LGBTQ Resources

LGBTQ Resources

LGBTQ Center

Supports a safe inclusive environment for UNC-Chapel Hill students of all sexualities, gender identities and gender expressions, with drop-in support hours on Wednesdays 3-5pm. See the website for a more complete list of national, statewide, and local resources! The LGBTQ Center also offers Safe Zone trainings for faculty, staff, and students throughout the year.

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Campus Health Services

Offers confidential health care for UNC students, including evidence collection, screening and treatment of sexually transmitted diseases, and emergency contraception.

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Counseling Services

Offers confidential, free individual and group counseling for UNC students. Students can walk-in for immediate assistance, Monday - Friday, 9 am to 3:30 pm. Also offers educational resources about sexual assault prevention and healthy relationships.

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Sexuality and Gender Alliance (SAGA)

This undergraduate student organization is responsible for LAMBDA, UNC’s LGBTQ publication, and offers other programs and events for LGBTQ individuals and allies, such as the Unity Conference. For a list of graduate student LGBTQ organizations, see this link: http://lgbtq.unc.edu/resources/student-organizations-graduate.

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Rainbowhouse Listserv

This listserv can help LGBTQ students and allies find roommates.

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Internationalist Books & Community Center

This non-profit organization offers books, magazines, events and more geared towards a range of subjects including gender expression and sexual orientation.

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LGBT Center of Raleigh

Look here for local events, programs, and initiatives on a variety of topics such as community outreach and health!

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The GLBT National Help Center free and confidential hotline is open Monday – Friday from 4pm -midnight. They also offer online peer-support chat and can guide you towards GLBT resources in your area.

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National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

Their confidential 24-hour hotline is free for use by anyone in crisis or distress. The website also offers a crisis center locator to help you find resources in your area and information about suicide warning signs.

Phone: 1-800-273-TALK (8255)

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