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BeLonG To is a national online youth service for Lesbian Gay Bisexual & Transgender (LGBT) young people in Ireland. They believe that the problems which LGBT young people experience are largely due to negative societal attitudes, and so work to change these attitudes. This is done by training teachers and youth workers, running awareness campaigns in schools and youth services and working with government departments to ensure that LGBT young people are heard so that positive social change occurs.
GOSHH is a charity which provides a safe, confidential, welcoming environment for everyone we work with. Our office is based in Limerick City and we work throughout the Counties of Limerick, Clare, and North Tipperary. GOSHH working in the area of Sexual Health promotion, LBGTQI and HIV support. It offers information, training and counselling on all sexual health issues, including HIV/AIDS, Hepatitis B and C. It provides a range of support services for those whose lives are affected by HIV/AIDS. Training and workshops available please contact the office.
The LGBT Helpline is a non-judgmental and confidential service providing listening, support and information to lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people, their family and friends, and to those who are questioning if they might be LGBT. The National LGBT Helpline service is provided by a network of trained volunteers from a number of local LGBT helplines.
GHN is an All-Ireland network of organisations and individuals with a shared ethos and commitment to achieving the purpose of the network, sharing ideas,work, resources and experiences. Since its foundation in 1994,GHN has been actively publishing and distributing HIV and safer sex information for MSM, as well as conducting and publishing vital research on sexual health in this area.
Gay SwitchboardIreland provides a confidential telephone support service. Listening, support & information are provided to all callers in a non- directive or judgmental way. The service is available to the gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender community, their parents, families and friends and to anyone who has concerns relating to sexuality, including HIV/AIDS related enquiries.
The service is operated entirely by trained, friendly and supportive gay, lesbian and bisexual volunteers. They won’t judge or tell you what to do and nobody else will be told about your call.
The aim of the society is to provide Gay, Lesbian and Bisexual people with the means to bring information and people together locally and nationally. Athlone GLB helps teenagers and young adults seeking an understanding of their sexual identity through regular support meetings in the Athlone Area. Meetings provide a safe space for confidential discussion.
This project provides info, support and education on issues relating to sexual health, lifestyle and sexuality. GayProjectCork.com encompasses The Cork Gay Community Development Company, Cork Gay Project & The Southern Gay Men's Health Project. They host LGBT parent support groups, and engage in outreach and awareness/education programmes.
Sexual health services for gay and bisexual men and men who have sex with men. Information, counselling, outreach, research. Walk-in blood tests Tues & full walk-in STI screening (including swabs) Weds for HIV, syphilis, hepatitis. Return appts for results and treatment, including genital warts and hepatatis vaccine. Safer sex packs (lube/condoms). Charges for some services.
Produced by Southern Gay Mens Health Project. The website however is of interest to people all over Ireland, with a vast range of health/support information.
GCN (Gay Community News) is Ireland's longest-running national gay publication and a not-for-profit registered charity. The remit of GCN is to educate and inform its readers about political issues, to entertain them, speak about gay culture, and give them access to a greater sense of community, for free. At the time of first publication, it was illegal to have homosexual sex in Ireland, even between consenting adults. GCN became a lifeline to many gay and lesbian people, and since that time has been fundamental to gay life in Ireland.
GLEN is a leading NGO with a track record of success in delivering positive change for lesbian, gay and bisexual people (LGB) in Ireland. They exist in order to achieve full equality for lesbian, gay and bisexual (LGB) people and relief from all forms of discrimination and exclusion, direct and indirect.