Dublin LGBTQ+ Pride CLG is an organisation of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender people in Dublin. Although most known for our annual Pride Festival that traditionally takes place during the month of June, as an organisation we have grown beyond our parade and now operate all year round supporting and advocating for LGBTI+ people, running monthly community events and since 2019 running our Winter Pride festival. https://dublinpride.ie/
ShoutOut is a community of volunteers and activists committed to improving life for LGBTQ+ people by sharing personal stories and educating school students, parents & guardians, teachers, youth workers and workplaces on LGBTQ+ issues. www.shoutout.ie
The Switchboard - 01 872 1055The Switchboard provides a confidential and non-judemental telephone support service. Their phonelines are geared towards offering support and resources to different areas of the community on different days with trained volunteers able to provide more specialised help and support in those different areas. The service is available to the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community (LGBT+), their parents, families, and friends and to anyone who has concerns relating to sexuality, gender identity, sexual and mental health. Call 01 872 1055 Monday to Friday 18:30 - 21:00 or Saturdays and Sundays 4 - 6pm. 7 days per week, 365 days per year. Find out more at www.theswitchboard.ie/
The Gay Health Network is a network of organisations and individuals in Ireland providing the national; resource, response, support and expert network for the promotion of HIV prevention and sexual health and wellbeing for gay, bisexual and men who have sex with men (MSM).
Dublin Lesbian Line is a confidential support helpline, operated by a group of enthusiastic female-identified (LGBTQ) volunteers on Thursday nights from 6.30pm until 9pm. DLL are dedicated to providing rather excellent telephone support and online support to the LGBTQAI+ community. Don't be fooled by our name however, as we offer support to people all over Ireland with many problems, issues and concerns. www.dublinlesbianline.ie
SWAI supports the self-determination of all sex workers to be given a voice and allowed to speak on their own behalf. They support a harm reduction policy in relation to sex work and that sex workers should be granted the same rights as all other workers. www.sexworkersallianceireland.org