No. Our services are available to you regardless of your sexual orientation or gender identity. While meeting the needs of LGBTQ individuals is a crucial part of what we do, we regularly are contacted by others who have an interest in or whose lives are impacted by issues related to sexual orientation and gender identity.
People who are not LGBTQ may contact us for a variety of reasons, such as:
- They are researching some aspect of LGBTQ identity or experience for a class project;
- Someone in their lives has come out to them as LGBTQ and they would like support and assistance in responding to this situation;
- They would like to learn more about LGBTQ identity for personal or professional reasons;
- They are a service provider who is looking for resources for a client.
Others may contact us because they are unsure of or are questioning their identity and are seeking help answering their questions. In these situations, we will listen, recommend resources, help individuals sort through their questions and if needed refer them to other sources of assistance.