Hill Library, 1100 N. Kings Highway, Cherry Hill, NJ 08034

Phone:  (800) 255-4213


Collingswood High School GSA

The Collingwood High School Gay-Straight Alliance (GSA) meets 3-4 times per month. Student leaders work to educate the school community and partner with other GSAs to promote intersectionality. 

Service Area:  Collingswood High School students

Address:  424 W. Collings Avenue, Collingswood, NJ 08108

Contact Person:  Elisabeth Yucis


Instagram:  @GSAonegoodthing

LUCY (Lifting Up Camden's Youth) Outreach

Teen Space provides a safe space for LGBTQ teens in or near the City of Camden. A social group meets on Wednesdays at 4:00PM.  Meet new people and enjoy pizza and soda! 

Address:  Planned Parenthood of Southern New Jersey, 317 Broadway, Camden, NJ 08103

Contact Person:  Jennifer J.

Phone: 856-365-3519 x 232


St. Mary's Episcopal Church

Address:  18 White Horse Pike, Haddon Heights, NJ 08035

Contact Person:  Reverend Genevieve Bishop

Phone:  856-547-3240


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Unitarian Universalist Church in Cherry Hill

Address: 401 Kings Highway North, Cherry Hill, NJ 08034


Phone:  856-667-3618


Planned Parenthood

Address:  317 Broadway, Camden, NJ 08103

Phone:  (856) 365-3519


Cooper Hospital Early Intervention Program

Cooper’s Early Intervention Program (EIP) is committed to improving the health and well-being of those infected with or affected by HIV in southern New Jersey through high-quality, compassionate medical care and support services, community education, and early detection regardless of ability to pay.

Core Services:

  • Medical Care
  • Medical Case Management
  • Behavioral Health Medicine
  • Research Studies
  • Infectious Diseases
  • Screening, Identification, Linkage to Care (SILC) Services 
  • Health Self-Management Program
  • Legal Services
  • Addiction Management
  • Nutritional Guidelines

Support Groups:

Women’s Support Group: Meets on the third Wednesday of each month at noon. All are welcome. Please call 856.968.8376 for more information.

Men’s Support Group: Meets on the fourth Tuesday of each month at 5 p.m. If interested, please call 856.968.8651 or 856.968.7261.

Community Advisory Board: This open group includes individuals who are infected, affected by, or who provide services for the HIV community. The group meets on the fourth Wednesday of each month at 5:30 p.m. Please call 856.968.8376 or 856.963.3575 for more information.

Address:  3 Cooper Plaza, Camden, NJ 08103

Phone:  (856) 963-3715 

Toll Free:  1-(800)-8-Cooper


NJ LGBTQ Democrats

This group exists to assure that current legal protections of LGBT people in New Jersey are guaranteed into the future and that the voice of the LGBT community continues to be heard and respected so that emerging issues and concerns that impact us are addressed politically and legislatively. We will strive to achieve this by education, support for LGBT candidates and with a voice throughout New Jersey.



Just Us

"JUST US" is a group of friends who are committed to providing support to each other and to the LGBT community at large. We meet regularly to discuss life situations in hopes of providing a listening ear, an open heart & mind and share experiences that will keep each other encouraged in the daily struggles of life. Just Us events occur in Southern New Jersey and the Greater Philadelphia area. Join their Facebook group to get updates.


Prism LGBTQ+ South Jersey

This group is open to the LGBTQA+ community.

I'd like to make this a group with many different kinds of social events, not just hanging out at bars or clubs. The goal is to build a strong community of people, to enjoy social gatherings, and build real life connections by meeting face to face to participate in fun activities.

Suggestions are welcome as this is just getting started and I want to make this a community that all of us can enjoy.




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Benson House

Address:  560 Benson St, Camden, NJ 08103 


Phone:   (856) 964-1990 



Benson House provides the tools and resources necessary for male teens to build a strong foundation for a positive future. As one of the only group homes serving male youth ages 15-19 in the southern New Jersey region, Benson House provides a safe home environment for young men to build self-sufficient futures.

Benson House offers counseling, education, and job readiness training for six months to one year.

Counselors work closely with youth in a structured environment to provide:

  • individual, group, and family counseling
  • substance abuse assessment, counseling and education
  • life and social skills education
  • education and advocacy
  • job readiness and placement
  • assessment and referral
  • available community service assignments
  • monitoring and accountability with graduate awards


Phone: 856.757.9450 


Address: 554-558 Benson Street, Camden, NJ 08103


Camden DREAMS provides apartments in the Camden area for young adults who have aged out of the foster care system or for young people without the support of family. With the guidance of counselors, young adults learn to set goals, make responsible choices, and develop a plan for a self-sufficient futures.  

Through the Camden DREAMS program, young people are provided with many opportunities. Securing an apartment creates a sense of pride and a feeling of accomplishment. Maintaining a job and earning an income builds a sense of security and encourages independence. In addition, Camden DREAMS provides individual and family counseling to help our residents who may be dealing with past or present issues.

At Camden DREAMS, our goal is for each resident to:

  • Develop successful permanent housing
  • Renew their love for themselves and others
  • Experience healthy, productive independent living
  • Achieve the ability to visualize positive futures
  • Master household budgeting and responsible decision making
  • Strengthen and improve communities

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Cape May County


Lower Cape May Regional High School GSA

Address:     687 Route 9 • Cape May, NJ 08204

Phone:    (609) 884-3475 


Service Area:     Lower Cape May Regional High School Students

OASIS Youth Services Program of Cape May County

Phone:    609.465.5045



Provides 24-hour emergency shelter to children age 10-18 offering a safe haven for those experiencing a personal or family crisis, as well as runaway, homeless, or abused children. OASIS seeks to provide a caring and healing home while children receive support and work on their future with the goal of family reunification. When this is not possible, we work to connect children with alternative, stable living arrangements.


The following support services are provided at OASIS:

  • temporary care such as food, clothing, medical attention and recreation
  • individual, group, parent and family counseling
  • substance abuse prevention and education
  • youth advocacy with DCPP, schools, courts, and police
  • educational assistance and life-skills training

For information on the National Runaway Switchboard, please call 1.800.runaway or visit

Ocean City High School - STOP Club

Address:   501 Atlantic Ave, Ocean City, NJ 08226 

Phone:   609-814-8706


Service Area:  Ocean City High School Students

Contact Person:     Laura Saks / Tifaya Noble


Student led, advised by faculty members, that follows the mission of "be the change you wish to see in the world." Club members bring up important awareness topics and create programs and activities for the student body to enhance the culture and climate. Their club is not LGBT specific, but encompasses students from all walks of life.

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Cumberland County

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Gloucester County

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Greater Philadelphia Region

Philly Pride Presents

Philly Pride Presents

PHILLY PRIDE PRESENTS, Inc. (PPP) is a group of volunteer coordinators under the leadership of an Executive Director and Senior Advisor which organizes “PrideDay” in June, “OutFest” in October. These are the only two events during which the Philadelphia Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) community joins together and celebrates as a whole. PHILLY PRIDE PRESENTS is proud to be co-sponsors of the Phila. DYKE March and the Alternative Prom.

The purpose of our pride events shall be the advancement of LGBT rights through the visibility and awareness that our parades and festivals create. This purpose is to be achieved through our annual PrideDay parade and festival, our annual National Coming Out Day Block Party (OutFest) and other forms of community outreach as may be appropriate. “Coming Out” marks the beginning of the gay self-realization process, “Pride” marks its culmination. In addition to celebrating our uniqueness, our events help thousands discover the breadth of the LGBT community in the Delaware Valley, provide avenues for education, growth and self-realization, and increase the visibility and diversity of the LGBT community.


Walnut Psychotherapy Center

 Founded in 2015, Walnut Psychotherapy Center is a

psychotherapy practice which focuses on the

LGBTQ population in Philadelphia.

The central premise of WPC is the provision of

long-term, psychodynamic, trauma-informed

mental health treatment that

refuses to pathologize LGBTQ people,

but rather recognizes the negative impact

that societal marginalization has on the psyche.


Mercer County


LifeTies, Inc.

Address:  John S. Watson Sr. Building, 2205 Pennington Rd. , Ewing, NJ 08638



Phone:  (609) 771-1600

Fax:  (609) 530-1648

 Founded in 1982, LifeTies, Inc. is a supportive network of professional staff and trained volunteers dedicated to creating programs for youth to overcome the effects of abuse, neglect or homelessness. Our programs offer a nuturing, safe environment to heal, learn and become equipped with the tools to work towards a brighter future.

LifeTies' mission is to provide quality care and services to youth in crisis due to sexual orientation, gender, abuse, neglect, homelessness and/or various health issues including HIV, AIDS, Diabetes and Lupus.

LifeTies, Inc. has four programs; Triad House, Rainbow House, TILT and Mary's Place. All of our programs emphasize self-sufficiency and health care in conjunction with a commitment to prevent the ongoing generation to generation dysfunctional behavioral patterns that so drastically affect the young 

people we serve.

• Triad House is a 24 hour residential group home for GLBTQ and heterosexual GLBTQ-friendly youth ages 14-18 who are victims of abuse, neglect and/or homelessness. 

The majority of our adolescents are referred to us through the Division of Youth and Family Services (DYFS) and are unable to live with their families. They have been victims of physical, emotional or sexual abuse. In a family atmosphere, these children attend school and receive services designed to meet the needs of each adolescent, including individual, group and family counseling, substance abuse assessment and referral, independent living skills, tutoring, educational planning, job readiness training and program aftercare.

• Rainbow House is a 24 hour special needs housing program for medically fragile females, ages 12-21 who are living with HIV, AIDS, Lupus and/or Diabetes. 

Rainbow House is the first group home of its kind in the nation for young women affected/infected with HIV/AIDS. For the most of our residents, Rainbow House is the first nurturing and secure home they have known. We provide and coordinate a myriad of comprehensive support services through an individualized treatment plan developed for each resident. These include the same services available to Triad House residents along with additional specialized medical programs.

• TILT (Teenage Independent Living Training) is a program for older adolescence, ages 15-21, which focuses on independent living skills for those without family support. 

The majority of the young people we serve have lived in some type of juvenile facility, residential or foster care situation and have “aged out” or been released. They are unable to live with their families or relatives for a variety of reasons, and while a few still remain in foster care for a brief time, most live in boarding homes, with friends, or all too often, on the streets. 

TILT’s objective is to empower each of these adolescents to become self-sufficient and responsible for their own well being as they make the transition into young adulthood. Services available include advanced independent living skills training, community involvement and service, parenting skills training, life skills through the arts, youth advocacy skill and opportunity, individual and group counseling, substance abuse assessment and referral, educational planning, tutoring, job readiness training and program aftercare.

• Mary’s Place is a permanent supportive housing program for aging out youth, between the ages of 18-21. We offer scattered site housing as well as a myriad of support services aimed at empowering our residents including the TILT program.


Address:  21 Wiggins St., Princeton, NJ 08540




HiTops is a health education and advocacy organization dedicated to ensuring every adolescent safe passage to adulthood by providing comprehensive sexuality education and promoting healthy relationships and supportive connections.

To realize its mission, HiTOPS provides:

Innovative, comprehensive expert and peer-led educational programs in schools, communities of faith, juvenile justice facilities and community forums throughout the state for youth, parents, educators and health professionals

Emotional and psychological support services to fragile adolescent populations, including survivors of sexual assault and gay and lesbian youth

Training, consultation and educational products to local, regional, state and national organizations serving the holistic health needs of adolescents

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Salem County

GLSEN stands for the Gay, Lesbian & Straight Education Network

GLSEN Southern New Jersey Chapter

GLSEN (pronounced "glisten") was founded in 1990 by a small, but dedicated group of teachers in Massachusetts who came together to improve an education system that too frequently allows its lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and questioning (LGBTQ) students to be bullied, discriminated against, or fall through the cracks. 

Over 25 years later, that small group has grown into the leading national education organization focused on ensuring safe and affirming schools for LGBTQ students.

We face a pervasive problem with a set of new challenges. 8 out of 10 LGBT students are still harassed at school each year because of who they are.

We are working to change that.

At GLSEN, we want every student, in every school, to be valued and treated with respect, regardless of their sexual orientation, gender identity or gender expression. We believe that all students deserve a safe and affirming school environment where they can learn and grow.

We accomplish our goals by working in hallways across the country -- from Congress and the Department of Education to schools and district offices in your community -- to improve school climate and champion LGBT issues in K-12 education. 

We conduct extensive and original research to inform our evidence-based solutions for K-12 education.

We author developmentally appropriate resources for educators to use throughout their school community.

We partner with decision makers to ensure that comprehensive and inclusive safe schools policies are considered, passed and implemented.

We partner with dozens of national education organizations to leverage our shared expertise into creating great schools and better opportunities for every student. 

We empower students to affect change by supporting student-led efforts to positively impact their own schools and local communities.

Every day GLSEN works to ensure that LGBTQ students are able to learn and grow in a school environment free from bullying and harassment. Together, we can transform our nation’s K-12 schools into the safe and affirming environment all youth deserve.


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Union County


FBLA - Future Business Leaders of America

Address:  Kean University, Hutchinson Hall, J-202-C, 1000 Morris Avenue, Union, NJ 07083



Service Area:     National

 Future Business Leaders of America-Phi Beta Lambda, Inc. (FBLA-PBL) is the largest career student business organization in the world. Each year, FBLA-PBL helps over 230,000 members prepare for careers in business. 

FBLA-PBL’s mission is to bring business and education together in a positive working relationship through innovative leadership and career development programs.

FBLA-PBL’s programs focus on:

  • Leadership Development—members develop essential soft skills by holding chapter officer positions at the local, state, and national levels; by networking with accomplished business professionals; and by participating in business-focused workshops, seminars, and academic competitions.
  • Academic Competitions—members demonstrate their business expertise at high-profile regional, state, and national competitive events. The top students are recognized with trophies and cash awards. Learn more about FBLAPBL, and FBLA-Middle Level competitive events.
  • Educational Programs—members create career portfolios, enhance their knowledge with world-recognized skills certifications, and have access to select college scholarships. Learn more about educational programs for FBLAPBL, and FBLA-Middle Level.
  • Membership Benefits—members receive exclusive discounts and enhanced benefits for travel, education, and more. Learn about the benefits available to FBLAPBL, and FBLA-Middle Level members.
  • Community Service—members work with the March of Dimes to help end premature births by participating in awareness campaigns and the March for Babies fundraiser. Discover how FBLA, PBL, and FBLA-Middle Level members support the March of Dimes.
  • Awards & Recognition—members build a portfolio of accomplishments with a wide range of awards programs. Learn more about FBLAPBL, and FBLA-Middle Level awards programs.

FBLA-PBL Divisions

  • Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) for high school students, with over 214,000 members and more than 5,250 chapters.
  • FBLA-Middle Level (FBLA-ML) for junior high and middle school students, with over 21,500 members and more than 700 chapters.
  • Phi Beta Lambda (PBL) for college students, with over 10,000 members and more than 500 chapters.
  • Professional Division (PD) for FBLA-PBL alumni, business professionals, educators, and parents who support the goals of the association, with over 3,350 members.

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