top of page


This is Homeward's Resource Page. Are you looking for a resource or advice but can't find it? Visit Homeward's forum page, social media, or contact us and we will help you find what you are looking for.



Gay Activist Alliance in Morris County  



21 Normandy Heights Rd Morristown NJ 07960


Phone: (973)-285-1595


End Discrimination Gain Equality NJ


295 East Main St.

Denville NJ 07834


Phone: (973)-285-0006




Parents, Families, and Friends of Lesbians and Gays



71 Sparta Ave
Sparta, NJ 07871


Phone: (908)-300-4227




Caring Partners of Morris & Sussex


200 Valley Road, Suite 406
Mount Arlington, NJ 07856

Phone: (973) 770-5505



The County College of Morris has an entire page dedicated to LGBTQ+ resources including contact information for mental health providers, peer support hotlines, and LGBTQ+ centers and organizations. Visit the link above to learn more!


Stevens Institute of Technology offers an entire page of LGBTQ-Friendly information and resources related to accepting colleges and universities, community building tools, anti-bullying resources, support groups and more! Visit this wealth of resources by clicking the underlined "Stevens Institute of Technology" above.

CAPCO Resource Center Inc.

The Coalition on AIDS in Passaic County 

(Private Non-Profit)



100 Hamilton Plaza

Suite 1406

Paterson, NJ 07505


Phone: (973) 742-6742 Phone


Fax: (973) 742-6750 Fax

Triversity Pride Center

TriVersity, the Pride Center



201 West Harford St.
Milford Pa 18337

Phone: (570)-832-4955

Sussex County Pride



Sussex County Pride Logo.PNG

Out Montclair

Out Montclair is dedicated to fostering community and providing support and solidarity for the LGBTQIA+ population of Montclair, NJ. All programs and events are open to the public. For more information please visit:

Bridges4Life is dedicated to serving the Transgender and Gender Non-Conforming Community in Northern New Jersey and the New York City Metropolitan Areas. Visit their website for more information regarding weekly support groups, recovery coaching, housing services, and social services advocacy. 


LGBTQ+ Website Resources

Gay, Lesbian & Straight Education Network working towards ensuring that every student receives a safe, supportive, and LGBTQ inclusive K-12 education.

The Trevor Project’s mission is to end suicide among LGBTQ young people.

NCTE was founded in 2003 by transgender activists who recognized the urgent need for policy change to advance transgender equality.

SAGE can provide LGBTQ+ Resources and Advocacy for LGBTQ+ Elders.

TRANS AFFIRMING ALLIANCE can provide direct legal services, legal guidance, mental health counseling, career counseling, support groups, and specialized health and wellness services to the transgender community.

(877) 565-8860


Trans Lifeline is a trans-led organization that connects trans people to the community, support, and resources they need to survive and thrive.”


Garden State Equality lifts up the diverse voices of LGBTQ+ communities through education and advocacy to advance the movement for equality in New Jersey and nationally. Garden State Equality's services include advocacy, policy work, and trainings. Garden State Equality works to address safe environments for youth, improvement of health services that meet LGBTQ+ community needs, and respectful treatment of seniors. Beyond that, Garden State Equality supports New Jersey’s activist community by bringing an LGBTQ+ lens to the shared struggle for justice. All of Garden State Equality's current work is informed by racial, economic, and disability justice concerns. 


On October 3, 2013, the Newark LGBTQ Center was opened to the Newark LGBTQ community as a safe space, especially for people of color. Located at 89 Market Street, Floor 2, in Newark, NJ, the Newark LGBTQ Center offers research opportunities, community and volunteer opportunities, and social justice advocacy. 

LGBTQ+ Medical Team Connections


Are you looking for affirming healthcare?  Garden State Equality’s Affirming Healthcare Map is a directory of healthcare providers that have proactively identified themselves as LGBTQ-friendly. Some have also been trained by Garden State Equality staff on best practices in LGBTQ+ care.


Filter the directory by specialty or simply search by location to see the providers nearest to you as seen below.

Robert Wood Johnson Hospital: Proud Gender Center - LGBTQ+ Community Services


181 Somerset St. 2nd Floor

 New Brunswick, NJ 08901

 Phone: 1-833-247-7683 

Atlantic Health System LGBTQ+ Resources

LGBTQ+ Services & Patient Resource Line

Phone: 973-971-6125

edgeNJ and CAN Community Health


295 East Main St,

Denville, NJ 07834

Phone: 973-285-0006


Bicycle Health is an online medication-assisted treatment provider for opioid dependence. For more information please visit: Substance Use Disorder (SUD) in LGBTQ+ Community | Bicycle Health.

Domestic Violence Resources

DV Rib.jpg

Domestic Abuse and Sexual Assault Intervention Services (Sussex)

DASI's mission is to foster mutual respect and healthy relationships by providing comprehensive services to survivors of domestic and sexual violence and their families, community education, prevention programs, and advocacy. DASI offers safety, hope, and options for individuals and families affected by domestic and sexual violence, and for the community at large.


24/7 Hotline: 973-875-1211


Jersey Battered Women's Services (Morris)

JBWS is a private, nonprofit agency that provides safety, support and solutions for abuse for anyone who lives or works in primarily Morris County, NJ and faces the issues of intimate partner abuse. JBWS's mission is the prevention of domestic violence through the protection and empowerment of the victim, the rehabilitation of family members, the advocacy for social reform to prevent partner violence, and the education of the public about domestic violence and its consequences.

24/7 Hotline: 1.877.782.2873

Victims’ Intervention Program (Pike County, PA)

VIP believes everyone deserves to be safe and have the resources available to them to help in times of crisis. VIP is here to help you. VIP’s mission statement is Educate~Empower~Envision. They educate the community on the issues of domestic and sexual violence-we empower victims and survivors to make the best choices for their individual situations-and we invite the community to envision a world free from violence.

If you, or someone you know, is in need of shelter services, please call our Hotline at 570-253-4401.

bottom of page