LGBTI Resources

Information links to external websites

LGBTI Resource Websites List

A list of websites for support and information. They are not exhaustive, but they aim to signpost you to key resources and inform your own reading.

Please note: Academy Medical Centre does not accept responsibility for the content of external websites.


LGBT Youth Scotland

National Youth Organisation working towards the inclusion of LGBT young people in Scotland

Local Group - THE REVELS OF ANGUS - A youth group for LGBT+ young people and their allies aged 14 to 18 (meet at Angus College Arbroath – Contact LGBT Youth Scotland direct).


LGBT Health and Well-being

National Youth Organisation working towards the inclusion of LGBT young people in Scotland

Promoting LGBT Wellbeing and equality in Scotland & LGBT Helpline. LGBT Age+ for people over 50/ LGBT Helpline for Deaf and BSL users. LGBT People and Dementia. Rainbow Families Support/ Transgender Support/Mental Health and Wellbeing.

LGBT Helpline Scotland: 0300 123 2523 (Open Tuesday & Wednesday between 12 - 9pm, Thursday & Sunday 1-6pm)

LGBT Helpline Scotland Email: helpline@lgbthealth.org.uk


LGBT Domestic Abuse Scotland

Providing support and advice to LGBT people and professionals.

The LGBT Domestic Abuse project works across Scotland to raise awareness of LGBT people's experiences of domestic abuse and improve service responses to LGBT people who experience domestic abuse and other forms of gender based violence.


LGBT Foundation Domestic Abuse Helpline

This service is available to all people identifying as lesbian, gay, bisexual or trans, and anyone falling under the umbrella term of LGBT* such as queer, intersex, pansexual, non-binary or genderfluid, including those questioning their sexual orientation and/or gender identity.


Mental Welfare Commission Scotland

Guide to LGBT people and mental health (for health and social care service providers)

The guide, which was co-produced with LGBT Health and Wellbeing, has been launched in a bid to increase awareness of LGBT rights amongst mental health professionals, and help health and social care services to deliver more person-centred care and support.


HIV Scotland

The HIV Charity for Scotland

Making sure people living with and affected by HIV have their say on the issues that matter.


Sex Health Wellbeing for Gay and Bisexual Men

SX is about improving the sex, health and wellbeing of gay and bisexual men, and all men who have sex with men living in Scotland.

The Equality Network

Working for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex (LGBTI) equality and human rights in Scotland.

The Equality Network was founded back in 1997 as a national organisation working for LGBT rights and equality in Scotland.

Provide a range of advice and information for organisations, including public sector, voluntary sector and private sector bodies, and for LGBTI organisations and people seeking to establish LGBTI organisations.


Shelter Scotland

Help and advice for LGBT people on harrassment and discrimination.

Harassment is any behaviour which causes distress or alarm, and can range from verbal abuse to violence and assault. This resource is about harassment due to sexual orientation or gender identity.


LGBT History Month Scotland

Every February in Scotland is LGBT History Month

LGBT History Month shines a spotlight on LGBT history and culture. It's a celebration and an opportunity to reflect on progress made and challenges yet to overcome.


Alzheimers Society

LGBT Living with Dementia

Dementia is challenging for everyone, and everyone’s situation will affect what living with dementia is like for them. However, being LGBT and having dementia can present extra difficulties. There are things you can do to remain independent, get emotional and practical support that’s right for you, and plan for your future.


Stonewall Scotland

Stonewall Scotland campaigns for the equality of lesbian, gay, bi and trans people across Britain

Scottish Trans Alliance

We work to improve gender identity and gender reassignment equality, rights and inclusion in Scotland, who are inclusive of non-binary people.


Regard

Regard is a national organisation of lesbians, gay men, bisexuals, transgender and queerpeople (LGBTQ) who self-identify as disabled.

Parents Enquiry Scotland

Provides info and support for parents whose sons or daughters have come out as LGBT.


Terrance Higgins Trust

Largest voluntary sector provider of HIV and sexual health services in the UK, running services out of local centres across Great Britain.

Mermaids

Helping gender-diverse children, young people and their families

Information for younger people, Resource for Teens – including guides, for families and professionals.

Academy Medical Centre

We are one of the largest GP practices in Tayside, Scotland, with approximately 10,000 patients on our list.

The surgery is open Monday to Friday from 8am-1pm & 2pm-6pm (except public holidays).

Academy Medical Centre
Academy Street
Forfar
DD8 2HA
Tel: 01307 462316
Email: academymc.tayside@nhs.scot