Alphabet Alliance of Color (AAoC) is an organization by and for queer and trans Black, Indigenous and other people of color (QTBIPOC). We serve local QTBIPOC in a variety of ways — all grounded in mutual aid, transformative justice and community connection.
Quarterly Clothing Swap by and for the Trans/Nonbinary community in the Seattle area.
NWTSS’ Mission is to educate society regarding First Nation and Two-Spirit histories and traditions, to ensure community cohesion through the promotion of health, Two-Spirit visibility, and to provide training and outreach to the Native and non-Native communities of the Northwest.
Creating intentional community spaces by and for transmasculine folx in the Seattle area.
Spaces & events by-and-for local trans & nonbinary community.
Provides basic services to homeless and low-income Seattle-area residents by providing free clothing donated through Two Big Blondes Plus Size Consignment Store in addition to other support services.
TransCollective is a Registered Student Organization (RSO) at the University of Washington. TCUW aims to center Trans Joy and resilience through community building and events as well as to dismantle cis-normative ideals. We are committed to providing a space for BIPOC Trans folks and celebrating intersectional identities. TCUW holds weekly meetings every Tuesday at 6:30PM in More Hall room 230. Follow our Instagram @uwtranscollective to be up to date on our meetings and events!
A simple list of local resources for trans & nonbinary folks. Includes:
- Community Groups
- Community Events
- Support Groups
- Healthcare and Medical Providers
- Voice Therapy
- Changing Your Name or Gender Marker
- Trans Tattoo Artists
- Trans Salon Service Providers
- Trans Bodyworkers
- Trans Pet Care
- Trans Creators
- Other Trans Service Providers
Hopelink offers financial assistance, food assistance, energy assistance, employment services, transitional & long-term housing, transportation, adult education, and more.
“Our legal professionals provide a wide variety of services, including direct representation & education. Our areas of impact are poverty law, housing, and gender-based violence.
We provide by-and-for resources for Black trans people in collaboration with community partners in order to broaden safety nets and increase avenues for justice that are typically available for white trans people.”
Provides re-entry housing and support for men and trans women. Includes housing program, vocational skills training, work skill training, and spiritual guidance.
“Peer Seattle cultivates powerful, healthy lives by providing peer emotional support and development services to the LGBTQ community impacted by addiction, mental health and/or HIV.”
Services for LGBTQIA+ Pacific Islanders. Sex worker empowerment, basic need, peer support, legal/immigration, health/harm reduction, community/cultural organizing.
Medical clinic run by queer clinicians for the LGBTQ+ community.
“Aileen’s exists to enhance well-being and self-determination of women and others who engage in the sex trades in south King County, Washington and surrounding areas.”
“Operates much like a day shelter offering clothing, hygiene, laundry, restrooms,” and food to be a social space as a “neighborhood living room”.
Provides resources for Seattle-Tacoma Black trans people including bill/rent assistance, food access programs, housing, mental health services, and medical support.
“REST offers pathways to freedom, safety, and hope to individuals who have experienced the sex trade.” 24/7 hotline and drop in locations.
“Chief Seattle Club is a 501(c)(3) registered organization dedicated to physically and spiritually supporting American Indian and Alaska Native people. At our Day Center in the Pioneer Square district of downtown Seattle, we provide food, primary health care, housing assistance, legal services, a Native art job training program, and opportunities for members to engage in cultural community-building.”
Interactive Food Map of Seattle Area Food Resources
Legal education, navigation, eviction protection, debt collection agency advice, immigrant services
“We sponsor events that focus on sexual health and well being. The goal is to strengthen the ties that bind us as African American gay, bi and same-gender-loving men.”
Services for LGBTQ+ Latinos: HIV/Aids prevention, care, support; immigration legal services; advocacy and civil engagement.
HIV testing, STI testing, Training/Technical assistance, condom/safe sex supplies, youth services, trainings/advocacy
SafeHouse provides financial assistance, temporary housing support, and resource referrals to transgender and gender diverse communities in Seattle and along the Olympic peninsula, with priority for trans & gender diverse BIPOC. Our services also prioritize those who have experienced houselessness, and survived gender-based violence (i.e. domestic violence, sexual assault, and/or exploitation in the sex trade).
Due to grant restrictions, we are limited in who we can give financial and shelter support to. Please check the eligibility chart to determine if you are eligible. If you are not, please still reach out to us and we will do our best to connect you to other resources.
“Lambert House is a safe place for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and questioning (LGBTQ) youth ages 10-22. Our calendar is packed with fun activities, support groups, planning meetings, dances, and other events. Lambert House is where LGBTQ youth make life better for each other.
Come see what we are all about! Everyday, approximately 20-40 youth visit us. The drop-in center has large living rooms with a pool table, a music station for tunes, a library with LGBTQ books, TV, games, computer lab, and people to talk with about anything on your mind.”
Support for people living with HIV or preventing HIV with services in case management, housing, insurance navigation, age/disability services, dental, sexual health, PrEP, and dietitian services for HIV diets.
An all-inclusive LGBTQI (and Questioning) confidential meeting space for BIPOC only, in the greater Seattle area that have ever identified as Muslim.
Support group for LGBTQ+ people and their families learning to support LGBTQ+ people.
“We are a new, POC-led chapter of the Sex Workers Outreach Project based in Seattle, WA, USA. Our main focus at the moment is direct outreach to street-based sex workers via Green Light Project.
We also take on small consulting projects on a case-by-case basis.”
“POCAAN is committed to providing comprehensive, multicultural awareness and prevention messages aimed at addressing health disparities experienced in marginalized communities.”
“We hope that this healthcare provider database offers a starting point in your journey to finding a provider that works for you.”
Offers a month’s supply of pet food with delivery or various pickup options. Can accommodate pet allergies and other dietary restrictions.
Food bank for Northeast Seattle neighborhoods.