Houston GLBT Community

Houston's GLBT community strives to empower its neighbors through education, counseling and volunteerism – providing a network of support that promotes a healthy and happy lifestyle. Learn about getting involved with Houston's GLBT community with some of these organizations or take advantage of their services. Houston's GLBT community is strong. Be a part of the cause – or just have a good time.

 

AIDS Foundation Houston

AIDS Foundation Houston Inc. is a nonprofit founded in 1982 as Texas' first organization dedicated to HIV prevention education and services. The group's mission is to create positive social impact through the innovative management of HIV/AIDS and other chronic diseases.
3202 Weslayan St.
Houston, TX 77027
Phone
: 713-623-6796
Website
: aidshelp.org

Assist Hers

A volunteer organization that provides non-medical in-home support and care to lesbians with illnesses.
1116 Jackson Blvd.
Houston, TX 77006
Phone:
713-521-4628
Website:
assisthers.org

Bering Omega

Bering Omega provides compassionate health care and social services to people living with HIV/AIDS and those affected by the disease.
Houston, TX 77006
Phone:
713-529-6071
Website:
beringomega.org

Delta Phi Upsilon Fraternity

Delta Phi Upsilon is the first Black international Fraternity for gay men. Composed primarily of a diverse group of gay men of color,  Delta Phi Upsilon Fraternity has, over the past 26 years, developed educated men who put their individual and collective talents and skills to work to promote human kindness, positive relationships among fellow gay men, and a moral standard of the highest ideal.
Website:
dphiu.org/

Dignity Houston

is an inclusive community of GLBT Catholics and their friends in Houston, Texas. Established in 1974, we have met for prayer and religious services every Saturday evening for three decades. All are invited to our gatherings.
Website:
dignityhouston.org

Gay and Lesbian Parents

Social and support group for lesbian, gay, bisexual, or transgender parents, their partners and kids, and parents in planning.
PO Box 7462
The Woodlands, TX 77387
Website: hglp.org

Gay and Lesbian Switchboard

Gay. Lesbian. Bisexual. Transgender. They're answering the call.
Phone: 713-529-3211
Website: gayswitchboardhouston.org


Gulf Coast Archive & Museum of Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual & Transgender History

The Gulf Coast Archive and Museum of Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual & Transgender History is a 501-c-3 organization formed in Houston by a group of concerned activists so that collective histories could be saved - as well as be available for educational uses - through the utilization of a museum or similar venue.
GCAM now proudly displays many pieces of art and artifacts on the more than 4,000 feet of wall space at the GLBT Cultural Center. Contact Judy at curator@gcam.org or 713-692-8735 for an appointment to view this exhibit.
401 Branard St.
Houston, TX 77006
Phone:
713-692-8735
Website: gcam.org/

Houston's GLBT Wine Club

This group gathers monthly to taste new wines, eat great food and make new friends. They also attend many events throughout Texas including visits to local vineyards and wineries.
Contact: Click here to join this group

Houston's Women Hippie Group

HWHG is a diverse social group that meets weekly who socialize through a fusion of crafts, music, meditation, literature, dramatic arts, poetry, fashion, visual arts, photography and film.
Contact: Email for details

Houston Transgender Unity Committee

The Unity Committee formed in 1998 to bridge the gap between the various groups and organizations that represent the transgender community in Greater Houston. The group also works to unite the various segments of the GLBT and promote education and advocacy.
Website
: http://htuc.org/

Keshet Houston

Keshet Houston is a social and spiritual organization for gay and lesbian Jews in the greater Houston region.
Website: jewsinhouston.com/keshet-houston.html

Krewe of Olympus

One of the largest predominately gay Mardi Gras Krewes in the United States. Membership is open to all. The group's principal aims are to present theatrical and educational events that perpetuate and continue Mardi Gras traditions and to raise money for community charities such as the Lesbian Health Initiative and Art League Houston.
Website: kreweofolympus.org/
Contact: krewe@kreweofolympus.org

Lambda Center Houston

Lamda Center Houston is an LGBT 12-step clubhouse hosting meetings of Alcoholics Anonymous, Al-Anon, Crystal Meth Anonymous and Gamblers Anonymous.
Phone
: 713-521-1243
Website: lambdahouston.org/

Legacy Community Health Center

Legacy Community Health is a full-service health care facility providing comprehensive, primary care services to all Houstonians in a culturally sensitive, judgment-free and confidential environment. Legacy has specialized in HIV/AIDS testing, education, treatment and social services since the early 1980s. The center also provide care for other chronic health conditions like diabetes and high blood pressure. Each year Legacy serves more than 20,000 men, women and children.
215 Westheimer Blvd.
Houston, TX 77006
Phone:
713-830-3000
Website:
legacycommunityhealth.org

Lesbians Over Age Fifty (LOAF)

This social and network group brings together lesbians over age 50 and their partners (whatever their age) every third Sunday of the month. Representing an even number of single and coupled LOAF currently has 80 active members. 
Contact: Call (713) 869-1482 for details.

Montrose Center

The Montrose Center provides culturally affirming and affordable behavioral health and prevention services to the GLBT community and their families.
401 Branard St., 2nd Floor
Houston, TX 77006
Phone:
713-529-0037
Website:
montrosecenter.org

The Osito Foundation

The Osito Foundation provides teddy bears to children who have been impacted by HIV/AIDS and other chronic illnesses.
Phone: 281.795.5210
Website: ositofoundation.org

Out & Equal

Out & Equal provides educational and networking programs that empower companies to maintain inclusive work environments for gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender people.
Join the Out & Equal Houston Chapter

Outreach United

Outreach United is a cultural organization that uses art, festivities, and social events to raise and distribute funds to organizations and individuals resulting in the creation of a conduit for social awareness, understanding and tolerance.
Website: outreachunited.org

PFLAG Houston

The local chapter of this national organization is committed to helping families understand and accept their gay, lesbian, transgender and bisexual family members.
Phone: (713) 46P-FLAG (467-3524)
Join PFLAG.

Pride Houston Inc.

For over 30 years, Pride Houston Inc. has worked at the heart of the local LGBT community to educate and celebrate the diversity within our city's large population. Every year, Pride Houston works hard with national sponsors and local volunteers to organize and produce a series of events that cater to and promote Houston's ever-growing LGBT community. The Houston Pride Festival and Pride Parade are at the center of the celebration and are attended by over 200,000 people annually from all over the world. To get involved or find out more visit the organization's website.
P.O. Box 66071
Houston, TX 77266-6071?
Phone: (713) 529-6979?
Website: pridehouston.org

Q-Fest

The Houston Gay and Lesbian International FIlm Festival is a nonprofit dedicated to promoting the arts as a tool for communication and cooperation among diverse communities. The festival presents programs by, about, or of interest to the gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender and queer community.
PO Box 1007
Houston, TX 77251
Website
: http://www.q-fest.org/

Resurrection Metropolitan Community Church

With over 500 attending Sunday Worship services at 9 & 11 am, Resurrection Metropolitan Community Church is the largest Christian church in Houston with a primary outreach to the LGBTQ community and their allies. Since its founding in 1968, Metropolitan Community Churches around the world have been at the vanguard of civil and human rights movements as an international advocate for the most vulnerable in the community.
2025 West 11th Street
Houston, TX 77008
Phone: 713-861-9149
Website: ResurrectionMCC.org

Transgender Foundation of America and Transgender Center

The Transgender Foundation of America (TFA) is committed to advancing the quality of life for transgender people. Pursuant to this mission, TFA has created what's become known as the Transgender Center in Montrose.
604 Pacific St.
Houston, TX 77006
Website
: tgctr.org

Seniors Preparing for Rainbow Years

Seniors Preparing for Rainbow Years (SPRY) is an organization that helps LGBT seniors who may be experiencing some difficulty as they age. SPRY strives to shine a light on the lives of these seniors, enabling them to get the help they need.
401 Branard St.
Houston, TX 77006
Website
: spryhouston.org/

LGBT Sports Groups

FrontRunners Houston

FrontRunners is an informal group of gay and lesbians bound together by their love for running. Participants meet up twice a week for a three-mile group run at Memorial Park. There are also weekly dinners, regular social events and group participation in local and out-of-town races.
Website
: home.swbell.net/larathon/houfr.htm

Houston Hurricanes

The Houston Hurricanes are the city's gay flag football organization. The group holds regular games on a seasonal basis. 
Website: .facebook.com/HoustonHurricanes/info

Houston Outdoor Group

The Houston Outdoor Group (HOG) is a social group for gay men, lesbians and gay friendly people who enjoy the outdoors. Activities are organized by HOG members and are reported in the monthly newsletter and website. Events include camping, hiking, beaches and much more.
Website
: houstonoutdoorgroup.org/

Houston Tennis Club 

The Houston Tennis Club is a member-based, nonprofit organization with a roster ranging from novice to advanced tournament players. HTC players meet weekly at the Memorial Park Tennis Center.
Website: houstontennisclub.org/

International Gay Bowling Organization, Houston Chapter

IGBO has almost 200 Member Leagues across the United States, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand - one of the largest Gay and Lesbian Sporting Organizations in the world! Find the league closest to you!
Website: igbo.org/leagues/League_Detail.cfm?LID=133

Lone Star Volleyball Association

Bump, Set & Spike your way into the Lone Star Volleyball Association (LSVA). Our focus is committed to promoting and developing the sport of volleyball in the Houston GLBT community. A proud member of the North American Gay Volleyball Association (NAGVA), we provide year-round playing opportunities for all skill levels.
Website: lonestarvolleyball.org

Montrose Softball League

With over 30 teams, the MSL is the largest LGBT sports organization in Houston. Spring season play is from March – June with open recruitment starting in late January. Entry to advanced skill levels of play. Fall season play from September – November.
PO Box 541954
Houston, TX 77254-1954
Website: montrosesoftballleague.com

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