This page is a resource for support, therapy and medical services in the regions GAMMA operates as well as support services available nationally.
Washington, DC Resources
Whitman-Walker Health, an LGBTQ+ Medical Center in Washington, D.C. offers a full range of services, including: Medical, Behavioral Health, Dental Health, Legal Services, Transgender Care & Services and Insurance Navigation. It also provides peer support programs for individuals and groups.
The DC Centeris a great resource. The mission of "The DC LGBT Center educates, empowers, celebrates, and connects the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender communities.To fulfill our mission, we focus on four core areas: health and wellness, arts & culture, social & support services, and advocacy and community building." They have great links to other health and wellness resources in the Washington, D.C. area.
Philadelphia, PA Resources
William Way Community Centerserves the LGBTQIA+ community of Philadelphia and its allies 365 days a year. From social groups, networking events, and counseling and support services to art exhibitions and cultural experiences, the Center consistently strives to provide new and innovative programs for the LGBTQIA+ communities throughout Greater Philadelphia.
Mazzoni Centerprovides quality comprehensive health and wellness services in an LGBTQ-focused environment, while preserving the dignity and improving the quality of life of the individuals they serve.
Atlanta, GA Resources
AID Atlanta, provides HIV/AIDS-related services, care, and education since its inception in 1982
Positive Impact Health Centers provides client centered care for the HIV community. Comprehensive services, including testing, counseling, substance abuse treatment navigation and counseling, and HIV medical care available at the Duluth, Marietta and Decatur centers. Service include comprehensive medical care, HIV, , dental, prevention & PREP, counseling & therapy, and peer support.
St. Petersburg, FL Resources
Metro Inclusive Health provides quality health and wellness services that are inclusive, relevant, supportive and represent the lifetime continuum of the diverse people, serving the Tampa Bay community. Service include primary care, HIV, prevention & PREP, and counseling.
CAN Community Health serves the needs of the HIV community in Florida. Their clinics offer medical, dental, psychological and lifestyle counseling to all patients, regardless of their financial situation, insurance status, or ability to pay.
Chicago, IL Resources
Howard Brown Health Center is LGBTQ affirming primary care, STI/STD testing, HIV/AIDS services, TGNC healthcare, and women's health services at clinics across Chicago.
Fenway Health has been working to make life healthier for the people in our neighborhood, the LGBTQIA+ community, people living with HIV/AIDS and the broader population
Los Angeles, CA
The Los Angeles LGBT Center is one of the largest and most experienced providers of LGBT health and mental healthcare, supported by a research team working to advance the care and treatment of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people.
Therapists & Coaches
GAMMA has complied a list of therapists and coaches that individual men attending GAMMA meetings have had positive experiences with.
Husbands Out to Wives is an on-line membership only support group for gay and bisexual men who are married to women and are out to (or working toward coming out to) their wives. Like GAMMA, HOW does not give advice but relates through men's personal experiences. Also like GAMMA, HOW does not have one path a man should follow and is welcoming of the different choices about marriage men can make. HOW's new member port is at: how-support.org/
Making Mixed Orientation Marriages Work is an on-line membership only support group for men and women who are in mixed orientation marriages. Straight spouses who are married to gays or bisexuals and also the married gays and bisexuals themselves. MMOMW is hosted on Group.io and can be found at: https://mmomw.groups.io/g/main. You will need to join Groups.io and then request access to this private group.
HUGS is an acronym for Hope-Understanding-Growth-Support. The HUGS_Couples is an on-line membership only support group for couples of mixed sexual orientation who are working to keep their relationship strong and growing. It provides a positive environment where these couples can EXPRESS their concerns, SHARE their successes, and GIVE and RECEIVE support and encouragement. They can be found on Groups.io at: https://groups.io/g/HUGS3
Alternate Paths is a website that provides information about Mixed Orientation Marriages – specifically how to stay together and make them work. They can be found at: http://alternatepaths.net/.
Mixed Orientation Marriage : Pathways to Success is a free on-line book and web resource for couples in a mixed-orientation marriage seeking a positive outcome. It is written with a refreshing, positive, and success oriented approach to these potentially complicated mixed-sexuality relationships. They can be found at: http://mixedorientation.com/
Additional Support Groups
Support Groups Similar to GAMMA in Other Cities:
New York City, NY Married Men’s Support Group, held at The Center, The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Community Center at 208 W 13 St, New York, NY 10011. Their phone is: 212.620.7310, and their website is https://gaycenter.org/. From The Center's website, "NYC Married Men’s Support Group For men who identify as bi or gay and are, or have been, in a mixed orientation marriage. Contact facilitator before attending. Jeremy Lees, JLLEES@verizon.net"
Boston, MA Gay & Bisexual Married Men's Support Group (BMMG)
Seattle, WA Gay Fathers Association of Seattle, WA. The Gay Fathers Association of Seattle (GFAS) hosts a safe and anonymous support group meeting on the Group Health Cooperative, Capitol Hill campus in Seattle. A social hour continues after each meeting, (http://www.gfas.org)
The National Suicide Prevention Hotline Lifeline provides 24/7, free and confidential support for people in distress, prevention and crisis resources for you or your loved ones, and best practices for professionals at 800-273-8255.
Suicide.orgoffers suicide hotlines across the country with local hotlines in many jurisdictions. Their main suicide prevention lines are 1-800-SUICIDE (1-800-784-2433) and 1-800-273-TALK (1-800-273-8255).