“You know the way you’re walking through the halls at school or on the bus or in the mall or on facebook or at the library or just in the world in some way and you have a friend who does something AWESOME that is so freaking cool and great and helpful and supportive and makes you happy and feel like they are so kind and nice and they “get it” and they make a positive difference in your day? Yeah, that does happen, but sometimes, people need some tips and help to be that awesome ally even more often and in bigger more excellent ways! We were lucky to work with the brilliant Sophia Field, who created this HOW TO booklet just for you! When you become an ally to your transgender friends, you really make a difference. By speaking up and educating yourself and being an excellent human, your actions will help make your school and community a better, safer place!”
Arms Acres is a 183 bed licensed facility, providing inpatient treatment for those suffering from addiction to alcohol or drugs. They are situated on a tranquil 54-acre site in Putnam County, New York (90 miles north of New York City).
Congregation Emanuel of the Hudson Valley is open to all who are interested in Judaism. We welcome Jews of Color, Interfaith families, LGBTQ Jews, Jews by choice, and all those seeking a spiritual home. We are an open & warm Reform Congregation
Family Equality’s mission is to advance legal and lived equality for LGBTQ families, and for those who wish to form them, through building community, changing hearts and minds, and driving policy change.
Family of woodstock offers case management, life and vocational skills training, transitional living programs, recovery programs, housing and more for youth.
Poster giving an overview of The Gender Expression Non-Discrimination Act passed in 2019, that protects non-binary, gender non-conforming, and transgender people from discrimination of any kind in housing, employment, education, finances, public accommodation or general harassment.
HVCS offers an expansive range of healthcare coordination, support services and health education programs to help clients access and stay connected to all the services and information they need to fulfill their potential. All services are offered at no charge. We specialize in assisting people living with chronic illnesses (including HIV/AIDS, diabetes, heart disease, and hepatitis), people with active mental health diagnoses, and people who use drugs.