Resources

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These resources can help individuals navigate the unique challenges they may face. We believe in providing free access to these resources, the LGBTQIA+ community can feel empowered to live their lives authentically and with pride.  

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Job Opportunities
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Mental Health
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Medical
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Emotional Support
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Nonprofits
Fredericksburg Pride (AKA FXBG PRIDE)
Forging a Community Transgender Support (AKA FACTS)
Fredericksburg Area Health and Support Services (FAHASS)
American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU)
LGBTQ+Advisory Board - Virginia
Pride Centers
FAHASS Pride Center
Groups and Events
All Womens S2LGBTQIA+ Group

Hosted by Fredericksburg Pride

FXBG / Spotsy LGBT
BIPOC S2LGBTQIA+ Programs

Hosted by Fredericksburg Pride

Monthly Meetup – Every last Thursday (Location changes based on nights event)

Gay + Bi Men of Fredericksburg

Hosted by FAHASS

Womens Lesbian and Bi of Fredericksburg

Hosted by FAHASS

Queer Coffee Connections

Hosted by FAHASS PRIDE CENTER  – Every Friday @ Curitaba

Transgender Support Group

Hosted by FACTS – Every 1st Thursday at the Pride Center 

UMW Safe Zone Program
Literature
Literature Written by Local LGBTQIA+ Authors
Hung Like a Seahorse: A Real-Life Transgender Adventure of Tragedy, Comedy, and Recovery
Author: Quinn Alexander Fontaine
Flight of the Beautiful Lie: A Memoir
Author: Jasmine Ford
The Boy Beneath My Skin: A Black Trans Man Living in the South
Author: Charley Burton
Timeline of LGBT History in Virginia and the United States
Between Heaven and Hell is Gray
Author: J.R. Masterson
LGBTQIA+ BOOK CLUBS
Rainbow Reads

Hosted by Rappahannock Regional Library and Fredericksburg Pride

Suitable for: Adults + Seniors

Meets: August: Fourth Wednesday of the month, 
September + Last Wednesday of the month at the Downtown Fredericksburg Branch / Virtual

LGBTQ+ Teen Book Group

Hosted by Rappahannock Regional Library and Fredericksburg Pride

Suitable for: Teens grades 6-12 only

Suitable for: Teens grades 6-12 only

Meets: August: Third Tuesday of the Month at the Downtown Fredericksburg Branch / Virtual

Barnes and Noble - LGBT+ Book Club

Suitable for: Adults + Seniors

Meets: Last Wednesday of the month in the Central Park Barnes and Noble 

Youth and Parent / Guardian Support
Parents Resource Guide
Other Parent Groups
Youth Housing
S2LGBTQIA+ Youth Group - Fredericksburg Pride

First Monday of the Month 6:30 pm – 8:30pm (Location changes based on nights event)

LGBTQ+ Youth Group

Universal Unitarian Fellowship of FXBG –  Every third Friday  from 6:00 pm – 8:30 pm

FXBG PRIDE Parents and Guardians Lunch

Bi-Monthly on Sundays (Location changes based on nights event) 

LGBTQ+ Teen Book Group

Hosted by Rappahannock Regional Library and Fredericksburg Pride

Suitable for: Teens grades 6-12 only

Meets: 6:30-7:30 – Third Tuesday of the Month at the Downtown Fredericksburg Branch / Virtual

LOCAL HIGH SCHOOLS WITH GSAS or other LGBTQIA+ Clubs

For student safety we do not have this listed publicly. Please contact us to see if your school has a GSA (Genders and Sexualities Alliannce) or LGBTQIA+ Club! 

Interested in starting a GSA in YOUR school? 

Click here for more information!

He, She, Ze, and We Parents and Guardians of Trans / Nonbinary Teens Meetup

3rd Fridays

Medical Resources
Primary Care
Mosaic Care Center

Confidential Appointments

STI Testing

Primary Care

Mental Health

Transgender Health Care

PrEP

CVHS - Central Virginia Health Services

Medical

Dental

Pharmacy

Behavioral Health

Telehealth

Addiction Treatment

PrEP

Navigating Gender affirming Care
Mary Washington Healthcare: The Wellness Program
Virginia Transgender Resource and Referral List
Veteran Health Care For Gay, Bisexual, & Queer Men
Mental Health Resources
Mental Health American of Fredericksburg
Lighthouse Counseling of Fredericksburg

Addiction counseling

DBT

LGBTQIA Identity

Surgical/Insurance Letters for surgery/hormone replacement

Rappahannock Area Community Services Board (RACSB)

Mental Health
Developmental Disability

Substance Use Disorder

Early Intervention

Prevention

Phases Therapy and Counseling
American Foundation for Suicide Prevention
RCASA - Rappahannock Council Against Sexual Assault
Local LGBTQIA+ Affirming Churches and Synagogues
St Georges Episcopal
The House - Young Adult Ministry (by St. Georges)
Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Fredericksburg
Beth Sholom Temple
Personal Growth & Development
LGBTQ+ COLLEGE STUDENT GUIDE
Healthy Humaning Institute

Offerings: 

Education

Mentorship 

Leadership  

Lotus Lifestyle - Self Love Scientist: Victoria Icenhower

Offerings: 

1:1 Virtual Coaching for those struggling with self confidence, love and seek to create a bright and empowered lifestyl

If you’ve felt confined by societal, parental & religious expectations in gender roles or judgment related to your sexual desires or self-expression, this program will empower you to break free and embrace your authenticity unapologetically.

Each coaching package includes 4-6 sessions, resource folder, self care kit & more!

LGBTQIA+ Podcasts
National HIV/AIDS and Aging Awareness Day
LGBTQ&A on Apple Podcasts
A Gay and A NonGay Podcast: The UK's Number 1 LGBT Gay Podcast
Queersplaining on Apple Podcasts

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Rappahannock Area Community Services Board (RACSB)

Serving the City of Fredericksburg and the counties of Caroline, King George, Spotsylvania and Stafford. “At RACSB, we are committed to helping community members lead the best lives possible. We help babies speak their first words and adults with severe mental illness take their first steps back into the community. Whether you have a brief bout of depression, a debilitating mental illness, or a crippling addiction, we have outpatient services to help. For adults with developmental disabilities and their families, we offer top-notch care. We have proudly served the Fredericksburg community since 1970, and we are here to help.”