Here is a list of therapists in the Broomfield/Boulder Area:

Stephanie Bryan, LCSW, CAC III (Boulder) – Psychotherapist and Parent Coach – – 303-875-7294

Heather Cook (Lafayette) – – 720.722.1339 

Erica Bonham (Arvada) –

Christie Gestal (Boulder area) – 720-304-2183

Nyle Biondi and Connie North –

Queer Asterisk –

Kathleen Salmon –

Emily Kerr (Broomfield) –

Averill Hovey (Lafayette) –

Dr. Tara Eastcott (Boulder) –,_Psy.D./Home.html

Josh Korac (Broomfield) –

Boulder County AIDS Project (BCAP)
2118 14th Street
Boulder, CO 80302

Boulder County AIDS Project (BCAP) serves men, women and children who are HIV-positive. All care services are free and confidential. Care services include case management, access to medical care, financial assistance, a food bank, volunteer support, support groups, Latina youth groups, and pro bono professional support services.

Boulder Valley Safe Schools Coalition

Mission: Promotes the safety of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex, and questioning (LGBTIQ) youth, staff, and parents in the Boulder Valley School District.

Boulder Valley Women’s Health Center
2855 Valmont Road
Boulder, CO 80301

Women’s Health is a nonprofit organization that provides confidential gynecological and reproductive services for both women and men that include but not limited to birth control counseling and supplies, pap smears, breast exams, as well as STIs (Sexually Transmitted Infections) testing, and Colon Cancer screening (hem occult).

Mental Health Partners – Broomfield
799 US Hwy 287, Suite F
Broomfield CO, 80020

Mental Health Partners’ story begins in 1962, when it opened as a mental health clinic serving Boulder County residents. In 1964, we received our non-profit status and became a federally designated comprehensive community mental health center in 1971. Since then, we have expanded to meet the growing needs of our surrounding communities, with multiple locations in Boulder, Broomfield, Longmont and Lafayette; and share locations with primary care physicians in additional communities.

CU GLBTQIA Resource Center
University of Colorado Boulder
Center for Community (C4C) N320
Boulder, CO
Hours: 9:00-5:00 Monday through Friday


The Gender and Sexuality Center is here to help gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, queer, intersex, and allied (GLBTQIA) students at the University of Colorado at Boulder.

Gay Colorado
PO Box 45243
Phoenix, AZ 85064
Phone:  602.466.2501
Toll Free:  888.830.3022

The Pride Guides® are corporately based in Arizona where we first launched, and we publish online and in print versions of our guides as a resource for the LGBT community and those wishing to connect with our community. We are a gay owned company, providing an LGBT resource guide state by state showcasing LGBT friendly businesses from Travel, Wedding and Business Listings. Currently we are providing Pride Guides® in Hawaii, California, Nevada, Arizona, New Mexico, & Colorado. We are also very proud to support and give back to the local communities we serve. For now, check out our other gay guides and feel free to drop us a line! We love hearing from you!

GLBT Center of Colorado
1301 E Colfax Street
Denver, CO 80218

The Center serves as a catalyst for LGBT community organizing, support services, social activities, and cultural events.

Gender Spectrum

Gender Spectrum’s mission is to create a gender-inclusive world for all children and youth. To accomplish this, we help families, organizations, and institutions increase understandings of gender and consider the implications that evolving views have for each of us.

The “Lounge” is a space for teens, parents, and professionals to connect with one another. Members can form their own groups and participate in our broader online community. Meet new people and connect with friends and colleagues online.

If you would like to learn more about our online community, visit our new site.


Campus Pride announces the 2022 Best of the Best Colleges & Universities for LGBTQ+ students. Campus Pride, the preeminent resource for LGBTQ+ leadership development, diversity inclusion and advocacy within higher education, today announced the annual Best of the Best Colleges and Universities for LGBTQ+ students in the United States, recognizing the work of 40 campuses in making their communities safer and more welcoming environments for students, faculty, and staff alike.

The Top 10 Trans-Friendly Colleges and Universities


LGBTQ students have a significant presence on college campuses. In 2018, an Association of American Universities survey of over 180,000 university students found that 16.9% of students identify as non-heterosexual. While many colleges try to make their campuses welcoming to LGBTQ students, their success rate varies. If you’re a prospective college student who identifies as LGBTQ+, it’s important that you research schools to make sure they’ve created a supportive environment.  In this guide, you’ll learn how to research colleges and review additional topics such as the unique challenges LGBTQ students face and the resources and legal rights available to them.


Based on how strongly students agree that their fellow students treat all persons equally, regardless of their sexual orientation and gender identity/expression. 

(303) 761-0200

NXT provides substance-free social and educational programming, including sexual education, access to technology; mental health and housing resources; and peer support. The program creates a safe environment for queer and transgender youth to foster healthy relationships, express themselves authentically, develop support systems, build community, and advocate for themselves.

303.579.2676 call or text

The OASOS program aims to increase healthy behaviors and decrease risky behaviors among lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex, and questioning (LGBTIQ) youth through support, advocacy, and education. Weekly groups provide peer-based support groups, education & advocacy, connection to community groups & services, trained LGBTIQ adult role models, leadership development, and more.

One Colorado
1490 Lafayette Street
Suite 304
Denver, CO 80218

One Colorado advocates for LGBT Coloradans and their families by lobbying the General Assembly, executive branch, and local governments on issues like safe schools, relationship recognition, and LGBT health and human services.

Our Center
303. 772-5529
220 Collyer Street
Longmont, CO 80501

The OUR Center helps people move toward self-sufficiency by unifying community resources. The organization provides emergency services to help people through short-term financial crises and also works in partnership to develop case plans for those needing longer-term assistance.

Out Boulder County

Boulder Pridehouse
2132 14th Street
Boulder, CO 80302

The Equality Center of the Rocky Mountains
3340 Mitchell Lane
Boulder, CO 80301

The vision of Out Boulder is that Boulder County serves as a model of equality, respect, and well-being for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer people.
Our mission is to educate, advocate and provide services, programs and support for Boulder County’s Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer communities.

Out Boulder’s mission is to foster safe environments for self-expression, gathering, support, and dialogue, to advocate for social justice, to collaborate with others who share this vision, to celebrate the contributions of the many facets of the LGBTQI community, and to educate the public about the experiences of LGBTQI people.

PFLAG National
(202) 467-8180
PFLAG National Office
1828 L Street, NW, Suite 660
Washington, DC 20036

PFLAG’s Mission: 
By meeting people where they are and collaborating with others, PFLAG realizes its vision through:

  • Support for families, allies and people who are LGBTQ
  • Education for ourselves and others about the unique issues and challenges facing people who are LGBTQ
  • Advocacy in our communities to change attitudes and create policies and laws that achieve full equality for people who are LGBTQ

A Queer Endeavor

School of Education, Room 115
University of Colorado Boulder
249 UCB
Boulder, CO 80309

Housed in the CU-Boulder School of Education and led by Bethy Leonardi, PhD, and Sara Staley, PhD, A Queer Endeavor is an initiative focused on supporting teachers and school communities around topics of gender and sexual diversity. We are working toward growing this initiative to become a sustainable center for gender and sexual diversity in education. Meet Us here.

Aiming toward creating schools that are safer and more affirming of LGBTQ and gender-expansive youth, A Queer Endeavor seeks partnerships with educators and school communities to make unworkable the silence that historically has surrounded topics of gender and sexual diversity in education.

A Queer Endeavor seeks to contribute to the knowledge base on gender and sexual diversity-affirming policies and practices in education, inform research and praxis, and engage in broad-based coalition building with a variety of community-based stakeholders.

Rainbow Elders of Boulder County (Project Visibility)
3482 Broadway Street
Boulder, CO 80304

Rainbow Elders is now a program managed through the Boulder County Area Agency on Aging (BCAAA), which maintains a confidential mailing list of self-identified LGBT seniors and allies (50+) and sends a monthly newsletter with events and services that may be of interest. Currently, the group meets monthly for a supper club on the second Thursday of each month, and annually for a celebration called the Lavender Gala, typically in early December. To be added to the list, contact:

Michael Chifalo

St. Vrain Valley Safe Schools Coalition
Saint Vrain Valley community members working together to foster school environments that are safe for persons of all sexual-orientations and gender-identities through advocacy, education and empowerment.

Join us every fourth Tuesday of the month from 4:00pm – 5:00pm at Longmont Community Hub, 515 Coffman St, 1st Floor Room, Longmont, CO 80501. For more information contact

Trans Youth Education & Support (TYES)

TYES empowers and supports families and caregivers of gender expansive youth by providing resources, education, outreach, and advocacy, in order to create supportive environments that allow youth to experience the joy of authenticity.

Transgender Center of the Rockies

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The Transgender Center of the Rockies provides holistic gender-affirming services to support transgender and gender-expansive individuals. Our goal is to empower them to live full and authentic lives. We provide social-emotional support and substance use treatment for the Colorado trans community with clinical groups, individual counseling, peer-led support groups, employment and PreP case management and community events.