Directory of LGBTQ-inclusive Services

The Lesbian and Gay Family Building Project facilitates and maintains the Directory of LGBTQ-Inclusive Services. Created in 2000, the directory is designed to assist LGBTQ people in upstate New York in finding health and human service providers who will help them build and strengthen their families.

In this directory, you'll find adoption providers, lawyers, medical professionals, community resources and more. Each of the organizations and providers listed here is either explicitly LGBTQ-affirming or has agreed to the terms of use that state, "listing in the directory makes a statement to LGBTQ individuals and couples that they deserve and can expect caring and sensitive service from my/our organization." Obviously, however, we cannot guarantee that consumers will be satisfied with their experience with a given provider. Nor can we state that the directory is a complete list of LGBTQ-affirming practices.

If the information you seek isn't here, contact us and we'll help match you with professionals near you who can suit your specific needs. We plan to continually update and expand the Directory of LGBTQ-inclusive Services and for that, we need your help. We welcome additional referrals and provider listings, feedback on your experiences with the providers listed here and reader suggestions on how to improve this resource.

Adding a listing

If you are a provider and would like to add a listing, or would like to refer a provider whom you think should be listed here, fill out and complete our Listing form or Referral form and return the completed item to the staff of The Lesbian and Gay Family Building Project.

Navigating the directory

The directory has several categories. You can scroll through the directory in its entirety to see what services are available, or you can navigate to one specific type of listing. To jump to any category directly, just select an option from the list below:


The Directory of LGBTQ-inclusive Services

Adoption/foster care resources

 

AAA Full Circle Adoptions

39 Main Street Northampton, MA 01060
496 Harvard Street Brookline, MA 02446
1025 Massachusetts Avenue Arlington, MA 02476
Toll free Expectant Parent Line: 

+1 800-452-3678

Other Phone Numbers: 

+1 413-587-0007

FAX: 413-584-1624 

Texting: 413 427-8701

adoption@fullcircleadoptions.com
www.fullcircleadoptions.com

AAA Full Circle Adoptions is a non-profit adoption agency committed to inclusivity. FCA has helped place newborns with lesbian and gay families in the U.S. and Europe. We work with expectant parents and prospective adoptive families nationwide and internationally. FCA helps families who have home studies from other agencies with matching/placement and provides home studies for Massachusetts residents. FCA is one of a small number of agencies nationwide accredited to assist with outgoing adoptive placements to prospective adoptive families in other countries. Full Circle is an inclusive agency and does not discriminate on the basis of age, race, national origin, marital/single status or l/g/b/t identity. The agency is licensed in Massachusetts and is not licensed in New York state.

Adoption Center of Washington

Adoption Center of Washington 501 Canterbury Lane Alexandria, VA 22314
VA office:

+1 703-549-7774

FAX: 703-549-7778

DC office:

+1 202-452-8278

FAX: 202-452-8280

Toll Free:

+1 800-452-3878

Linda Brownlee, Executive Director:  Lindaacw@aol.com

http://acw.cradlehope.org/
The Adoption Center of Washington (ACW) is a non-profit, child-placing agency licensed in the District of Columbia and Virginia. The agency's purpose is to provide families for children are in need of adoption and to provide valuable medical or supportive services to children in orphanages who cannot be adopted.

Adoption Resource Network at Hillside Children's Center

2075 Scottsville Rd, Sage Bldg Rochester, NY 14623

Lisa Maynard, executive director: +1 585-350-2504

Lmaynard@hillside.com

Mike Finn, contact person: +1 585-350-2502

mfinn@hillside.com

FAX: 585-350-2598 

Toll Free: 

+1 888-514-4455

www.Hillside.com
Provides information, education, referral and support on all aspects of adoption. Provides a full array of adoption and post adoption services.

Adoption S.T.A.R. (Support, Training, Advocacy, Resources)

131 John Muir Dr Amherst, NY 14228

Michele Fried, founder and director

+1 716-639-3900

FAX: 716-639-3700 

info@adoptionstar.com
www.adoptionstar.com

Adoption S.T.A.R. is a non-profit New York state-authorized adoption agency specializing in identifying homes for infants who are at risk for entering the foster care system. Offers the experience of adoption, a full training curriculum, advocacy assistance and comprehensive resources on adoption. These services allow prospective adoptive parents and birth parents to explore all the adoption options and to receive the appropriate information and education necessary to access those options. Adoption STAR is also COA Hague-accredited and has earned the Human Rights Campaign's (HRC) "All Children, All Families" Seal of Approval for being a leader in the provision of services to the LGBT families.

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Adoptions From The Heart

30 Hampstead Circle Wynnewood, PA 19096

+1 610-642-7200

adoption@adoptionsfromtheheart.org
www.afth.org

Offers domestic adoption, surrogacy in India, home studies, education classes and help with second parent adoptions. Our domestic adoption program is open to couples and singles and with open domestic adoption, birth parents choose the adoptive parent(s) by looking at profiles and videos. AFTH's Heartbeats Assisted Reproduction Program has partnered with Surrogacy Abroad to offer gestational surrogacy in India. This program makes it possible for intended parents who are unable to carry a child, to have a child that is biologically related to them. While maintaining the high quality of medical care, surrogacy in India is considerably less expensive that surrogacy in the U.S. and allows both intended parents of LGBT couples to be listed on the child's birth certificate. AFTH is proud to be one of the only two adoption agencies to have received the Human Relations Committee's Seal for supporting our LGBT families. For more information on our services, visit our website.

Adoptive Families Magazine

108 West 39th Street, Suite 805 New York, NY 10018

+1 800-372-3300

letters@AdoptiveFamilies.com
www.AdoptiveFamilies.com

Adoptive Families, the award-winning national adoption magazine, is the leading adoption information source for families before, during, and after adoption.

Adoptive Families of the Capital Region, Inc.

PO Box 603 Glenmont, NY 12077

+1 518-763-8019

AFCRgroup@aol.com
www.adoptivefamiliesny.org

The Adoptive Families of the Capital Region, Inc. (AFCR) is an adoption support group for adoptive families and individuals hoping to build their family by adoption. AFCR hosts a variety of adoption education programs and social events in New York's Capital Region. Individuals who attend AFCR events have adopted through domestic infant adoption, international adoption, and foster care adoption. Prospective adoptive parents also attend AFCR events. AFCR hosts social events for families and their adopted children which has included adoption cultural programs, playgroups, and outings for families.Social events have provided opportunities for parents and children to make new friends and celebrate diverse families and cultures. Many of the individuals who attend AFCR's programs live in the immediate Capital Region – Albany, Schenectady, Rensselaer, Saratoga counties as well as the counties of Greene, Columbia, Dutchess, Montgomery, Warren, Washington counties and beyond. 

Albany County Department for Children, Youth, and Families

112 State Street Room 300 Albany, NY 12207

+1 518-447-7324

FAX: 518 447-7578 
www.albanykids.com

Open your door - open your heart. Become an Albany County Foster Parent.

Alexandra M. Barbo, Ph.D.

PO box 196 New Hope, PA 18938

+1 215-297-5092

drsandybarbo@comcast.net
www.drsandybarbo.com

Dr. Barbo specializes in pre- and post-adoption support. Clients can address concerns about the adoption process, such as readiness, making a decision, waiting, transitioning into adoptive parenthood, managing friends and family. Barbo's training in development and adoption informs her parent counseling. She is an adoptive parent and has presented to the adoptive community for 20 years.

Berkshire Farm Center & Services for Youth

The Galleria 2-8 Hawley St. Binghamton, NY 13901
Contact Person: Kristina Kiehle

+1 607-772-3123 ex: 303

kkiehle@berkshirefarm.org
www.berkshirefarm.org
Children in your community need a safe haven~ a temporary home with love and caring until things get better. Are you that person? Become a foster parent with Berkshire Farm Center & Services for Youth today. We offer 24-hour access to program assistance, free training, intensive in-home support, and a generous monthly stipend.

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Cayuga Centers

101 Hamilton Ave Auburn, NY 13021
175 Humboldt St., Suite 100, Rochester, NY 14610

Contact person: Chris Schell

+1 315-253-5883

FAX: 315-253-7278 
hostakid@cayugahome.org
www.cayugacenters.org

Cayuga Home for Children seeks foster families to host just one 7-18 year old boy or girl. Open your home and combine your love, strength and creativity with a nationally validated program that changes the lives of youth. We will coach, counsel, and encourage you to help an adolescent using an evidence based program

Charles M. Sprock, Jr

Baldwin & Sutphen LLP 126 N Salina St Syracuse, NY 13202

+1 315-477-0100 ex 16

Fax: 315 477-5071 
csprock@baslaw.com
Charles "Casey" Sprock specializes in adoption, real property and estate planning & administration. He also teaches at Syracuse University where he focuses on legal issues affecting the LGBTQ community. He and his staff have worked with female, male and straight couples helping them through adoptions in several different NYS counties. Casey welcomes the opportunity to help his fellow members of the LGBT community form and protect their families.


Children Awaiting Parents

274 North Goodman, Suite D103 Rochester, NY 14607

+1 888-835-8802

+1 585-232-5110

Fax: 585 232-2634 
info@capbook.org
www.ChildrenAwaitingParents.org
A national, not-for-profit organization, that for 38 years has been dedicated to finding adoptive homes for America's waiting youth. More than 6,000 children have found families through Children Awaiting Parents. Publishes The CAP Book, a national photolisting of America's hardest-to-place youth. Website provides photos and narratives of waiting children and young adults, as well as pre and post-adoption information to foster and adoptive parents.

Children's Home-Adoption/Home Finding

1182 Chenango St.Binghamton, NY 13901

+1 800-772-6904

+1 607-772-6904

info@chowc.org
http://www.chowc.org/

The Mission of the Children's Home is to enhance the safety, stability, and well-being of our children, families and their communities.Many young people feel unsafe, unwelcome and unloved. The Children's Home partners with other agencies to offer a sanctuary of grace and hope to young people and their families.

Children's Home of Jefferson County

Campus/ Residential/ Forster Care: 1704 State St Watertown, NY 13601

+1 315-788-7430

Fax: 315-785-5637

St. Lawrence County Foster Care Program: 80 State Highway 310 Canton, New York 13617

+1 315-229-3480

Fax: 315-229-3489

www.nnychildrenshome.com
The CHJC Foster Care Program provides temporary care for children who are unable to live with their birth families. Some children may have behavioral challenges and need special care. Therefore, extensive training is offered to all foster parents in addition to 24-hour on-call services and crisis response.


Creating A Family

+1 828-862-8200

dawn@creatingafamily.org
www.creatingafamily.org

501c3 nonprofit providing education and support for adoption and infertility
Creating a Family provides education and support for all types of adoption and assisted reproduction, including a weekly national radio show--Creating a Family: Talk about Infertility and Adoption. Creating a Family has the largest online network in the areas of adoption and infertility on the social networks. 

Downey Side

C/O Saint John The Baptist Church 210 West 31st Street New York, NY 10001

+1 212-714-2200

Fax: 212-714-9518 
centraloffice@downeyside.org
www.downeyside.org
We're a national, non-profit agency that places America's foster children in loving permanent homes. Most of these children are considered "hard to place"; older children, sibling groups, children with physical, emotional and/or psychological disabilities. We recruit and train the adoptive parents, place the children, and provide follow up services.

Families Like Ours, Inc.

PO Box 2311 Seattle, WA 98111

+1 877-230-3055

www.familieslikeours.org
Families Like Ours is a nonprofit support service for alternative families through adoption. We are not an adoption office, nor a legal firm but a support center and community for those who have already adopted and those who are seeking adoption. In an effort to provide community support, everything is live on the net 24 hours a day at our website. There you will find live chat with other parents and professionals, message boards, adoption information, state and legal resources, family stories, and other helpful resources. This service is community driven, meaning it changes and forms to fit the needs of parents. The one stop place for all your links and resources for adoptive gay and lesbian parents.

Family and Children's Society

257 Main Street Binghamton, NY 13905

Sharon Foster, RCSW

+1 607-729-6206

info@familycs.org

www.familycs.org

Counseling Services: Donor Insemination, infertility, adoption, and relationship counseling.

Family Focus Adoption Services

54-40 Little Neck Parkway (#4) Little Neck, NY 11362

+1 718-224-1919

Fax: 718 225-8360 
ffas@familyfocusadoption.org
www.familyfocusadoption.org
Welcoming all families for more than twenty-five years, and recipient of the Human Rights Campaign's All Children-All Families Seal of Recognition, FFAS is a nationally respected, high-energy-level, multi-service adoption agency whose primary mission is to find loving, permanent families for older children and youth. The agency provides services for families from the Capital District of N.Y. through Suffolk County, Long Island, as well as parts of New Jersey, and presents information meetings and training, open to the public, at three locations. 

Forever Families Through Adoption, Inc.

62 Bowman Avenue Rye Brook, NY 10573
Joy S. Goldstein, LCSW, ACSW, Executive Director

+1 914-939-1180

Fax: 914-939-1181 
adopt@foreverfamiliesthroughadoption.org
http://www.foreverfamiliesthroughadoption.org
Forever Families Through Adoption, Inc. (FFTA) is a New York and Connecticut-authorized, Hague Accredited, private, not-for-profit, adoption placement agency and resource center located in Westchester County, New York. FFTA was founded and is staffed by social workers, attorneys, adoptees, and adoptive parents, and believes that every child eligible for permanent adoption, regardless of racial or ethnic background, age, or physical or emotional challenge, has the right to grow up in a loving, nurturing, secure, and forever home. FFTA is committed to treating all persons with respect, dignity and compassion and welcomes all families regardless of race, religion, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, marital status, age, nationality or disability. FFTA is a proud recipient of the Human Rights Campaign's All Children-All Families Seal of Recognition for our work with LGBT families, both domestic and international.

Friends in Adoption

P.O. Box 238, 212 Main Street Poultney, VT 05764

+1 800-982-3678

dawn@friendsinadoption.org
www.friendsinadoption.org
Fully licensed child placement agency creating families through compassionate, domestic infant adoption for 30 years.

Glove House Inc.

220 Franklin Street Elmira, New York 14904

+1 607-734-5238

Fax: 607-737-0884 

www.glovehouse.org

Glove House, Inc. contracts with approximately 24 counties in NYS and currently serves youth and families in crisis from primarily ten of those counties in the Southern Tier and Finger Lakes regions of New York state, operating numerous group homes and providing foster care, preventive and school based services.

Greenberg Adoption

363 Seventh Ave Ste 400 New York, NY 10001

+1 703-209-3232

Fax: 212 545-7406 
cliff@greenbergadoption.com

www.greenbergadoption.com
Cliff Greenberg has been an adoption attorney in NYC since 1993. He is very proud of his work with same-sex couples and has recently completed a new children's book about a young girl's adoption by two loving mothers. Greenberg does free lectures on how to navigate the adoption process throughout New York. He is the resident legal expert of the monthly Family Law Clinic at the LGBT Community Center in Greenwich Village.

HelpUsAdopt.org

PO Box 787 New York, NY 10150

Program manager: Kendra

+1 917-684-5484

info@helpusadopt.org
www.helpusadopt.org
Helpusadopt.org is a national 501c3 financial grant program that helps couples/individuals (regardless of race, religion, gender, ethnicity, marital status or sexual orientation) with the cost of their adoptions by awarding grants up to $15,000. Helpusadopt.org supports domestic, international and foster care adoptions and does not charge its applicants to apply. 

Hillside Family of Agencies

1183 Monroe Avenue, Rochester 14620

+1 888-514-4455

315-423-5112 Fax
info@hillside.com
www.hillside.com
Hillside Children's Center Therapeutic Foster Care Program provides comprehensive therapeutic supports and services to children who are placed in the foster care system. The program strives to obtain permanency for children either through reunification or adoption.

Law Offices of Laurie B. Goldheim

20 Old Nyack Turnpike Suite 300 Nanuet, NY 10954

+1 845-624-2727

Fax: 845 624-8400
lgoldheim@adoptionrights.com
www.adoptionrights.com
The Law Offices of Laurie B. Goldheim is dedicated exclusively to the practice of adoption law. Ms. Goldheim is a member of the American Academy of Adoption Attorneys and was honored by the Congressional Coalition on Adoption Institute as a 2007 Angel in Adoption. Ms. Goldheim specializes in all types of adoptions including private domestic adoptions, agency assisted adoptions and finalizations, and finalizations of international adoption placements. She routinely represents people in adult adoptions, second parent adoptions, foster care adoptions, and re-adoptions of international adoptions that finalized outside of the United States.

Leake and Watts Services, Inc.

1529-35 Williamsburg Rd Bronx, NY 10461

Family Foster Care
Lois Simmonds, Supervisor of Home Finding: lsimmonds@leakeandwatts.org

+1 718-794-8456

Fax: 718-794-8455 
www.leakeandwatts.org
Leake and Watts' programs provide services to children, adults, and families facing a myriad of challenges including poverty, disabilities, and lack of access to basic services. Our Family Foster Care program establishes safe and nurturing homes to children and teens who have suffered abuse and neglect in the 5 New York Boroughs, Westchester County and upstate New York. We work intensely to secure supportive foster families for identified LGBTQ youth.

LGBT Families

+1 973-913-5060

LGBTFamilies.info@me.com
www.LGBTFamilies.info
Providing resources for discovering how to expand your family through adoption, surrogacy and fertility. Creating a support network pre, during and post placement. Building the foundation for LGBT families to grow and prosper.

Marie Dolfi, LCSW

PO Box 401 Glenmont, NY 12077

+1 518-281-8884
mdolfi@nycap.rr.com
www.adoptioncounselingny.com
The private practice of Marie Dolfi, ACSW, LCSW specializes in providing information and counseling services to individuals whose lives have been touched by adoption, prospective adoptive parents, and expectant parents considering making an adoption plan for their child. As a social worker with extensive training on adoption issues Marie understands adoption can impact individuals in a variety of ways over a lifetime and at times counseling can be helpful with adoption issues. Services for prospective parents include in-depth informational sessions on the different types of adoption and the adoption process, home studies and post placement reports.

National Center for Child Welfare Excellence

at the Silberman School of Social Work

Contact Person: Gerald P. Mallon, DSW

2180 Third Avenue, New York, NY 10035

+1 212-396-7562

Fax: 212 396-7640

gmallon@hunter.cuny.edu
www.nccwe.org
National Center for Child Welfare Excellence (NCCWE) takes a broad child welfare perspective, embracing an interest in policies and practices that promote the well-being, safety and permanency of all children and youth while devoting special attention to those facing significant challenges in their environments. Our perspective also encompasses their families and their communities, recognizing that we cannot improve circumstances for children and youth without engaging families and these key systems of care. The community context in which children and youth live influences their well-being, safety and permanency in important ways. We are interested as much in preventing problems as in ameliorating them, and this broad perspective affords us the opportunity to address them in the areas of education/training; technical assistance; research/evaluation; and spotlighting best practices.

Northeast Parent & Child Society

530 Franklin Street, Schenectady, NY 12305

+1 518-346-1284  

Fax: 518-377-8714

www.neparentchild.org

We provide foster and pre-adoptive homes to abused and neglected children of all ages. Our foster parents receive intensive training and ongoing support. If you can provide a loving, stable home to a child, please call us or visit our website today!

Endwell: 
3401 E Main St.  Endwell, NY 13760

607-321-0299

Oneonta: 
297 River Street Service Road Oneonta, NY 13820

Josie Basile  607-441-5055  

josie.basile@neparentchild.org

Catskill
455 Main St. Catskill, NY 12414

Mickey Kayser  518-719-8066 

Fax: 518-719-8072

mickey.kayser@neparentchild.org

Schenectady
1 Genium Plaza Schenectady, NY 12304

Lora Kislowski 518-372-6708  

Fax: 518-372-3793 
lora.kislowski@neparentchild.org

Johnstown
338 North Comrie Ave Johnstown, NY 12095

Laurie Agee 518-736-1780

Fax: 518-736-1784 
laurie.agee@neparentchild.org

Queensbury
63 Quaker Road Queensbury, NY 12804

Lori Nadeau  518-798-4496  

Fax:  518-798-4077

lori.nadeau@neparentchild.org

NYS Citizens' Coalition for Children

41 Main Street Box 1193 New Paltz, NY 12561

info@nysccc.org
www.nysccc.org

Richard Heyl de Ortiz, Executive Director

+1 646-688-4321     richard@nysccc.org

Susan Collins, Conference and Information Coordinator

+1 607-272-0034    scollins@nysccc.org

NYSCCC is an advocacy organization comprised of adoptive and foster parent groups throughout the state, agencies, and concerned citizens who believe in the right of EVERY child to a permanent, loving family. Services include information, referrals, and support and guidance for prospective adoptive and foster parents.

Rensselaer County Dept. of Social Services

127 Bloomingrove Drive Troy, NY 12180

http://www.rensco.com/departments_socialservices.asp

+1 518-833-6000

Fax: 518-283-7884 
Adoption and Prevention Services contact person: Cassandra Bruce
Foster Care Services contact person: Darci Primeau

Robin Abrahamson Masson, Attorney at Law

120 East Buffalo Street Ithaca, New York 14850

+1 607-273-7200

Fax: 607-273-7240

law@massonlaw.com
www.massonlaw.com
Providing professional and compassionate legal services in adoption, estate planning, domestic partnerships, real estate, probate, elder law, small businesses, and collaborative family law. Free ½ hour initial consultation for new clients.

Rumbold & Seidelman, LLP

116 Kraft Avenue, Suite 3 Bronxville, NY 12582

Denise E. Seidelman, Esq.
Nina E. Rumbold, Law Partner to the Director

+1 914-779-1050

Fax: 914-931-1786 
dseidelman@adoptionlawny.com
www.adoptionlawny.com
Rumbold & Seidelman practices exclusively in the area of adoption and reproductive law. We are members of the National LGBT Bar Association Family Law Institute, the American Academy of Adoption Attorneys, the American Academy of Assisted Reproductive Technology Attorneys, and the American Society for Reproductive Medicine. Participation in the LGBT Family Law Institute is by invitation only and the Institute's purpose is to allow experienced LGBT family law practitioners to discuss legal strategies which will benefit members of the LBGT community on wide range of family law issue issues, including those relating to family formation.

We are admitted to practice in both New York and New Jersey and we practice in many courts throughout both states. Our emphasis is on personal attention to our clients. We have represented hundreds of clients to adopt or place their children with integrity and love. We also concentrate our practice in the evolving field of reproductive law and have counseled Intended Parents, Egg, Sperm, Embryo Donors and Gestational Carriers in collaborative reproduction arrangements.

Our law practice reflects our understanding that our work is first and foremost about creating families. We believe that our practice should be non-adversarial and cooperative. It should be dedicated to building secure family relationships that benefit all members of the adoption triad or participants in collaborative reproduction. We know our clients are making decisions and choices that will impact them for life. It is our job to listen to and guide our clients based on our knowledge and expertise.

St. Lawrence County Department of Social Services

6 Judson St.Canton, NY 13617

+1 315-379-2111

Fax: 315-379-2278
40A525@dfa.state.ny.us
www.co.st-lawrence.ny.us/social_services/slcss.htm
Recruit and retain foster/adoptive homes for individuals living in St. Lawrence County. Provide on-going training. Currently in need of homes for teens and sibling groups.

Tompkins County DSS, Adoption Homefinding

320 W. Martin Luther King Jr./State Street Ithaca, NY 14850

http://tompkinscountyny.gov/dss/fostersvc

+1 607-274-5615

+1 607-274-5285

We are committed to recruiting and certifying qualified foster families for children in Tompkins County. We have several successful couples and individuals who openly identify as gay and lesbian. We welcome all whose commitment to the safety and well-being of children in foster care meets our needs.

Two adoption caseworkers assist foster families in the adoption process when the children in their care cannot return to their parents. The adoption workers can also assist families who only wish to adopt and are willing to adopt from the Child Welfare system. Information, support groups, and individual support for foster families and adoptive families pre- and post-finalization is also available.

The Transition to Adoptive Parenthood Project (TAPP)

Abbie E. Goldberg, Ph.D.

Associate ProfessorDepartment of Psychology Clark University Worcester, MA 01610

+1 508-793-7289

agoldberg@clarku.edu
http://wordpress.clarku.edu/agoldberg/
The Transition to Adoptive Parenthood Project is aimed at exploring the transition to adoptive parenthood in a diverse group of families. We are asking you to help us understand your experiences as you prepare to become, and then become, parents. Your participation is very much needed and appreciated. Couples who participate in this project will be interviewed individually either in person or by phone during the pre-adoption period, and then again three months after the adoption. As a token of appreciation, you will be paid for your participation in this project. Please contact us for more information about the project.

Westchester County Dept of Social Services

112 E Post Road, Fifth Floor White Plains, NY 10601

+1 914-995-5303

http://socialservices.westchestergov.com/
The Department of Social Services provides training to prospective Foster and Adoptive parents. In addition supportive services and ongoing training is arranged for all of our foster parents as well as room & board. Post Adoption services are available to Adoptive parents as well.

You Gotta Believe! Learn about Adopting Teens

3114 Mermaid Avenue Brooklyn, NY 11224

+1 718-372-3003

Fax: 718-372-3033 
www.yougottabelieve.org

info@yougottabelieve.org
You Gotta Believe is the only NYC Metro organization that exclusively focuses on finding permanent families for young adults, teens, and pre-teens in foster care. You Gotta Believe is an agency that prevents homelessness by finding permanent parents for teens in New York State's foster care system. We want everyone to learn by taking our 10 week Adopting Older Kids And Youth (A-OKAY) classes given at 11 different locations in and around New York City every week. 

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Attorney and Mediators

ACLU Lesbian and Gay Rights Project

125 Broad Street, 18th Floor New York, NY 10004

+1 212-549-2500

https://www.aclu.org/

The LBGT Project fights discrimination and moves public opinion on LGBT rights through the courts, legislatures and public education.


Agarunov Law Firm

30 Broad St, 14th Fl New York, NY 10004

+1 212-920-5989

contact@agarunovlaw.com
www.agarunovlaw.com
Our attorneys specialize in the following practice areas: Litigation, Contracts, Licensing, Health Law, Real Estate Transactions, Bankruptcy, Labor & Employment, and Divorce & Family Law.

Albany County Bar Association

112 State Street, Suite 1120 Albany, NY 12207

Stacey Whiteley, executive director, swhiteley@albanycountybar.com

+1 518-445-7691

Fax: 518-445-7511 

acba@albanycountybar.com
www.albanycountybar.com
We are a not-for-profit association which primarily is a lawyer referral service for the Albany area. Attorneys agree to charge a reduced consultation fee and are kept on a rotating basis under the categories they practice.

American Civil Liberties Union

100 W. 10th Street, Suite 603 Wilmington, DE 19801

+1 302-654-3966 

admin@aclu-de.org
www.aclu-de.org
The ACLU-DE will take any legitimate action to defend basic rights and freedoms. We do not consider political views when determining which cases to defend. Our most urgent work is to defend:

  • Your First Amendment rights — freedom of speech, association and assembly; freedom of the press; and freedom of religion.
  • Your right to equal protection under the law —equal treatment regardless of race, sex, religion or national origin.
  • Your right to privacy — freedom from unwarranted government intrusion into your personal and private affairs.

We also work to extend rights to people who have traditionally been denied their rights: people of color; lesbians, gay men, bisexual and transgender individuals; women; mental-health patients; prisoners; and people with disabilities.

Ashcraft Franklin Young & Peters, LLP

150 Allen's Creek Road Rochester, NY 14618

+1 585-442-0540  ext: 307

Fax: 585-442-6889 

Gregory A. Franklin, Esq.

g.franklin@adoptionattorneys.org
www.afylaw.com

As adoption attorneys, we represent clients in domestic and international adoptions, and all aspects of assisted fertility and surrogacy relationships. We were among the first law firms in New York State to assist LGBT parents in co-parent and step-parent adoptions, and we are proud to represent clients in other areas as well, including wills and estate planning, real estate, family law and criminal matters.

Auto Accident Lawyer Rockland County

169 South Main Street #423 New York, NY 10956 - 55 Union Rd. Unit 211B Spring Valley NY 10977

+1 845-335-4345   

+1 845-520-5075

http://personalinjuryattorneyrocklandcounty.com/
personalinjuryattorney321@gmail.com
The Personal Injury Attorney specializing in car, truck and motorcycle crashes, medical malpractice, auto accidents, construction accidents and more in Rockland County.

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Bukh Law Firm, P.C.

14 Wall Street New York, NY 10005

Arkady Bukh info@nyccriminallawyer.com
www.nyccriminallawyer.com
Experienced New York LGBT-friendly criminal lawyers. Dealing mostly with high-profile Federal cases.

Cane & Boniface, PC

One Main Street, Suite 1 Nyack, NY 10960

+1 845-727-4000   Fax: 845-727-4023 
info@canelaw.net
http://www.caneboniface.com/
Legal planning for every family.  Comprehensive estate planning and estate settlement services, including wills, trusts, probate and estate tax planning. Gay-friendly, and, more importantly, gay-knowledgeable.Many of our clients live in Rockland, Westchester, Orange and Putnam counties in New York; New York City; Bergen County in New Jersey; or Fairfield County in Connecticut. For estate settlement, Cane & Boniface P.C. helps many out-of-state clients who need to settle estates within our jurisdictions - NY, NJ and CT.

Charles M. Sprock, Jr

Baldwin & Sutphen LLP 126 N Salina St Syracuse, NY 13202

+1 315-477-0100 ext. 16

Fax: 315-477-5071 
csprock@baslaw.com
Charles "Casey" Sprock specializes in adoption, real property and estate planning & administration. He also teaches at Syracuse University where he focuses on legal issues affecting the LGBTQ community. He and his staff have worked with female, male and straight couples helping them through adoptions in several different NYS counties. Casey welcomes the opportunity to help his fellow members of the LGBT community form and protect their families.

Community Dispute Resolution Center

Center Ithaca, 171 E. State St. Box 111, Ithaca, NY 14850

+1 607-273-9347   

Fax: 607-735-9828 

215 E. Church Street, Suite 103, Elmira, NY 14901

+1 607-734-9087   

Fax: 607-735-9828 

cdrc@cdrc.org

www.CDRC.org

Conflict happens to us anytime and anywhere and that can make life hard. Through mediation, CDRC can help you talk things out to increase clarity and understanding, help you define the next steps or facilitate agreements. No one likes being stuck in conflict, so give us a call. We can help!

Copps diPaola, PLLC

126 State Street, 6th Floor Albany, NY 12207

+1 518-436-4170

Fax: 518-436-1456 

Anne Reynolds Copps  arcopps@coppsdipaola.com

Casey Copps DiPaola   kdipaola@coppsdipaola.com

http://www.arcopps.net/contact
We provide comprehensive family legal services including adoption, name change, wills and estate planning and real estate closings. We have been happily representing LGBT individuals and families for 25 years.

Divorce Mediation Associates

47 Round Trail Drive Pittsford, NY 14534

+1 585-385-2448  

Fax: 585-381-4841 

Dolly Hinckley

info@divorcemediation-dolly.com
www.divorcemediation-dolly.com

Mediation is a cooperative goal-oriented process to help cohabiting couples structure, or restructure, their family and/or finances in a fair and responsible manner. Mediation can be used to define living together arrangements or to settle current troubling issues.

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Fabrizio Law Offices

84 Court Street Binghamton, NY 13901 and 103 Southside Drive, Owego, NY 13827
Jo A. Fabrizio, Esq.

+1 607-771-1984 

Fax: 607-722-2842 

ladylaw6@verizon.net
www.ladylaw.net
Legal services for Real Estate, Wills & Estates, Business Law, Family Law, Divorce, Child Custody and Child Support.

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Fellows & Hymowitz 

254 South Main Street New City, NY 10956

+1 845-639-9300  Fax: 845-634-3598

Robert L. Fellows, Esq.   lawyers@PILAW.com
www.pilaw.com
Law firm handling matters in areas of personal injury litigation, including all serious injury actions, wrongful death, product liability, medical malpractice, local & state claims and work site injuries who are experienced, compassionate & hard working and believe that "the right lawyers make a real difference".

Frank H. Hiscock Legal Aid Society

351 S. Warren St.,  Syracuse, NY 13202

+1 315-422-8191

+1 315-472-2819

Contact Person: Kathleen E. O'Hara  mail@hiscocklegalaid.org
www.hiscocklegalaid.org
Primarily for residents of Onondaga County, we provide representation to adults in mandated cases in Onondaga County Family Court. The major areas of representation in our general Civil Program are domestic relations, housing (primarily eviction proceedings) and unemployment. Appeals, parole, and extradition are assigned to us by the courts.

Greenberg Adoption

363 Seventh Ave Ste 400 New York, NY 10001

+1 703-209-3223  

Fax: 212-545-7406
cliff@greenbergadoption.com
www.greenbergadoption.com

Mr. Greenberg has been an adoption attorney in NYC since 1993. He is very proud of his work with same-sex couples and has recently completed a new children's book about a young girl's adoption by two loving mothers.
Mr. Greenberg does free lectures on how to navigate the adoption process throughout New York. He is the resident legal expert of the monthly Family Law Clinic at the LGBT Community Center in Greenwich Village.

The Harris Law Firm

30 Hempstead Avenue Rockville Centre, NY 11570

+1 526-569-2600 

Fax: 516-569-6331 

Sondra Harris

info@sharrislaw.com
www.sharrislaw.com
We provide family law services to the LGBT Community. These include cohabitation agreements, wills, and estate planning and divorce and custody litigation.

Law Office of Joyce Kauffman

231 Third Street Cambridge, MA 02142

+1 617-577-1505

Kauffman Crozier LLP
joyce@kauffmancrozier.com
www.kauffmancrozier.com
Law firm providing legal services to LGBT individuals and families in the areas of family law, guardianship, adoption, mediation, and estate planning.

Law Offices of Christine J. Klein

245 Saw Mill River Road, Suite 106 Hawthorne NY, 10532

+1 914-449-6749 

Fax: 914-931-4100

www.christinekleinlaw.com

Gay owned and operated law firm providing legal services in: Adoption, Reproductive Law, Family Law, Elder Law, Wills, Estate Planning, Real Estate and Personal Injury. My goal is to provide quality legal representation to our community and to protect the legal rights of our special families.

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Kanen Law Firm

90 Park Avenue 18th Floor New York, NY 10016

+1 212-922-9099

Contact Person: Albert Myburgh

Albie Myburgh focuses his practice on LGBT family law in New York City's five boroughs. He has extensive experience litigating and mediating same-sex divorces, pre-nups, adoptions, and child custody / support issues.

Krieger Law

Lawrence Krieger, Attorney

510 Clinton Square, Suite 5121 Rochester, NY 14604

+1 585-773-1991

kriegerlaw@outlook.com
https://www.linkedin.com/in/kriegerlaw
https://twitter.com/kriegerlaw
https://www.facebook.com/rochesternyattorney

Gay-friendly family law and general practice with a focus on co-parent adoption, domestic partnership, estate planning, name change and civil suits. Consultations by Skype also available after hours Please mention Pride and Joy Families when contacting us for expedited handling of your inquiry.

Lambda Legal

120 Wall Street, Suite 1500 New York, NY 10005-3904

+1 212-809-8585 F

ax: 212 809-0055 
www.lambdalegal.org

Lambda Legal is a national organization committed to achieving full recognition of the civil rights of lesbians, gay men, bisexuals, transgender people and those with HIV through impact litigation, education and public policy work.

Legal Aid Society of Mid-New York (LASMNY)

19 Chenango Street, Ste 201 Binghamton, NY 13901

+1 607-231-5900  Fax: 607-724-7211 
www.lasmny.org
Provides free legal representation and counseling in civil matters to low-income, elderly and disabled people residing in thirteen upstate counties, where such intervention may offer a solution to a problem that impacts on the preservation of the client's home, economic stability, or health and physical safety. Applicants who are over-income for these services, or whose representation may involve class action or lobbying may be referred to Legal Services of Central New York. These two organizations work cooperatively in client service as the Justice Alliance of Mid-New York.

Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Law Association of Greater New York(LeGaL)

799 Broadway, #340 New York, NY 10003

+1 212-353-9118   
info@le-gal.org    

Walk in legal clinics and referral service to private practice attorneys. Sponsor of annual LGBT Law Conference and summer internship program. Publisher of Lesbian/Gay Law Notes.

Law Office of Emanuel N. Mouganis

62 Main Street Brockport, NY 14420

+1 585-637-2123 

Fax: 585-637-6085 

http://esqny.com
emouganis@aol.com

The Law Office of Emanuel N. Mouganis will provide you with experienced and aggressive representation that will protect your rights, serve your best interests and represent you with the integrity and professionalism you deserve. Emanuel N. Mouganis, Esq. has represented citizens seeking justice through litigation in both civil and criminal cases. Our criminal practice consists of representing persons in criminal defense, including DWI/DUI cases, and, traffic violations. Our civil practice strives to meet the varied legal needs of our clients, providing attentive and experienced legal representation in areas of family law and divorce, and a variety of personal injury claims.

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Law Offices of Laurie B. Goldheim

20 Old Nyack Turnpike Suite 300 Nanuet, NY 10954

+1 845-624-2727 

Fax: 845-624-8400

lgoldheim@adoptionrights.com
www.adoptionrights.com
The Law Offices of Laurie B. Goldheim is dedicated exclusively to the practice of adoption law. Ms. Goldheim is a member of the American Academy of Adoption Attorneys and was honored by the Congressional Coalition on Adoption Institute as a 2007 Angel in Adoption. Ms. Goldheim specializes in all types of adoptions including private domestic adoptions, agency assisted adoptions and finalizations, and finalizations of international adoption placements. She routinely represents people in adult adoptions, second parent adoptions, foster care adoptions, and re-adoptions of international adoptions that finalized outside of the United States.

Marcus W. Kroll, Esq. Harter Secrest & Emery

1600 Bausch & Lomb Place Rochester, NY 14604

+1 585-231-1173                 

mkroll@hselaw.com

www.hselaw.com
Comprehensive Domestic Relations and Estate Planning services for the LGBT community. Marcus has spent time learning the unique issues and crafting custom solutions for today's modern families.

Mediation Network of Syracuse

1940 Valley Drive Syracuse, NY 13207

+1 315-492-1082

rheilma1@twcny.rr.com

www.syracusemediation.com
We provide mediation services for family issues without regard to marital status, thereby extending services to individuals and couples who do not have access to the courts or prefer not to use the court system. Individual, couple, and family counseling are also available.

Melissa B. Brisman, Esq., LLC  Reproductive Attorney

1 Paragon Drive, Suite 158 Montvale, NJ 07645

+1 212-729-1632     

Fax: 201-505-0097 

info@reproductivelawyer.com
www.reproductivelawyer.com
Our law firm focuses our services in all aspects of reproductive law including but not limited to gestational surrogacy, embryo, ovum and sperm donation, co-parent and second parent adoptions, and pre-birth parentage orders. Attorney Brisman has argued and won many landmark cases for both heterosexual and same-sex couples. We also draft contracts and other documents for numerous types of reproductive arrangements. Licensed to practice in NY, NJ, PA and MA.

National Center for Lesbian Rights (NCLR)

870 Market Street, Suite 370 San Francisco, CA 94102

+1 (415) 392-6257  

Fax: 415-392-8442 

Washington D.C. Office

1100 H Street, NW Suite 540 Washington, DC 20005

+1 202-734-3545

info@NCLRights.org
www.NCLRights.org

Founded in 1977, the National Center for Lesbian Rights (NCLR) is this country's only lesbian, feminist, multicultural, national legal resource and advocacy organization with a primary focus on advancing the legal rights of lesbians and their families. Through precedent-setting litigation, public policy advocacy, free legal advice and counseling, and community education NCLR helps create a world in which all lesbians can live fully, free from discrimination. NCLR's family law, youth, immigration, and elder law projects benefit lesbians and gay men, and bisexual and transgendered individuals throughout the United States.

New York Civil Liberties Union (ACLU)

Every New Yorker deserves the same rights and protections under the law. The NYCLU is a leader in protecting and fighting for the rights of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people. The denial of rights and protections to LGBT individuals and their families fundamentally undermines the freedom of all New Yorkers. The NYCLU works on a local and state-wide level. We use a multi-pronged strategy of litigation, legislation, community organizing and public education, including trainings and hosting events.

731 James Street, Suite 205 Syracuse, NY 13203

+1 315-471-2821

Interim Director: Yusuf Abdul-Qadir yabdulqadir@nyclu.org

For Information & Legal Assistance: cnyintake@nyclu.org

The Central New York Chapter, founded in 1963, is the official voice of the NYCLU in the region. The chapter serves Onondaga, Madison, Oneida, Seneca, Oswego, Cortland and Cayuga counties. Our office in Syracuse receives daily requests for advice, information, referral and legal assistance. A committee of volunteer attorneys works with the chapter director to review and assess requests for legal assistance.

90 State Street, Room 518 Albany, NY 12207

+1 518-436-8594      mtrimble@nyclu.org

The Chapter receives no governmental funding and is supported by individual contributions, grants from foundations, and more than 2,800 dues-paying NYCLU members in Albany, Rensselaer, Schenectady, Saratoga, Washington, Warren, Columbia and Greene counties.

297 Knollwood Road, Suite 217 White Plains, NY 10607

+1 914-997-7479   lowerhudsonvalley@nyclu.org

The Lower Hudson Valley Chapter of the New York Civil Liberties Union serves Westchester, Putnam, Dutchess, Rockland, Orange, Sullivan and Ulster counties.

121 N. Fitzhugh Street Rochester, NY 14614

+1 585-454-4334       geneseevalley@nyclu.org

The Genesee Valley Chapter of the New York Civil Liberties Union serves the following counties: Genesee, Livingston, Monroe, Ontario, Orleans, Steuben, Wayne, Wyoming and Yates. Our mission is to defend and promote the fundamental principles and values embodied in the Bill of Rights, the U.S. Constitution, and the New York Constitution.

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Provda Law Firm

40 Wall Street 11 Floor New York, NY 10005

+1 212-671-0936      info@nydivorcefirm.com
http://nydivorcefirm.com
Experienced family law attorneys who are not only LGBT friendly, but also provide same-sex divorce legal services.

Find out more at - http://nydivorcefirm.com/divorce/gay-divorce-attorney/

Robin Abrahamson Masson, Attorney at Law

120 East Buffalo Street Ithaca, New York 14850

+1 607-273-7200

Fax: 607-273-7240

law@massonlaw.com
www.massonlaw.com
Providing professional and compassionate legal services in adoption, estate planning, domestic partnerships, real estate, probate, elder law, small businesses, and collaborative family law. Free ½ hour initial consultation for new clients.

Osburn Law Offices

133 Main Street Binghamton, NY 13905

+1 607-348-0433 

Fax: 607-348-0392 

Judith Osburn

jeolaw@stny.rr.com

Osburn Law Offices is a small general practice law firm with attorneys who practice in the areas of matrimonial law, family law, real estate, estates and criminal law.

Q Law: The LGBTQ Law Association of CNY

Mary Traynor, Esq

+1 315-263-0787

LGBTQLawyersCNY@gmail.com

Works to eliminate homophobia and transphobia in the justice system; promote LGBTQ legal professionals in central New York; educate the legal community and the public on LGBTQ-specific legal issues; and support judges who support equal civil rights for LGBTQ persons. We serve LGBTQ attorneys, paralegals, legal advocates, law students, court employees, and all others in the legal profession throughout Central New York.

Resolutions

31 Poe Road Princeton, NJ 08540

+1 609-921-9021  

Fax: 609-921-2255 
juliedenny@resolutionsforyou.com

www.resolutionsforyou.com

Mediation and related dispute resolution services for couples, neighbors, colleagues or friends. People talk. People listen. Things change.

Rumbold & Seidelman, LLP

116 Kraft Avenue, Suite 3 Bronxville, NY 12582

Denise E. Seidelman, Esq.
Nina E. Rumbold, Law Partner to the Director

+1 914-779-1050

Fax: 914-931-1786 
dseidelman@adoptionlawny.com
www.adoptionlawny.com
Rumbold & Seidelman practices exclusively in the area of adoption and reproductive law. We are members of the National LGBT Bar Association Family Law Institute, the American Academy of Adoption Attorneys, the American Academy of Assisted Reproductive Technology Attorneys, and the American Society for Reproductive Medicine. Participation in the LGBT Family Law Institute is by invitation only and the Institute's purpose is to allow experienced LGBT family law practitioners to discuss legal strategies which will benefit members of the LBGT community on wide range of family law issue issues, including those relating to family formation.

We are admitted to practice in both New York and New Jersey and we practice in many courts throughout both states. Our emphasis is on personal attention to our clients. We have represented hundreds of clients to adopt or place their children with integrity and love. We also concentrate our practice in the evolving field of reproductive law and have counseled Intended Parents, Egg, Sperm, Embryo Donors and Gestational Carriers in collaborative reproduction arrangements.

Our law practice reflects our understanding that our work is first and foremost about creating families. We believe that our practice should be non-adversarial and cooperative. It should be dedicated to building secure family relationships that benefit all members of the adoption triad or participants in collaborative reproduction. We know our clients are making decisions and choices that will impact them for life. It is our job to listen to and guide our clients based on our knowledge and expertise.

Sally Fisher Curran

Cornell Law School
148 Myron Taylor Hall
Ithaca, NY 14853-4901

(607) 255-4196

sfc63@cornell.edu

Sally Curran is the Executive Director of the Volunteer Lawyers Project of Onondaga County, Inc. (OnVLP), a pro bono legal services organization serving low-income people throughout Central New York. She has guided OnVLP through a spin off into an independent nonprofit, major technology upgrades, and expansion, including new programming to address immigration, family matters, LGBT rights, homeless needs and reentry work.

Susan L. English, Esq. Coughlin & Gerhart, LLP

99 Corporate Drive Binghamton, NY 13904

+1 607-821-2202  

senglish@cglawoffices.com
www.cglawoffices.com

Shaltiel Law Group, LLC

417 North Cayuga St Ithaca, NY 14850

+1 607-273-3332     

Fax: 607-261-1333 

Yifat Shaltiel, Esq.

info@yslawgroup.com
http://www.yslawgroup.com

Shaltiel Law Group is an established law firm with a commitment to providing quality legal services while paying meticulous attention to our clients needs. Our founding member attorney, Yifat Shaltiel, specializes in assisted reproductive law, adoption law, and estate law. Yifat has been an attorney since 2004 and is licensed in New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania.

Shrybman Law Offices, PC

14800 Athey Road Burtonsville, MD 20866-1602

+1 800-277-4004     +1 301-421-0085     Fax: 301-421-9008 

James A. Shrybman, Esq.

shrybmanlaw@gmail.com
www.shrybman.com
www.surrogacy-solutions.com
Surrogacy solutions. Legal and agency in one. Free hotline. Low Cost. 20 years experience. Adoption and surrogacy.

Sylvia Rivera Law Project

147 West 24th St New York, NY 10011  

+1 212-337-8550 

info@srlp.org
www.srlp.org
Provides access to free, quality, respectful, affirming legal services for low-income transgender, intersex, and gender non-conforming people.

Thaler and Thaler

309 North Tioga Street  Ithaca, NY 14851-0266

+1 607-272-2314 

Fax: 607-272-8466 

Katrina Thaler Medeiros

ktmedeiros@thalerandthaler.com
www.thalerandthaler.com
An established and growing law firm committed to providing excellent client service by using innovative and aggressive strategies designed to effectively achieve successful results. We are a general practice firm, but have expertise in numerous areas including adoptions, custody matters, estate planning, labor and employment and other areas which are particularly important to the gay and lesbian community. I have done many same sex adoptions in Tompkins and Chemung counties.

Transgender Legal Defense & Education Fund

20 West 20th Street Suite 705 New York, NY 10011
Michael Silverman

+1 646-862-9396  

Fax: 914-930-5654 
info@transgenderlegal.org
www.transgenderlegal.org
Transgender Legal Defense & Education Fund is committed to ending discrimination based upon gender identity and expression and to achieving equality for transgender people through public education, test-case litigation, direct legal services, community organizing and public policy efforts.

Tracy's Law Office

15 South Main Street, Suite 103 Oneonta, NY 13820

+1 607-432-6959   

Fax: 607-264-9094

Dennis B. Laughlin, Esquire

http://donovanlaughlin.com
lgbtq@donovanlaughlin.com

Tracy's Law Office provides legal services meeting the needs of your family. We fully understand and respect members of the LGBTQ community. Too often attorneys view people different if they fall under the LGBTQ umbrella, treat people and their problems differently. Our view is that you have a legal matter (such as a Divorce or Custody battle) - so what if you fall under the LGBTQ umbrella. Everyone should be treated as a person independent of factors of race, gender, gender identify, sexual preference. Let our office help you through your legal issues.

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Childcare and Schools


The Compass Schools

9370 Waterstone Blvd Cincinnati, Oh 45249

+1 513-683-8833

Compass.Cincinnati@gmail.com
www.thecompassschool.com

Offering progressive full & part-time infant, toddler, 2's, & preschool programs, as well as Kindergarten, After School & summer camp programs for school age children. Reggio- Inspired Philosophy.

Cultural Care Au Pair

+1 315-446-2965

www.culturalcare.com
Cultural Care Au Pair, CCAP, is a Boston-based agency that matches families with highly qualified 18-26 year old female and male au pairs (APs) from all over the world. APs are caring and committed, adventurous and educated. They are eager to experience American culture while sharing their own with others. In exchange for the privilege of living in the home of the host families (HFs), APs provide up to 45 hours per week of personalized and loving childcare.

EduKids Early Childhood Centers

3585 Seneca Street West Seneca, NY 14224

Kathleen Cassin Donato

Multiple locations throughout Western New York
Administrative office:

+1 716-675-6881   

Fax: 716-675-4599

www.edukidsinc.com
High quality child care, preschool, and NAEYC accredited kindergarten readiness programs. Western New York's largest private provider serving children six weeks through school age. Vacation and holiday camps also provided.

InterExchange Au Pair USA

100 Wall Street, Suite 301 New York, NY 10005

+1 800-287-2477  

Fax: 1-212-924-0575

aupairinfo@interexchange.org

https://www.interexchange.org/au-pair-usa/
Au Pair USA is one of the oldest and trusted State Department Designated au pair agencies in the United States. Our experienced and loving au pairs are well screened and can provide up to 45 hours of childcare in your home for less than $320 per week.

Ithaca Montessori School

12 Ascot Place Ithaca, NY 14850
Kristin Campagnolo

+1 607-266-0788 

Fax: 607-266-0887
admin@ithacamontessori.org
www.ithacamontessori.org
MS is a private, nonprofit school providing more than 100 children with a Montessori education. We have served families in Ithaca, NY and the surrounding communities for more than 45 years.

Kidz Korner Childcare Center

3770 Carman Road Schenectady, NY 12303

+1 518-688-0895  

Fax: 518-688-0452

Kidz Korner learning center is designed to provide the opportunities for children to build self-esteem, self confidence, and positive relationships. Our goal is to provide all of the children in our care with a clean, safe, comfortable, loving environment where they can play and learn.

Namaste Montessori School

1608 Trumansburg Road Ithaca, NY 14850

l+1 607-272-0515  

Fax: 607-272-0511
info@namastemontessorischool.com

www.namastemontessorischool.com

Namaste Montessori School provides toddler, primary/preschool, and elementary programs for children ages eighteen months through 12 years old in Ithaca, New York and the surrounding areas. Namaste Montessori School's mission is to guide each student on their path of development by providing a carefully prepared environment, which nurtures the mind, body, and spirit of each individual.

New Roots Charter School

P.O. Box 936, Ithaca, NY 14851

+1 607-882-9220
info@newrootsschool.org                          www.newrootsschool.org

New Roots Charter School is a public high school in Ithaca, NY. Any student eligible to attend public school in NY can attend and there is no selection process or tuition. New Roots offers a hands-on, interdisciplinary approach with a focus on sustainability and social justice.

Northern Light Learning Center

Cayuga St Ithaca, NY 14850

Zarra Leonard:   leolaz@frontiernet.net

+1 607-542-9892

http://nllchs.org/

https://www.facebook.com/NorthernLightLearningCenter

Northern Light is a Cooperative Homeschool Learning Center located in Ithaca, NY. We serve families with homeschooled children of all ages.
NLLC is a place to learn new things, hang out with friends, share your talents and interests with others, and make use of shared learning resources. Our community-based learning center is a place to connect with mentors, learn about the many resources our wider community has to offer, and to give and get support from other families who are also growing and learning together.

Rockland Country Day School

34 Kings Hwy Congers, NY 10920

+1 845-268-6802 ext. 205 

Fax: 845-268-4644

Tricia Mayer - Admissions Coordinator
www.rocklandcds.org                                     tmayer@rocklandcds.org

Located on a sprawling 20-acre campus in Congers, New York, Rockland Country Day School is a co-educational school, serving students in pre-kindergarten through 12th grade. The School's intimate academic setting fosters an atmosphere where teachers focus on students, never neglecting the importance of the individual. The mission of the School is to enhance students' critical thinking skills and to develop their creative expression. RCDS introduces students to a unique and diverse learning environment where they can thrive both academically and socially. RCDS offers a rigorous yet supportive curriculum to suit all age levels, with Advanced Placement courses and an exceptional college placement program. In addition, there are a multitude of extracurricular opportunities outside of the classroom.

Stepping Stones Preschool

208 East Buffalo St Ithaca, NY 14850

https://www.facebook.com/Stepping-Stones-Preschool-135091128513/

http://www.steppingstonesithaca.com/

+1 607-351-9533

Marne Honigbaum

steppingstones@twcny.rr.com

Conveniently located in downtown Ithaca. Students are able to explore the community in which they live! Offering a traditional Montessori curriculum where children love to LEARN, LAUGH, and PLAY!

TYKES (Theatre Young Kids Enjoy)

1200 Edgewood avenue, Rochester, NY 14618

Contact person: Freyda Schneider

+1 585-461-2000     

https://www.facebook.com/TYKEsTheatre

At TYKEs, we promise you the most spectacular children's theatre in town, a warm and child-friendly atmosphere, and great convenience too.

Community Resources

A New Hope Center
20 Church Street
Owego, NY 13827
Contact person: Jean Caporal (counselor/advocate)
607-687-6866
800-696-7600 -24-hour hotline
jeanc@anewhopecenter.org
www.anewhopecenter.org
A New Hope Center is a domestic violence, crime victims, and sexual assault services organization providing support, counseling and advocacy to Tioga County and beyond. ANHC provides community education programs and training for interested groups and professionals on topics of family violence, batterer programs, hate crimes, date violence/rape, and child secual assault, child abuse, elder abuse, and crisis intervention. ANHC operates a 24 hr. crisis hotline and shelters surivors of domestic violence. 8/14

Advocacy Center of Tompkins County
PO Box 164
Ithaca, NY 14851
Contact person: Heather Campbell, Education Director

Phone: 24-hour hotline 607-277-5000

Office: 607-77-3203

Fax: 607-277-4003
info@theadvocacycenter.org
www.theadvocacycenter.org
The Advocacy Center provides supportive services to youth and adults in Tompkins County NY who have experienced intimate partner violence or sexual violence. Services include: 24 hour hotline, emotional support, help with police or courts, Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner Program, and emergency shelter. All services are free.
7/13

African Ancestral Lesbians United for Social Change
208 W. 13th St
New York, NY 10011
Contact person: Candice Boyce
718-715-2613
AALUSCE1974@gmail.com
African Ancestral Lesbians United for Social Change is an organization committed to the education and empowerment of women of African descent. The organization's overall mission is to awaken the spiritual power of African Ancestral women, provide educational tools for the development of progressive thinking, empower African Ancestral women to become advocates for economic, educational, health and political change, provide resources and referrals for various needs, and provide opportunities for social and cultural interaction with all women consisting of: dances, theater, cultural events, poetry readings, conferences, festivals, music, plays and more.
4/10

AIDS Care
259 Monroe Avenue
Rochester, NY 14607
585-442-2220
www.everybodysgood.com
AIDS Care leads a compassionate community effort within the Rochester & Finger Lakes region providing a complete continuum of programs and services including HIV-related medical care, education, prevention, advocacy and support services for people infected with and affected by HIV/AIDS.
11/09

Albany Community Action Partnership
Kathleen Cloutier, Executive Director
333 Sheridan Ave
Albany, NY 12206
518-463-3175
Kcloutier@albanycap.org
www.albanycap.org
Albany Community Action Partnership (Albany CAP) provides supportive services to the income eligible (per program) community in Albany County. Programs include Early Childhood Education (Head Start, Child Care and the Family Court Children's Center), energy services, housing rehabilitation, food pantry, volunteer income tax assistance (VITA), employment services, HEAP certification, in addition to individualized and confidential strategic case management and a network of community partners.
11/09

Ali Forney Center
321 W. 125th Street
New York, NY 10027
Contact person: Joey Lopez
212-206-0574
Fax: 212-206-7461 
jlopez@aliforneycenter.org
www.aliforneycenter.org
Our mission is to help homeless LGBT youth be safe and become independent as they move from adolescence to adulthood.
7/15

Unmarried Equality
7149 Rivol Road
West Hills, CA 91307
347-987-1068
Contact person: Sarah Wright, Board Chair
ue@unmarried.org
www.unmarried.org/
The Alternatives to Marriage Project (AtMP) advocates for equality and fairness for unmarried people, including people who are single, choose not to marry, cannot marry, or live together before marriage. We provide support and information for this fast-growing constituency, fight discrimination on the basis of marital status, and educate the public and policymakers about relevant social and economic issues. We believe that marriage is only one of many acceptable family forms, and that society should recognize and support healthy relationships in all their diversity. AtMP is a national 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.
7/15

Angel Names Association
PO Box 423
Saratoga Springs, NY 12866
Contact person: Michelle Mosca
518-654-2411
mgmosca@msn.com
www.angelnames.org
ANA assists families across the country who have experienced the tragedy of stillbirth. Programs include Securing End-of-Life Expenses, Grief Recovery Assistance Program, End Stillbirth Fund, Care Cards, ANA Happenings, Memory Boxes, Grief Education Programs, Lending Library, and an annual Memorial Walk for all who have been touched by the loss of a child through miscarriage, stillbirth, SIDS, infant or child death.
7/13

APICHA
Asian and Pacific Islander Coalition on HIV/Aids
400 Broadway
New York, NY 10013
Contact persons: Robert Murayama/Jarron Magallanes
646-744-0996
Fax: 646-334-7956 
jmagallanes@apicha.org
www.apicha.org
APICHA's mission is to combat HIV/AIDS stigma and related discrimination, to prevent the spread of the HIV/AIDS pandemic in the Asian and Pacific Islander (A&PI) communities, and to provide care and treatment for A &PIs living with HIV/AIDS and their families.
4/10

Auburn LGBTQ Youth Support Group
Auburn, NY
315-701-2422
auburnyouthgroup@yahoo.com
Meets the first and third Wednesdays of the month from 6-8pm.
5/11

Audre Lorde Project
85 South Oxford St, 3rd Fl
Brooklyn, NY 11217
Contact person: Kris Hayashi
718-596-0342
Fax: 718-596-1328 
Khayashi@alp.org
www.alp.org
The Audre Lorde Project is a Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Two Spirit, Trans and Gender Non Conforming People of Color center for community organizing, focusing on the New York City area. Through mobilization, education and capacity-building, we work for community wellness and progressive social and economic justice. Committed to struggling across differences, we seek to responsibly reflect, represent and serve our various communities.
4/10

Autism Society-Central NY Chapter
Sally Colletti
4465 E. Genesee Street, PMB 252
Dewitt, NY 13214
315-447-4466 - Syracuse
607-754-9694 - Binghamton
syracuseinfo@cnyasa.org
www.cnyasa.org
Group of parents and professionals dedicated to improving the quality of life for individuals with autism. Bi-monthly meetings in Binghamton and Syracuse.
9/27/07

The Bridge, Inc.
PO Box 2599
Glens Falls, NY 12801
518-338-3884
518-792-7497
the_bridge_12801@yahoo.com
www.thebridgelgbtcc.org
The Bridge (LGBTCC), Inc. is a registered not-for-profit LGBTQ community Health and Human Service agency offering a number of social programs and referrals.
11/25/08

Bronx Community Pride Center
448 E 149th St. 3rd Floor
Bronx, NY 10455
718-292-4368
Fax: 718-292-4999
dmccord@bronxpride.org
www.bronxpride.org
As the only LGBT organization in the Bronx, we offer a safe haven for youth who face ostracism, a forum for community organizing, a social network for LGBT individuals of all ages and critical, direct services such as case management, social service referrals, health care information and educational programming.
5/12

CANDLE
Community Awareness Network For A Drug-Free Life And Environment, Inc.
120 North Main St, Suite 301
New City, NY 10956
Contact person: Larry Tantay
845-634-6677 ext. 20
Fax: 845-639-0951
ltantay@candlerockland.org or youthpride@candlerockland.org
www.candlerockland.org/youthpride
CANDLE's mission is to prevent substance abuse and violence among youth. CANDLE's goal is to improve the health and climate of our schools and our communities by providing prevention education and resistance strategies to youth and their adult allies, and support programs for young people at risk. Through its Youth Pride Initiative, CANDLE offers supportive and affirming groups for LGBTQ youth and their allies.
7/15

Care Manage For All – Care Management Service
Upstate New York Region
Contact person: Kim Evanoski MPA, LMSW
caremanageforall@gmail.com
www.caremanageforall.info
Sometimes having a professional partner to talk to makes it easier when you are looking for resources or making care planning decisions.
Care Manage For All offers two services to assist you in your care work:
1. Consultation
2. Education/Referral Services
Professional qualifications/credentials are provided through CareManageForAll.info websites via LinkedIn.
Member of the National Association of Professional Geriatric Care Managers.
Member of the National Association of Social Workers.
To work together as care partners and about service fees, email caremanageforall@gmail.com with your full name, phone number and email address.
7/13

Catholic Charities AIDS Services
Keith Brown
100 Slingerland Street
Albany, NY 12202
518-449-3581
Fax: 518-426-3662 
keithb@ccaalbany.org
www.ccaidsalbany.org
Provides case management, syringe access and exchange services, support services, and emergency financial assistance to individuals with or at risk of HIV/AIDS and their families. Services delivered without regard to religion, sexual orientation, race, ethnicity, income, or family structure. Offices located in Albany, Schenectady, Amsterdam and Oneonta.
5/13

Center for LGBT Education, Outreach, & Services
Ithaca College
953 Danby Road
Ithaca, NY 14850
Contact person: Lis Maurer
lmaurer@ithaca.edu
http://www.ithaca.edu/lgbt
The Center for LGBT Education, Outreach, and Services actively fosters the academic success and personal growth of LGBT students, and it offers college-wide services to enhance the campus community's understanding and appreciation of LGBT people and themes. A variety of the Center's events throughout the year are free and open to the public.
7/13

Center Lane
845 N. Broadway, Suite 2
White Plains, NY 10603
Contact person: Erica Asher
914-761-0600
Fax: 914-948-2987 
easher@wjcs.com
www.centerlaneny.org
Center Lane provides a safe-haven that fosters a positive sense of self, reduces isolation and addresses high-risk behaviors in lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning youth and their straight allies ages 14-21. The program provides emotional and social support through fun, educational, age-appropriate activities. Center Lane offers individual, group, and family counseling, educational and recreational activities, a youth leadership program, social events and dances, an annual Gay Prom and so much more.
4/10

Children and Youth Services Council
www.cyscbroome.org
The Children and Youth Services Council arose from efforts of local agencies collaborating to provide an effective youth service delivery system in Broome County, New York. CYSC has been in existence since 1984. It is still our mission today to provide a forum for inter-agency collaboration, communication and connection among professionals serving youth and families of Broome County.
9/15 

COLAGE
Children of Lesbians and Gays Everywhere
1550 Bryant Street, Suite 830
San Francisco, CA 94103
415-861-5437
colage@colage.org
www.colage.org
A support and advocacy group run by and for daughters and sons of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender parents. They have newsletters, local groups, email lists, national conferences, pen pals, an extensive website, and more.
2/10

Cornell LGBT Resource Center
626 Thurston Avenue – 3rd Floor
Cornell University
Ithaca, NY 14853
607-255-4406
lgbtrc@cornell.edu
www.lgbtrc.cornell.edu
The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender (LGBT) Resource Center coordinates the efforts of the entire Cornell community to ensure the inclusion of all lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, questioning, intersex, and asexual (LGBTQQIA) individuals and works to eliminate discrimination based upon sexual orientation, gender identity or expression. The LGBT Resource Center affirms LGBTQQIA+ identities and lives, and provides education, outreach, advocacy, and support. The LGBT Resource Center is also the home of over 20 undergraduate and graduate student organizations and serves as a community center and gathering space for LGBTQQIA+ students, staff and faculty. Allies are always welcome!
8/15

Cortland LGBT Resource Center
73 Main St
Cortland, NY 13045
607-756-8970
Fax: 607-756-0058 
CortlandLGBTCenter@gmail.com
Services at the Cortland LGBT Resource Center include: resource referrals to LGBT safe and sensitive services, educational trainings, youth and family support services, support groups, advocacy and legal referrals, collaborations with businesses to create LGBT friendly services, and LGBT community event planning.
7/13

Creating A Family
North Carolina
828-862-8200
info@creatingafamily.com
www.creatingafamily.com
Creating a Family is a national infertility & adoption education and support nonprofit. Their mission is to provide support and unbiased information before, during and after adoption or fertility treatment to help create strong families.​ National in scope, with offices in North Carolina and the radio station in New York City.
7/15

The Crisis Line, Suicide Prevention and Crisis Service
124 East Court Street
Ithaca, NY 14850
607-272-1616
Business: 607-272-1505
info@suicidepreventionandcrisisservice.org
www.suicidepreventionandcrisisservice.org
24-hour telephone counseling, confidential and anonymous, by caring, comprehensively trained volunteers.
7/13

The Cube
208 State Street
Binghamton, NY 13901
607-651-9175
info@thecubebinghamton.org
thecubebinghamton.org
The Cube is a LGBTQ Community Center that houses a community building project for Gay, Bisexual, Queer, Questioning, and other Men who have Sex with Men in the Southern Tier of New York.
11/09

DiversityBuilder—Your Referral Network
PO Box 3614
Brentwood, TN 37024
615-823-1717
info@diversitybuilder.com
www.diversitybuilder.com
Online diversity business directory and customized searches locate gay-friendly doctors, dentists, businesses nationwide free of charge. Visit their website or contact the Diversity Research Team at info@diversitybuilder.com to receive your free confidential referral. Diversity, harassment, and workplace LGBTQIA training at http://www.diversitybuilder.com/diversity_training.php.
7/15

Empire State Pride Agenda
126 State St, 4th Floor
Albany, NY 12207
518-472-3330
Fax: 518-472-3334 
16 West 22nd St.
New York, NY 10010
212-627-0305
Fax: 212-627-4136 
prideagenda@prideagenda.org
www.prideagenda.org
Statewide non-partisan lesbian and gay political advocacy organization. Works to end discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation by lobbying elected officials, electing supportive candidates, mobilizing constituent pressure at the local level, and educating the public.
11/10

Esther Brill Partner Dance
17 Ericsson St
Rochester, NY 14610
585-721-8684
Contact person: Esther Brill
ebrill@frontiernet.net
www.estherbrillpartnerdance.com
ESTHER BRILL offers social dance instruction - private lessons and group classes - for individuals and couples to learn a variety of partner dances: "survival" Social dancing, Wedding dance, Swing, Louisiana Cajun/Zydeco, Honky Tonk (two-step, waltz, blues).
7/13

Expressing Our Nature
eonsyr@yahoo.com
www.eonsyr.net
We are a non-profit community service organization for the Transgendered Community in Upstate N.Y. We offer Advocacy, Support, Friendship and Personal Growth for FTM's, MTF's, Crossdressers, Transsexuals, their Friends and Families.
1/10

Families Like Ours, Inc.
PO Box 2311
Seattle, WA 98111
1 877-230-3055
www.familieslikeours.org
Families Like Ours is a nonprofit support service for alternative families through adoption. We are not an adoption office, nor a legal firm but a support center and community for those who have already adopted and those who are seeking adoption. In an effort to provide community support, everything is live on the net 24 hours a day at our website. There you will find live chat with other parents and professionals, message boards, adoption information, state and legal resources, family stories, and other helpful resources. This service is community driven, meaning it changes and forms to fit the needs of parents. The one stop place for all your links and resources for adoptive gay and lesbian parents.
2/10

Family Acceptance Project
Cesar E Chavez Institute
San Francisco State University
1600 Holloway Ave #PP750
San Francisco, CA 94103
Contact person: Caitlin Ryan, director
415-522-5558
fap@sfsu.edu
www.familyproject.sfsu.edu/
The Family Acceptance Project (FAP) is a research, education, intervention and policy initiative to promote family support and well-being for LGBT children and adolescents. FAP has conducted the first study of how family acceptance and rejection affects health, mental health and well-being for LGBT young people. FAP is developing research-based family and provider education materials and a new evidence-based family approach to wellness, prevention and care to reduce risk and promote well-being for ethnically diverse LGBT children and youth.
2/11 

Family Equality Council
PO Box 206
Boston, MA 02133
617-502-8700
Fax: 617-502-8701
info@familyequality.org
director@familyequality.org
www.familyequality.org
Through advocacy, support and educational activities, advances the wellbeing of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender parents and their families. Promotes positive public policy for families of LGBT people. Provides written guide to starting local LGBT parenting groups.
7/13

Family Resource Network
46 Oneida St.
Oneonta, NY 13820
Phone: 607-432-0001
Fax: 607-432-5516
http://www.familyrn.org/
Individuals with special needs deserve every opportunity to achieve their unique potential. The Family Resource Network was founded by parents to enhance the lives of individuals with special needs and their families, empowering them to lead productive independent lives within the community. We want to make our community a better place through education and the enlisting of our citizens to bring services to those in need. We accomplish our mission through our core values. We have been a vital part of our community for a number of years. We were founded to serve a growing segment of our community in need of inaccessible services. We have continued to grow with the help of our donors and volunteers that make our mission possible. Through all these years our purpose still remains the same: bring services to those in need.
9/15

Fenway Community Health
LGBT Family & Parenting Services
1340 Boylston St.
Boston, MA 02215
617-927-6243
Fax: 617-247-3460 
lcoolidge@fenwayhealth.org
www.fenwayhealth.org
LGBT Family and Parenting Services organizes education, support, and advocacy activities for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender prospective parents, parents, and children. These include The Alternative Insemination Program, LGBT Considering Parenting group, LGBT Parenting Workshops, and more.
7/15

Fortunate Families
136 Everett Road
Albany, NY 12205
Contact person: Holly Cargill-Cramer
518-694-5508
Fax: 518-514-1510 
info@fortunatefamilies.com
www.fortunatefamilies.com
Fortunate Families is a national organization that serves as a resource and networking ministry with Catholic parents of LGBT daughters and sons. Fortunate Families offers a regular newsletter and extensive website resources, as well as retreats, presentations and support and affirmation for parents seeking justice for their loved ones.
7/15

Gay & Lesbian Switchboard
PO Box 1312
Ronkonoma, NY 11779
Contact person: Vinnie Sperruzzi
631-665-3700
vinnys1@optonline.net
www.glsbli.com
Information, Peer Counseling and Referrals. Serving the Gay, Lesbian, Bi-Sexual and Transgender Population of Nassau and Suffolk Counties. Call (631) 665-3700 Weekdays 7-10 p.m.
4/10

Gay Alliance of the Genesee Valley
875 E. Main Street, Suite 500
Rochester, NY 14605
Contact person: Tristan Wright
585-244-8640
Fax: 585-244-8246 
info@gayalliance.org
www.gayalliance.org
The Gay Alliance of the Genesee Valley is dedicated to cultivating a healthy, inclusive environment where individuals of all sexual orientations and gender expressions are safe, thriving, and enjoying full civil rights. We provide the LGBTA community with a youth program, educational presentations, a community safety program, a library, community meeting space, short term counseling, and our monthly newspaper, The Empty Closet.
7/15 

Gay and Lesbian Advocates and Defenders (GLAD)
30 Winter Street, Suite 800
Boston, MA 02108
617-426-1350
gladlaw@glad.org
www.glad.org
Through strategic litigation, public policy advocacy, and education, Gay & Lesbian Advocates & Defenders works in New England and nationally to create a just society free of discrimination based on gender identity and expression, HIV status, and sexual orientation.
7/13

Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD)
104 West 29th Street, 4th Floor
New York, NY 10001
212-629-3322
Fax: 212-629-3225 
glaad@glaad.org
www.glaad.org
Dedicated to promoting and ensuring fair, accurate, and inclusive representation of individuals and events in all media as a means of eliminating homophobia and discrimination based on gender identity and sexual orientation.
2/10

Gay and Lesbian Youth Services of Western New York, Inc. (GLYS)
Marvin L. Henchbarger, Executive Director
371 Delaware Ave.
Buffalo, NY 14202
716-855-0221
716-855-0661
Kinsey6XX@aol.com
www.glyswny.com
Gay & Lesbian Youth Services (GLYS) of WNY provides an after school Drop~in Center in downtown Buffalo for GLBTQ youth and allies and supports more than 36 high school Gay Straight Alliances, 2 middle school GSAs and 6 GSAs in residential treatment facilities and group homes. Staff provide many workshops for current and future counselors and social workers, is working to place books for GLBT teens and allies into all HS and public libraries throughout the 8 counties of WNY and upon request provides a wide array of resources and support for youth and families throughout the region. In June, 2013, GLYS sponsored the first Diversity Prom for LGBTA teens in WNY.
7/13 

Gay Parent Magazine
Angeline Acain
PO Box 750852
Forest Hills, NY 11375-0852
718-380-1780
gayparentmag@gmail.com
www.gayparentmag.com
Periodical for parents as well as parents-to-be, featuring articles and advertisements on creating and nurturing your family. Special issues include gay-friendly schools, camps for kids, and an issue that focuses on conception, pregnancy, childbirth and infancy. A list of regional LGBT parent support groups is also featured.
7/13

Rockland County Pride
77 South Main St
New City, NY 10956
845-634-5729
gpr@vcs-inc.org
www.rocklandpride.org
Rockland County Pride is an initiative that provides a critical analysis of the social and political conditions relating to domestic violence, racism, sexism, heterosexism, bias-related incidents and other issues of oppression. Key programs include LGBT programs, Rockland Pride (annual Pride celebration), the NY Model for Batterer Programs (www.nymbp.org) and anti-racism organizing with special commitment to the analysis presented by the People's Institute for Survival and Beyond (www.pisab.org). Our programs, events and initiatives are intended to promote social change on systemic and institutional levels.
8/15

Gay, Lesbian, and Straight Education Network (GLSEN)
90 Broad Street, 2nd floor
New York, NY 10004
212-727-0135
Fax: 212-727-0254 
info@glsen.org
www.glsen.org
GLSEN strives for the equality and safety of all members of every school community, regardless of their sexual orientation or gender identity. Provides educational resources and supports school-based gay/straight alliances.
7/15

Gay, Lesbian, and Straight Education Network of Hudson Valley (GLSEN)
PO Box 604
Yorktown Heights, NY 10598
914 962-7888
914 962-8280 Fax
westchesterny@chapters.glsen.org
www.glsenhudsonvalley.org
GLSEN strives for the equality and safety of all members of every school community, regardless of their sexual orientation or gender identity. Provides educational resources and supports school-based gay/straight alliances. Our chapter, founded in 1997, serves Westchester, Rockland, Putnam, Orange, Dutchess, and Ulster counties in New York State.
7/13

Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender (GLBT) National Hotline
GLBT National Help Center
2261 Market Street, #296
San Francisco, CA 94114
888-843-4564 (toll-free)
EST hours: M-F, 4 p.m.-midnight; Saturday, noon-5 p.m.
info@GLBTNationalhelpcenter.org
www.GLBTNationalHelpCenter.org
Information, peer counseling, local resources to GLBT-friendly professionals, social and support organizations, businesses, events, etc.
11/09

Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender (GLBT) National Youth Talkline
GLBT National Help Center
2261 Market Street, #296
San Francisco, CA 94114

800-246-PRIDE (800-246-7743) (toll-free)
EST hours: M-F, 8 p.m.-midnight
youth@GLBTNationalhelpcenter.org
www.YouthTalkline.org

Information, peer counseling, local resources to GLBT-friendly professionals, social and support organizations, businesses, events, etc. for callers ages 25 and younger.
11/09

Generation Q
30-74 Steinway Street, 2nd floor
Astoria, NY 11103
Contact person: Marisa Ragonese
718-204-5955
Mragonese@fhch.org
www.queenscommunityhouse.org
Queens Community House is the major provider of services and community space to LGBT seniors and youth in the borough of Queens. With a population of over 2 million people, Queens is one of the largest counties in New York State and one of the most ethnically and economically diverse in the world. QCH serves the LBGT community through two centers: Generation Q, a drop in center for youth up to age 22 and SAGE/Queens for older adults.
4/10

Gifted Imaginations, LLC
Contact person: Wendy Scarbrough
678-907-1144
wenscarbrough@aol.com
www.giftedimaginations.com
Gifted Imaginations is the place to find cool, fun, unique & educational toys for children of all ages. From wooden blocks to puzzles to backpacks, dolls, cars & games - these are not the kind of toys you find in department stores. In addition to those unique finds, Gifted Imaginations also carries ecofriendly & fun children's clothing.
7/09

Griot Circle
25 Flatbush Ave, 2nd Fl
Brooklyn, NY 11217
Contact person: Glen Francis
718-246-2775
Fax: 718 246-2572 
glen@griotcircle.org
www.griotcircle.org
Griot Circle is an intergenerational culturally diverse community based organization serving the needs of the community of lesbians, gay men, bisexual and transgender elders of color over the age of fifty. We provide emotional support and quality programs that affirm the lives of this marginalized population. Griot is committed to honoring and preserving our histories and traditions reuniting those parts of ourselves that have been fragmented by racism and homophobia. We maintain a safe space, free of discrimination based on age, gender, race, sexuality, spirituality and ethnic origin.
4/10

Harm Reduction Coalition
22 West 27th St, 5th Floor
New York, NY 10001
Contact person: Amanda Harris
212-213-6376
Fax: 212-213-6582
josepher@harmreduction.org
www.harmreduction.org
The Harm Reduction Coalition is a national advocacy and capacity-building organization that promotes the health and dignity of individuals and communities impacted by drug use. HRC advances policies and programs that help people address the adverse effects of drug use including overdose, HIV, hepatitis C, addiction, and incarceration.
4/10

Healing House
Binghamton, NY
Contact person: Amy Petrick
607-725-0440
amy@myhealinghouse.org
Healing the hearts and lives of adult survivors affected by sexual abuse. The Healing House is a peer-run community organization helping victims of sexual assaults. We work with area professionals to create compassionate referral systems and offer peer-run support groups that encourage growth and healing as our peers take their journey.
7/13

Healthy Families of Herkimer County
301 N. Washington St.
Herkimer, NY 13350
Contact person: Dolly Wolford 315-867-1575
315-867-1376
Fax: 315-867-1431 
wiamele@herkimercounty.org
Healthy Families provides screenings to all pregnant women in Herkimer County, and provides referrals to appropriate programs. Select families are offered a voluntary, educational, supportive, home visiting program.
11/09

Hetrick Martin Institute
2 Astor Place, 3rd Floor
New York, NY 10003
Contact Person: Thomas Krever
212-674-2600 ext. 260
Fax: 212-674-8650 
tkrever@hmi.org
www.hmi.org
The Hetrick-Martin Institute, home of the Harvey Milk High School, believes all young people, regardless of sexual orientation or identity, deserve a safe and supportive environment in which to achieve their full potential. Hetrick-Martin creates this environment for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning (LGBTQ) youth between the ages of 12 and 21 and their families.
4/10

Hudson Valley LGBTQ Center
300 Wall St, PO Box 3994
Kingston, NY 12402
Contact person: Vanessa Shelmandine/Barbara Fried
845-331-5300
barb.fried@gmail.com
www.lgbtqcenter.org
For many years gay and lesbian residents of the Hudson Valley lived their lives as contributing members of the larger community and in doing so laid the foundation for today's vibrant lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ) community. Today, we have a place where all lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer people can gather, talk, share concerns, and create solutions.
4/10

Human Rights Campaign (HRC)
1640 Rhode Island Ave NW
Washington, DC 20036-3278
202-628-4160
800 777-4723 (toll-free)
Fax: 202 347-5323 
hrc@hrc.org
www.hrc.org
HRC is the largest national lesbian and gay political organization with members throughout the country. It effectively lobbies Congress, provides campaign support and educates the public to ensure that lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender Americans can be open, honest and safe at home, at work and in the community. HRC has an extensive interactive online resource center dedicated to all LGBT families. Find practical information, community support and expert advice about topics including having children to growing old; dealing with children's health issues and your own; managing your finances and using the law to protect your most important relationships, and other issues.
Also visit www.welcomingschools.org for a comprehensive guide for administrators, educators, parents and guardians who want to strengthen their schools' approach to family diversity, gender stereotyping and bullying. Welcoming Schools is specifically designed for use in K-5 learning environments and is inclusive of LGBT families and individuals in the broader context of diversity.
2/10

Identity Youth Center
206 State Street
Binghamton, NY 13901
Contact person: Paige Walker, MSW
607-651-9120 ext. 404
paige@idyouth.org
www.idyouth.org
Binghamton is now home to Identity Youth Center, a safe and confidential space for youth ages 14 to 20. Identity is dedicated to promoting education and support for LGBTQ youth, their families and the community. Identity welcomes and empowers all LGBTQQ youth and their allies to come and be who they are.
7/13

Immigration Equality, Inc.
40 Exchange Place, Suite 1300
New York, NY 10005
212-714-2904
Fax: 212-714-2973 
info@immigrationequality.org
www.immigrationequality.org
Seeks equal application of U.S immigration law toward LGBT couples, resource/support network for bi-national relationships; advocates for persons facing HIV/AIDS discrimination and those seeking asylum based on sexual orientation.
7/15

In Our Own Voices, Inc.
245 Lark Street
Albany, NY 12210
518-432-4188
info@inourownvoices.org
www.inourownvoices.org
Works to ensure the physical, mental, spiritual, political, social, cultural and economic survival and growth of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgendered people of color. Publishes a health and human services directory, sponsors workshops, support groups, seminars and family activities.
11/09

Ithaca Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Task Force, Inc. (ILGBTTF)
PO Box 3951
Ithaca, NY 14852-3951
607-387-8252
ilgbttf@ilgbttf.org
www.ilgbttf.org
Provides directory of gay-friendly businesses and organizations at their website.
2/10

Ithaca-Cortland PFLAG
PO Box 703
Ithaca, NY 14851
607-753-7381 or 607-838-3629
Ithaca-Cortland_PFLAG@hotmail.com
www.pflagithacacortland.com
Parents, Families, and Friends of Lesbians and Gays Inc. promotes the health and well-being of gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgendered persons, their families and friends through support, education and advocacy. Ithaca-Cortland PFLAG meets the first Sunday of the month (except July & August) at 4:00 p.m. at the Interfaith Center at SUNY Cortland.
11/09 

Lambda Family Circle
Albany, NY
Contact persons: Brian: 518-432-1247 or Allyson: 518-439-0690
info@lambdafamilycircle.org
www.lambdafamilycircle.org
Lambda Family Circle is a social and support group for GLBT families in the greater Capital Region area. We provide social gatherings, a sense of community, and information for connecting to other resources for GLBT families. We are open to all GLBT families regardless of how they were formed, and we welcome prospective parents or those considering parenthood to our community as well.
11/09

Laury Family Foundation (LaFF)
315-730-6942
Lauryfamilyfoundation2013@gmail.com
Our mission is to bring education and understanding to the general public about individuals who identify as transgender.
7/13

Lavender Inkwell Bookshoppe
304 N. McBride Street
Syracuse, NY 13203
315-424-7191
Fax: 315-424-7193 
Lavenderinkwell@verizon.net
www.LavenderInkwell.com
The Lavender Inkwell is the only bookstore in central New York that specializes in literature for LGBT people. A wide range of literature for families as well as gift selections. We host reading clubs for men, women, and a children's story hour once a month.
11/09

The Lesbian and Gay Community Services Center (The LOFT)
252 Bryant Ave
White Plains, NY 10605
914-948-2932
Fax: 914 682-7827 
info@loftgaycenter.org
www.loftgaycenter.org
The LOFT serves the LGBT community of the Lower Hudson Valley region. We offer support groups, a help line, lending library, newsletter and various educational and social activities.
3/09

Lesbian and Gay Family Building Project
Claudia E. Stallman, Project Director
Binghamton University, LN-2408
Binghamton, NY 13902
607-777-3717
LesGayFamBldg@aol.com
www.PrideAndJoyFamilies.org
www.LGBTHealthInitiative.org
www.LGBTServicesDirectory.com
The Lesbian and Gay Family Building Project is dedicated to helping lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer (LGBTQ) people in upstate New York find one another and the resources they need to build and sustain healthy families. The Project offers educational programs, provider training, information and referral services, the Directory of Family Building Services, and support groups for LGBT parents and prospective parents. Our network of Pride and Joy Families provides social and educational activities and a sense of community to LGBT parents and their children. The Lesbian and Gay Family Building Project was started in 2000 with a grant from New York State to the Ferre Institute, Inc.
7/13

Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Community Center (The Center)
208 West 13th Street
New York, NY 10011
212-924-2657
Barbaraw@gaycenter.org
www.gaycenter.org
Provides a home for the birth, nurture and celebration of our organizations, institutions and culture; cares for our individuals and groups in need, educates the public and our community; and empowers our individuals and groups to achieve their fullest potential. Resources for families, and those planning to become parents. Offers Centerkids, LGBT family programs.
2/10

LGBT Families
212-501-4762
LGBTFamilies.info@me.com
www.LGBTFamilies.info
Providing resources for discovering how to expand your family through adoption, surrogacy and fertility. Creating a support network pre, during and post placement. Building the foundation for LGBT families to grow and prosper.
7/13

LIGALY (Long Island Gay and Lesbian Youth)
34 Park Ave
Bay Shore, NY 11706
Contact person: Robert Vitelli
631-665-2300
Fax: 631-665-7874
robert@ligaly.org
www.ligaly.org
Long Island Gay and Lesbian Youth (LIGALY) is a bi-county (Nassau and Suffolk) not-for-profit organization providing education, advocacy, and social support services to Long Island's gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender (GLBT) youth and young adults, and all youth, young adults, and their families for whom sexuality, sexual identity, gender identity, and HIV/AIDS are an issue. Our goals are to empower GLBT youth, advocate for their diverse interests, and to educate society about them.
4/10

Long Island Lesbian Cancer Initiative
471 North Broadway #123
Jericho, NY 11753
Contact person: Diane Bruessow
1-888 LILCINY (545-2469)
dbruessow@lilci.org
www.lilci.org
LILCI busts myths and misinformation by providing information that is sensitive to your sexual orientation, gender identity and gender expression. LILCI envisions institutionalization of accountability to LGBT populations and ultimately, an elimination of health disparities through the delivery of culturally competent health and human services that reduces interlocking oppressions. LILCI advocates for compliance with public health recommendation intended to eliminate health disparities. This includes providing services and entitlements that are sensitive and/or specific to sexual orientation, gender identity and gender expression; instituting nondiscrimination policies inclusive of sexual orientation, gender identity and gender expression; and capturing demographic data relevant to sexual orientation, gender identity and gender expression.
4/10

Male Survivor
www.malesurvivor.org
We are committed to preventing, healing, and eliminating all forms of sexual victimization of boys and men through support, treatment, research, education, advocacy, and activism.
2/10

Mano A Mano c/o Latino Commission on AIDS
24 West 25th St. 9th Floor
New York, NY 10010
Contact person: Dr. Miriam Vega
212-584-9306
mvega@latinoaids.org
www.latinoaids.org
The Latino Commission on AIDS is a nonprofit membership organization dedicated to fighting the spread of HIV/AIDS in the Latino community. The Commission realizes its mission by spearheading health advocacy for Latinos, promoting HIV education, developing model prevention programs for high-risk communities, and by building capacity in community organizations. The Commission works to mobilize an effective Latino community response to the health crisis created by HIV/AIDS. Since 1995, the Commission has steadily expanded its services outside New York to meet the emerging needs of Latino communities in more than 40 States and Puerto Rico.
12/12

The MOCHA Center
(Men of Color Health Awareness)
107 Pole Liberty Way
Rochester, NY 14604
Contact person: Bruce Smail
585-420-1400
Fax: 585-420-1409
dhumes@mochacenter.org
www.mochacenter.org
The MOCHA Center (Men of Color Health Awareness) is a peer driven initiative which has been in existence since December 1996. MOCHA provides HIV/AIDS education/outreach, and community development for men of color who are identified as gay, bi-sexual or men who have sex with men (MSM) or young men who have sex with men (YMSM). Currently, several funding sources support MOCHA Center's programs to provide education, prevention & intervention to youth who are MSM's of color and may be at risk for contracting the HIV virus.
4/10

Mohawk Valley Perinatal Network, Inc.
1000 Cornelia Street, 2nd Floor
Utica, NY 13502
315-732-4657
1 877-267-6193
Fax: 315-732-5640 Fax
info@newfamily.org
www.newfamily.org
We work with consumers and health and human service professionals to improve birth outcomes and maternal, child, and family health, facilitate collaboration among providers and community organizations and advocate for change. We share information with consumers about women's health, preconception planning, pregnancy health and infant care. We refer consumers to supportive services that help them keep their families strong and well. We help individuals and families apply for health insurance programs through the NY State of Health Marketplace. We assess community needs and work with health and human service providers to address those needs.
7/15

Mothers and Babies Perinatal Network
457 State St.
Binghamton, NY 13901
607-772-0517
Fax: 607-772-0468
www.mothersandbabies.org
Our mission is to improve the health of pregnant women, infants and families in south central New York. To accomplish this we educate our communities; connect individuals and families to health and other services, advocate for system improvements, and partner with other agencies, government and providers to strengthen families. We focus on every element of care, from the individual to the health care system to policymakers. For over 20 years, we have been at the forefront of innovative strategies, serving as a trusted resource and authority in maternal and child health care.
9/15 

National Gay and Lesbian Task Force (NGLTF)
80 Maiden Lane, Suite 1504
New York, NY 10038
212-604-9830
info@thetaskforce.org
www.thetaskforce.org
Founded in 1973, NGLTF was the first LGBT civil rights and advocacy organization and remains the movement's leading voice for freedom, justice and equality.
2/10

New York City Gay & Lesbian Anti-Violence Project
116 Nassau Street, 3rd Floor
New York, NY 10038
212-714-1141 24-hour hotline (bilingual in English and Spanish)
212-714-1184
Fax: 212-714-2627 
www.avp.org
The New York City Anti-Violence Project is dedicated to eliminating hate violence, sexual assault, stalking, and domestic violence in lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer (LGBTQ), and HIV-affected communities through counseling, advocacy, organizing, and public education. AVP provides free and confidential assistance to thousands of LGBTQ and HIV-affected people each year from all five boroughs of New York City. The organization maintains a 24- hour, Spanish/English bilingual hotline staffed by professional counselors and trained volunteers providing professional and peer support counseling, as well as advocacy with police, courts, and social service agencies.
7/15

New York State Coalition Against Domestic Violence
350 New Scotland Ave
Albany, NY 12208
Contact person: Michele McKeon
518-482-5465
Fax: 518-482-3807 
nyscadv@nyscadv.org
www.nyscadv.org
The NYSCADV is a non-profit membership organization whose mission is to eradicate domestic violence and to ensure the provision of effective and appropriate services to victims of domestic violence through community outreach, education, training, technical assistance and policy development. NYSCADV also provides a 24-hour, toll-free, statewide Domestic & Sexual Violence Hotline.
11/09

Northeast Two-Spirit Society
C/OAmerican Indian Artists Inc. (AMERINDA)
288 East 10th Street
New York, NY 10009
Contact person: Harlan Pruden
646-351-7360
info@ne2ss.org
www.ne2ss.org
The NorthEast Two-Spirit Society serves as a information and education clearinghouse for NYS' Two-Spirit (LGBT Native Americans) community and provides an array of activities and services in fulfillment of its unique mission:
• To educate the LGBT and non-LGBT communities regarding indigenous and Two-Spirit histories and traditions;
• To ensure community cohesion among Two-Spirit people through the promotion of health and spiritual well-being by sharing our traditions with one another;
• To outreach, build alliances and coalitions with other community based organizations to increase the visibility of the Two-Spirit community; and
To ensure the Two-Spirit community's needs and concerns are being addressed.
7/13 

Northern New York Families
Gary Berk
68 Streeter Road
DeKalb, NY 13630
315-347-2178
thompsbs@tds.net
Local chapter of Family Pride Coalition in the St. Lawrence Valley/Adirondack region. We offer a support group for LGBT parents and their children, meeting every one to two months at members' homes.
9/25/07

Oasis Dance Club
1230 Danby Road
Ithaca, NY 14850
607-273-1505
info@IthacaOasis.com
www.ithacaoasis.com
A multi-cultural nightclub and restaurant. As our name implies, we are a colorful mixture of men and women of all nationalities, occupations, sexual orientations and ages. We offer music, dancing, food, friendly clientele and a wide variety of special entertainment.
11/09

OCFS-SPPD-BREPA
Faye Rees
323 North Building 52 Washington Street
Rensselaer, NY 12144
518-486-7713
faye.rees@ocfs.ny.gov
http://ocfs.ny.gov
The Office of Children and Family Services serves New York's public by promoting the safety, permanency and well-being of our children, families and communities. We will achieve results by setting and enforcing policies, building partnerships, and funding and providing quality services.
6/14

Office for Victims of Crime
U.S. Department of Justice
810 7th Street NW. Eighth Floor
Washington, DC 20531
202-307-5983
Fax: 202-514-6383 
www.ojp.usdoj.gov/ovc
The Office for Victims of Crime is committed to enhancing the Nation's capacity to assist crime victims and to providing leadership in changing attitudes, policies, and practices to promote justice and healing for all victims of crime.
6/09

Onondaga County/Syracuse Commission on Human Rights
Bridget Owens
421 Montgomery Street, 13th Floor
Syracuse, NY 13202
315-435-3565
Fax: 315-435-2439 
www.ongov.net/humanrights
Respond and resolve complaints of discrimination and unfair treatment. Training and education in diversity, conflict, and leadership. Provide support, open dialogue, refer, and locate resources to all oppressed people.
2/10

Out for Health
A project of Planned Parenthood of the Southern Finger Lakes
111 E Seneca Street
Ithaca, NY 14850
607-216-0021
607-216-0023 Fax
lgbt@ppsfl.org
www.outforhealth.org
In addition to the medical services offered in the clinic, and our clinic counselors who are available to discuss family building and resources, we are also now proud to offer, Out for Health, an LGBT health and wellness project. This program is housed at our new Education and LGBT Outreach Office on Seneca Street. Please visit our website for more information and to sign up for our newsletter.
12/09

Parents, Families and Friends of Lesbians & Gays (PFLAG)
1828 L St NW Suite 660
Washington, DC 20036
202-467-8180
info@pflag.org
www.pflag.org
Promotes the health and well being of gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgendered persons, their families and friends through support, education, and advocacy. There are PFLAG chapters throughout the country that offer support groups and social activities to parents, families and friends: call or check the website for a local group. There are numerous chapters throughout New York State.
2/11

Partners Task Force for Gay & Lesbian Couples
P.O. Box 9685
Seattle, WA 98109
206-935-1206
demian@buddybuddy.com
www.buddybuddy.com
An international resource for same-sex couples, supporting the diverse community of committed gay and lesbian partners through a variety of media since 1986. The constantly updated Web site contains more than 400 essays, surveys, legal articles and resources on legal marriage, ceremonies, domestic partner benefits, parenting, and immigration.
2/09

PFLAG Binghamton
Dee Davis
PFLAG_Binghamton_NY@yahoo.com
Meets at 7:30 p.m. the third Monday of every month at Unitarian Universalist Congregation, Binghamton, N.Y.
7/13

PFLAG Buffalo/Niagara
PO Box 617
Buffalo, NY 14207
Contact person: Jeffrey J. McConnell
716-883-0384
pflag@bfn.org
www.pflag-buffalo-niagara.org
Meets the third Sunday of every month at 2:30pm at Westminster Presbyterian Church on Delaware Ave between Summer and North in Buffalo, NY.
3/10

PFLAG Rochester
Open Arms Metropolitan Community Church
707 East Main Street
Rochester, NY 14624
585-993-3297
rochesterpflag@gmail.com
We are the Rochester, NY, chapter of "Parents, Families & Friends of Lesbians and Gays." Here you'll find support, education and allies who advocate for full inclusion of the LGBT people we love.
7/15

PFLAG Syracuse, Inc.
Barb Crawford
First Presbyterian Church
620 W. Genesee St
Syracuse, NY 13204
315-635-9320
pflagbarb@yahoo.com
www.pflagsyracuse.org
Promotes the health and well-being of LGBT people and their parents, families and friends through support, education and advocacy. We meet the fourth Tuesday of every month (except December) from 7-9 p.m. at the First Presbyterian church at 620 W. Genesee Street.
1/11

Peter Cicchino Youth Project
123 William St, 16th Fl
New York, NY 10038
Contact person: Anya Mukarji Connolly
646-602-5633
Fax: 212-533-4598 
amukarji-connolly@urbanjustice.org
www.urbanjustice.org
Of the estimated 20,000 teenagers living on the streets of New York City, almost half self-identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, or transgender (LGBT). These teens have been thrown out of their homes or have run away from foster care because of homophobia, harassment, and physical abuse. Once on the streets, the majority of them turn to prostitution and drug use. We created the Peter Cicchino Youth Project to reach out to these young people and help them stabilize their lives. Through this project, we have assisted thousands of teens to navigate the complicated channels of government benefits, access permanent housing, and continue their education.
2/11

Pride and Joy Families
c/o The Lesbian and Gay Family Building Project
124 Front Street
Binghamton, NY 13905
607-724-4308
LesGayFamBldg@aol.com
www.PrideAndJoyFamilies.org
Pride and Joy Families, which is sponsored by The Lesbian and Gay Family Building Project, is a network of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer (LGBTQ) families that provides social and educational activities and a sense of community to LGBTQ parents, their children and prospective parents. Pride and Joy families gather in locations throughout upstate New York for potluck dinners, pool parties and picnics, educational programs and weekend-long conferences. Join our online LGBTQ parenting community to learn about activities, give and get provider referrals, and to engage in conversation about parenting and family building as an LGBTQ person. New members are always welcome!
2/10 

Pride Center of the Capital Region
Nora Yates, Executive Director
332 Hudson Avenue
PO Box 131
Albany, NY 12201
518-462-6138
Fax: 518-462-2101
nyates@capitalpridecenter.org
www.capitalpridecenter.org
Oldest continuously-operating LGBT community center in the country. Provides numerous programs and activities including Center Youth for LGBT youth ages 13-18, Vintage Pride for LGBT seniors 55 and over, Center Support with peer support and direct counseling, Center Arts including cultural and gallery events, and Center Families for LGBTQ families and their children and allies. We also provide numerous workshops and seminars on issues of concern to the community such as health, personal finance and family/legal matters.
1/11 

Pride Center of Western NY
206 S. Elmwood Ave
Buffalo, NY 14201
716-852-PRIDE (7743)
proudones@PrideCenterWNY.org
www.PrideCenterWNY.org
The Pride Center of Western New York was created to serve the LGBT communities of Western New York. We offer referrals for health care, counseling and legal issues, community meeting space, support/discussion groups, youth programming, and more!
11/09

Pride for Youth: Long Island Crisis Center
2050 Bellmore Ave
Bellmore, NY 11710
Contact persons: Pete Carney, Andrea Fogel
516-679-9000 ext. 1
Fax: 516-679-3610 
pcarney@longislandcrisiscenter.org
www.longislandcrisiscenter.org
As providers of anonymous, non-judgmental services, our hotline counselors have always been keenly aware of the pain and isolation of teenagers coming to terms with being lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender (LGBT). Since the early 1970's, we have fielded calls from kids who were kicked out of their homes, considering suicide, and feeling like they had nowhere to turn. For many years, Long Island Crisis Center was the only agency in the region to specifically outreach to LGBT youth.
4/10

The Q Center @ ACR
627 West Genesee Street
Syracuse, NY 13204
315-475-2430
Fax: 315-472-6515 
Contact: Derek Villnave
qcenter@aidscommunityresources.com
dvillnave@acrhealth.org
The Q Center provides 3 weekly social support groups for LGBTQ youth ages 13-20 in Syracuse and a monthly group for transgender children ages 8-12; an After-School Program with tutoring, computer access, an LGBT library, homework support, SAT & GED preparation; Arts programming; School outreach; GSA Councils supporting school diversity clubs; Advocacy opportunities in support of LGBTQ youth; HIV & sex education; Individual counseling; Community training on LGBTQ youth cultural competency and information and referrals to community resources.
8/14

Queens Pride House
76-11 37th Ave, Suite 206
Jackson Heights, NY 11372
Contact person: Sassafrass Lowrey
718-429-5309
Fax: 718-429-5013 
SLowrey@queenspridehouse.org
www.queenspridehouse.org
The mission of Queens Pride House is to create a safe and nurturing space in the Borough of Queens where lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people will be empowered to reach their full potential. Pride House offers social services and referrals, a Library/Media Center, and social, cultural and multicultural events and activities.
4/10

Queers for Economic Justice
Kenyon Farrow
147 West 24th St 4th Fl
New York, NY 10011
212-564-3608
Fax: 212-564-0590 
kenyon@q4ej.org
www.q4ej.org
Queers for Economic Justice is a progressive non-profit organization committed to promoting economic justice in a context of sexual and gender liberation. Our goal is to challenge and change the systems that create poverty and economic injustice in our communities, and to promote an economic system that embraces sexual and gender diversity.
4/10

Rainbow Access Initiative
P.O. Box 9144
Niskayuna, NY 12309
Contact persons: Chad Putman/Bobbi Williams
518-471-9080
chadputman1@yahoo.com
www.rainbowaccess.org
Rainbow Access Initiative, Inc. (RAI) is organized exclusively for charitable and educational purposes to increase the accessibility of health and human services to the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender community and their families, with particular emphasis on underserved populations.
4/10

Rainbow Families of NJ
590 Bloomfield Avenue, Suite 234
Bloomfield, NJ 07003
973-763-8511
www.rainbowfamiliesnj.org
Advocacy, information, support, friendship and fun for lesbian and gay parents and those wishing to become parents.
11/09

Rainbow Rumpus
PO Box 6881
Minneapolis, MN 55406
Contact person: Beth Wallace, Editor in Chief
www.rainbowrumpus.org
The magazine for kids with LGBT parents.
2/10

Rainbow SAGE of the Genesee Valley
121 North Fitzhugh St
Rochester, NY 14614
Contact persons: Brian Hurlburt/Tony Perri
585-325-1640
Rtony13@aol.com
www.rainbowseniorswny.org
Rainbow SAGE of the Genesee Valley is a non-profit organization and the major provider of social and educational programs to enhance the lives of older gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, and intersex (GLBTI) people. To enrich the environment of the overall community, Rainbow SAGE also educates the community about relevant GLBTI aging issues.
4/10

RESOLVE: The National Infertility Association
1760 Old Meadow Rd, Suite 500
McLean, VA 22102
703-556-7171
Fax: 703-506-3266
info@resolve.org
www.resolve.org
RESOLVE: The National Infertility Association was founded in 1974 as a national non-profit consumer organization. RESOLVE's mission is to provide timely, compassionate support and information to individuals who are experiencing infertility and to increase awareness of infertility issues through advocacy and public education.
7/13

Rochester Kids Out and About
394 Penfield Road
Rochester, NY 14625
585-381-9527
www.rochester.kidsoutandabout.com
KidsOutAndAbout.com is a free community web service, jam-packed with resources and a calendar for anyone looking for great stuff to do with kids and families in Western New York.
11/09

Safe Homes of Orange County
P.O. Box 649
Newburgh, NY 12551
24-hour hotline: 1 888-503-4673
845-562-5365
Fax: 845-562-2216
safehomes@hvc.rr.com
Safe Homes of Orange County is a private, non-profit agency fully dedicated to the elimination of all forms of domestic violence through education, outreach and provision of comprehensive services to individuals and families affected and displaced by intimate-partner violence. Founded in 1986, Safe Homes empowers people to make informed choices. We serve with compassion and dignity.
1/09

Safer Community Project for LGBTQ Youth
401 Columbia Street
Utica, NY 13502-3413
Contact person: Mary Doody
800-475-2430
information@aidscommunityresources.com
glbtqyouth@aidscommunityresources.com
www.aidscommunityresources.com
Safer Community Project provides a weekly social support group for LGBTQ youth ages 14-20 in Utica; educational forums to create understanding and safer spaces; and information and referrals to community resources.
11/09

Safety Zone
309 Eighth St
Troy, NY 12180
Contact person: Bruce Clarkson-Hendrix
518-274-3770
BClarkson@UnityHouseNY.org
www.unityhouseny.org
Since its inception in 1971, Unity House has grown to meet the increasing needs of those living in Rensselaer County and surrounding communities. Providing crisis intervention, advocacy, skills teaching, information, resources, encouragement and support, Unity House continues to help disadvantaged people lead productive and healthy lives.
4/10

SAGE Queens – Queens Center for Gay Seniors
74-09 37th Ave. Rm. 409
Jackson Heights, NY 11372
Contact person: John Nagel
718-533-6459
Fax: 718-899-7451 
Jnagel@queenscommunityhouse.org
www.queenscommunityhouse.org
SAGE (Senior Action in a Gay Environment) Queens is the only community-based senior center in Queens that provides educational and recreational activities for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgendered (LGBT) older adults. As such, it offers a unique and much-needed borough-wide home to older LBGT adults.
7/13

SAGE/Upstate, Inc.
431 E Fayette St
Syracuse, NY 13202
315-478-1923
info@sageupstate.org
www.sageupstate.org
Serving older gays, lesbians, bisexuals and transgendered persons in the upstate Communities of Central New York.
7/13

Schenectady LGBTQ Youth Peer Support Group "Rainbow Nights"
218 Nott Terrace
Schenectady, NY 12307
518-462-6138
Contact person: Dana LePage
dlepage@capitalpridecenter.org
www.capitalpridecenter.org
The LGBTQ Youth Peer Support group in Schenectady meets on the third Thursday of every month from 6-7:30 p.m. at the Emmanuel-Frieden's Church located at 218 Nott Terrace in Schenectady. This support group is a safe and supportive environment for LGBTQ youth and their allies ages 13-18 to discuss issues of coming out, school, work, and relationships in a group of their peers and to socialize and meet new friends. Facilitated by trained volunteers, the Peer Support Group empowers youth to become advocates from themselves and provides them with the opportunity to meet like-minded peers across school districts.
5/11

Services and Advocacy for GLBT Elders (SAGE)
305 Seventh Avenue, 6th Floor
New York, NY 10001
212-741-2247
info@sageusa.org
www.sageusa.org
SAGE is a social service organization dedicated to meeting the unique needs of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender seniors. It is committed to providing high quality, life enriching programs and services in an intergenerational environment that values age, gender, racial, religious, ethnic, cultural and socioeconomic diversity. SAGE/upstate serves central New York.
7/15

SOS Shelter, Inc.
P.O. Box 393
Endicott, NY 13761
Contact person: Carrie Hyde, LMSW
Hotline: 1-877-754-4340
607-748-5174
Fax: 607-748-1773 
info@sosshelter.org
Services provided for victims of domestic violence include emergency shelter, advocacy services, and counseling services. The agency can also provide educational presentations to community groups on the topic of domestic violence.
7/13 

Southern Tier AIDS Program (STAP)
John Barry, Executive Director
122 Baldwin Street
Johnson City, NY 13790
607-798-1706
Hotline: 800-333-0892 
info@stapinc.org
www.stapinc.org
Free and confidential support and prevention services in an eight county region of the Southern Tier of New York. Services include: case management; referral; support groups; and specific groups for gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgendered individuals. Educational programs designed to address homophobia, both internalized and in the professional human service community.
2/10

Southern Tier Pride
www.southerntierpride.com
Organizes annual LGBT pride festival in Elmira, N.Y.
2/10 

Staten Island LGBT Community Center
25 Victory Blvd, 3rd Fl
Staten Island, NY 10301-2905
Contact person: Ralph W. Vogel, Director
718-808-1351
Fax: 718-808-1397 Fax
Ralph.vogel@chasiny.org
www.chasiny.org
The Staten Island LGBT Center provides lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender individuals and their family members with direct local access to culturally competent, gay-oriented, LGBT-friendly services, programs, events and activities that promote their overall physical, mental and emotional health and well-being.
11/10

Stonewall Committee
PO Box 151
Dewitt, NY 13214
315-679-4810
lgbtfair@twcny.rr.com
www.stonewallcommittee.org
A non-partisan educational and advocacy organization that works to promote understanding, equality and respect for the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender communities through educating the public, increasing political participation, lobbying and working with elected officials and appointed officials at the local, state and federal levels of government, and working with diverse groups and coalitions.
2/10

Syracuse University LGBT Resource Center
750 Ostrum Avenue
Syracuse, NY 13244
315-444-3983
lgbt@syr.edu
www.lgbt.syr.edu
The purpose of this center is to provide education, advocacy, support and safe communal space for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgendered people and their allies.
2/10

Things of My Very Own, Inc.
202 Front Street; Suite 3
Schenectady, NY 12305
Contact person: Rayn Bonciz
518-630-6137
info@tomvo.org
www.tomvo.org
Things of My Very Own, Inc. is a 501(c)3 Non-Profit Corporation that provides crisis intervention services and programs to children in emergency situations, especially those impacted by extensive abuse or neglect. Transitional Aid packages (e.g. clothing, diapers, formula, hygiene products, etc.) are available within four hours of referral. The organization also provides life-skill development and prevention programs to children in at-risk situations. All programs and services are offered to children and families free of charge.
7/13

The Trevor Project
8704 Santa Monica Blvd, Suite 200
West Hollywood, CA 90069
Contact persons: Kelli Peterman/Dave Reynolds
212-509-0042
dave.reynolds@thetrevorproject.org
www.trevorproject.org
The Trevor Project is the leading national organization focused on crisis and suicide prevention efforts among lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning (LGBTQ) youth.
2/11

United Hospice of Rockland, Inc.
11 Stokum Lane
New City, NY 10956
Contact person: Amy Stern
845-634-4974
Fax: 845-634-7549 Fax
astern@hospiceofrockland.org
www.hospiceofrockland.org
Provides comprehensive care and support to individuals and their loved ones facing advanced illness. Bereavement services are available for anyone in the community who has had a loss. Our program, www.assuringyourwishes.org, securely stores your advance directives on-line.
7/13

Unmarried Equality
7149 Rivol Road
West Hills, CA 91307
347-987-1068
Contact person: Sarah Wright, Board Chair
ue@unmarried.org
www.unmarried.org/
The Alternatives to Marriage Project (AtMP) advocates for equality and fairness for unmarried people, including people who are single, choose not to marry, cannot marry, or live together before marriage. We provide support and information for this fast-growing constituency, fight discrimination on the basis of marital status, and educate the public and policymakers about relevant social and economic issues. We believe that marriage is only one of many acceptable family forms, and that society should recognize and support healthy relationships in all their diversity. AtMP is a national 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.
7/15

Vera House, Inc.
6181 Thompson Rd., Suite 100
Syracuse, NY 13206
Contact persons: Randi Bregman, Exec. Dir., Loren Cunningham, Educ. Dir.
24-hour hotline: 315-468-3260
315-425-0818
Fax: 315-425-8942 
info@verahouse.org
www.verahouse.org
Vera House, Inc. provides comprehensive services to victims of domestic violence, sexual assault and other crimes including hate crimes. Services include 24 hour crisis response, advocacy, counseling and preventative education. Vera House is proud to serve LGBTQ survivors of violence.
7/15

Walden Place
Jessica Daily
839 Bennie Road
Cortland, NY 13045
607-756-8101
Fax: 607-756-2517 
jdaily@seniorlifestyle.com
http://www.seniorlifestyle.com
Walden Place is an assisted living community. We provide long or short term senior housing personal care support. Our staff assist residents with bathing, dressing, medication management, transportation, housekeeping, meals, plus scheduled activities. At Walden Place, we encourage independence plus care for our residents with respect and dignity.
6/14

Watertown Area Gay Youth
Angela: 315-386-4493 ext. 151
Bill: 315-529-4096
Meets Tuesdays from 6-8 p.m. Call for information.
5/11 

Westchester Lesbian Connection
PO Box 626
White Plains, NY 10603
914-517-5455
wlctheplace2b@yahoo.com
The Westchester Lesbian Connection focuses on providing social, recreational, educational and theatrical activities to the lesbian community.
12/09

The Women's Building, Inc.
Carmen Rau, Director
373 Central Avenue
Albany, NY 12206
518-462-2871
thewomensbuilding@yahoo.com
www.thewomensbuilding.org
Multi-service women's community center serving the women's community, as well as the lesbian community.
2/10

YWCA of Binghamton/Broome County
Carole Coppens, Director
80 Hawley Street
Binghamton, NY 13901
607-772-0340
ccoppens@ywcaofbinghamton.com
Works to empower women and children and eliminate racism. Offers a variety of fitness/wellness programs, affordable state certified childcare (ages 6 weeks to 5 years), and residential services for women and children, including emergency shelter, supportive and transitional living programs and an adult housing program. EncorePlus provides breast cancer education, outreach and screening referrals for the early detection of breast and cervical cancer.
11/09

Youth for Understanding USA
6400 Goldsboro Rd Ste 100
Bethesda, MD 20817
800-TEENAGE (800-833-6243)
www.yfuusa.org
YFU advances intercultural understanding, mutual respect and social responsibility through educational exchanges for youth, families and communities. 

Faith Communities

All Saints Parish
1340 Lancaster Ave
Syracuse, NY 13210
315-472-9934
Gay & Catholic? Looking for spirit and warmth? All Saints Parish welcomes you!
7/13

Amherst Community Church
77 Washington Highway
Snyder, NY 14226
Contact person: Rev. Scott Thomas
716-834-9700
Fax: 716-834-6138 
pastor@amherstcommunitychurch.org
www.amherstcommunitychurch.org
Open and Affirming since 1987! We are a United Church of Christ congregation welcoming all as beloved children of God.
7/13

Atonement Lutheran Church
1900 Westfall Road
Rochester, NY 14618
585-442-1018
Fax: 585-442-1071 
pastor@atonementrochester.org
www.atonementrochester.org
Atonement is a Reconciling in Christ congregation welcoming of all people
Outreach to the community and beyond is central to our ministry
Youth and Family Ministry is an area of focused energy
10/09

Rev. Laureen Batsford
Interfaith Minister
PO Box 123
McLean, NY 13102
607-280-1199
pastor.laureen.b@gmail.com
www.pastor-laureen.vpweb.com
LGBT friendly interfaith minister. Wedding officiant. Spiritual counseling.
7/11

Christ Episcopal Church
20 Carroll Street
Poughkeepsie, NY 12601
Contact person: The Rev. Wm. Blake Rider
845-452-8220
Fax: 845-452-8236 
info@christchurchpok.org
www.christchurchpok.org
Christ Church is a welcoming and affirming Episcopal parish in the Mid-Hudson Valley. We host the local Dignity-Integrity Chapter meetings, and lead the local faith communities in the annual Pride Parade in New Paltz. Our preaching, music programs, children and youth events, and adult education events all affirm a welcome to all God's Children, including those who are LGBT. Come and see.
7/13

Christ the King Episcopal Church
3021 Rte. 213 East
Stone Ridge, NY 12484
Contact person: Rev. Alison J. Quin
845-687-9414
church@ctkstoneridge.org
www.ctkstoneridge.org
Christ the King Episcopal Church welcomes all people, wherever they are on their spiritual journey. We seek to grow in love for God and our human family, to look for the face of Christ in all whom we meet, and to promote justice and peace in the world.
8/09 

Community Christian Church
2647 Chili Avenue
Rochester, NY 14624
585-247-2494
CCCopentoall@aol.com
www.CCCopentoall.org
We are an open and welcoming congregation of the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) and the United Church of Christ. Our mission: To be a Christ-centered community, which is open to all who seek to grow in faith and welcome all who desire to serve as disciples of Jesus Christ.
7/13

Congregation Emanu-El of Westchester
2125 Westchester Avenue East
Rye, NY 10580
Contact person: Roberta Aronovitch
914-967-4382
Fax: 914-967-0845
roberta@congregationemanuel.org
www.congregationemanuel.org
We are an inclusive, welcoming, diverse Reform Congregation celebrating modern Jewish life. We are committed to continually fostering Reform Jewish life among our congregants through learning and study, worshiping and reflecting, and instilling Jewish
values.
7/13

Downtown Presbyterian Church
121 N. Fitzhugh Street
Rochester, NY 14614
Contact person: Rev. Pat Youngdahl
585-325-4000
Fax: 585-325-4004 
Office@DowntownPresbyterian.org
www.downtownpresbyterian.org
Since 1979, Downtown Church has been a More Light congregation, which is the affirming designation in our denomination. We welcome all as visitors, friends, members, and leaders. We're passionate, progressive, and personal. Come and see for yourself.
7/09

Episcopal Church of St. Luke & St. Simon Cyrene
17 S. Fitzhugh St.
Rochester, NY 14614
Contact person: The Rev. Michael W. Hopkins
585-546-7730
Fax: 585-546-7733 
rector@twosaints.org
www.twosaints.org
Inclusive Church in downtown Rochester, NY: open to all, celebrating all. We are a "healing place for souls, a school for justice and a welcome table for all."
8/13

First Baptist Church of Ithaca
Rev. Rich Rose
DeWitt Park
Box 254
Ithaca, NY 14851
607-273-5800
fbithaca@gmail.com
www.firstbaptistithaca.org
A welcoming and affirming congregation of the American Baptist Churches, USA. We are an intentionally diverse congregation that approaches faith with an open mind and an open spirit. Sundays: worship 10 a.m., education (all ages) 11:30 a.m.
7/13

First Congregational United Church of Christ
Marna J. Pritchard, Pastor
822 Cleveland Avenue
Niagara Falls, NY 14305
716-941-9288 (Pastor's phone)
716-282-2443 (Church phone)
TEM85MJP@aol.com
http://www.uccwebsites.net/firstconguccniagarafallsny.html
An open and affirming church welcoming all who wish to share Christian worship and service with us. Worship service each Sunday at 10:30 am.
2/10

First Congregational United Church of Christ
31 East Fulton Street
Gloversville, NY 12078
Contact person: The Rev. Ralph S. English
518-725-4304
ucc@citlink.net
uccgloversville.org
As an Open and Affirming Congregation we covenant to welcome all persons of all ages, races, backgrounds, and sexual orientations as equal participants in the love and grace of God and thus, as equal participants in the life and ministry of this congregation. If you can embrace the tenets of this covenant, and if you seek an open and affirming community of faith to nurture your spirit, then no matter who, no matter what, no matter where you are on life's journey ... you belong. WELCOME!
2/10

First Congregational United Church of Christ
32 South Main Street
Newark Valley, NY 13811
607-642-5520
Fax: 607-642-5520
office@firstcongnv.org
www.firstcongnv.org
We are an "Open & Affirming" place of worship.
3/09

First English Lutheran Church
Reverend Craig J. Herrick, Pastor
501 James Street
Corner of James and Townsend Streets
Syracuse, NY 13203
315-471-1678
www.firstenglishlutheran.net
We welcome all people regardless of race, creed, color, or sexual orientation for worship and community services. Support groups include Names Project Quilt and other community services organizations.
2/10

First Lutheran Church
181 Western Avenue
Albany, NY 12203
Contact person: Rev. Alison L. Leitzel
518-463-1326
flc.office@verizon.net
www.FirstLutheranAlbany.org
First Lutheran Church is the oldest Lutheran Congregation in North America. We are a Reconciling In Christ Congregation of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, welcoming all to worship in a loving, supportive and affirming environment. Visit our website, and "like" us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/FirstLutheranAlbany.
7/13

First Unitarian Church of Rochester
220 S Winton Rd
Rochester, NY 14610
Contact person: John Keevert
585-271-9070
office@rochesterunitarian.org
jkeev@frontiernet.net
www.rochesterunitarian.org
First Unitarian is a 'welcoming congregation' meaning open and supportive of LGBT folks. Our ministers have done many commitment ceremonies for LGBT members. Check out our website, then check us out.
7/13

First Unitarian Society of Ithaca, New York
Rev. David E. Grimm
306 N. Aurora Street
Ithaca, NY 14850
(Corner of Buffalo & Aurora Streets)
607-273-7521
office@unitarian.ithaca.ny.us
minister@unitarian.ithaca.ny.us
http://unitarian.ithaca.ny.us/
In May 2000, First Unitarian of Ithaca joined hundreds of other UU congregations in becoming a welcoming congregation to the LGBT communities. We have an inclusive religious education program and sponsor LGBT community events. We are a no creedal church which welcomes the diversity of humankind and their ideas. Services held on Sundays, September through June at 10:30 am and at 9:30 am for summer services.
7/13

First Unitarian Universalist Society of Syracuse
109 Waring Road
Syracuse, NY 13224
Contact person: Rev. Helen Baylies
315-446-5940
firstuu@twcny.rr.com
www.firstuusyr.org
A Unitarian Universalist Welcoming Congregation to the LGBT community. All are welcome to celebrate the gift of life with us. We celebrate and support the lives, relationships, religious quests, and the individual and group contributions of LGBT people, and their families and friends.
12/09

First Universalist Church of Rochester, NY
150 South Clinton Ave.
Rochester, NY 14604
Contact person: Rev. Martha Munson
585-546-2826
office@uuroc.org
www.uuroc.org
"Nurture the spirit and serve the community."
7/13

Fortunate Families
136 Everett Road
Albany, NY 12205
Contact person: Holly Cargill-Cramer
518-694-5508
Fax: 518-514-1510
info@fortunatefamilies.com
www.fortunatefamilies.com
Fortunate Families serves as a resource and networking ministry with Catholic parents of LGBT daughters and sons. Fortunate Families offers a monthly newsletter and extensive resources on our website; as well as retreats, presentations and support and affirmation for parents.
7/15

Hebrew Congregation of Somers
Cypress Lane & Mervin Drive
Shenorock, NY 10587
Contact person: Rabbi Fred Schwalb
914-271-5606
jfredschwalb@aol.com
www.hebrewcongregationofsomers.org
We are an egalitarian Jewish Reconstructionist Congregation. We welcome LGBT families and individuals (and any non-Jewish partners) to join our community.
7/13

Henrietta United Church of Christ
1400 Lehigh Station Rd., Box 430
Henrietta, NY 14467
Contact person: Rev. David Inglis
585-334-0030
henucc@juno.com
www.henriettaucc.org
A vibrant, caring church that believes that each person is a beloved child of God. The church is both spiritually deep and spiritually open, mission oriented, very child friendly, and encourages people to develop their gifts for ministry in their daily lives. It has an excellent Sunday School and children's programs.
7/09

Lake Avenue Baptist Church
72 Ambrose Street
Rochester, NY 14608
Contact person: Ken Setera
585-458-5765
Fax: 585-458-5766 
kenadmin@rochester.rr.com
www.lakeavebaptist.org
Lake Avenue Baptist Church is a welcoming congregation, a diverse cross-section of God's family. Our church is a member of the Association of Welcoming & Affirming Baptists - vowing not to discriminate and welcoming of all diverse races, histories, abilities, and sexual orientation.
12/09

Marcellus First Presbyterian Church
1 East Main St, PO Box 147
Marcellus, NY 13108
Contact person: Bill Grossman, Pastor
315-673-2201
Fax: 315-673-2321 
office@marcelluspc.com
www.marcelluspresbyterian.com
A More Light Presbyterian Church offering progressive services to all people.
7/09

May Memorial Unitarian Universalist Society
3800 E. Genesee Street
Syracuse, NY 13214
315-446-8920
Fax: 315-446-4605 
office@mmuus.org
www.mmuus.org
A spiritual community for religious liberals, who value the inherent dignity and worth of all persons, believe in justice, equity and compassion, a free and responsible search for truth and meaning and respect for the interdependent web of all existence of which we are a part.
2/10

Metropolitan Community Church
PO Box 42
Binghamton, NY 13905-0042
Meetings are downstairs in Tabernacle United Methodist Church, 83 Main Street, Binghamton.
607-205-7374
frawgi@yahoo.com
www.mccbinghamton.org
We are a growing community of politically and theologically diverse Christians with a special outreach to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer communities and our allies and supporters through social justice activity, community building, and bible study so that we stretch, connect, and celebrate as a people on a spiritual journey. Meetings at 10:30 Sunday mornings.
12/09

Metropolitan Community Church of NY
446 W. 36th Street
New York, NY 10018
Contact person: Frances Wood
212-629-7440
Fax: 212-279-1185 
frances@mccny.org
www.mccny.org
People come to Metropolitan Community Church of New York from all walks of life and for many different reasons. Some people come to find a spiritual refuge. Others come to connect with people in the community. And, still others come to get involved in changing the world. Whatever the reason that initially brings someone here inevitably they use one word to describe MCCNY, "home."
7/13

Open Arms Metropolitan Community Church
740 Marshall Rd.
Rochester, NY 14624
Contact person: Rev. Jim Mulcahy
585-271-8478
oamcc@frontiernet.net
Community Church with primary ministry to LGBT people. Most members are LGBT. Small group ministries. Community Outreach.
12/09

Pilgrim-St. Luke's United Church of Christ
Rev. Dr. M. Bruce McKay
335 Richmond Avenue
Buffalo, NY 14222
716-885-9443
pslmail@pslucc.org
www.pslucc.org
An open and affirming congregation of the United Church of Christ.
2/10

Plymouth Congregational United Church of Christ
232 East Onondaga Street
Syracuse, NY 13202
Contact person: Quinn Caldwell
315-474-4836
Fax: 315-470-0744 
pcc-office@cnymail.com
Plymouthuccsyracuse.org
Opening & Affirming Congregation worships 10:00 am Sunday mornings. Many other spiritual growth opportunities and opportunities to service in love and justice.
7/13

Presbyterian – New England Congregational Church
24 Circular Street
Saratoga Springs, NY 12866
518-584-6091
pnecc.ny@verizon.net
www.pnecc.org
We believe that God's love for humanity is all inclusive. We faithfully join in the fellowship of UCC "Open and Affirming" congregations and Presbyterian "More Light" churches in warmly welcoming all LGBT persons. Services are at 10:45, followed by a coffee hour. Jay Ekman, Pastor.
12/09

Ray of Hope Church Of Our Lord Jesus Christ, Inc.
Br. Shawn F. Benedict
380 West First Street
Elmira, NY 14901
607-280-0374
rayofhopechurch@aol.com
www.rayofhopechurch.com
Worship services and bible study in Elmira, Ithaca, and Syracuse. Contact Br. Benedict or consult website for places and times.
7/15

Saint Andrew Lutheran Church – ELCA
600 Gansevoort Rd
South Glens Falls, NY 12803
Contact person: Pastor Marsha Garrett
518-761-0917
standrews614@adelphia.net
www.saint-andrew.org
An open and affirming place to worship and grow in Christ. A "Reconciling in Christ" congregation.
12/09

Spiritus Christi Church
Fr. Jim Callan
121 North Fitzhugh Street
Rochester, NY 14614
585-325-1180
office@spirituschristi.net
www.spirituschristi.org
We are an inclusive Christ centered Catholic Church which provides support to all individuals and families. Our masses are Saturday 5:00 pm and Sunday 7:30 am at the above location. Our Sunday 9:30 am Mass is at Hochstein Music School, 50 N. Plymouth Ave., Rochester. All are welcome.
1/12

St. Augustine's Episcopal Church
6 Old Post Road North
Croton-on-Hudson, NY 10520
Contact person: The Rev. Bradley C. Dyche
914-271-3501
Fax: 914-271-7549 
august@bestweb.net
www.stacroton.org
We at St. Augustine's Episcopal Church joyfully embrace this mission: to celebrate the love of God by ministering to those in need; stewarding the earth; supporting one another; studying, praying, and laughing together; and practicing the liturgy of the Episcopal tradition. We warmly welcome all those of every background and orientation who wish to worship God in our company and join in our efforts to live out Christ's example in our own lives.
7/09

St. James Mission
PO Box 190
Westernville, NY 13486
Contact person: Rev. J. Barrett Lee
315-335-4808
stjamesmission@hotmail.com
www.stjamesmission.com
We are a small, inclusive faith community that meets for worship on Thursday evenings at 6 pm, in the chapel at First Presbyterian Church, 1605 Genesee St. Utica, NY. We hope to see you soon!
9/09

St. John's Evangelical Lutheran Church
55 Pleasant Avenue
Lancaster, NY 14086
Contact person: Rev. Kirk J. Langset
716-683-8972
Fax: 716-681-5822
stjohnslancaster@verizon.net
www.stjohnslanc.org
Church
7/13

St. Mary's Church
15 St. Mary's Place
Rochester, NY 14607
Contact person: Kevin Mannara
585-232-7140
Fax: 585-232-4483
rstmaryc@dor.org
www.stmarysrochester.org
We are a Catholic Church, welcoming to all people and inclusive of diversity. We promote Fortunate Families.
12/09

St. Paul's Episcopal Cathedral
The Very Reverend G. Thomas Luck
310 Montgomery Street
Syracuse, NY 13202
315-474-6053
www.saintpaulscathedral.org
Worshiping God, Learning Compassion, Building Community
1/09

St. Paul's United Methodist Church
402 North Aurora Street
Ithaca, NY 14850
Contact person: John McNeill
607-273-5971
Fax: 607-275-0726
office@stpaulsithaca.org
www.stpaulsithaca.org
St. Paul's is a compassionate community led and transformed by the Spirit. We have been a Reconciling Congregation since 1998, welcoming all people regardless of sexual orientation. We pledge to work for the day when society will welcome in the same way Christ welcomes.
7/13

St. Paul's Universalist Unitarian Church
565 Albany Street
Little Falls, NY 13365
Contact person: Rev. Kimberly Miner
315-235-9059
Fax: 315-823-2284 
kminer@uuma.org
Church that is open to gays and lesbians. Rev. Kimberly Miner is available to do services of union and has information on gay marriage in Massachusetts.
12/09

St. Timothy's Evangelical Lutheran Church
470 Winter St Ext
Troy, NY 12180
Contact person: Rev Kimberly Cottingham
518-283-1372
pastorkimc@gmail.com
www.sttimothystroyny.com
We are a welcoming community of faith who delights in meeting the needs of the world, especially in the areas of ending homelessness and hunger. Please visit our website to learn more about us. www.sttimothystroyny.com
12/09

Stone Presbyterian Church
8 South Park Row (P.O. Box 33)
Clinton, NY 13323
Contact person: Rev. Dennis Dewey
315-853-2933
stonepres@verizon.net
www.stonepres.org
At present our purpose is to welcome all persons including LGBT to full participation in the worship and ministry of our congregation.
7/13

Tabernacle United Methodist Church
83 Main St.
Binghamton, NY 13905
Contact person: Rev. Stephen Heiss
607-723-8983
tabaa@stny.rr.com
www.gbgm-umc.org/tabchurch
Worship and programs inclusive of all. We belong to the Reconciling Movement of the United Methodist Church. We affirm and celebrate all sexual orientations and identifications. We also sponsor a Metropolitan Community Church which meets for worship downstairs at the same time our church meets upstairs - 10:30 AM. For additional information feel free to contact the pastor at stephenheiss@gmail.com.
8/13

Temple Beth Am
203 Church Place
Yorktown Heights, NY 10598
914-962-7500
betham@optonline.net
www.templebetham-ny.org
We are a warm, caring Reform Jewish Congregation and welcome all to services, educational programs and social events.
8/13

Temple Beth Torah
330 North Highland Avenue (Rte. 9W)
Upper Nyack, NY 10960
Contact person: Miranda Escobar
845-358-2248
Fax: 845-358-3450
info@templebethtorah.org
www.templebethtorah.org
Temple Beth Torah is a warm, inclusive Reform Jewish Congregation that offers dynamic educational, spiritual and social programs for all ages. Our goal is to provide outstanding Reform Jewish education and to work together with families to ensure a lasting love of Judaism.
9/10

Temple Concord
Rabbi Barbara Goldman-Wartell
9 Riverside Drive
Binghamton, NY 13905
607-723-7355
Fax: 607-723-0785 
TempleConcord@stny.rr.com
www.templeconcord.com
Binghamton's Reform Jewish synagogue works to ensure that interfaith families and LGBT Jews are welcome and included in all aspects of temple life.
2/10

Temple Emanuel
243 Albany Avenue
Kingston, NY 12401
845-338-4271 ext. 101
Fax: 845-338-0506 
templeemanuel@hvc.rr.com
www.templeemanuelkingston.org
A Reform Jewish Congregation, a welcoming community and sacred space, committed to social action, justice, active learning, vibrant spirituality, creative expression, diversity, tolerance, and the integrity of the Reform Movement. A place where sacredness and God's presence are welcomed into our community through our actions and deeds with each other.
8/13

Temple Israel of Catskill
220 Spring Street, PO Box 607
Catskill, NY 12414
Contact person: Agie Seife
518-943-5758
templeisraelofcatskill@gmail.com
www.templeisraelofcatskill.org
Temple Israel of Catskill is the only URJ-affiliated Reform congregation in Greene and Columbia counties. Rabbi Zoe B. Zak is the spiritual leader of the Temple. We invite all who wish to worship to attend our services. Our congregation is diverse and growing and we look forward to welcoming you to our family.
4/12 

Unitarian Universalist Church of Buffalo
Rev. Joel Miller
695 Elmwood Avenue
Buffalo, NY 14222
716-885-2136
Fax: 716-885-6875
buffalouu@hotmail.com
www.buffalouu.org
Performs Union Ceremonies for couples wanting to celebrate and solemnize their relationships. Also host a COLAGE (Children of Lesbians and Gays Everywhere) Group. Provide space and support to the Buffalo Gay Men's chorus, led by our Minister of Music Barbara Wagner. We welcome members of the LGBT community to attend our Sunday service at 11:00 am (summers before 10:00 am) and become involved in our Welcoming Congregation.
12/09

Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Binghamton
Rev. Douglas Taylor
183 Riverside Drive
Binghamton, NY 13905
607-729-1641
Fax: 607-729-1899 
office@uubinghamton.org
dtaylor@uubinghamton.org
www.uubinghamton.org
A Welcoming Congregation since 1992, when the congregation voted to affirm, welcome and support GLBT people. The Gay Lesbian Concerns Committee initiates outreach, support and education both within the church community and in the larger community.
8/13

Unitarian Universalist Gay and Lesbian Concerns
183 Riverside Drive
Binghamton, NY 13905
Contact person: Denise
607-722-6569
drampulla1@stny.rr.com
The UUGLC (Unitarian Universalist Gay and Lesbian Concerns) is a committee of the Unitarian Universalist Church. Our purpose is to provide a friendly, welcoming and supportive environment to gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgendered, queer, and questioning people. Everyone of every faith and identity is welcome, including supportive straight people! It is not necessary to belong to the Unitarian Universalist Church in order to be part of the Gay and Lesbians Concern Group. Our meetings are held generally on the 2nd Sunday of the month at 12:45, which is after the second service, to which all are welcome.
12/09

United Church of Christ, First Congregational
11 West Main Street
Norwich, NY 13815
Contact person: Cheri Willard, Parish Coordinator
607-334-3434
office@uccnorwichny.org
www.uccnorwichny.org
An Open and Affirming Church. A fellowship in Jesus, the Christ showing God's love to all people.
8/13

Unity Church of Practical Christianity
1243 Delaware Avenue
Buffalo, NY 14209
716-882-0391
Fax: 716-882-5020 Fax
info@unitybuffalo.org
www.unitybuffalo.org
We are a diverse spiritual community empowering growth and transformation. We are an open, welcoming congregation and our approach is eclectic, creative, dynamic, and most of all, fun-loving.
7/15

Unity Fellowship Church
2578 Atlantic Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11207
Contact person: Rev. Valerie Holly
718-385-2406
Fax: 718-399-3149 
VALUFC@aol.com
Unity Fellowship Church, housed in a gray former warehouse in East New York, is the New York outpost of the Unity Fellowship Church Movement, the only Christian denomination explicitly set up to serve gay, bisexual and transgender members of minority groups. Unity, founded in Los Angeles in 1982, has 12 churches nationwide.
4/10

Unity Fellowship of Christ Church – Buffalo, NY
367 Delaware Avenue
Buffalo, NY 14202
Contact person: Rev. T. Gerard Williams
347-238-9299
revgwillufc8@aol.com
www.unityfellowshipbuffalo.com
A Congregation of same gender loving people of faith. Our services are held at 12 noon every Sunday. We worship in the black church tradition but are not Fundamentalist in our theology or our spirituality.
8/13

Zen Center of Syracuse
266 West Seneca Turnpike
Syracuse, NY 13207
315-492-9773
Fax: 315-492-9773 
info@hoenji.org
www.zencenterofsyracuse.org
The Zen Center of Syracuse is an LGBT-welcoming Buddhist center, providing daily meditation, retreats, classes, and events. The abbot, Shinge Roko Sherry Chayat Roshi, and resident clergy perform weddings and other ceremonies for Buddhist practitioners.

7/15

Financial Advisors

Brackens Financial Solutions Network (an office of MetLife)
301 Plainfield Road Suite 240
Syracuse, NY 13212
Contact person: V.R. Brackens ChFC
315-350-2129
315-451-7763
vbrackens@metlife.com
www.vbrackensfp.com
Empowering You to Fulfill Your Lifelong Hope and Dreams By:
Building an income Stream that you cannot outlive
Developing strategies to reach your goals sooner rather than later
Managing protecting and growing assets and wealth
Creating steps to protect the individuals and institutions you care about
9/09

Brackens Financial Solutions Network (an office of MetLife)
301 Plainfield Road Suite 240
Syracuse, NY 13212
Contact person: Kris Wadsworth LUTCF
315-350-2143
315-451-7763
kwadsworth@metlife.com
www.incomesolutionsgrp.com
Empowering You to Fulfill Your Lifelong Hope and Dreams By:
Building an income Stream that you cannot outlive
Developing strategies to reach your goals sooner rather than later
Managing protecting and growing assets and wealth
Creating steps to protect the individuals and institutions you care about
9/09

Kathleen Clark
S.E.E.D. Financial Strategies
31 Lewis St, Suite 401
Binghamton, NY 13901
Contact persons: Mary Bowen or Kathleen Clark
607-217-5091
Fax: 855-838-7333 
MBowen@seedfinancialstrategies.com, KClark@seedfinancialstrategies.com
www.seedfinancialstrategies.com
Kathleen focuses her practice in the area of legacy and estate planning strategies to work with her clients in passing on their hard earned wealth to generations beyond them as they see fit. She enjoys working within each client's unique situation to find creative strategies that serve their individual needs. Kate also enjoys working with her client's estate planning attorneys and other professionals to help ensure clients receive a well rounded and comprehensive plan. In addition to focusing on estate planning strategies, Kathleen also works with clients for retirement readiness planning and is a partner in our High Net Worth management team as well as the head of our Tioga County gas lease education group. 7/13

Vivian M. Derrickson, CFP, CLU
Ameriprise Financial Services
6319 Fly Road, #2
East Syracuse, NY 13057
315-251-0512 ext. 209
Fax: 315-251-0516 Fax
Vivian.m.derrickson@ampf.com
www.ameriprise.com
A full spectrum of financial services tailored to your needs. Specialty in retirement and estates.
1/09

Ann Feldman, CLTC, AFP, LUTCF
MetLife Financial Services
520 Columbia Drive, Suite 203
Johnson City, NY 13790
607-798-1624 ext. 3002
Fax: 607-798-6992
afeldman@metlife.com
Personal insurance plus financial planning including long term care, business succession and retirement planning. Investments include annuities, mutual funds, banking items.
12/09

Financial Architects
700 Bausch & Lomb Place
Rochester, NY 14604
585-262-5600
Fax: 585-423-9635 Fax
financialarchitectsupstate@finsvcs.com
www.financialarchitectsupstate.com
Financial Architects offers customized services and sensible solutions to meet the financial services needs of individuals and businesses.
8/13

Financial Architects/MassMutal
600 Clinton Square
Rochester, NY 14604
Contact person: Heather Smith
585-262-5600
Fax: 585-423-9635
HSmith@finsvcs.com
www.financialarchitectsupstate.com
Preserve and structure assets upon death to minimize tax implications. Protect children and families and plan for the financial freedom as well as provide for the educational needs of dependent children. Provide retirement savings vehicles that can make bridging from one stage of life to another a much smoother and more comfortable transition.
1/10

Carol K. Gallagher, CLTC, CASL
MetLife Premier Client Group
520 Columbia Drive, Suite 203
Johnson City, NY 13790
607-798-1624 x 3009
Cgallagher4@metlife.com
Financial Planner, Investment Adviser Representative, Financial Services Representative. Metropolitan Life Insurance Company (MLIC), New York, NY 10166. Securities products and investment advisory services offered by MetLife Securities, Inc. (MSI)(member FINRA/SIPC) a registered investment advisor. MLIC and MSI are MetLife companies.

7/15

Hansen's Advisory Services, Inc.
7067 East Genesee St.
Fayetteville, NY 13066
Contact person: Susan S. Hansen
315-637-5153
Fax: 315-637-1264 
sue@hansenadvisory.com
www.hansensadvisory.com
HAS is a financial planning firm with a Focused Holistic Approach including investing in corporately responsible companies. We help you improve the quality of your life and protect and empower your family while achieving your goals.
12/09

J. Cole Financial Advisers, Inc.
Joyce Cole, CFP
POB 40
Gansevoort, NY 12831
877-523-2237
Fax: 518 793-1304
investments@jcolefinancial.com
www.jcolefinancial.com
Investment management, financial planning on a fee-only basis- no commissions. Socially screened investments available. Specialty in helping LGBT couples.
8/13

Jeanne Mack CPA
Mondorf & Fenwick CPAs
523 Columbia Drive
Johnson City, NY 13790
607-797-4339
Fax: 607-797-3894 
jmack@mfcpas.com
6/10

Merrill Lynch Wealth Management
Veronica "Ronnie" Mangione
Merrill Lynch Wealth Management
Bank of America Corporation
30 South Pearl Street
Albany, NY 12207
518-462-8344
veronica.mangione@ml.com
www.fa.ml.com/veronicamangione
Insurance, Retirement Planning, Investments, stocks, bonds, mutual funds, ETFs.
8/13

Martin L. Posner
Morgan Stanley Smith Barney
4 Manhattanville Road
Purchase, NY 10577
914-701-7623
Fax: 914-701-7676
martin.l.posner@smithbarney.com
www.fa.smithbarney.com/martinposner
I have been working with the LGBT community for quite some time, providing financial services including wealth management, retirement planning, education planning for couples with children. My legal background (lawyer for 23 years) gives me special insight into needs of the LGBT community. I provide comprehensive written financial plans at no cost to my clients. I am licensed in New York, New Jersey and Connecticut.
2/10

Richard J. Ridenour, CRPC® (Merrill Lynch)
50 Fountain Plaza, Suite 1100
Buffalo, NY 14202
716-849-2106
Fax: 716-849-8787
richard.ridenour@ml.com
www.fa.ml.com/richard.ridenour
Merrill Lynch provides comprehensive wealth management solutions including: customized investment strategies, retirement planning, education planning and investment portfolio development. Mr. Ridenour specializes in meeting the needs of the LGBT community through financial planning strategies that are tailored to the specific needs of the community.
12/10

Grace A. Roossien
Roossien Financial Advisors Inc
1708 Vestal Parkway East
Vestal, NY 13850
607-748-1803
Fax: 607-785-2353
JLRoossien@RoossienFinancial.com
www.roossienfinancial.com
Dedicated to helping clients reach their financial life goals with informed and timely professional advice.
2/10

Surrogate Fund Management, LLC
A Melissa Brisman Owned Company
1 Paragon Drive, Suite 160
Montvale, NJ 07645
201-505-0078
Fax: 201-505-0994 
info@surrogatefundmanagement.com
www.surrogatefundmanagement.com
We are a fully insured escrow account management company. Our services include accurate and dependable fund management for Gestational Carrier, Ovum, Sperm and Embryo Donation Agreements. We also provide financial services for Physicians and Clinics as well as Donor & Surrogate Agencies for Gestational Carrier and Ovum Donation Procedures. Let us handle the financial aspects for your third party reproductive arrangement.
11/09

Wells Fargo Advisors
Thomas Nasoni-Financial Advisor
302 Reynolds Road
Johnson City, NY 13790
607-770-6424
Thomas.m.nasoni@wellsfargoadvisors.com
www.home.wellsfargoadvisors.com/001_FO
At Wachovia Securities, we start with your life and plan your money around it. We are committed to understanding your total financial needs in order to help you achieve your life goals. Tom is a licensed Investment Advisor Representative, and has many years of investment experience.
12/09

Wells Fargo Advisors, LLC
500 Plum Street
Syracuse, NY 13204
Contact person: Kristopher Venne
315 474-9205
Fax: 315 474-9221 
kristopher.venne@wfadvisors.com
www.wfadvisors.com
As a Financial Consultant with Wells Fargo Advisors I hold two designations: Accredited Domestic Partner Advisor and Chartered Planning Counselor. I am able to offer advice to those who are unmarried, yet live in a domestic partnership.
1/10

Genetics Counselors

Pregnancy Risk Network: A Teratogen Information Service
1-800-724-2454
www.pregnancyrisknetwork.org
This is a free telephone service that provides information about the possible effects of medications, maternal illness, drugs and other exposures on the developing fetus. The service is available to pregnant or breastfeeding women, women with preconceptual concerns, and healthcare providers. Ask a question using our contact form on the website or give us a call.
2/10

Albany Medical Center Division of Genetics
Albany, NY
518-262-5120

Mid-Hudson Family Health Initiative Genetic Counseling Program
New Paltz, NY
845-255-2930

Community Genetic Services of Ferre Institute:
1-888-483-3773
Genetic Counseling Program
Binghamton, NY

Mohawk Valley Genetic Services
Utica, NY

North Country Genetic Services
Potsdam, NY

Bassett Health Care Outreach
Cooperstown, NY

Capital District Adult Genetic Services
Albany, NY
Call to inquire about an appointment.
2/10

Upstate Medical University Division of Genetics
Syracuse, NY
315-464-6395 

University of Rochester Division of Genetics
Rochester, NY
585-275-3461

Children's Hospital of Buffalo Division of Genetics
Buffalo, NY
716-878-7530

Medical Providers

Cherie Ackerson, MS, LMT
719 E. Genesee Street, #210
Syracuse, NY 13210
315-476-1917
In private practice for over 15 years, I offer my clients hands-on massage and creative bodywork to meet individual needs. Through skilled, compassionate touch and heart-centered presence, each session offers an opportunity for deepened awareness and transformations. I am always happy to work with any of my LGBT sisters and brothers.
2/09

AIDS Community Services of WNY, Inc. (ACS)
206 South Elmwood Avenue
Buffalo, NY 14201
716-847-0212
Fax: 716-847-0418
cvoltz@aidscommunityservices.com
www.aidscommunityservices.com
The largest and most comprehensive provider of HIV/AIDS prevention and care services in western New York. We provide high quality services in a confidential setting with a medical practice sub-specialty in LGBT health.
12/09

Aiyana Acupuncture & Chinese Herbs
41 Union Square West, Suite 519
New York, NY 10003
Contact person: Juliette Aiyana, L.Ac.
212-894-0767
Appointments@HealthyStuffU.com
www.amazinghealing.com
Juliette Aiyana, L.Ac. forms a compassionate healing rapport with patients, offers effective Chinese medical care and teaches the valuable tools of self-care through patient education.
12/09

Albany IVF, Fertility and Gynecology
Peter M. Horvath, MD
399 Albany Shaker Rd, Ste 100
Albany, NY 12211
518-434-9759
Fax: 518-436-9822 
newpatients@albanyivf.com
www.albanyivf.com
Offers quality comprehensive medical care to women throughout life's journey. Our team of highly trained specialists provides medical expertise with an understanding of the challenges facing today's women from choices in conception and infertility, to menopause. We strive to be the leader in women's health, known for compassion and a commitment to the highest standard of excellence.
2/11

American Fertility Association (AFA)
315 Madison Ave, Suite 901
New York, NY 10017
888-917-3777
www.theafa.org
Four Goals:
Infertility Prevention
Trying to Conceive or Adopt
Male Reproductive Health
LGBT Family Building
One Organization:
The American Fertility Association
2/10

American Society for Reproductive Medicine (ASRM)
1209 Montgomery Highway
Birmingham, AL 35216-2809
205-978-5000
Fax: 2059-78-5005 
asrm@asrm.org
www.asrm.org
The ASRM provides information on infertility, adoption, third party pregnancy, artificial insemination and in vitro fertilization. We provide lists of physicians, assisted reproduction programs and cryobanks. In addition, the ASRM covers other issues in the reproductive life cycle, such as sexual dysfunction, endometriosis, menopause and reproductive disorders.
7/15

The Art of Massage / The Spa at 500
500 West Onondaga Street
Syracuse, NY 132104
Contact persons: Ed Griffin-Nolan, Timothy Bryant
315-745-9164
massage@dreamscape.com
www.thespaat500.com
The Art of Massage provides relaxation massage, therapeutic massage, Hot Stone therapy. The Spa at 500 includes a Jacuzzi lounge, sauna, and yoga classes, housed in an old Victorian mansion.
8/13

Association of Labor Assistants and Childbirth Educators (ALACE)
12 Batchelder St, Ste 2
Boston, MA 02125
877-334-4297
Fax: 617-441-3167
info@alace.org
www.alace.org
ALACE is an international nonprofit organization dedicated to supporting women's choices in childbirth. ALACE provides training for childbirth professionals, and referrals for parents who are seeking childbirth classes or a Labor Assistant or Birth Doula.
2/11

Chelsea Fertility NYC

105 East 37th Street Suite 1
New York, NY 10016
212-685-2229
asher.weinstein@ivinteractive.com
https://www.chelseafertilitynyc.com/
Chelsea Fertility NYC is an internationally recognized fertility center serving the New York City and the greater metropolitan area. Our goal is to support the needs of New York's LGBT community in a private, friendly fertility clinic setting and offer the most effective infertility treatments available, so you can achieve your dream of becoming a parent. We believe financial constraints shouldn't prevent you from starting a family of your own, so we offer a variety of affordable fertility treatments. With coverage under many insurance plans, we provide discounted costs and pricing for IVF, IUI, egg freezing and more. We are so confident in our level of treatment that we offer all patients a free second opinion!
4/15

Gary Berk, MD
Hermon Family Health Care
PO Box 178
105 Main Street
Hermon, NY 13652
315-347-2191
Fax: 315-347-4493 
garyberk@verizon.net
Private family practice office for patients of all ages. LGBT parents and their children are welcome. Serves St. Lawrence County.
8/13

Harvey E. Black, MD
5813 East Seymour Street
Cicero, NY 13039
315-699-2789
Fax: 315-699-6251
All family medical care.
2/10

Bliss Yoga Studio
206 Glen St., second floor
Glens Falls, NY 12801
518-321-8359
BlissYogaGlensFalls@gmail.com
www.SeekBlissDaily.com
Providing yoga for beginners to advanced practitioners that is open and friendly to the LGBT community. The studio is lesbian-owned and operated. Also offering Reiki and Massage Therapy.
2/10

Phyllis Bloom, L.Ac.
119 West 23rd St, #701
New York, NY 10011
2568 Rte 212
Woodstock, NY 12498
212-967-1393
Fax: 845-679-2604
phyllisbloomtcm@gmail.com
Chinese Medicine views a person as a complex and integrated system of energy reflected in one's body, mind, emotions, spirit. Using pulse diagnosis and other traditional modalities, we discern strengths and weaknesses, balance and imbalances and treat with acupuncture, Chinese herbs, nutritional and movement recommendations. Practitioner and patient collaborate to explore and open to healing.
8/13

Body Harmonics Therapeutic Massage
400 Aster Street
Upper Nyack, NY 10960
Contact person: Julie Wendholt
845-727-0900
juliewendholt@gmail.com
Massage Therapist with 11 yrs experience. Certified in Neuromuscular Therapy, Pre-Natal Massage and Sports Massage.
3/09

M. Elizabeth Bostock MD PhD
990 South Ave Suite 103
Rochester, NY 14620
585-232-3210
www.gvog.com
Obstetrical care
Gynecologic care
Gynecologic surgery
1/10

Brighton Hill Pediatrics
Linda L. Imboden, MD
151 Intrepid Lane
Syracuse, NY 13205
315-469-8191
Fax: 315-469-4482 
www.brightonhillpediatrics.com
Pediatric and adolescent care.
2/10

Broome OB/GYN
161 Riverside Drive
Binghamton, NY 13905
607-770-7074
www.broomeobgyn.com
We are a team of physicians, certified nurse midwives, and nurse practitioners working together for you. We provide a variety of health care services which cover the spectrum of a women's life through adolescence, the reproductive years and peri and post menopausal. We treat patients with respect and genuine interest.
2/10

California Fertility Partners
Guy E. Ringler, M.D.
11818 Wilshire Blvd. Suite 300
Los Angeles, CA 90025
310-828-4008
www.californiafertilitypartners.com
California Fertility Partners is a Los Angeles (LA) fertility clinic dedicated to treatment of male infertility and female infertility. Learn more about our comprehensive fertility and infertility treatments including IVF, IUI, Egg Donation, ICSI & Surrogacy. With over thirty years experience in both research and clinical practice, we are recognized as one of the country's premier practices for fertility care. California Fertility Partners understands that infertility is a personal issue and requires a sensitive and caring approach. We have dedicated our professional lives to the study and the practice of reproductive medicine to provide you the greatest chance for success.
9/10

Callen Lorde Community Health Center
356 W. 18th Street
New York, NY 10011
Contact persons: Amy Liss, Anthony Szczurek
212-271-7273
Fax: 212-271-8111 
ASzczurek@callen-lorde.org
www.callen-lorde.org
Callen-Lorde Community Health Center provides sensitive, quality health care and related services primarily to New York's lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender communities -- in all their diversity -- regardless of ability to pay. To further this mission, Callen-Lorde promotes health education and wellness and advocates for gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender health issues.
4/10

Cardone Reproductive Medicine & Infertility
2 Main St Ste 150
Stoneham, MA 02180
781-438-9600
Fax: 781-438-9601 
www.cardonerepromed.com
When considering parenthood with your partner, Cardone Reproductive Medical and Infertility can effectively guide your course. With above average statistics and success rates, the pathway to parenthood is maximized in a shortened timeframe. What is unique to the Center is their affiliations with networks of resources including agencies, mental health professionals, financial planners, insurance experts and attorneys who work with same-sex couples and individuals nationwide to effectively address the issues uniquely associated with alternative family building.
7/09 

Center for Better Bones
605 Franklin Park Drive
East Syracuse, NY 13057
Contact person: Susan Brown, PhD
315-432-1676
Fax: 315-432-9231
center@betterbones.com
www.betterbones.com
Natural approaches to preventing and treating osteoporosis.
8/13 

Centre Syracuse LLC
3300 James Street
Syracuse, NY 13206
Contact person: Heather Bentz
315-671-2202
Fax: 315-671-2203 
hbentz@csyracuse.com
www.centresyracuse.com
Centre Syracuse is a partial hospital program for the treatment of eating disorders. The program meets from 11:30am-6:30pm M-F, and we have housing available for participants from out of the area.
1/09

Child Health Care Associates
6700 Kirkville Rd
East Syracuse, NY 13078
Contact person: Janet Herrington (office manager)
315-463-2013
Fax: 315-463-2019 
www.childhealthcareassoc.com
Group practice for pediatric patients - newborn through age 19 years.
4/10 

The Circle of Healing Arts
100 N Main St, Ste 214
Elmira, NY 14901
Contact person: Naomi Young
607-737-4040
Fax: 607-734-0774
Trek@aol.com
www.thecircleofhealingarts.org
Working together with our community to heal ourselves and our planet! Offering Reiki, Yoga, Drum Circles & classes in Native American Spirituality & Metaphysics.
1/13

Danielle B. Clair, MD
200 North Street, Suite 101
Geneva, NY 14456
315-787-5111
Private practice providing comprehensive gynecologic and obstetric care. Special interest in perimenopausal and menopausal concerns.
2/10 

Peter Clark, MD
220 W. South Street
Groton, NY 13073
607-898-3341
Fax: 607-898-3982 
Solo family medicine practice providing outpatient medical services to all ages.
2/10

CNY Chiropractic / Dr. Elwira Kulawik
5781 Bridge Street, Suite 34
East Syracuse, NY 13057
315-455-6385
Fax: 315-446-1016 
CNYCHIRO@AOL.COM
www.cnychiropractic.com
Chiropractic care - gentle effective treatment for your pain - Activator & Myofascial Trigger Point Therapy.
4/09 

CNY Fertility Center
Robert Kiltz, MD
195 Intrepid Lane
Syracuse, NY 13205
315-469-8700
Fax: 315-469-6789 
rkiltz@cnyfertility.com
www.cnyfertility.com
We are an infertility center offering artificial insemination and in-vitro fertilization to everyone.
2/10 

CNY Fertility Center
38A Old Sparrowbush Rd.
Latham, NY 12180
518-690-0700
Fax: 518-724-5757 
www.cnyfertility.com
2/12

Community Gyn Care
Brooklyn, New York
Contact person: Gina Eichenbaum-Pikser, CNM
gina@communitygyn.com
www.communitygyn.com
I am a Certified Nurse-Midwife who provides unrushed, respectful, and personalized gynecological visits to the Brooklyn/NYC community. All visits take place in your own home, as this is the best setting to ensure you feel safe and comfortable. I also offer intrauterine insemination (IUI) at home. It is a privilege for me to help you grow your family, which means my work is always to facilitate your process. Queer/Gender Nonconforming friendly. Servicios también ofrecidos en español.
8/13

Community Healthcare Network-Transgender Program
975 Westchester Ave
Bronx, NY 10459
718-320-4466
We also have a program located in Jamaica, Queens:

Community Healthcare Network
Family Health Center
90-04 161st Street
Jamaica, NY 11432
718-523-2123
info@chnnyc.org
www.chnnyc.org
Comprehensive health services for transgendered people including primary care, mental health services, hormone treatment, STI treatments and prevention and support group.
8/13

Dr. Samuel Cooper
North Endicott Chiropractic
817 Pine Street
Endicott, NY 13760
607-754-7669
Fax: 607-754-3487 Fax
Samuelcooper@msn.com
www.NorthEndicottChiropractic.com
Chiropractic care, postural rehabilitation, and nutritional counseling.
2/10

Robert W. Crabtree III, DDS
1152 Main Street, Buffalo, NY 14209
880 Millersport Highway, Amherst, NY 14226
716-886-1000
Fax: 716-886-1028
rcrabtree@adelphia.net
General and cosmetic dentistry.
2/10

Delphi Healing Arts Center
3522 James St, Suite 104
Syracuse, NY 13206
Contact person: Joanne M. Verone
315-463-2600
Fax: 315-463-2672 
We are licensed Massage Therapists. We have 3 rooms that can be used for Massage. We have both men and women on staff. We were the 1st Massage Center in CNY. We have in the past hired Lesbian and Gay Massage Therapists to be on staff.
1/09 

DrugWatch.com
800-452-0949
www.drugwatch.com
DrugWatch.com is a comprehensive Web site database featuring extensive information about thousands of different medications and drugs currently on the market or previously available worldwide. DrugWatch.com includes up-to-date information about prescription and over-the-counter medications and includes details about associated side effects to aid in the protection of patients and consumers.
9/10 

Dryden Family Medicine
PO Box 8, 5 Evergreen Street
Dryden, NY 13053
607-844-8181
Fax: 607-844 4288 
www.drydenfamilymedicine.com
Primary care doctor's office with three doctors trained in family medicine and a nurse practitioner.
12/09

Karen Duguid, MD
ParkWest Women's Health
1820 S. Clinton Ave.
Rochester, NY 14618
Contact person: Wendy Spong, Nurse Manager
585-473-2846
Fax: 585-473-3098 
karen_duguid@urmc.rochester.edu
www.pwwh.com
Obstetrics and gynecology care for women of all ages including routine care, follow-up for abnormal pap smears, gynecologic surgery as necessary, among other services. We provide gynecology and early obstetric ultrasounds and bone density scans. New obstetric patients and all others are warmly welcomed.
7/15

Heather Emanuel, PA-C
Samaritan Family Health Center
3 DeMott Street
Lacona, NY 13083
315-387-3400
Fax: 315-387-3246 
Full family health care from newborns to end-of-life care, from sensitive, caring, somewhat irreverent providers. We use liberal doses of humor in our practice, which is fully inclusive of all lifestyles.
2/10

Endwell Family Physicians, LLP
415 Hooper Rd
Endwell, NY 13760
607-754-3863
Fax: 607-754-5697
Efp415@hotmail.com
www.endwellfamily.com
Family practice medical group offering a full range of services for individuals and families from newborn to old age. We offer pediatric and adult care for men and women. We have a walk-in service available from 9am to 9pm daily as well as appointments with your individual provider.
2/10

Erie County Dept. of Health
Patrick Pruski, MSN, RN, Coordinator of AIDS Education
95 Franklin Street
Buffalo, NY 14202
716-858-6342
www.erie.gov
Responsible for the planning, financing and oversight of a system of prevention, rehabilitation and treatment involving mental health, alcoholism, substance abuse, mental retardation/developmental disabilities that is accessible to the residents of Erie County.
8/23/07 

Family Care Medical Group
Mary Jackson, MD
Erika Lambert, MD
Lori Anderson, MD
308 West Seneca Street
Manlius, NY 13104
315-682-5080
Fax: 315-682-8847 
We are a family practice group who are comfortable and happy taking care of LGBT people and their families.
12/09 

Family Planning of South Central NY, Inc.
117 Hawley Street
Binghamton, NY 13901
607-723-5130
Fax: 607-723-4087 
Contact: Jason Garnar
jason.garnar@fpscny.org
fpscny@fpscny.org
www.fpscny.org
Our mission is to advocate and provide information, education and health care services pertaining to human sexuality and reproductive health in a private and confidential manner, respectful of all beliefs, supporting freedom of choice and responsibility.
8/14 

Anthony Fazio, LAc, CA
Peaceful Spirit Acupuncture
422 Taylor Place
Ithaca, NY 14850
607-272-0114
Fax: 607-272-0114 
peacefulspirit@twcny.rr.com
www.acupunctureithaca.com
General practice acupuncture, Chinese herbs, nutrition. Tai Ji Quan and Qi Gong instruction.
7/15

Fenway Health
LGBT Family & Parenting Services
1340 Boylston St.
Boston, MA 02215
617-927-6243
Fax: 617-247-3460
lcoolidge@fenwayhealth.org
www.fenwayhealth.org
LGBT Family and Parenting Services organizes education, support, and advocacy activities for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender prospective parents, parents, and children. These include The Alternative Insemination Program, LGBT Considering Parenting group, LGBT Parenting Workshops, and more.
8/13

Ferre Institute, Inc.
124 Front Street
Binghamton, NY 13905
607-724-4308
www.ferre.org
Ferre Institute, Inc. was founded in 1974. It is a non-profit organization dedicated to the promotion of quality services and education of professionals and the public about fertility, family building and concerns about inherited or genetic risks. The Institute provides professional training in adoption, infertility and medical genetics. It provides information and resources about family building issues to the public and is committed to raising awareness about the needs of individuals who are members of underserved communities and communities of color. The Institute also provides clinical genetic counseling services through a unique community based model. At present, we serve one million NYS residents in underserved and rural communities.
2/10 

Gay and Lesbian Medical Association (GLMA)
1326 18th St NW #22
Washington, DC 20036
415-255-4547
info@glma.org
www.glma.org
GLMA represents the interests of thousands of gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender physicians, medical students, and other health care professionals as well as millions of LGBT patients throughout North America. The largest organization of its kind, GLMA was founded in 1981 as the American Association of Physicians for Human Rights. Provides health care referrals.
2/11 

Timothy G. Geen, MD
Penfield Pediatrics, LLC
21 Willow Pond Way, Suite 200
Penfield, NY 14526
585-377-0840
Fax: 585-377-9715 
www.penfieldpediatrics.com
We provide comprehensive pediatric care to infants, children, and teens in a supportive and caring environment. We strive to be sensitive to the distinct needs of each family including those with LGBT parents or children.
12/09

Timothy J. Legg PhD, NPP
UHS Outpatient Mental Health
33 Mitchell Avenue, Summit Building Suite G80
Binghamton, NY 13903
607-762-2340
http://www.uhs.net/care-treatment/psychiatric-services/
12/14 

GentlyBorne Midwifery
Monica Daniel, CNM
253 North Applegate Road
Ithaca, NY 14850
607-273-2229
www.gentlyborne.com
I offer personalized consultation and healthcare visits. My private practice covers basic fertility counseling, annual exams, prenatal care and home delivery. My office is very quiet and private and all visits are extended (usually one hour) to allow plenty of time for discussion.
2/10

Greene County Family Planning
Laura Churchill, NP, Program Administrator
411 Main Street, 3rd Floor
Catskill, NY 12414
518-719-3580
Fax: 518-719-3797 
cstart@discovergreene.com
www.greenecountyfamilyplanning.com
Female nurse practitioners have provided expert, compassionate, reproductive health care to women, men, and teens for over 35 years. Services for women include comprehensive gynecological exams, birth control, emergency contraception, breast and cervical cancer screening, pregnancy testing, and level one infertility services. For men we offer complete physicals including testicular exams, and when appropriate prostate exams. For men and women we provide confidential or anonymous HIV counseling and testing and sexually transmitted infection testing and treatment. Medicaid and many other insurance plans are accepted and a sliding fee scale is available for those without insurance. Call for a confidential appointment because you deserve the best!
12/09

Clifford Hurley, MD
2211 Lyell Avenue (#101)
Rochester, NY 14606
585-426-0530
Fax: 585-426-9574 
Board certified family medicine physician with sixteen years experience caring for gays, lesbians, transgendered, transsexual, and straight individuals and their families. I participate in and accept most insurance plans. I also now do addiction medicine.
12/09

Innovated Health Care Managers, Inc.
PO Box 467
Skaneateles, NY 13152
Contact person: Lisa A. Alibrandi
315-730-3197
caremanagers21@aol.com
www.innovatedhealthcare.com
We are a full-spectrum health care management company whose primary focus is on preventing our clients from 'falling through the cracks' in health care, as well as helping to guarantee a low-stress positive outcome. We offer patient advocacy which is custom-tailored to each client, research services, expert preparation of the New York State Health Care Proxy, compilation of our clients' home health record, consultative and educational services. We specialize in working with the unique needs of LGBT individuals and families.
12/09

Ithaca Acupuncture: Integrative Medicine Center
301 West State Street
Ithaca, NY 14850
Contact: Neil Weinberg
607-275-9697
breathe@neilweinberg.com
http://www.ithacaacupuncture.com/
Neil utilizes a combination of healing therapies including acupuncture, cupping, moxibustion, herbal medicine, and holistic nutrition. He has had extensive training and continues to attend seminars on a regular basis to stay abreast of the latest developments in the field of natural healthcare. He is nationally board certified in herbal medicine, a key component to helping his patients create and maintain wellness. He understands the pressures and challenges of contemporary life which his patients face and offers valuable support and guidance.
7/15

Irondequoit Pediatrics
485 Titus, Suite F
Rochester, NY 14617
585-266-0310
Fax: 585-266-9207
www.irondequoitpediatrics.com
Three pediatricians and one nurse practitioner who strive to provide the best pediatric care possible.
12/09

Jacobus Center
60 Central Ave
Cortland, NY 13045
607-753-5027
http://cchd.cortland-co.org/index.php/divisions/jacobus-center
The Jacobus Center has supplied family planning/reproductive health services to the Cortland community since 1972. Quality health care and programs are provided with respect by our caring and professional team of nurse practitioners, nurses, educators, and support staff. JCRH provides a free STD testing and treatment program for the Cortland County Health Department.
7/14

Dr. Monica Jones
Syracuse Pediatrics
3175 East Genesee Street, Suite 2
Syracuse, NY 13224
315-251-2612
315-251-2616
syracusepeds@aol.com
www.syracusepediatrics.com
We are a pediatric group that cares for all children from birth to college in a warm, fun and loving environment.
12/09

Nathan W. Keever, DO
132 Albany Street
Cazenovia, NY 13035
315-655-2895
194 North Main Street
Oriskany Falls, NY 13425
315-821-7277
drkeever@hotmail.com
We provide care for the entire family from newborn to geriatric care. We are staffed by a board-certified family physician as well as a certified family nurse practitioner.
2/10

Erin Kerr
Ithaca Birth Group
Ithaca, NY 14850
Contact person: Erin Kerr
607-592-2568
ithacabirthgroup@gmail.com
www.ithacabirthgroup.com
Ithaca Birth Group has historically offered, and has now resumed offering, the Ithaca and surrounding communities opportunities to explore information and local resources regarding pregnancy, labor, childbirth, postpartum and breastfeeding. Led by local doula Erin Kerr, of Sacred Earth Doula Care, IBG will offer bi-weekly opportunities to connect with others in the community, providing a judgment-free space in which to learn from each other and explore these and other topics more in-depth. Series are ongoing, please visit our website for current dates and discussion topics.
7/15 

James Dana Kondrup, MD
Broome OB/GYN
161 Riverside Drive, Suite 109
607-770-7074
Fax: 607-770-3452 
www.EndometriosisCenter.com
We provide full gynecologic and fertility care. In addition, we provide the most advanced options in laparoscopic surgery.
2/10

Richard Kulak, DO
North Medical PC
5100 W Taft Rd Suite 2W
Liverpool, NY 13088
315-452-2828
Fax: 315-452-2677
Family physician providing a wide range of medical services to all ages.
2/10 

Lake Champlain Ob/Gyn, PC
206 Cornelia St #306
Plattsburgh, NY 12901
518-566-9452
Fax: 518-562-7189 
lakeobgyn@primelink1.net
All aspects of women's health care. AIUM ultrasound certified. Artificial insemination services.
7/15 

Andrew J. Levi, MD, FACOG
Park Avenue Fertility
5520 Park Avenue, Suite 103
Trumbull, CT 06611
Contact person: Diane Mervine
203-372-6700
Fax: 203-372-6706 
dianemervine@parkavefertility.com
www.parkavefertility.com
Family building for lesbian and gay couples and intended single parents. Compassionate and individualized care. Services offered include IVF with ICSI, donor egg and gestational carrier programs, pre-implantation genetic diagnosis for genetics and sex selection, donor insemination, state of the art IVF laboratory on site. Board certified in reproductive endocrinology and infertility.
12/09

Lifetime Health Medical Group
Maritza Baez
899 Main St
Buffalo, NY 14203
716-878-2700
716-878-2701
www.lifetimehealth.org
Lifetime Health Medical Group is a versatile primary care practice with 11 locations throughout Buffalo and Rochester, NY. In addition to family and internal medicine, and pediatrics, we offer Urgent Care, Pharmacy, and many specialty services. All Lifetime Health practices have been awarded recognition by the National Committee for Quality Assurance Physician Practice Connections® Program as Level 3 Patient Centered Medical Homes, the national organization's highest designation.
3/13

Liverpool Chiropractic & Wellness PLLC
403 Tulip St
Liverpool, NY 13088
Contact person: Dr. Laura Harrington
315-461-4510
www.liverpool-chiropractic.com
Chiropractic Services - helping people achieve their maximal health potential by removing subluxations and nerve interference, thus obtaining maximal spinal connection.
12/09

Dr. Mayo Obstetrics & Gynecology
141 Groton Avenue
Cortland, NY 13045
Dr. David Mayo
607-662-0103
http://www.regionalmedicalpractice.com/ob-gyn/
Dr. David Mayo provides a full range of women's health services, from prenatal care and childbirth, to reproductive and gynecologic primary care, as well as related surgical procedures.
7/14

M.A.Z.E. Cord Blood Laboratories
2975 Westchester Ave
Purchase, NY 10577
Contact person: Kathy Shea
914-683-0000
Fax: 914-683-0974 
kathy@mazelabs.com
www.mazecordblood.com
M.A.Z.E. Cord Blood Labs provides state of the art cord blood banking at an affordable price. Our fees are up to half what our competitors charge because we do not have expensive marketing or salesforce costs and we pass that savings on to our customers. We will provide the LGBT community a further discount of $50 off the processing and storage fee when you mention code GSWP.
3/9/09

Arlene Messer, DDS/Anna Belous, DDS
2052 S. Clinton Ave
Rochester, NY 14618
585-244-3337
Fax: 585-244-0622 
info@dentistrywithaheart.com
www.arlenemesserdds.com
General and cosmetic dentistry. Sedation dentistry. Implant dentistry.
2/10

Neurological and Stroke Care
634 Plank Rd, Ste. 106
Clifton Park, NY 12065
Contact person: Dr. Irina Kaplan
518-388-9900
Fax: 518-374-1701 
www.nscenter.org
Family Practice. Neurology. Pain Management.
3/10 

Darlene Ninos, LMT
Center for Holistic Services
4513 Old Vestal Road
Vestal, NY 13850
607-729-5490
agreategg@aol.com
Massage therapist in private practice since 1981, Darlene strives to provide each client with a nurturing and non-judgmental environment. The treatment approach to your wholeness may incorporate a combination of modalities such as Deep Swedish Massage, Reflexology, and Movement Re-Education, among others. Each session is geared to best serve your particular needs, whether it's relaxation/rejuvenation massage or for treatment of an ailment, and to respect your journey to health and well-being.
5/10

Out for Health
A project of Planned Parenthood of the Southern Finger Lakes
111 E Seneca Street
Ithaca, NY 14850
607-216-0021
Fax: 607-216-0023 
lgbt@ppsfl.org
www.outforhealth.org
In addition to the medical services offered in the clinic, and our clinic counselors who are available to discuss family building and resources, we are also now proud to offer, Out for Health, an LGBT health and wellness project. This program is housed at our new Education and LGBT Outreach Office on Seneca Street. Please visit our website for more information and to sign up for our newsletter.
12/09

Papillon Gender Wellness Center
New Hope, PA
215-693-1199
Fax: 215-693-1197 
PapillonCenter@aol.com
www.drchristinemcginn.com
FtM and MtF genital and chest surgery ~ Facial Feminization Surgery ~ Contrahormone Therapy ~ Fertility Services ~ Voice Therapy ~ Counseling Services
12/09

John J. Paris, DDS
301 Exchange Blvd., Suite 202
Rochester, NY 14608
585-263-7680
Jparis947@aol.com
General dentistry for adults and children.
2/10

Perinatal Network of Monroe County
339 East Avenue, Suite 203
Rochester, NY 14604
585-546-4930
Fax: 585-546-3021 
www.pnmc-hsr.org
The Perinatal Network of Monroe County provides information, coordination, and support services to improve maternal/child health in Monroe County, New York.
4/10 

Dr. Suzanne Piotrowski, MD
Highland Family Medicine
777 S. Clinton Ave
Rochester, NY 14620
585-469-6578
Fax: 585-442-8319 
Suzanne_Piotrowski@urmc.rochester.edu
Full family practice services including a focus on teen and women's health issues, pediatric and gyn services; Faculty at the University of Rochester.
7/15

Planned Parenthood Mohawk Hudson, Inc.
1040 State St
Schenectady, NY 12307
518-374-5353
Fax: 518-347-8234
L.Scharf@ppmhchoices.org
www.ppmhchoices.org
Health Care You Can Trust. Get confidential, affordable, quality care in a safe, supportive health center. Staff members affirm patients' sexual orientation and gender identity. Services for men and women include: STI testing and treatment-don't let fear or embarrassment become a health risk. Get tested. HIV counseling and testing is confidential and free for patients. Safer Sex-Get condoms and dental dams to help you play it safe. We can also help you choose the birth control method that's best for you. Also refer to http://www.ppmhchoices.org/PDF/safe_places.pdf for a list of health services that are LGBT friendly in the North Country.
2/10

Planned Parenthood of the Mid-Hudson Valley, Inc.
Educational Center Clinic
26 West Street 136 Lake St, Ste 11
Newburgh, NY 12550 Newburgh, NY 12550
845-562-3098, 845-562-5748
jane.elven@ppfa.org
www.ppmhv.org
Our 'Circles' Program creates circles of safety and support for LGBT people. We do this by providing safe, sensitive services at all of our medical offices in Dutchess, Orange, Sullivan and Ulster Counties, training other health and human service providers in our region, Safe Schools Conferences, and support groups for LGBT youth. Our infertility support group welcomes LGBT couples. Our clinic provides routine family planning services to women and men of all ages. We charge on a sliding scale according to income and family size. Medicaid and many insurances accepted. All services are confidential.
2/11

Planned Parenthood of the Southern Finger Lakes
314 West State Street
Ithaca, NY 14850
607-273-1513 – medical office
607-216-0021 – education
Fax: 607-216-0023 
www.sextalk.org
Provides resource and referral service for gay and lesbian people seeking information and support on family building issues. (We are not a direct service provider regarding fertility issues).
2/10 

Planned Parenthood of Western New York Inc.
2697 Main Street
Buffalo, NY 14214
716-831-2200
Fax: 716-831-1065
www.ppwny.org
Gynecological care for women. Sexually transmitted infection testing and treatment for men and women. Birth control information and supplies for men and women. Educational and advocacy services. Also offices in Lockport, Niagara Falls, North Tonawanda, West Seneca, and Wheatfield.
2/10 

Planned Parenthood Upper Hudson
855 Central Ave, Ste 4
Albany, NY 12206
518-434-5678
info@uhpp.org
www.uhpp.org
GLBT-aware staff. A welcoming provider offering annual physicals, gynecological exams, preventive health screenings, STI testing and treatment, confidential HIV counseling and testing, cryosurgery and colposcopy for treatment of abnormal pap smears, fertility counseling, family planning services, prenatal care and abortion services. All services are confidential, sliding fee scale. Medicaid and insurances accepted. Offices also located in Hudson and Troy, NY.
2/11 

Mildred C. Portela, L.Ac.
3200 Brighton Henrietta Town Line Rd.
Rochester, New York 14623
Contact person: Mildred C. Portela, L.Ac.
585-298-0185
mildredcportela@yahoo.com
www.brightonpathways.com
Mildred C. Portela, L.Ac., is an integrative healthcare practitioner who is passionate about sharing her healing abilities for others to achieve a high quality of life. Mildred studied Japanese and French classical acupuncture traditions at Tri-State College of Acupuncture in New York City. She is certified in Reiki Therapy and Qi Gong Therapy. Her treatments heal stress, stress related illness, pain, depression, PTSD, sports related injuries and chronic conditions.
2/13 

Randy G. Raetz, DDS
2273 Clinton Avenue S
Westfall Park Medical Center
Rochester, NY 14618
585-473-1550
Fax: 585-473-1552 
rgrdds@rochester.rr.com
www.drrandydds.com
Gay friendly dentist who takes advantage of all of the available technologies. We have intra-oral cameras as well as digital x-rays. These technologies give patients a way to see what treatment needs to be done. We also now have the ability and technology to do most crowns at one visit!
7/15

Reproductive Medicine Associates of Connecticut
(also serving New York)
10 Glover Ave
Norwalk, CT 06850
Contact person: Dr. Mark P. Leondires
800-865-5431
Fax: 203-846-9579 
inquiries@rmact.com
www.rmact.com
RMACT's team of physicians and staff are proud to serve the gay and lesbian community through comprehensive fertility programs including, surrogacy, egg donation and sperm donation services. Our medical team includes leading experts in reproductive medicine who use the most advanced and effective options to treat infertility in both men and women. We work with the LGBT community to help build families of choice and make your dreams a reality.

1/10
Additional Locations:
67 Sand Pit Road, Suite 300 40 East Putnam Avenue, 1st Floor
Cos Cob, CT 06807 Danbury, CT 06810

70 Maple Avenue 600 Westage Business Center Drive
Rye, NY 10580 Fishkill, NY 12524

Rochester Fertility Care, PC
Dr. Rosalind Hayes
Dr. Jamil Mroueh
1561 Long Pond Road, Suite 410
Rochester, NY 14626
585-453-7760
Fax: 585-453-7771 
www.rochesterfertilitycare.com
Provides high quality medical care in a private practice setting. Services include ovulation induction, donor sperm insemination, in vitro fertilization, donor egg invitro fertilization and surrogacy. Surgical services include minimally invasive surgery via laparoscopy and hysteroscopy.
12/09

Jerome H. Rosenstein, MD, FACOG - OB/GYN Care
Contact: Sue Rosenstein
30 Harrison Street, Suite 320
Johnson City, NY 13790
607-763-8391
beadsue@gmail.com
www.JerryRosensteinMD.com
Dr. Jerome Rosenstein has devoted more than two decades to helping thousands of women from 10 to 99 years of age. He has delivered more than 3,000 babies, including many from high-risk pregnancies. Other services include gynecological care as well as hormonial therapy for transgender patients. Dr. Rosenstein can also provide post surgical dialation treatment for male to female transitional patients. His philosophical approach to adolescent medicine is one of gentle and compassionate care.
7/15  

Sacred Earth Doula Care
Erin Kerr
607-592-2568
Erink712@yahoo.com
Friendly and caring labor and birth doula services for families in Ithaca and the surrounding region. Currently accepting clients for hospital or home deliveries. LGBTQ-, single-parent- and young parent(s)-supportive. Additional services available: consultations, birth plan building, referrals. Sliding scale fees and flexible payment options. DONA-trained.
8/13

Theresa M. Schwartz, NP
Rochester Colon & Rectal Surgeons
125 Lattimore Rd., Suite 270
Rochester, NY 14620
585-244-5670
Fax: 585-461-2509 
tschwartz@rochestercolon.com
www.rochestercolon.com/services/anal-cancer-screening-prevention-treatment-rochester-ny.php
Diagnosis and treatment of anal HPV-realted conditions. Anal Pap tests and High Resolution Anoscopy for the diagnosis of anal dysplasia. Infrared Photocoagulation for the treatment of HPV-related conditions.
7/15

Stacy Snyder, Licensed Acupuncturist
329 South Geneva Street
Ithaca, NY 14850
607-277-9403 ext. 3
My practice offers acupuncture and traditional Chinese herbal medicine, two technologies that have been used since ancient times for enhancing human health. These are "low-tech" modalities for fertility support including treatment of menstrual irregularity, fibroids, & other gynecological issues. I am a NYS licensed acupuncturist & a graduate of the American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine in San Francisco in private practice since 1994.
2/10

Dr. C. Michael Sostowski, DDS
1550 Vestal Parkway East
Vestal, NY 13850
607-786-4423
Fax: 607-786-4449 
drs@dazzlingsmiles.biz
www.dazzlingsmiles.biz
We provide advanced dental care with a soft touch. Your smile impacts your health, self-esteem and relationships. Our staff will give you options, support and comfort to achieve your dental dreams.
12/09

Southern Tier Women's Services
Office of Amy Cousins, MD
149 Vestal Parkway West
PO Box 642
Vestal, NY 13851
607-785-4171
Fax: 607-785-3915 
www.AmyCousinsMD.com
Although primarily specializing in abortion care, Dr. Amy Cousins and nurse practitioner Sue Siebold-Simpson offer well woman care that welcomes LGBTs.
2/10

Dr. Laura E. Staff
Capital District Medical & Wellness PC
3 Wembley Ct
Albany, NY 12205
518-869-4300
Fax: 518-869-8386 
Full service family practice (including obstetrics) welcoming LGBT people. We give patient centered individualized care for people of all ages, stages and cultures.
12/09

TransLine
Project HEALTH
https://transline.zendesk.com/home
TransLine is a national online transgender medical consultation service that offers healthcare providers up-to-date transgender clinical information and individualized case consultation across a broad range of clinical transgender issues. TransLine is staffed by expert medical providers from LGBT clinics from around the nation who can help you provide the best possible care to your transgender patients.
11/12

United Health Services
10-42 Mitchell Ave
Binghamton, NY 13903
607-762-2200
www.UHS.net
United Health Services is proud to provide comprehensive health care services to every member of our community.
2/10

United Hospice of Rockland, Inc.
11 Stokum Lane
New City, NY 10956
Contact person: Amy Stern
845-634-4974
Fax: 845-634-7549 
astern@hospiceofrockland.org
www.hospiceofrockland.org
Provides comprehensive care and support to individuals and their loved ones facing advanced illness. Bereavement services are available for anyone in the community who has had a loss. Our program, www.assuringyourwishes.org, securely stores your advance directives online.
7/15

United Medical Associates
601 Riverside Dr
Johnson City, NY 13790
607-763-8088
Fax: 607-729-4452 
www.unitedmedical.net
Our OB/GYN service provides care to all women through the full spectrum of routine, diagnostic and surgical GYN care, as well as obstetric care for non-high risk pregnancies. Our staff of providers currently consists of two male physicians, three female physicians, a female nurse practitioner and a female nurse midwife. We look forward to providing competent, sensitive, non-biased care to women of all ages.
2/10

Victor Internal Medicine & Pediatrics PC
DBA Victor Health Associates
1331 E. Victor Road
Victor, NY 14564
585-924-2100
Fax: 585-924-5920 
Victor.health@hotmail.com
Primary care for all ages. Board certified pediatricians and internal medicine physicians.
2/10

Voice Modification Program
Emery Educational and Clinical Services Center
The College of Saint Rose
Albany, NY
Contact person: Jack Pickering, Ph.D., CCC-SLP
518-454-5236
Fax: 518-454-2083 
pickerij@strose.edu
This program provides voice and communication services to people in the transgender community. Two-hour sessions include both group and individual treatment, and clients have the chance to speak to classes about the transgender experience. Program participants work with graduate student clinicians studying speech-language pathology in a supportive college environment.
8/13

Neil Weinberg, L.Ac.
Complementary Medicine and Healing Arts
27 Jennison Ave
Johnson City, NY 13790
607-729-0591
Fax: 607-729-0967 
breathe@neilweinberg.com
http://naturallywell.us/
And also:
Ithaca Acupuncture
301 West State Street
Ithaca NY 14850
607-275-9697
breathe@neilweinberg.com
www.ithacacaupuncture.com
Providing professional Chinese medical care in a calm and compassionate atmosphere. Assistance with a wide range of medical, emotional and spiritual concerns including stress and anxiety, depression, insomnia and infertility. Treating adults and children.
7/15

Westchester Reproductive Medicine
Rachel A. Bennett
344 E Main St, Suite 403
Mount Kisco, NY 10549
914-962-6300
Fax: 914-962-6301 
drbennett@westchesterreproductivemedicine.com
www.westchesterreproductivemedicine.com
Westchester Reproductive Medicine is happy to provide services to the LGBT community. Dr. Rachel A. Bennett, a board certified reproductive endocrinologist, is the sole physician in this practice. We provide a wide range of reproductive endocrine/infertility services, including donor sperm insemination, donor sperm IVF, and donor egg IVF. We look forward to meeting you and helping you to fulfill your family building needs.
3/09 

Whitney M. Young, Jr. Health Center
920 Lark Drive
Albany, NY 12207
518-465-4771
Fax: 518-465-5964 
info@wmyhealth.org
www.wmyhealth.org
A full service ambulatory care facility providing medical, dental and addiction services without regard to income or insurance status. Services include: pediatrics, adult medicine, gynecology, podiatry, lab, WIC, dental, methadone maintenance, family alcoholism services, HIV/AIDS and more. Accepts many insurances including Medicaid, Medicare, Family Health Plus, etc. For uninsured patients, Whitney Young offers a sliding fee scale based on income and family size.
8/13

Carolyn Wolf-Gould, MD
Susquehanna Family Practice
One Foxcare Center
Oneonta, NY 13820
Contact person: Office staff
607-431-5757
Fax: 607-431-5038 
cawolf-gould@aofmh.org
Dr. Wolf-Gould practices the full range of both inpatient and outpatient family practice, including adult medicine and pediatrics. She also offers cross sex hormone therapy for adult transgender patients, and treatment of gender non conforming children and teens. Her practice is closed to all but new transgender patients, so please let the office staff know you wish transgender care when you call to schedule an appointment. Primary care services for LGBTQIA patients. Hormone Therapy for transgender adults. Pubertal blockers and treament for transgender youth.
8/14

Women Gynecology & Childbirth Associates, P.C.
1815 South Clinton Ave, Suites 610, 630, and 640 Rochester, NY 14618
585-244-3430
1630 Empire Blvd, Webster, NY 14580 585 787-8480
515 Long Pond Rd, Rochester, NY 14612 585 720-9280
info@wgcaobgyn.com
www.wgcaobgyn.com
Our practice of all women physicians, including a Nurse Midwife and Nurse Practitioner, specializes in Ob/Gyn care for women from adolescence through adulthood. Our mission is to provide the highest quality of obstetrical and gynecological care to all of our patients in a professional, competent and compassionate manner. In addition to providing Ob/Gyn care we are pleased to now offer medical spa services, including massage therapy, laser services, and lymph edema therapy in our Brighton location.
12/09

Women's View Gynecology, PC
Dr. MaryAnn Millar, MD, FACOG
1200 East Genesee Street, Suite 207
Syracuse, NY 13210
315-634-2500
Fax: 315-634-2503 
Provides the highest quality gynecological care for all women. We welcome lesbian, bisexual and transgendered women to the practice.
12/09

The Zukowski Center for Cosmetic Plastic Surgery
3612 West Lake Avenue - Suite 1-C
Wilmette, IL 60091
Contact person: Dr. Mark L. Zukowski
847-853-8869
Fax: 847-853-8870 
www.mlzukowski.com
All spectrum of surgeries for the transgendered individual including face and body feminization/masculinization and micrograft hair grafting. We utilize state of the art 21st century techniques to make you look your "stunning best!"
12/09 

Realtors

The Funding Source Mortgage Banker
3200 Burnet Ave
Syracuse, NY 13206
Contact person: Philip Latessa
315-434-9292
Fax: 315-434-9550 
funding@tfsny.com
www.tfsny.com
Gay owned and operated. Mortgages, Re-finances, Home Improvement Loans - FHA, Conventional, VA, and many more options.
2/10

Gay-Homes.com
J. Mark Kasper, owner/licensed real estate broker
PO Box 23696
Oakland Park, FL 33307
800-GAY-HOMES (429-4663)
Fax: 815 361-7408 
mkasper@gay-homes.com
www.Gay-Homes.com
Free referral to gay or lesbian real estate agents nationwide.
2/10

Jacey Hanson
Yankee Realty
1707 Central Ave Ste 201
Albany, NY 12205
518-209-8031
jace@pennywhistle.net
Sensitive. Caring. Honest. Non-judgmental. Please feel free to call for any real estate need. Specializing in LGBTQ clients.
*Realtor*
1/10 

Christine E. Hoffman
Countryside Realty, Inc.
72 South Main Street, Box #27
Earlville, NY 13332
315-691-2100
Fax: 315-691-2072
Cehoffman2009@twcny.rr.com
www.century21.com
Real estate sales agent Christine E. Hoffman specializes in working with LGBTQ-identified clients in selling and purchasing homes, land, and commercial property.
4/10

Kim Jenkins
Nothnagle Realtors
4156 Buffalo Road
Rochester, NY 14624
585-503-3560
Fax: 585-594-4163 
kjenkins@nothnagle.com
www.nothnagle.com
Providing professional real estate service that you can feel comfortable with. Myself, my kids, and partner live and work in the Greater Rochester area. Call me, I'd love to help you sell or buy a home.
2/10

Sue Krause, Licensed Associate Real Estate Broker
RealtyUSA
4747 Vestal Parkway East
Vestal, NY 13850
607-772-1177
Cell: 607-760-3366 
Fax: 607-772-24351 
SKrause@RealtyUSA.com
www.RealtyUSA.com/suzannekrause
I am a lesbian specializing in the sale of residential and investment property in Broome County. I'll guide you through the home selling, home buying, or investment property purchase.
8/13

Lynn Mallaro
Hunt Real Estate, ERA
6849 E. Genesee St
Fayetteville, NY 13066
315-427-5928
Fax: 315-446-5366 
lynn.mallaro@huntrealestate.com
www.lynnmallaro.com
I am a full service realtor serving all of Central New York. Recently listed as a top agent with Hunt, ERA, customer service is my primary focus. My objective is to help you to have a stress free experience as you navigate through the home buying/selling process.
8/13 

Jane Maloney
Hunt Real Estate
6849 E. Genesee St
Fayetteville, NY 13206
315-447-6338
Fax: 315-446-5366 
jmaloney@huntrealestate.com
http://huntrealestate.com/
Jane Maloney-No Baloney.
1/12

Mark G. McHugh
Audrey Edelman RealtyUSA
701 Hancock St
Ithaca, NY 14850
607-227-6216
myagentmark@aol.com
www.livinginithaca.com
Mark is an experienced agent and can represent you in residential, land, and commercial real estate sales as a buyers agent or as a sellers agent. He has been serving buyers and sellers since 2004.
8/13 

Ben Shor/Prudential Nutshell Realty
3056 Route 213
Stone Ridge, NY 12484
845-687-2200
Fax: 845-687-4162 
Ben@NutshellRealty.com
www.TeamUlsterRealEstate.com
I list homes for sale and help home buyers find their dream home. I specialize in the marketing of homes for sale by taking photographs, preparing the virtual tours, creating individual websites for the homes that I market, and placing these homes on real-estate-search websites, as well as YouTube, Facebook, and Craigslist. E-Marketing is my specialty!
11/09

Laurel Sweeney/Prudential Nutshell Realty
3056 Route 213
Stone Ridge, NY 12484
845-687-2200
Fax: 845-687-4162 
Laurel@NutshellRealty.com
www.NutshellRealty.com
I am an integral part of the success of Prudential Nutshell Realty, which is #4 in residential sales in Ulster County for 2009. I take my client's goals and objectives seriously, and work diligently to help them achieve these goals. I currently serve on the Board of the Women's Studio Workshop and I am a supporter of the Kingston LGBTQ Center.
11/09

Ray Wihak
Berkshire Hathaway CNY realty
6868 East Genesee St
Fayetteville, NY
315-415-6376
rwwihak@syr.edu
7/15 

Sperm Banks

BioGenetics Corp.
187 Mill Lane
Mountainside, NJ 07092
800-637-7776
Fax: 908 232-2114 
director@sperm1.com
www.sperm1.com
A family of companies providing cryopreservation of reproductive cells for men and women, as well a worldwide distribution of donor sperm specimens of ethnic diversity. BioGenetics is FDA Registered and New York State Licensed.
7/15

California Cryobank
11915 La Grange Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90025
866-927-9622
Fax: 866-625-7336 
askccb@cryobank.com
www.cryobank.com
California Cryobank is an international leader in the field of sperm banking. Stringent quality controls and a vast selection of donors have earned us the confidence of fertility specialists worldwide. Our services include frozen donor semen, long term semen and embryo and egg storage, andrology services and cord blood banking. New York State licensed.
7/15

Cryobiology, Inc
4830 Knightsbridge Blvd Suite D
Columbus, OH 43214
Contact person: Donna Ridder
800-359-4375
Fax: 614 451-5284 
info@cryobio.com
www.cryobio.com
Cryobiology Inc. is a leader in reliable, high quality, tested and quarantined, private donor sperm samples. Services are available for directed donors, the military, for storage, third party shipping, fertility preservation and purchasing of donor sperm.
8/13 

Cryogenic Laboratories, Inc
1944 Lexington Avenue North
Roseville, MN 55113
1-800-466-2796
Fax: 1-651-489-8989
info@cryolab.com
www.cryolab.com
CLI provides the highest quality donor sperm for individuals or couples beginning or continuing their family building. CLI also provides long term storage of sperm, eggs, and embryos. 8/13 

Fairfax Cryobank
3015 Williams Drive
Fairfax, VA 22031
800-338-8407
Fax: 703-698-3933 
info@fairfaxcryobank.com
www.fairfaxcryobank.com
Fairfax Cryobank provides the highest quality donor sperm for individuals or couples beginning or continuing their family building. Fairfax Cryobank also provides long term storage of sperm, eggs, and embryos at 3 locations: Fairfax VA, Philadelphia PA, and Austin TX.
8/15

Fertility Center of California
6699 Alvarado Road, Suite 2208
San Diego, California 92120
619-286-3520
Fax: 619-265-1429
Hotline: 888-951-CRYO (2796)
www.spermbankcalifornia.com
The Fertility Center of California (FCC) is a nationally acclaimed cryopreservation center providing fertility care since for over 32 years. As a premiere cryobank, sperm bank and infertility clinic, physicians and patients turn to FCC for expert fertility preservation and reproductive services. From fertility testing and treatments, to our sperm donor and long-term storage programs, FCC has the resources to help you through this journey.
1/13

Fertility Cryobank
5670 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 1330
Los Angeles, CA 90036
800-877-4438
Fax: 323-965-0900 
www.fertilitycryobank.com
We are the first and only sperm bank to provide recent photos and a video interview on every donor.
1/10

The Fertility Institutes
Ana Portillo
16030 Ventura Blvd, Suite 404
Encino, CA 91436
800-222-2802
Fax: 702-458-6526 Fax
LVFertility@aol.com
www.fertility-docs.com
The west's largest and most successful full service, non-discriminatory fertility programs. Providing the opportunity for all future parents to become families in a confidential caring environment. Surrogate mothers, egg donors, sperm donors, and all variations of fertility assistants available to well motivated individuals and couples. Call us toll free for information.
3/09

Idant Laboratories
350 Fifth Avenue; Suite 7120
New York, NY 10118
Contact person: Dr. Gary Fischman
212-330-8500
Fax: 212-330-8536
info@idant.com
www.idant.com
Idant Laboratories provides high-quality sperm from thoroughly screened and tested donors to individuals who have chosen artificial insemination as their method for fertility. Idant also provides semen banking.
10/09 

New England Cryogenic Center, Inc.
153 Needham Street, Bldg #1
Newton, MA 02464
800-991-4999
Fax: 617-244-6659 
mburke@necryogenic.com
www.necryogenic.com
NECC is one of the largest full-service cryogenic labs in the world offering sperm donor services. Our clients come to us in search of one of the most important things in life-Family-and we never lose sight of the human and emotional nature of our work. We have proudly been serving the ENTIRE community since 1982. New York State licensed.
1/10

Pacific Reproductive Services Sperm Bank & Fertility Center
444 De Haro St, Suite 222
San Francisco, CA 94107
888-469-5800
Fax: 415-863-4358 
info@pacrepro.com
www.pacrepro.com
Pacific Reproductive Services is lesbian-owned and was founded in 1984 specifically to serve the lesbian community. We provide the country's largest selection of donors "willing to be known" and meet a child at least once, should the child request it, after he or she reaches 18. This large selection of such donors, who are more challenging to recruit than those who wish to remain anonymous, reflects our commitment to the special needs of lesbian families. We are a sperm bank that provides nationwide shipping and also offers insemination services at our offices in San Francisco and Pasadena, California. We are a leader in donor testing and screening and also perform more extensive genetic testing than any other U.S. sperm bank. Lastly, in addition to surpassing FDA regulations, our accreditations include licensures in the two states with the most rigorous standards (New York and California).
4/10

Rainbow Flag Health Services
Leland Traiman, RN/FNP, Director
933B Central Avenue
Alameda, CA 94501
510-521-SPERM (7737)
leland@gayspermbank.com
www.gayspermbank.com
We have openly gay donors and tell the mother the donor's identity when the child is three months old. (Please note: not licensed in New York state).
We also offer Donor Home Delivery which allows your known donor to ship his sperm with a non-toxic preservative, so it will remain viable for insemination, without freezing his sperm. You get it the next day for home insemination via FedEx.
1/10 

Reproductive Medicine Associates of Connecticut
(also serving New York)
10 Glover Ave
Norwalk, CT 06850
Contact person: Dr. Mark P. Leondires
800-865-5431
Fax: 203-846-9579 
inquiries@rmact.com
www.rmact.com
RMACT's team of physicians and staff are proud to serve the gay and lesbian community through comprehensive fertility programs including, surrogacy, egg donation and sperm donation services. Our medical team includes leading experts in reproductive medicine who use the most advanced and effective options to treat infertility in both men and women. We work with the LGBT community to help build families of choice and make your dreams a reality.
1/10
Additional Locations:
67 Sand Pit Road, Suite 300 40 East Putnam Avenue, 1st Floor
Cos Cob, CT 06807 Danbury, CT 06810

70 Maple Avenue 600 Westage Business Center Drive
Rye, NY 10580 Fishkill, NY 12524 

The Sperm Bank of California
Laurie Silverman
2115 Milvia Street, Suite 201
Berkeley, CA 94704
510-841-1858
Fax: 510-841-0332 
info@thespermbankofca.org
www.thespermbankofca.org
The Sperm Bank of California's mission is to provide services, information and resources to all women and men who choose to create or expand their families through donor insemination and sperm storage. Since our founding over 25 years ago, we have proudly served the LGBT community while being dedicated to promoting an open approach to donor insemination and advocating for family diversity.
1/10

Surrogacy

Adoptions From The Heart
30-31 Hampstead Circle
Wynnewood, PA 19096
1-800-355-5500
adoption@adoptionsfromtheheart.org
www.adoptionsfromtheheart.org
Offers domestic adoption, surrogacy in India, home studies, education classes and help with second parent adoptions. Our domestic adoption program is open to couples and singles and with open domestic adoption, birth parents choose the adoptive parent(s) by looking at profiles and videos. AFTH's Heartbeats Assisted Reproduction Program has partnered with Surrogacy Abroad to offer gestational surrogacy in India. This program makes it possible for intended parents who are unable to carry a child, to have a child that is biologically related to them. While maintaining the high quality of medical care, surrogacy in India is considerably less expensive that surrogacy in the U.S. and allows both intended parents of LGBT couples to be listed on the child's birth certificate. AFTH is proud to be one of the only two adoption agencies to have received the Human Relations Committee's Seal for supporting our LGBT families. For more information on our services, visit our website.
12/09 

Dr. Betsy Aigen / Surrogate Mother Program
220 West 93rd Street, Suite 1A
New York, NY 10025
212-496-1070
www.surrogacy.com
We are a comprehensive program and provide psychological, medical and legal services. We support our clients through all the intricacies of the process. We are especially known for screening birth mothers who we legally provide for artificial insemination or IVF. We have been operating for 25 years.
8/24/07

Beverly Hills Egg Donation, LLC
468 N. Camden #200
Beverly Hills, CA 90210
Contact person: Lisa Greer (Managing Partner)
310-601-3132
Fax: 310-694-9063 
lisa@bhed.com
www.bhed.com
At Beverly Hills Egg Donation (BHED), we provide a caring, consultative approach to help you through the egg donation process. We work with most of the top fertility clinics in the U.S., and with clients worldwide, and a large portion of our clientele are gay couples. We have a large number of intelligent, attractive and generous young women to choose from, and we look forward to helping you!
1/10

California Fertility Partners
Guy E. Ringler, M.D.
11818 Wilshire Blvd. Suite 300
Los Angeles, CA 90025
310-828-4008
www.californiafertilitypartners.com
California Fertility Partners is a Los Angeles (LA) fertility clinic dedicated to treatment of male infertility and female infertility. Learn more about our comprehensive fertility and infertility treatments including IVF, IUI, egg donation, ICSI and Surrogacy. With over 30 years' experience in both research and clinical practice, we are recognized as one of the country's premier practices for fertility care. California Fertility Partners understands that infertility is a personal issue and requires a sensitive and caring approach. We have dedicated our professional lives to the study and the practice of reproductive medicine to provide you the greatest chance for success.
9/10

Center for Surrogate Parenting, Inc. and Egg Donation, Inc.
Sherrie Smith
9 State Circle, Suite 302
Annapolis, MD 21401
410-990-9860
sherrie@creatingfamilies.com
www.creatingfamilies.com
www.eggdonor.com
CSP, Inc. and ED, Inc. have been helping couples create their families since 1980. With offices in California and Maryland, we work with a team of counselors, doctors and attorneys to oversee all aspects of the process.
8/13

Circle Surrogacy, Ltd.
John J. Weltman, Esq, President
200 High Street, 7th Floor
Boston, MA 02210
617-439-9900
Fax: 617-439-9900 
John@CircleSurrogacy.com
www.CircleSurrogacy.com
We are the oldest gay-owned, full-service surrogate parenting agency, providing gay couples and singles with carriers, donors, social work services, in-vitro fertilization referrals, insurance location, legal services and all other needed services. We are the only agency in the country with an over 99 percent success rate, serving people from 25 countries and every state in the United States.
2/10

ConceiveAbilities
Nazca Fontes
7400 E. Orchard Rd. Suite 3035N
Greenwood Village, CO 80111
877-201-7211
casem@ivinteractive.com
http://www.conceiveabilities.com/
For more than 18 years, the ConceiveAbilities surrogacy and egg donor agency has provided stellar service to surrogate mothers, egg donors and intended parents throughout Colorado and all over the world. With personal experience guiding our philosophy, our dynamic team brings an unparalleled level of care and support in both our surrogacy and egg donor programs. Whether you are looking to become a surrogate mother, an egg donor, or a parent, ConceiveAbilities will be there with each step of the way, to guide you on your journey.
6/14 

East Coast Assisted Parenting
Rita Kron, MS
73 Old Dublin Pike, #154
Doylestown, PA 18901
718-702-8852
Fax: 718-732-4558 
ecparenting@hotmail.com
www.russiansurrogacy.com
Surrogacy assistance: traditional and gestational surrogacy in Pennsylvania and other states. Adoption program in Russia. Traditional surrogacy program in Russia.
2/10

The Egg Donor Program/The Surrogacy Program
4184 Colfax Avenue
Studio City, CA 91604
818-506-9300
Fax: 818-506-9763 
SSmithMFCC@aol.com
www.eggdonation.com
The Egg Donor Program is the premier program in the country for Superdonors, the brightest and most beautiful women available to donate. Founded in 1991, along with The Surrogacy Program, the warm and attentive staff gives superior service.
2/10

Family Journeys International
1911 Grayson Highway Ste 8156
Grayson, GA 30017
Contact person: Eloise Drane
678-473-4865
Fax: 678-609-5429 
info@familyjourneysintl.com
www.familyjourneysintl.com
Welcome to Family Journeys International (FJI). FJI is a full service egg donation and surrogacy agency that works with intended parents both domestically and internationally. We provide services to couples and individuals looking to grow or start a family. Our caring and qualified staff takes the time to get to know each parent, donor, and surrogate that comes to us, ensuring we meet the individual needs of those we have the pleasure of working with.
Our reputation and experience in third party reproduction has allowed us to recruit the highest quality egg donors and surrogates available. One look at our database and you will see why FJI is the only choice for thousands of intended parents from all around the world.
Whether you're looking for your ideal donor or surrogate, you can rest assured you've come to the right place. We are here to relieve some of the pressure you've been feeling and will be here to guide you every step of the way. We are honored that you have come to us and will do all that we can to make your dreams of parenthood come true.
5/12

Fertility Alternatives, Inc.
Dawn Hunt
11875 Bridgewood Way
San Diego, CA 92128
858-391-8393
Fax: 858-391-8393 
fertility@san.rr.com
www.fertilityalternatives.com
Honest and reliable egg donation services. Excellent selection of high-demand, exceptional "college-educated" and much needed Jewish and Asian donors.
1/10

The Fertility Institutes
Ana Portillo
16030 Ventura Blvd, Suite 404
Encino, CA 91436
818-728-4600
Fax: 818-728-4616
TZFertility@aol.com
www.fertility-docs.com
The west's largest and most successful full service, non-discriminatory fertility programs. Providing the opportunity for all future parents to become families in a confidential caring environment. Surrogate mothers, egg donors, sperm donors, and all variations of fertility assistants available to well motivated individuals and couples. Call us for information.
2/10

Genesis Group Egg Donation and Surrogacy
9025 Wilshire Blvd, Suite 215
Beverly Hills, CA 90211
Contact person: Nikki Wehmeir
310-550-6889
Fax: 310-550-6968 
nikki@geneiseggdonation.com
www.genesiseggdonation.com
The Genesis Group is a full-service egg donor and surrogacy agency. Our mission is to assist the prospective parents, surrogates and egg donors with every aspect of the IVF process. We understand the complexity and coordination that is necessary to ensure the best probable results. Genesis works with prospective parents from a diverse background. We will coordinate in-state, out-of-state and international egg donor/ surrogate cycles. The Genesis Group believes that everyone, regardless of their background or beliefs, has the fundamental right to govern his or her own fertility, as they feel fit. As a result, we are here to support that basic right with the services we provide. We are here to help you create your family.
12/11 

Global Surrogacy Solutions
775 E Blithedale Avenue, Suite 252
Mill Valley, CA 94941
Contact person: Sofia Leybin
415-887-8806 (SF), 646-318-0566 (NY)
Fax: 415-380-0345 
Sofial@globalsurrogacysolutions.com
www.globalsurrogacysolutions.com
Full-service gestational surrogacy, egg/sperm donation and embryo adoption center. Offers programs in Ukraine, Georgia and India. Individual attention, high pregnancy results and affordable costs.
3/10

Growing Generations
5670 Wilshire Blvd, Ste 1330
Los Angeles, CA 90036
323-965-7500
Fax: 323-965-0900 
family@GrowingGenerations.com
www.GrowingGenerations.com
Growing Generations provides a team oriented approach to carefully match prospective parents with a surrogate and/or egg donor and manage all aspects of the surrogacy process. Our professional staff understands the unique issues facing prospective gay parents. Our network of physicians, psychologists, and attorneys are some of the most highly respected professionals in the country and have extensive experience in assisting others to create families through surrogacy.
1/10

James Shrybman
14800 Athey Road
Burtonsville, MD 20866
301-421-0085
Fax: 301-421-9008 
shrybmanlaw@gmail.com
http://surrogacy-solutions.com
We are a surrogacy agency and law firm wrapped into one. Most of our clientele are gay. We have surrogates available now. We have been in business for over 35 years. We take our clients all the way from selecting and contracting a surrogate, make arrangements with a medical practice, through the appropriate ART procedure, monitor the surrogate and pregnancy, through the Court process, and then the application for a new birth certificate for the child with the client(s) names as the father(s). We are also available to answer any question or have an initial consultation at no cost. We would be pleased and honored to help you build your family, that is what we have done everyday all through the years.
4/15

LGBT Families
212-501-4762
Fax: 413-502-3463 Fax
LGBTFamilies.info@me.com
www.LGBTFamilies.info
Providing resources for discovering how to expand your family through adoption, surrogacy and fertility. Creating a support network pre, during and post placement. Building the foundation for LGBT families to grow and prosper.
1/10 

OurBirthRight
Surrogacy Parenting Services
OBR@OurBirthRight.com
www.ourbirthright.com
OurBirthRight was founded for the primary purpose of helping the gay community create families through surrogacy. Whether you are part of a couple or an individual in search of a way to start your own family, we provide prospective parents and surrogate mothers with the personal attention and support they need every step of the way.
1/10 

Pink and Blue Surrogacy & Fertility
Jesse Skalitzky
P.O. Box 248
Waterloo, WI 53594
920-650-8138
Fax: 920-478-2514 
jesse@pinkandbluesurro.com
www.pinkandbluesurro.com
"Helping families of all kinds grow one miracle at a time." Pink and Blue is a full service agency matching surrogates and intended parents and guiding them through the surrogacy process. We work with intended parents from all over the U.S. and Canada.
8/13 

Premium Egg Donation, Inc.
Jessica Rutzick
60 E. Simpson
Jackson Hole, WY 83001
307-733-4354
Fax: 307-733-8139 
jessica@premiumeggdonation.com
http://www.premiumeggdonation.com
Premium Egg Donation, Inc. is an egg donor agency that offers an elite group of academically credentialed donors. All of our donors are rigorously screened and have graduated or are attending a four year university or graduate program. We confirm them with verified transcripts, entrance exam scores and photo i.d. We at Premium Egg Donation, Inc. are committed to helping all families achieve their dream of having a baby. We help parents to be navigate the difficult process of assisted third party reproduction and are with you every step of the way. Check out our fabulous donors at www.premiumeggdonation.com.
6/14

Reproductive Medicine Associates of Connecticut
(also serving New York)
10 Glover Ave
Norwalk, CT 06850
Contact person: Dr. Mark P. Leondires
800-865-5431
Fax: 203-846-9579 
inquiries@rmact.com
www.rmact.com
RMACT's team of physicians and staff are proud to serve the gay and lesbian community through comprehensive fertility programs including, surrogacy, egg donation and sperm donation services. Our medical team includes leading experts in reproductive medicine who use the most advanced and effective options to treat infertility in both men and women. We work with the LGBT community to help build families of choice and make your dreams a reality.
1/10
Additional locations:
67 Sand Pit Road, Suite 300 40 East Putnam Avenue, 1st Floor
Cos Cob, CT 06807 Danbury, CT 06810

70 Maple Avenue 600 Westage Business Center Drive
Rye, NY 10580 Fishkill, NY 12524

Reproductive Possibilities, LLC
A Melissa Brisman Owned Company
1 Paragon Drive, Suite 160
Montvale, NJ 07645
201-505-0078
Fax: 201-505-0994 
info@reproductivepossibilities.com
www.reproductivepossibilities.com
Surrogate Mother Agency finds gestational surrogate mothers for couples struggling with infertility. Reproductive Possibilities is one of the top surrogacy agencies in the country. We're a surrogacy agency assisting in nearly 200 baby births/year. We place surrogates (gestational carriers) with intended parents to help realize your dream of creating & expanding your family.
8/13

RMA of Texas
19296 Stone Oak Pkwy
San Antonio, TX 78258
210-337-8453
rmatxdigital@gmail.com
http://www.rmatx.com/
At RMA of Texas we have many family building options for the LGBT IVF community including egg donor options through our TLC egg donor program and surrogacy. RMA of Texas is proud to have been awarded recognition as a "Leader in Equality" by the HRC and are one of only two fertility clinics in the U.S. to have earned that recognition. We offer compassionate individualized care for everyone in Austin and San Antonio.
4/15

Santa Monica Fertility
2825 Santa Monica Boulevard, Suite 100 Santa Monica, CA 90404
310-566-1470
http://www.santamonicafertility.com
Santa Monica Fertility (SMF) is led by Dr. John Jain, a board-certified reproductive endocrinologist with over twenty years of academic and clinical experience. Dr. Jain completed his medical training at the University of Southern California, where he remained for nearly a decade on the Faculty of Medicine. He left that position to pursue his own vision of patient care: a practice that combines outstanding medical expertise, cutting-edge research and respectful, individualized attention to the patient's mental and physical well-being. The goal: to improve the likelihood of pregnancy and the birth of healthy babies.
6/14

Shrybman Law Offices, PC
James A. Shrybman, Esq.
14800 Athey Road
Burtonsville, MD 20866-1602
800-277-4004; 301-421-0085
Fax: 301-421-9008 
ShrybmanLaw@gmail.com
www.shrybman.com
www.surrogacy-solutions.com
Surrogacy solutions. Legal and agency in one. Free hotline. Low cost. 20 years experience. Adoption and surrogacy.
8/13 

Surrogacy Abroad, Inc.
875 N. Michigan Ave. Suite 3100
Chicago, IL 60611
773-406-3940
laurel@surrogacyabroad.com
www.surrogacyabroad.com
Surrogacy Abroad is an international agency based in Chicago that specializes in connecting Intended Parents with egg and sperm donors, and surrogate mothers in India. We will help you through every step of the process, from choosing a donor to communicating with the clinic, all the way to helping you bring your child home. Please contact us for more information.
1/11

Surrogacy America
14955 Shady Grove Rd. Suite 250
Rockville, MD 20850
Kara.A@surrogacyamerica.com
http://www.surrogacyamerica.com/
Surrogacy America is a leading international center for surrogacy. Our mission is to fulfill the dreams of prospective parents around the world by bringing them together with extraordinary surrogate mothers. Surrogacy America was founded by renowned fertility expert Dr. Pierre Asmar, who oversees the operation of our surrogacy program. Together with our staff of experienced and caring professionals, Surrogacy America is dedicated to helping people from all parts of the globe build their families through our world-class 3rd-party reproductive services.
6/14 

Surrogate Alternatives, Inc.
876 Jetty Lane
Chula Vista, CA91914
Contact person: Ann Miranda
619-397-0757
Fax: 619-397-0736 
AnnMirandaSA@aol.com
www.surro.com
Surrogate Alternatives was established in 1998 and is one of the first agencies to open its doors in San Diego, California. We have assisted over 1,000 clients and have been involved in the creation of more than 750 babies born through our surrogacy program alone. We have an extensive egg donor database and we NEVER have a waiting list to be matched with a Surrogate Mother. Over 75% of our clients are gay or lesbian and we are fully staffed with women who have been surrogates or egg donors themselves. We offer 24 hour a day care and service to cater to our International clients as well as 2 full time surrogate support staff who are available to assist our surrogates day or night. We take pride in the fact that we provide more than merely a matching service. We treat each and every client with the individualized care and assistance they need, to ensure they are successful in achieving their dream of becoming a parent. We do not discriminate based on gender or sexual orientation.
8/13

Surrogate Mothers, Inc.
Steven C. Litz, Attorney at Law, Director
PO Box 216
Monrovia, IN 46157
1-888-SURROGATE
317-996-2000
Fax: 317-996-2033 
scl@surrogatemothers.com
www.surrogatemothers.com
SMI — the world's most reputable surrogacy program that has never had a case of failed surrogacy, and has never discriminated against clients based on race, marital status or sexual orientation. Rated A+ by the Better Business Bureau.
8/13 

Womensfertilitycenter
1290 Summer Street, Suite 2500, Stamford, CT 06905
Stamford, CT 06905
Contact: Nora Miller
203-286-6810
womensfertilitycenter@gmail.com
http://www.womensfertilitycenter.com/
4/15

Therapists and Counselors

Eileen Altieri, LCSW
213 Hurlburt Rd
Syracuse, NY 13224
315-446-5012
A great deal of experience with lesbian, gay and transgendered people. A wide range of issues- relational, depression, anxiety, gender, trauma, sex abuse and PTSD.
2/10 

American Psychological Association, Lesbian, Gay and Bisexual Concerns Office
750 First Street, NE
Washington, DC 20002-4242
202-336-5500
800-374-2721
lgbc@apa.org
publicinterest@apa.org
www.apa.org/pi/lgbt
The mission of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Concerns Office (LGBTCO) is to advance psychology as a means of improving the health and well-being of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) people, as a means of increasing understanding of gender identity and sexual orientation as aspects of human diversity, and as a means of reducing stigma, prejudice, discrimination, and violence toward LGBT people. The office provides support and guidance to all aspects of APA governance on issues related to its mission and products and services to the APA membership and others seeking psychological resources to promote beneficial change in society for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people.
2/10

Alexandra M. Barbo, PhD
PO box 196
New Hope, PA 18938
215-297-5092
drsandybarbo@comcast.net
www.drsandybarbo.com
Dr. Barbo specializes in pre- and post-adoption support. Clients can address concerns about the adoption process, such as readiness, making a decision, waiting, transitioning into adoptive parenthood, managing friends and family. Dr. Barbo's training in development and adoption informs her parent counseling. She is an adoptive parent and has presented to the adoptive community for 20 yrs.
7/15

Don Bartlett, Ph.D.
U.B. Family Medicine
2465 Sheridan Drive
Tonawanda, NY 14150
716-835-9800
Fax: 716-835-9888 
Cognitive behavior therapy for anxiety and mood disorders, health psychology, LGBT Issues, couples and family therapy, coping with chronic illness and disability.
7/09 

Bick Wanck MD & Associates
401 Geyser Road
Saratoga Springs, NY 12866
516 Washington Ave
Rensselaer, NY 12144
518-583-3035
Fax: 518-583-4247 
bickwanckmd@nycap.rr.com
www.mentalhealthdocs.com
Full range of mental health and personal growth services, including counseling and prescribing, in convenient settings with a non judgmental, accepting presence.
3/10 

Binghamton University
Department of Psychology
Clearview Hall, Rm 88
Binghamton, NY 13902-6000
607-777-2103
Fax: 607-777-4733 
http://www.binghamton.edu/psychological-clinic/
The clinic offers psychotherapy and behavior therapy for adults, children, adolescents, couples, families and groups for a broad range of behavioral and psychological problems. The clinic is oriented toward short-term intervention, although longer treatment programs are undertaken. A variety of treatment approaches and techniques may be used, depending on the circumstances of each client.
2/13

Helen Bird, LCSW
Psychotherapy
412 6th Avenue, Suite 403
New York, NY 10011
and
31 Pine Grove Street
Woodstock, NY 12498
518-248-8878
helenbird@aol.com
http://therapists.psychologytoday.com/rms/45332
When you come to my office you will feel safe, heard, understood and respected.
My therapy style is generated from various humanistic psychotherapies with an interest in the mind/body interrelation, combined with a grounding in classical theories.
I am empathic and compassionate, present and real. I listen carefully and interact. I am nonjudgmental and I respect the autonomy and strengths of each individual. Much experience with the issue of becoming parent/s through Assisted Reproductive Technology and adoption.
8/13

Ruth A. Blizard, PhD
217 Jefferson Ave
Endicott, NY 13760
607-348-7578
Fax: 607-239-5328 
Individual psychotherapy for adults, all orientations. Trauma, loss, family of origin issues.
11/12

Susan W. Blue, PhD
804 Valley Plaza
Johnson City, NY 13790
607-797-1100
Individual, group, and family psychotherapy serving children, adolescents, and adults. Positive Parenting Program provides positive discipline classes, social skills classes for children, professional development seminars, and special interest mini courses for families and adults who work with children and families.
2/10

Brand New Day Counseling
Contact person: Melissa Leonhardt
828-310-2959
brandnewdaycounseling@gmail.com
www.brandnewdaycounseling.com
Counseling services are provided by a Licensed Professional Counselor to the GLBT community. We are able to write recommendation letters for SRS and hormone treatment. We also help with anxiety, depression, relationship issues, and much more. Sessions are done via online chat.
1/10

Broome County Mental Health Services, Adult Unit
229-231 State St, 4th FL
Binghamton, NY 13901
Contact person: Judith Arnold, LCSW
607-778-1110
Fax: 607-778-1164 
jarnold@co.broome.ny.us
Lesbian and gay supportive therapy.
2/11

Debra Brown, LCSW-R
217 Jefferson Avenue
Endicott NY 13760
607-343-9065
dbrownden55@gmail.com
Works with traumas, sexual abuse, domestic violence and LGBTQ issues.
8/13

Mark B. Cantales, LCSW-R
217 Jefferson Ave
Endicott, NY 13760
607-372-1020
Mbcsw862@mac.com
Counseling services for children, adolescents, and adults. Providing individual, group, family and couples counseling.
8/13

Craig Cardamone
Family Counseling Services
201 Cedar Street
Cortland, NY 13045
Contact person: Craig Cardamone
607-662-0209
http://www.counselingservicesofcortland.com/
Craig is experienced working with the LGBT community and, in particular, the transgender community. Counseling Services of Cortland is conveniently located in downtown Cortland. We are accessible to many Central New York residents in Binghamton, Syracuse, Ithaca and adjacent areas. We are experienced, caring professionals who have years of experience working in the mental health field. We value and respect you. We will work with you to address your emotional, interpersonal and other psychological needs. Services are provided in an attractive and comfortable setting. Appointments are scheduled at your convenience, with daytime, evening and weekend hours available. Our goal is to provide counseling services that meet your needs, in a relaxed and safe environment. We are independent licensed clinicians who meet with children, adolescents, and adults. We provide individual, couple and family therapy. Most insurance is accepted.
7/14

Celtic Counseling Services
498 Glen Street
Glens Falls, NY 12801
Contact person: Joseph A. McKay
518-743-9099
Fax: 518-743-9099 
Celtic Counseling Services is committed to serving persons from all walks of life. Our vision is directed by the philosophy that all persons have the right to be respected, supported and empowered to reach their potential and will find these basic human values at Celtic Counseling Services.
1/09 

Center for Family Development
Arthur Becker-Weidman, PhD
5820 Main Street, Suite 406
Williamsville, NY 14221
716-810-0790
Fax: 716-636-6243 
AWeidman@AWeidman.cnc.net
www.Center4FamilyDevelop.com
Attachment center for adopted children and families. Specializing in the evaluation and treatment of adoptive and foster families and children with trauma-attachment disorders. Pre-adoptive home studies and counseling for adults. Most insurance accepted.
2/10

Centre Syracuse LLC
3300 James Street
Syracuse, NY 13206
Contact person: Heather Bentz
315-671-2202
Fax: 315-671-2203 Fax
hbentz@csyracuse.com
www.centresyracuse.com
Centre Syracuse is a partial hospital program for the treatment of eating disorders. The program meets from 11:30 a.m.-6:30 p.m. M-F, and we have housing available for participants from out of the area.
1/09

Milissa Bausch Cerio
Cerio Counseling Services
100 N. Main St., Suite 214
Elmira, NY 14901
Contact person: Naomi Young
607-737-4040
Fax: 607-734-0774 
I have 20 years of experience providing counseling to individuals and couples in the private practice setting. Specialty areas include relationship issues, depression and Bipolar disorder, addiction and co-dependency and family of origin issues. All counseling at this office is provided in a comfortable and affirming environment.
9/09

ClearView Psychotherapy Associates
202 The Commons Suite 412
Ithaca, NY 14850
Contact persons: Karen Chimento, LCSW and Pam Crosb,y MSMFT
607-273-1508
Fax: 607-273-8326 
We are two out clinicians who work with individuals, couples, and families. Although we are generalists, some of our specialties include working with trauma, family-of-origin issues, depression, anxiety, and eating disorders. We do have a limited number of sliding scale openings for those of limited means and no health insurance.
1/10

Clinical Counseling Associates
Judi Rozsa, Director
753 James Street, Suite 4
Syracuse, NY 13203
315-422-0671
Fax: 315-218-0205 
www.couselingsyracuse.com
Our seven therapists are all masters level and sensitive and caring people. We treat all levels of mental health and substance abuse problems. We treat couples, individuals and families. Insurance accepted.
1/10 

Clinton Therapy & Testing Center
7325 State Route 5
Clinton, NY 13323
Contact person: Brad Bennett, PhD
315-859-1973
Fax: 315-859-1979 
Psychologists and Social workers providing psychotherapy services to individuals, couples, and families.
1/10

John F. Crowe, CRC, LMHC, BCSA
560 Delaware Avenue
Albany, NY 12209
Contact person: John Crowe
518-424-2724
JFMCrowe@gmail.com
www.JohnCroweCounseling.com
My approach with my clients is collaborative, interactive, and respectful. I am an eclectic therapist because trauma affects each individual differently. I view the client as the expert on his/her journey and myself as a consultant or guide. I focus on releasing the shame and pain of the trauma/abuse using tools and approaches with which the client is most comfortable. Together we create as safe a space as possible so that this work may occur. I am a strong believer in skill building, empowerment and visibility as antidotes to shame, secrecy and victimization. I am a therapist who has worked with survivors of trauma within and outside the LGBTQ Community for 30 years. Since symptoms always arise in a context, I find it helpful to explore individual histories using a family systems approach. I view symptoms as adaptations to trauma and am not confined by diagnostic labels. I work with men and women who have experienced traumatic life events from sexual assault to combat trauma to the death of loved ones to living with chronic illness. I use traditional talk therapy, EMDR, and bodywork in whatever configuration is agreed upon. Choice equals empowerment for most survivors.
8/13 

Deb Coolhart, PhD, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist
private practice
315-445-2154
Providing LGBTQ-friendly therapy for individuals, couples and families. Specializing in transgender care.
6/10 

Brian Corbin
Family Counseling Services
17-29 Main Street Suite 202
Cortland, NY 13045
Contact person: Brian Corbin
607-662-0209
http://www.counselingservicesofcortland.com/
Brian Corbin is a chemical dependency counselor at Cortland Prevention Resources. Counseling Services of Cortland is conveniently located in downtown Cortland. We are accessible to many Central New York residents in Binghamton, Syracuse, Ithaca and adjacent areas. We are experienced, caring professionals who have years of experience working in the mental health field. We value and respect you. We will work with you to address your emotional, interpersonal and other psychological needs. Services are provided in an attractive and comfortable setting. Appointments are scheduled at your convenience, with daytime, evening and weekend hours available. Our goal is to provide counseling services that meet your needs, in a relaxed and safe environment. We are independent licensed clinicians who meet with children, adolescents, and adults. We provide individual, couple and family therapy. Most insurance is accepted.
7/14 

Davis Psychological Services Consulting, PLLC
POB 696
137 Main St.
Boonville, NY 13309
Contact person: Toby K. Davis, PhD
315-942-9977
Fax: 315-493-1683 
410 State St.
Carthage, NY 13619
315-493-1680
DavisPsychServ@aol.com
Provides psychological services to include psychotherapy, psychological, and neuropsychological assessments. Expertise in trauma and addiction treatment with sensitivity to individual needs.
8/13

Robert Davis, CSW
4 Franklin Square, Suite D
Saratoga Springs, NY 12866
518-587-8402
Fax: 518-587-8402
Counseling, specializing in couples communication and conflict resolution.
3/10 

Offices of Dr. Michael DeMarco
Mental Health Counseling & Marriage and Family Therapy of New York
817 Broadway, 10th Fl
New York, NY 10003
212-343-7008
Fax: 212-343-7008 
michael@mytherapist.info
www.mytherapist.info
Individual psychotherapy, couples counseling, sex therapy. Specialize in sexual identity and gender identity.
8/13 

Linda Eichengreen, CSW, MSW
84 Main Street
Binghamton, NY 13905
607-772-8579
Upbeat, caring clinical social worker using a psychotherapy approach focusing on strengths and possibilities. Over 25 years of experience working with children, teenagers, families, couples and groups. Former adjunct teacher for Women's Studies Program at Binghamton University. Personal and professional experience with blended and same sex families.
1/10

Erie County Dept. of Mental Health
95 Franklin Street - Room 1237
Buffalo, NY 14202
716-858-8530
Fax: 716-858-6264 
www.erie.gov/health/mentalhealth
Responsible for planning, financing, and oversight of a system of prevention, rehabilitation and treatment involving mental health, alcoholism and substance abuse, and mental retardation/developmental disabilities that is accessible to the residents of Erie County NY.
1/10

Lee M. Faver, PhD, PC
Monadnock-Keene/Brattleboro region
25 Carriage Lane
Westmoreland, NH 03467
603-852-8238
lee@leemfaver.com
www.leemfaver.com
Licensed, Board Certified (ABPP) Psychologist highly experienced providing affirmative, effective, culturally-informed psychotherapy and family mediation to LGBTQ individuals and couples.
1/10 

Suzanne Feehan, LCSW, CGP
1577 Taughannock Blvd
Trumansburg, NY 14886
607-387-6760
shadowsf@twcny.rr.com
I have experience working with lesbian and gay individuals and couples. Using a psychodynamic and family systems theoretical orientation I work with many issues including post traumatic stress disorder and substance abuse. I also have experience helping clients with the adoption process and the issues involved. Fees can be negotiated and limited insurances are accepted.
1/10

Liz Fernandez
Liz's Love Doula Services
276 Whalesback Rd
Red Hook, NY 12571
845-706-9385
doula@lizfernandez.com
www.lizfernandez.com
I offer birth doula services to all families having children. I am also a social worker, postpartum doula, and prenatal and postpartum life coach. I offer a lot of great information about labor, delivery, and breastfeeding. I am passionate about birth and I want to be your doula! Check out my website, and give me a call! I look forward to hearing from you!
8/11

Margaret A. Ferranti, LCSW
14 Leroy Street
Binghamton, NY 13905
607-727-3348
Fax: 607-724-3865 
I provide individual, marital, and couples counseling for those who seek my services. Everyone is treated with unbiased care and consideration. I accept most major insurance plans.
1/10

Flavia Francesquini
Fate By Design
Northampton, MA
ffrancesquini@aol.com
www.facebook.com/pages/Fate-By-Design/88225193510?ref=hl
I am a certified Life and Parenting Coach and I have worked with a variety of families on a broad range of issues. Whether you need help getting your toddler potty trained or you are an adult trying to help family members understand your sexual orientation, I can help.
I can also help anyone wishing to welcome change in their lives, whether it means changing jobs, becoming a parent, having better, healthier relationships, or simply overcoming old fears.
Unlike regular therapy sessions, we will concentrate on the present and aim to achieve the ideal situation in the near future.
You have dreams, I have the tools to turn them into achievable goals.
5/13 

Ilene Gaffin, LCSW
Boardman House
120 E. Buffalo Street
Ithaca, NY 14850
607-275-0558
Individual or couple counseling to address the emotional issues that can occur when building a family, for example, with infertility, pursuing adoption, or deciding whether to add a child to the family.
1/10 

Emily Kreinick Gallagher, LCSW
105 Union Ave
Delmar, NY 12054
518-459-7566
Fax: 518-459-7566 
Individual and couples psychotherapy, focus on relationship building using natural healing techniques: TFT, EMDR, energy medicine, CBT. Eighteen years experience. Self pay only, best availability before 3 P.M., privacy guaranteed. A brief pre-session phone discussion to answer a few of your pressing questions is welcome.
2/11 

Goldberg Couple & Family Therapy
426 Ostrom Avenue
Syracuse, NY 13244
Contact person: Thom de Lara
315-443-3023
Fax: 315-443-4062 
Our therapists are in training and are grad students in the Department of Marriage & Family Therapy at Syracuse University, who are supervised by professors in the program. We offer therapy services to a diverse group of individuals, couples and families, including LGBT clients. We do not accept insurance, however, our standard fee is $50 per hour and we also offer a sliding fee scale when necessary.
9/5/08

Arden Greenspan-Goldberg, L.C.S.W., BCD
637 So. Mt. Rd
New City, NY 10956
160 W 22nd St Bet 6th & 7th Ave
N.Y., N.Y. 10011
914-260-7177
inquire@askarden.com
www.askarden.com
Psychotherapy/Life Coaching specializing in working with LGBT issues, PTSD, Eating Disorders, Parenting. Performing ARTS/member Aftra. Individual, Couple, Family.
1/10 

Linda Gutterman, LCSW
24 Buist Road
Rhinebeck, NY 12572
130 Fifth Avenue
New York, NY 10010
917-364-6270
Fax: 845-876-0652 
L.Gutterman@gmail.com
I have an office in NYC (Chelsea) and one in Rhinebeck, N.Y. (Dutchess County). I work with individuals and couples, teens and adults. My approach varies depending upon the client(s) needs and may include, for example, a psychodynamic approach, cognitive-behavioral, problem solving focused approach. I am also trained in mediation. Look me up on Psychology Today website.
8/13

Rev. Michael Heath, LMHC
Pine Ridge Pastoral Counseling
7913 E Ridge Pt Drive
Fayetteville, NY 13066
504 E. Fayette
Syracuse, NY 13202
315-637-2279
Fax: 315-637-5009 
mheath1@twcny.rr.com
www.revmichaelheath.com
I have provided individual, couple and family therapy for folks in the greater Syracuse area for over 30 years. My practice includes a wide range of disorders but is especially focused on issues regarding relationships and human sexuality. I am an open and affirming therapist who is a friend to the LGBT community. Please check out my mental health segments on channel 9 WSYR's "Bridge Street."
8/13

Heights-Hill Mental Health Service-Rainbow Heights
25 Flatbush Ave., 3rd Fl.
Brooklyn, NY 11217
Contact persons: Kevin Garrity Christian Huygen
718-875-1420
Fax: 718-875-5496 
kevingarrity@rainbowheights.org
www.rainbowheights.org
Rainbow Heights Club, located in Brooklyn, New York, is an advocacy program for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender consumers requiring mental health services. We provide socialization, support, peer advocacy, and a safe place to take the next step on your road to emotional recovery and wellness. We are not a mental health clinic. Instead, Rainbow Heights Club picks up where your psychiatrist or therapist leave off, by providing a place where you can share your experience with staff and consumers who understand where you're coming from. The Club is growing, and we need your input, energy and ideas!
4/10

H.E.L.P. Inc.
48 Sylvan
Monroe, NY 10950
Contact person: Dr. Rob
845-497-3269
ran46@frontiernet.net
Testing and/or counseling at a special rate to this community of $45.00 per hour, by appointment. Started in another state, 1970, will finish here in N.Y. All age and races welcome, taught at ALL educational levels. Counseling for results!
8/13 

Suki Montgomery Hall, Ph.D.
319 North Tioga Street
Ithaca, NY 14850
607-227-2211
smhall@ithaca.edu
I am a Licensed Psychologist in Ithaca, NY, and work with adults aged 17 and older about many concerns. These include anxiety, depression, relationships, communication skills, social anxiety, coming out, gender transitioning, identity development, self-esteem, confidence, and trauma healing and recovery. My therapeutic style is collaborative, client-centered, developmental, and interpersonal / relational.
7/15 

Kate Halliday, CSW
122 W. Court Street
Ithaca, NY 14850
607-279-5439
katehallida@gmail.com
Psychotherapy and counseling for individuals, couples, children and families specializing in serving the LGBT community, including offering adoption home studies.
2/10 

Harmony Healing
Cindy Ostuni, LCSW-R
Kathleen Riley-Tryon, LCSW-R
306 Highland Ave
Syracuse, NY 13203
315-436-5428
Fax: 315-422-2022 
Nurturing harmonious healing and wholeness. Providing psychotherapy to individuals and couples.
1/10 

Fumiyo Hirano (known as Miyo)
182 Edgehill Rd
Syracuse, NY 13224
315-446-8589
Fax: 315-446-8589 
miyohirano@gmail.com
Miyo Hirano; LCSW-R is a New York State Certified Social Worker with more than 22 years of post graduate experience in helping people of diverse populations be it ethnic, gender or racial differences. Miyo believes in the inherent beauty of each person and passes along the wisdom she gains on her own journey of the integration of body, mind and spirit.
7/15

Holistic Psychotherapy
Catherine Fredella
38-42 Front Street Basement Suite
Binghamton, NY 13905
607-798-0861, 607-759-6468
Fax: 607-798-0861
cfredella@stny.rr.com
8/13

Holly Hutyera, LCSW
275 W. Seneca Turnpike
Syracuse, NY 13207
315-552-4309
hutyera@verizon.net
Individual, couples and family counseling for adults, adolescents and children. Office located in Onondaga Valley Presbyterian Church. Accept many insurances and offer a sliding fee scale.
9/09

Inspirational Living, Inc.
P.O. Box 31
Monsey, NY 10952
Contact person: Chani Getter
845-364-6032
Chani@InspirationalLivingInc.com
www.inspirationallivinginc.com
*Life Coaching - Helping people to identify their goals and find ways of achieving it.
*Motivational Speaker
* Interfaith Minister - Creating ceremonies and rituals including: wedding-commitment ceremony/ funeral/baby blessing for all families
8/13

Institute for Human Identity
322 8th Ave, Suite 802
New York, NY 10001
Contact person: Russell Needham
212-243-2830
Fax: 212-243-3175 
ihicenter@juno.com
www.ihi-therapycenter.org
Ihi was founded in 1973 to fill an important need: providing affirmative professional mental health services to the LGBTQ community and to all persons stigmatized and labeled because their lifestyles may not conform to current social norms. Problems we can help you face: depression, anxiety, stress, trauma reaction, phobias, panic reactions, compulsive behavior, substance abuse, sexual disorders, relationship/family and parenting issues.
4/10

Janet E. Jaffe, PhD
1101 Erie Blvd East, Suite 207
Syracuse, NY 13210
315-422-3808
I work in a solo private practice with adults across the age span, frequently around parenting and other family problems. I work on an outpatient basis only in individual or couple formats.
2/10

Chip James, LCSW
42 Main St, Ste 205
Nyack, NY 10960
845-614-7169
chipjames@optonline.net
Psychotherapy for children age 8+, adolescents and adults. Trained in Gestalt, Somatic Experiencing, and EMDR.
8/13 

Jewish Family Services of Buffalo and Erie County
70 Barker St
Buffalo, NY 14209
Contact person: Donna Possenti
716-883-1914
Fax: 716-883-7637 
generalinfo@jfsbuffalo.org
www.jfsbuffalo.org
Licensed Mental Health and Gambling Recovery Program providing confidential individual and group treatment. Most insurances accepted, sliding scale available for uninsured.
8/13

Matthew D. Johnson, PhD
Binghamton University
Clearview Hall Room 88,
Vestal, NY 13902-6000
Contact person: Matthew D. Johnson, PhD
607-777-2103
Fax: 607-777-4733
www.mdjphd.com
I am a clinical psychologist specializing in couple counseling. My private practice is limited by my primary responsibilities as a faculty member in the psychology department at Binghamton University. As such, I am only able to see clients on Thursdays. I am not a preferred provider for any insurance carriers, but I will complete a form for you to submit to your health insurance company.
6/12 

Patricia S. Jordan
LCSW-R, Counseling
4513 Old Vestal Road
Vestal, NY 13850
607-953-4125
Fax: 607-729-6434 
spirituallady@stny.rr.com
http://peacefulpathwayscounseling.com
Ms. Patricia S. Jordan, CSW, graduate of Binghamton University (Mass) and Suny Albany School of Social work (MSW) currently employed at Broome County Mental Health Clinic. Focuses include but are not limited to issues and concerns affecting the LGBT population. Services include individual therapy as well as resource referral and professional networking assistance.
7/14 

Kimberlee Vargas, LCSW, PLLC
Private Practice Office
530 Oak Street Suite 203
Syracuse, NY13203
Contact person: Elizabeth Leonard, LMSW
315-546-4042
ewood01@syr.edu
www.kimberleevargaslcsw.com
Our office specializing in providing therapeutic services to children, adults, and families of the LGBTQ community. We will provide a safe, confidential, and caring environment, where you will be provided with an individualized approach to your treatment and collaborate together with us as active participants throughout our therapeutic relationship.
We understand that taking the first step for help can be the most difficult. Your phone call is always welcome. Please visit our website for more information regarding our services. We look forward to hearing from you!
8/13 

Brian S. La Bella, LCSW-R, Director
Baker Victory Services Outpatient Clinic
650 Ridge Road
Lackawanna, NY 14218
716-828-9670
Fax: 716-828-9745 
blabella@olv-bvs.org
Outpatient mental health clinic serving children, adolescents and their families. Services include: individual counseling, family counseling, group counseling along with psychiatric consultation.
8/13 

Jay M. Land, PhD
106 Windham Dr
Syracuse, NY 13224
315-424-9244
Jaymal@twcny.rr.com
Psychology services: Adult psychotherapy, couples therapy, sex therapy.
8/13

Peter Lesko
c/o Psychological Healthcare
600 W. Genesee St.
Syracuse, NY 13201
Contact Person: Intake Department
315-422-0300
Fax: 315-479-8455
www.phcny.com
Licensed clinical social worker; have had experience working with mental illness; coping with living with terminal illness; adolescent therapies, including addressing coming out process, living as a gay, lesbian, bisexual or transgendered individual. Primary work has included addiction and forensic therapy.
7/09

Arlene (Ari) Istar Lev, LCSW CASAC
Choices Counseling & Consulting
523 Western Ave. Suite 2A
Albany, NY 12203
518-463-9152
Fax: 518-438-7777 
info@choicesconsulting.com
www.choicesconsulting.com
Choices Counseling is a national leader in providing clinical expertise, specialized training, and advocacy work around issues pertaining to sexuality, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression. The staff at Choices are trained and committed to social justice and advocay in supporting individuals, couples, and families in authenticity in their identity, and the development of healthy families.
8/14

Life Transitions Center, Inc.
150 Bennett Road
Cheektowaga, NY 14227
716-836-6460
Fax: 716-836-1578 
info@palliativecare.org
www.lifetransitionscenter.com
WNY's most experienced grief counseling agency. Provides counseling, support, information to anyone concerned about issues related to loss, grief, death and living with a life-threatening illness.
7/15 

Lisa Loomis, LCSW
17 Main Suite 202
Cortland, NY 13045
607-662-0209 ext. 4
Fax: 607-662-0238 
lisaloomis.lcsw@gmail.com
www.counselingservicesofcortland.com
I have experience meeting with adults and adolescents. I most often work with people who are dealing with: self-injurious behavior, relationship issues, trauma, eating disorders, anxiety, stress, depression and self-esteem issues. I enjoy working with all people regardless of age, ethnicity, religion, gender or sexuality.
4/12

Brenda Marris, LCSW-R
2 Williams St 2nd floor
Clinton, NY 13323
Contact person: Brenda Marris
315-859-1481
bmarris@utica.edu
Psychotherapy/social work services for life transitions. Unitarian support person with coordination with other medical/alternative practitioners as needed. Many insurances/sliding fee/confidential.
10/09

Joyce Marsh, LCSW
120 E Buffalo St
Ithaca, NY 14850
607-277-6558
jmarshcsw@yahoo.com
I work with adults and couples around LGBTQ issues.
7/15 

April Martin, Ph.D.
429 West 24th Street
New York, NY 10011
212-675-6872
aprimartin@aol.com
Psychotherapy and consultation with 35 years experience in approaches that integrate cognitive, psychodynamic, and mind-body approaches to healing in an environment that is knowledgeable and respectful of lesbian, gay, bisexual, queer and transgendered identities, relationships, families, sexualities, cultures and issues.
12/09 

Gabriele Mayes
2507 James St, Suite 206
Syracuse, NY 13206
315-437-3644
I am a marriage and family therapist in clinical practice for 18 years. I have a private practice and provide services for individuals, couples and families from both the gay and straight community. My specialty is in the area of sexual abuse.
2/10

Dr. Mazur
Children's Hospital of Buffalo
219 Bryant Street
Buffalo, NY 14222
Contact person: Mary Powers
716-878-7815
Fax: 716-888-3827 
Dr. Mazur, located at the Children's Hospital of Buffalo, provides clinical services to children with various endocrinopathies, including individuals with various forms of disorders of sexual differentiation. He also provides evaluation and treatment for children, adolescents and adults with various issues of gender.
2/10

The Mental Health Association in Tompkins County
301 S. Geneva St. Suite 109
Ithaca, NY 14850
607-273-9250
info@mhaedu.org
www.mhaedu.org
Located in the beautiful Finger Lakes Region of New York State, in Ithaca, The Mental Health Association in Tompkins County is committed to developing and supporting the active involvement of ordinary people (including providers, family members and recipients of mental health services) in all aspects of mental health. These include the definition of needs, the promotion of community, and the provision of services. We also support the human and civil rights of people who use mental health services, and will educate the community on all perspectives concerning mental health and mental health disabilities.
2/12

Mental Health Association of Onondaga County
6520 Basile Rowe
East Syracuse, NY 13057
Contact person: Michael Spring
315-445-5606
Fax: 315-251-2218 
requests@mha-oc.org
cnymentalhealth.org
The Mental Health Association of Onondaga County provides free, confidential information and referral services for mental health issues. Referrals can be given over the phone, or by accessing our website, cnymentalhealth.org.
1/10 

Mental Health Association of the Southern Tier
153 Court Street
Binghamton, NY 13901
Contact person: Doris Cheung
607-771-8888
Fax: 607-771-8893 
doris.cheung@yourmha.com
www.yourmha.com
The Mental Health Association of the Southern Tier, Inc is a private, non-profit organization established in 1927. Our organization is devoted to enhancing the lives of all community residents by improving their mental health and wellness. Our goals are achieved through advocacy services, educational presentations, prevention programs, information and resource referrals.
4/10

SatiVirya, LLC
Lisa Maynard
20 N. Goodman Street
Rochester, NY 14607
585-507-7588
lmaynard@sativirya.com
http://www.sativirya.com
In my psychotherapy practice, I employ a multi-faceted approach to assisting clients find what they are seeking. I enjoy working with those facing life changes and self-concept challenges, helping them to shift their perspective, heal old wounds and find their divine center. I work from an assumption of strength, guiding and empowering clients to find the answers within, in a warm and welcoming, safe and nurturing environment. Yoga means, literally, "to yoke" or union. It is the physical, mental and spiritual practice originating in ancient India striving to attain a state of peace of mind in order to experience one's true self. My yoga classes are designed to mindfulness, awareness and physical strength, as well. I have been integrating yogic philosophy into my therapy approach to help clients connect with all that is positive and beautiful within themselves, to heal, to grow, and to lead a whole and balanced life.
6/14 

Ariella Morris, LCSW-R
5 Academy St.
New Paltz, NY 12561
845-853-3325
www.ariellamorris.com
6/10

Barbara A. Myers, PsyD
Center for Psychological Services
3 Tioga Boulevard, #5
Apalachin, NY 13732
607-785-4156
Psychological counseling for women, adolescents, and children. Relationship counseling, family therapy.
2/10

Lee F. Nagel, PhD
1583 Union St.
Schenectady, NY 12309
518-374-7347
Fax: 518-374-6008 
leenagel@aol.com
Offering psychotherapy for children, adolescents, and adults. Dr. Nagel is a clinical psychologist working with individuals, couples, and families. His specialties include anxiety and mood problems and chronic medical conditions.

Lee M. Faver, PhD, PC

Monadnock-Keene/Brattleboro region
25 Carriage Lane Westmoreland, NH 03467
603-852-8238
lee@leemfaver.com
www.leemfaver.com
Licensed, Board Certified (ABPP) Psychologist highly experienced providing affirmative, effective, culturally-informed psychotherapy and family mediation to LGBTQ individuals and couples.
1/10

Elijah C. Nealy
311A West 50th Street
New York, New York 10019
917-509-6242
elijahnealy@gmail.com
www.elijahnealy.com
Clinical psychotherapy services for LGBT youth and their families. Specialize in gender nonconforming & transgender children, teens, and adults. Offer individual and family therapy. Manhattan, NYC and Westchester County, NY offices
9/12 

Rosey Oaks-Lee, M.Ed., ICF member coach
Coaching and Facilitation
Syracuse, NY 13066
Contact person: Rosey Oaks-Lee
315-637-0023
roseyo.mail@gmail.com
www.roseyoakslee.com/
Coaches work with people who are looking to make changes in their lives.
Is there a situation or problem on which you want to work in your relationships (including to yourself), work, home? Do you have a dream or vision of where you would like to be, but don't seem to get there? As a coach, I create a safe space for you to identify next steps that are right for you and strategies to overcome barriers. As a facilitator, I lead groups who wish to learn about good communication skills for work or home.
5/13

Angela M. Oddone LCSW
140 Rockingham Street
Rochester, NY 14620
585-360-2900
AngelaMOddoneMSWLCSW@gmail.com
www.angelaoddone.com
Supportive, affirming gay psychotherapist with 15+ years of experience providing individual psychotherapy, couples and family counseling. Dedicated to making confidential, safe, psychotherapy truly accessible (including affordable) for gay/lesbian people in upstate NY. Some insurances accepted.
8/15

Doris B. Pereske, MSW, CSW
46 Riverside Drive
Binghamton, NY 13905
607-772-1766
Panic, anxiety, PTSD, depression, and bereavement specialties. Cognitive, behavioral, insight-oriented and EMDR treatment. Gay sensitive.
2/10 

Phoenix Rising Counseling & Recovery Services
Gregg Heffner LCSWR, George Moore LMSW
60 Oswego St
Baldwinsville, NY 13027
315-415-9795
GreggHeffner@gmail.com
Individual, couples, and family therapy. Extensive experience in addictions and HIV/AIDS.
7/15 

Psychological & Family Services
500 North McBride Street
Syracuse, NY 13203
Contact person: Shana Mulholland (office manager)
315-472-9042
Fax: 315-472-9065
rwilett@aol.com
Personal and professional care when you need it. For you, your partner, and family.
2/09

Psychological HealthCare PLLC
600 East Genesee St
Syracuse, NY 13202
Contact person: Ronald Fish, Ph.D
315-422-0300
Fax: 315-479-8455
Ronaldfish@gmail.com
www.phcny.com
PHC is a large outpatient private practice group with four locations in the greater Syracuse area. We have over 60 mental health providers with a wide range of interests and expertise.
7/15 

Karen Rabish, LCSWR
24 Woodside Lane
Pittsford, NY 14534
585-381-8608 home, 585-737-1797 cell
jrabish@frontiernet.net
Complete adoption homestudies, domestic, international & stepparent. Birthparent counseling & support group.
10/09 

Linda Roessler, LMFT, RN, CS
100 N. Main St. Suite 214
Elmira, NY 14901
607-737-4040
linda.roessler@gmail.com
Linda is a licensed Marriage & Family Therapist and a Psychiatric Nurse Clinical Specialist. She has extensive experience in a wide range of family and individual issues and developmental-life transitions. Her particular interests are relationships and couple problems, eating disorders, issues related to sexual orientation and gender identity as well as other sexuality related problems.
1/10

Lillian Rosenblatt, LCSW
251 Central Pk. W.
New York, NY 10024
9 Hathaway Lane
White Plains, NY 10605
212-799-8788
Fax: 212-799-8788 
LiLRosen@optonline.net
Experienced Psychotherapist working with individuals, couples and families. She works with people to help them make the right decisions in family building and sorting the options. She is sensitive to the particular needs of the gay and lesbian community and matching them up to the right resources. Phone consultations are available.
1/10

Suzzanne C. Rosselot, ACSW
Lyndon Office Park, Bldg. C
7000 East Genesee Street
Fayetteville, NY 13066
315-446-6208
Fax: 315-446-4120
Individual, couples and family therapy provided in a private practice. Specializations include counseling for addictions and treatment of trauma with EMDR method. Individualized planning, genuine care and a collaborative approach to achieve change, growth and healing.
2/10

Debra Royce, LCSW-R
315-732-8880
Psychotherapy for individuals and couples. 25 years of post-clinical experience. Accepts most insurance. NYS licensed clinical social worker.
2/10

Barbara Ruchames, ACSW, CSW
14 Leroy Street
Binghamton, NY 13905
607-722-1918
I provide counseling services in a supportive and friendly environment for LGB individuals and couples seeking to start a family and who would like the opportunity to discuss the many issues he/she/they may face in doing so. I am a provider for most major health insurance plans.
1/10

Joe Russo, Psy.D., CGP
25 Canterbury Road, Suite #308
Rochester, NY 14607
585-506-6096
Fax: 585-442-5971
drjoerusso@gmail.com
Dr. Russo offers quality treatment which is time-effective and based on client goals. Individual, couple, family and group therapy are available. Specialty areas include: addictive behaviors, anxiety, depression, gender/sexuality issues, grief/loss, post-traumatic stress and relationship issues.
1/10

Anna Sadowski, LMHC under permit
Osika & Scarano Psychological Services, P.C.
5 Pine Street
Glens Falls, NY 12801
518-538-0160
Fax: 518-745-4291 
Anna provides counseling to individuals, couples, families, and groups. She works with children, adolescents, and adults, and has experience with a wide array of mental health needs. LGBT clients are welcomed into a safe and empathetic counseling environment.
3/10

Debra Saltzman, MSW, CSW
265 Main Street
Binghamton, NY 13905
607-770-8141 or 607-798-9463
dsmsw@yahoo.com
Clinical social work therapist with over 25 years experience providing psychotherapy to adults and adolescents. I provide individual, conjoint and group psychotherapy for: depression and anxiety, addictive disorders, individuals in recovery from chemical dependency, eating disorders and body image issues, adult children of alcoholics, trauma, sexual abuse survivors. I accept all major insurance and managed care plans.
2/10 

Karen A. Schiano, MS, CASAC, LMHC
100 Linden Oaks, Suite 102
Rochester, NY 14625
585-385-1950
Fax: 585-385-9315 
Kschiano@rochester.rr.com
Individual, couples, and family therapy for gay and lesbian folks and for those confused about their sexual identity. Specialize in addictions of chemicals-treat the addict and family members also. Other issues of expertise; depression/anxiety, relationships, survivors of sexual assault, separation, divorce, adult children of alcoholism (ACOA), adolescents and parenting skills also.
8/15 

Jeff Schumacher
277 Alexander Street Suite 301
Rochester, NY 14607
585-262-4070
mentalskills@rochester.rr.com
www.jeffreyschumacher.com
Psychotherapy for individual adults involves more than talking about your concerns. Effective therapy also includes learning coping skills to improve level of functioning. Clinical hypnosis also available to assist with smoking cessation and weight loss.
7/15

Mary Spilde, LCSWR
35 Front Street
Binghamton, NY 13905
607-722-9190
Fax: 607-722-6245 
Individual and couple therapy. Over 20 years experience with the lesbian/gay community.
2/10

Staten Island LGBT Community Center
25 Victory Boulevard, 3rd Floor
Staten Island, NY 10301
Contact person: Michael DeMarco, PhD
718-808-1362
www.silgbtcenter.org
Mental Health services for LGBT-identified people and their allies.
1/10

Alan Steinberg, MSW
607-722-0423
Fax: 607-639-1747 
Counseling for individuals, couples and families. Extensive experience with alcoholism/chemical dependency and the family issues associated with these problems.
2/10

Moonhawk River Stone, M.S., LMHC
Connections Psychotherapy Associates
Mail: PO Box 9179, Niskayuna, NY 12309
Office Location: 1448 Dalton Drive, Schenectady, NY 12308
518-506-1261
HawkRStone@aol.com
www.riverstoneconsult.com
My practice is devoted to working with LGBT people, particularly with transgender/transsexual individuals of all ages and their families. I provide general psychotherapy services with an emphasis on trauma recovery and dissociative disorders.
1/10

Syracuse Behavioral Healthcare
Maggie Olon, LMSW
329 North Salina Street
Syracuse, NY 13203
315-373-0361
Fax: 315-471-2531
maggieo@sbh.org
http://www.sbh.org
Mental Health Clinic provides medical psychiatric and clinical assessment of needs while utilizing medication management and individual group and family counseling sessions to support or patients in meeting their goals. SBH also has substance use disorder outpatient and inpatient services as well as detox.
6/14 

Lynn Tomaino, LCSW
23 Oxford Rd.
New Hartford, NY 13413
315-725-9762
Fax: 315-735-7924
lynnbt@adelphia.net
Cognitive behavioral therapy - to help you think and behave differently so you are control of your feelings. Couples counseling - four session evaluation and treatment as indicated. A candid assessment of your relationship issues and what you both need to do to resolve them.
3/10 

Peggy Trounstine, LCSW
3 Franklin Square Suite 1
Saratoga Springs, NY 12866
518-583-0381
Fax: 518-587-9356 
Psychotherapy services offered. Lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people. Insurances accepted.
3/10

Nicole S. Urdang, M.S., NCC, DHM
650 Lafayette Avenue
Buffalo, NY 14222
716-882-0848
urdang@buffalo.edu
www.holisticcounseling4you.com
Holistic Psychotherapy with a license in counseling and a doctorate in homeopathic medicine. Please see my listing on find-a-therapist.com for a more detailed description of my practice.
7/09

Marnie Waxman, LCSW-R
120 East Buffalo Street, Suite 8
Ithaca, NY 14850
607-319-4931
marniewaxman@yahoo.com
I am a therapist in private practice in Ithaca who has a wealth of experience working with LGBTQ clients. I have experience working with same sex couples.
3/12

Ms. Kyle Webb, MSW
Clinical Social Worker
Broome County Mental Health Clinic
229-231 State St, 4th FL
Binghamton, NY 13901
607-778-1152 ext. 1127
Kyle A. Webb, MSW, Syracuse University graduate of the School of Social Work, is currently employed with the Broome County Mental Health Department as a clinical social worker. Her focuses include but are not limited to issues and concerns affecting the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgendered (LGBT) population. Services include individual and group therapies, as well as resource referral and professional networking assistance.
8/20/04 

Deborah J. Welsh
315-479-7718
djwelsh@syr.edu
www.deborahjwelsh.com
Teaches "Wisdom of the Body."
7/15

Dawn White, MSW, LCSW-R
35 Riverside Drive
Binghamton, NY 13905
607-221-0787
SettelFrMore@aol.com
Private mental health practitioner located in the Southern Tier for the last 12 years. Provides individual, couples and parenting counseling/therapy to gay, lesbian, bi-sexual and transgendered clients, including those with sexuality and/or gender identity issues; gay/lesbian couples pursuing adoption; and transgendered/transsexual men and women. Evening and weekend appointments are available with insurance reimbursement and fee negotiation also available.
2/10 

Susan G. White, LMFT
601 Allen St.
Syracuse, NY 13210
315-491-6250
s_gwhite@yahoo.com
I am a trained Marriage and Family Therapist, who has worked with a variety of families, couples, individuals and groups in the Onondaga County community for over 20 years, providing both home and office based services. In addition I provide consultation and training in areas such as: Home-Based Therapy and LGBT issues, particularly Intimate Partner Violence. It is my privilege in this work to join together in conversation with each client to identify and build on strengths in a process of growth.
2/10 

Wright, Chris, M.A., LMFT
3206 Allen Street, #202
Falls Church, VA 22042
703-560-1520
chriswright30@gmail.com
www.pulsarnet.com/cw
Private therapy practice and telephone counseling for LGBT community. Call for a Free Telephone Consultation.
4/11 

Joanne Zager, Ph.D. Psychologist
118 Park Lane
Ithaca, NY 14850
607-272-6353
Fax: 607-272-6363 
jzager@twcny.rr.com
Are you experiencing anxiety, depression or confusion? Have you experienced trauma; verbal, emotional, sexual or physical abuse; relationship or school/work problems; or sexual/gender identity issues? My specialty, counseling LBGTI clients, will address these concerns.
2/10 

Gail Zussman, LCSW-R
119 E. Buffalo Street
Ithaca, NY 14850
607-387-5925
Fax: 607-387-9672 
gzussman@twcny.rr.com
Individual, couples, and family counseling. EMDR, mood disorders, trauma, parenting issues, stress reduction, post-partum concerns. Specialty in human sexuality, consultation and clinical supervision. I also see clients at 41 Bradley Street, Trumansburg, NY 14886.
7/15 

Travel and Camps

4-H Primitive Pursuits
615 Willow Ave.
Ithaca, NY 14850
Contact persons: Jed Jordan or Tim Drake
607-272-2292 ext.195
Fax: 607-272-7088
primitivepursuits@cornell.edu
www.primitivepursuits.com
Year-round nature awareness programming for ages 6 and up. Primitive Pursuits is dedicated to making lasting relationships with nature available to everyone. We offer outdoor, experiential programs in wilderness survival, naturalist skills and community building.
1/10

Armstrong School of Dance
15 Catherwood Rd.
Ithaca, NY 14850
Contact person: Karen Gorsky
607-266-0209
karen@armstrongdance.com
www.armstrongdance.com
Offers Ballet, Tap, Jazz, Lyrical and Hip Hop styles of dance. Ages 3 and up. Season runs September thru May and summer camps.
2/10

Brooktondale Summer Camp
P.O. Box 135
Brooktondale, NY 14817
Contact person: Pat Brehl
607-539-9928
lsparrow@hotmail.com
www.brooktondalecc.org
The Brooktondale Community Center's annual summer camp wants to make sure that every child who wants to enjoy camp has that opportunity! The camp is child orientated, with a higher than required rate of counselors, Jr. counselors and counselors in training. Camp features games, crafts, theme days such as funny hat day or story telling day and water days. Children bake cookies, eat (mostly) healthy snacks and learn to make new friends while enjoying the company of long time buddies. Ages: starting Kindergarten in the fall through age 12.
4/09

Camp Highlight
PO Box 5173
Astoria, NY 11105
Contact persons: Jackie McGowan and Chris Hudson
646-535-CAMP (2267)
Fax: 347-923-3251 
info@camphighlight.com
www.camphighlight.com
Camp Highlight is an overnight camp for children ages 8-15 who have at least one LGBT parent. Our camp focuses on traditional, recreational activities, nature education, and team building in an environment that celebrates LGBT families. We are located in Wernersville, PA.
7/15

Camp Kinder Ring
Vicki Windman
335 Sylvan Lake
Hopewell Junction, NY 12533
845-221-2771
Fax: 845-221-9793 
Vicki@Campkr.com
www.campkr.com
Traditional coed sleep away camp for children 8-16 years old. Offering a full program of sports, arts and crafts, waterfront, and lake activities. Rich in Jewish culture and traditions.
2/10 

Camp Lakota
Steve Dippie
56 Park Road
Wurtsboro, NY 12790
866-7-Lakota (866-752-5682)
lakotadippie@msn.com
www.camplakota.com
Lakota is a private, residential, co-ed, sleep away camp located in the scenic Catskill Mountains. The emphasis at Camp Lakota is on participation and fun!
2/10

Camp Little Notch
744 Sly Pond Road
Fort Ann, NY 12827
Contact person: Ellen Tuzzolo
518-306-8990
ellen@littlenotch.org
www.camplittlenotch.org
Picture yourself in a beautiful forest on the shores of a private lake that is so clean and clear it's possible to see the sunbeams shining on the bottom. This is Camp Little Notch. A summer home where campers can experience fun and friendships, challenges and adventures; the chance to practice living in harmony with nature, each other, and themselves. Within five minutes of arriving, campers have half a dozen new friends who just might become their friends for life. There are so many things to do at Camp Little Notch—swimming, canoeing, cookouts, stargazing, yoga, singing, drumming, creekwalking...the list goes on. Our rustic setting plays an important part in making the Camp Little Notch experience so unique. Sleeping in a platform tent, watching the sun come up over the mountains, listening to the sounds of the forest at night all combine to make an unforgettable summer experience. And there's so much more.
5/13

Cascadilla Boat Club
Youth Learn to Row
PO Box 4032
Ithaca, NY 14850
Contact person: Drew Tennant
614-316-3502
coachdrew@cascadillaboatclub.org
www.cascadillaboatclub.org
Youth Learn to Row classes offered through the Cascadilla Boat Club provides beginner instruction in rowing for incoming 9th through 12th graders. The program is great preparation for someone planning on rowing with the competitive high school program during the school year, or anyone looking to try out a new sport. Instruction will include basic boating and water-related safety, technical instruction on land using the club's rowing machines, and lots of rowing on the water, mostly in eight person boats.
1/10

Cayuga Heights School Age Program/Summer Camp
Contact person: Bruno Collins
607-257-0368
saccp@icsd.k12.ny.us
Program activities include various field trips, swimming 3 times a week, weekly themed crafts and activities. Ages: incoming Kindergarten students to age 12.
4/09 

Cayuga Nature Center
1420 Taughannock Blvd
Ithaca, NY 14850
Contact person: Jessica Steele
607-273-6260
team@cayuganaturecenter.org
www.cayuganaturecenter.org
CNC is thrilled to offer 10 weeks of camp this year! Each week has a specific theme and all campers will participate in games, arts and crafts, swimming at Taughannock State Park, and more. We have Adventure Programs for 10-16 year olds which includes our ropes course, canoe trips or animal programs. Also we have Counselor-in-Training programs for 12-16 year olds. See website for descriptions of each week.
2/10

Clay Hands Pottery
Marie Sperrazza
10086 Main St
Clarence, NY 14031
716-759-1208
marie@clayhandspottery.com
www.clayhandspottery.com
We are a paint your own pottery studio offering clay, ceramics, and glass fusion. Camp consists of ceramics, clay and mosaics with an ice cream social the last week. Check out our website for fall techniques.
6/10

Common Ground Center – Family Camps and Rentals
473 Tatro Rd
Starksboro, VT 05443
Contact person: Connor Timmons
800-430-2667
Fax: 802-329-2051 
info@cgcvt.org
www.cgcvt.org
We provide family vacations for all types of families through our camps which focus on community, artistic expression, nature and delicious vegetarian food. In addition to our week long family camps, we have special homeschool, Chinese culture and adoption, high conflict divorce and autism camps. We are also available for rentals for weddings, reunions, retreats, camps and other events.
7/15

Earth Arts
689 Coddington Road
Ithaca, NY 14850
Contact person: Dale Bryner
607-272-6486
eartharts1@gmail.com
Earth Arts offer weekly programs that foster awareness of place through nature-based learning and arts. Youth become connected to the land through discovery, observation, adventure, stewardship, and community-building activities. Primitive skills, crafts, pottery, tool-making, journaling, drawing, naturalist studies, and survival skills are offered with indigenous stories and songs from around the world. Students build relationships to the land, each other, develop skills, and find a satisfying place within the community. Ages 5-18.
1/10

Earth Connection Summer Camp at Hammond Hill
Susan Rausch, Director
PO Box 146
Slaterville Springs, NY 14881
607-844-3178
CampEarthConnection@gmail.com
www.campearthconnection.com
Hosts "Adoption Connection" a camping weekend for children who are adopted - and "Adoption Connection Parent Workshops".
1/10

Forest Lake Camp
261 Forest Lake Rd
Chestertown, NY 12817
518-623-4771
Fax: 518-623-4246 
info@forestlakecamp.com
www.forestlakecamp.com
Sleep away brother sister camp in the Adirondacks, ages 8-16. General camp activities including sports, water front, crafts, tennis, archery, riflery, climbing tower, and hiking and canoe trips.
2/10

Head Over Heels Gymnastics
215 Commercial Ave
Ithaca, NY 14850
Contact person: Dean Altes
607 273-5187
Fax: 607 275-3760
IthacaHOH@aol.com
www.headoverheelsgym.net
Gymnastics Classes for children ages 12 months - 18 years. Summer Gymnastics Camps ages 4 - 18 years. Birthday Parties, Parents Night Out.
7/15 

Hidden Valley 4-H Camp
323 Owego St., Unit #5
Montour Falls, NY 14865
Contact persons: Cate Sirek or Reuben Siskin
607-535-7161
Fax: 607-535-6813 
hiddenvalley4hcamp@cornell.edu
www.hiddenvalley4hcamp.org
A co-ed residential and day camp in beautiful Watkins Glen, NY for all youth age 8-17. Six one-week sessions July 11 through August 20, 2010 combining traditional camp activities with new and innovative programs.
1/10

Mountain Meadow
Steve Duffy, Executive Director
1315 Spruce Street, Suite 411
Philadelphia, PA 19107
215-772-1107
Fax: 215-772-0313 
inquiries@mountainmeadow.org
www.mountainmeadow.org
Our mission is to help youth from LGBTQ families succeed in school and in daily life. We do this through summer and year round programming including a residential camp program, young speakers' program, leadership development and family strengthening retreats.
1/10

Olivia Cruises and Resorts
434 Brannan Street
San Francisco, CA 94107
800-631-6277
www.Olivia.com
Luxury vacations for lesbian and gay families.
8/16/07

Pok-O-MacCready Camps
Fiona Dubuss
PO Box 397
Willsboro, NY 12996
518-963-7656
Fax: 518-963-4165 
info@pokomac.com
www.pokomac.com
Pok-O-MacCready camps, located on a beautiful Adirondack lake, is a traditional, co-ed summer camp for ages 6-16. We offer 35+ activities, and have strong programs in horseback riding and wilderness trips. Pok-O was established in 1905 and has been family-owned and run for over 100 years-call for our free info packet and DVD!
1/10

PUSH Pins Performing Arts Camp
25 Church St.
Pittsford, NY 14534
Contact person: Heather R. Stevenson
585-278-0123
pushpins@pushtheatre.org
www.pushtheatre.org
Camps for children and teens, starting June 28th. Training in Physical Theatre, Mime, Dance, Acting and more. Guest Performances including PUSH Physical Theatre! End of Week Camper Presentation and Dessert Reception. Limited scholarships available, please inquire. Before/After Care available on request.
6/10 

R Family Vacations
215 Park Avenue South
New York, NY 10003
Contact persons: Gregg Kaminsky/Kelli Carpenter
917-522-0985
info@rFamilyVacations.com
www.rFamilyVacations.com
Family-friendly vacations designed especially for the gay and lesbian community.
7/15 

Rainbow Beach Resort
505 Orton Ave
Ft Lauderdale, FL 33304
Contact person: Dean or Maggie for reservations
954-563-5872
Deluxe beach resort catering to Gay and Lesbian couples and their children.
7/15 

Seishi Juku Karate Summer Day Camp
989 Dryden Road, Rt. 366
Ithaca, NY 14850
Contact persons: Hanshi O. Lane or Kyoshi M. Wilson
607-277-1047
seishihonbu@verizon.net
www.seishijuku.com
Seishi Juku goals:
The goal of Seishi Juku Karate is the physical, mental and spiritual growth of its students. We are a serious traditional martial arts school of men, women, and children, who are interested in motivating and improving mentally, physically and spiritually. We provide you with the training program, supervision and atmosphere, that allows you to realize your full potential for achievement.
7/15 

Super Camp
800-285-3276
Fax: 760-305-777
info@supercamp.com
www.supercamp.com
SuperCamp is the original academic, life and career skills camp. Since it began in 1982 as the first teen summer program of its kind—SuperCamp has become a respected worldwide leader in student programs that enhance academic, leadership, communication, and other essential skills for achievement and success in the 21st century. Our youth summer camps can help your son or daughter increase grades, confidence, and motivation. Held at a variety of prestigious college campuses nationwide and select global locations, SuperCamp empowers teens and prepares them for a life of excellence—personally, academically, and in their chosen path in life.

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YMCA Camp Weona
Contact person: A.L. "ALF" Ferreira, executive director
716-565-6008 ext. 118
Fax: 716-565-600
aferreira@ymcabuffaloniagara.org
www.campweona.org
YMCA Camp Weona is renowned for providing a group work philosophy to thousands of youth from a variety of backgrounds and experiences. YMCA Camp Weona limits the number of campers each session to ensure a caring, family atmosphere where each child is known and treated as an individual. Within this small group-work environment, children grow in self-confidence, learn to work cooperatively with one another, and improve their sense of responsibility and independence.

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Last Updated: 12/8/16