All Trans Support Groups by Ingersoll

A place for trans, gender variant, genderqueer, questioning, friends, family and community allies to come together for information and mutual support. Meets every Wednesday, no exceptions. • 517 E Pike Street, Seattle
206-849-7859 • Email

Camp Ten Trees

A residential youth summer camp for LGBTQ communities and their allies. Offers one-week outdoor camps in the spring, summer and fall. Summer camp programming is trans inclusive and trans celebratory. For campers ages 8-17. Volunteer opportunities for 18+. • 206-288-3568Email

Cedar River Clinics

Provides abortions, birth control, well woman care, and LGBTQ wellness services, including specialized transgender care based on the informed consent model.

Services include hormone therapy, surgical referrals, post-surgical follow up, and clerical services. Two days per month are dedicated to LGBTQ wellness services. • 263 Rainier Ave South #200, Renton |
509 Olive Way Suite 1454, Seattle | 1401-A Martin Luther King Way, Tacoma • 800-572-4223 • Email

Coalition Ending Gender-Based Violence Local Services

A list of King County domestic violence, sexual assault, and trafficking programs of organizational members of the Coalition Ending Gender-Based Violence. The Coalition itself does not provide direct services.

206-568-5454 •

D Center at University of Washington

A disabled student center run by and for disabled, chronically ill, deaf, mad and/ or neurodivergent students at the UW. A space for disabled students to meet, build community, share skills, create events and create disability culture and activism on campus.
University of Washington, Mary Gates Hall 024
206-685-0949 • Email

Gender Justice League

A grassroots activist collective that focuses on community building, leadership development, education and advocacy. They host Seattle Trans Pride, Gender Justice Awards, and Say Her Name Legal Clinics. • 1433 12th Ave Suite A1, Seattle

Hearing Speech and Deaf Center

Provides services that empower Deaf and hard of hearing people to live independent and productive lives with full access to rights, privileges, and opportunities. Assists clients in understanding and obtaining appropriate accommodations needs in accordance with the ADA. • 1625 19th Ave E, Seattle, WA
206-323-5770 • Email

New Horizons

In addition to providing case management, employment training, weekday breakfasts, and evening drop-ins, offers 20 beds for emergency youth shelter, and 12 beds for transitional shelter. Gender-neutral sleeping areas available.

  • Drop-In: Sun 6 – 9 PM, Mon-Thurs 7 – 9 PM
  • Breakfast: Mon-Fri 8 – 8:45 AM
  • Young Adult Emergency Shelter: Sun-Thurs 9:30 PM – 7:30 AM • 2709 3rd Avenue, Seattle
206-374-0866 • Email

NorthWest Access Fund

Provides funding to people with disabilities in Washington and Oregon to purchase assistive technology and achieve greater independence. • 1437 South Jackson Street, Suite #302 Seattle 98144
206-328-5116 (Phone) / 206-328-5126 (Fax) / 1-888-494-4775 (TTY)

Orion Center (YouthCare)

Provides nightly emergency shelter for up to twenty 18-24 year olds, where they can also do their laundry and take a hot shower. Also offers meals and drop-in services to youth up to age 22 who are homeless or in unstable housing.

  • Breakfast: Monday–Friday, 8:30 – 9 AM
  • Lunch: Monday–Friday, 12:30 – 1 PM
  • Dinner: Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, 6 – 6:30 PM • 1828 Yale Avenue, Seattle
206-622-5555 • Email


Provides shelter and support services for youth experiencing homelessness. Runs several youth programs, including:

  • LEAP Internship, a resilience oriented youth development program.
  • Queer Youth Community Organizing Internship, a track within LEAP focused on community organizing and advocacy for homeless LGBTQ youth.
  • HYPE, a peer-driven day program teaching self-advocacy. HYPE participants get access to hot meals, shelter, laundry and the technology center.
  • HYPE Drop-in Center: M, Tu, W, F 12 to 3 PM. Overnight Shelter: Nightly 9:30 PM to 7:30 AM • 1609 19th Ave #100, Seattle
206-726-8500 • Email

Q-Law Legal Clinic

Offers a free 30-minute consultation with a volunteer attorney. Attorneys are specially trained to discuss legal issues commonly faced by members of the LGBTQ community. Clinic is held the third Thursday of each month, 7 – 9 PM. Call to schedule a consultation.
206-235-7235 • Email

QTPOC Advocacy Group @ Gender Justice League

Queer and trans of color community members (and allies) come together and to talk about the pressing issues that they face on a day to day basis. Meets on the 3rd Tuesday of each month.

Queer Parent Networking Dinner

A time to meet other LGBTQ families and parents, share a meal together, and talk about issues that are affecting your lives. Childcare is provided. Dinners take place every 2nd Thursdays of the month from 6 – 8 PM at the NW Network’s Community Engagement Space.
206-568-7777 • Email

Seattle Children’s Gender Clinic

Gives gender-affirming care to transgender or gender nonconforming people up to 21 years old. Doctors have special training in adolescent medicine, hormones (endocrinology) and emotional health.
4800 Sand Point Way NE, Seattle, WA • 206-987-2028

Seattle Counseling Service

Offers mental health and addiction services for GLBT community in the form of individual and family/couples counseling, groups, and psychiatric services. Works with trans individuals specifically in regards to transition. • 1216 Pine St #300, Seattle

The Northwest Network of Bisexual, Trans, Lesbian, and Gay Survivors of Abuse

The support line is for LGBTQ people experiencing relationship problems. Line is staffed by queer and trans folks, many of whom are survivors of violence. • 206-568-7777 • Email

The Northwest Network of Bisexual, Trans, Lesbian, and Gay Survivors of Abuse

Provides advocacy and safety planning support for LGBTQ survivors of dating, domestic and sexual violence and stalking. Provides individual support to LGBTQ young people who have experienced or are at risk for any type of crime victimization or harm.

206-568-7777 • Email