At Love Doesn’t Hurt, we understand the complex challenges faced by the LGBTQ community, particularly those who have been victims of violence. Our programs are designed to provide comprehensive support, foster resilience, and work towards a society where everyone is free to live authentically without fear of violence. Here’s an overview of our main programs:
In times of crisis, quick access to resources is crucial. Our emergency assistance program is designed to provide immediate support for individuals in the LGBTQ community who have experienced violence. This includes access to a safe environment, emergency medical care, and counseling services.
Recognizing the unique needs of each individual, our resource connection program assists individuals in navigating available resources. From legal advice and counseling services to housing and employment support, our dedicated team is here to ensure that you are connected to the resources that best suit
Partnering with Mental Health & Crisis Intervention Providers to help provide a safe space for those in the LGBTQ+ Community who have experienced trauma or have been a victim of a crime. Working together to help build coping skills and begin the healing process.
Once we receive your registration you will be send a calendar invite for the group.
Awareness and understanding are key to challenging stigmas and fostering a society that is supportive and inclusive. Through our education and advocacy program, we engage with law enforcement, community partners, and the wider public to educate them about the unique struggles faced by the LGBTQ community. We work to promote understanding, acceptance, and policy changes that protect and uphold the rights of all individuals, regardless of their sexual orientation or gender identity.
At Love Doesn’t Hurt, we strive to create a safe and inclusive environment for victims of violence. Our services range from emergency assistance to education and advocacy, catering to the unique needs of our clients in the LGBTQ community.