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The following are links to some local LGBT organizations in Tucson.  We hope that by following and exploring these links you will find the type of organization and information you seeking.

  • - You CAN adopt:  Gay adoption info.  Although not a Tucson organization, Adoption Pride provides a wealth of information for LGBTQ people who may wish to adopt.
  • Anchor Project.  The ANCHOR Project (Accessible Network for Coordinated Housing, Opportunities, and Resilience) is designed to provide culturally responsive and affirming services to young adults who identify with the spectrum of LGBTQ&A.
  • Desert Voices, Tucson's GLBT choir.  Performance and  membership information.
  • Eon, Tucson's LGBT youth organization.  Eon seeks to assist gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender youth with support and information so that they can make safe and healthy decisions for life.  Eon is now overseen by SAAF.
  • Gay, Lesbian, and Straight Educators Network (GLSEN), Tucson Chapter.  GLSEN strives to assure that each member of every school community is valued and respected, regardless of sexual orientation.  Contact GLSEN Tucson at
  • Living Out Loud.  Living Out Loud is a full-spectrum LGBTQI health and wellness resource, supporting your physical, emotional, spiritual and mental health.
  • Men's Social Network, a non-profit organization of gay men in southern Arizona that provides an opportunity for men to socialize outside the setting of bars and nightclubs.
  • Rainbow Interfaith Community, an interdenominational group of Tucson faith communities reaching out to LGBT people.
  • Reveille Men's Chorus, dedicated to musical excellence and performs worldwide to promote human rights, diversity, and a world free of AIDS.
  • Sigma Phi Beta Fraternity, organized for and by gay, straight, bisexual, and transgender men in college (Arizona State University chapter).
  • Southern Arizona AIDS Foundation (SAAF), creating and sustaining a healthier community through a compassionate, comprehensive response to HIV/AIDS.
  • Southern Arizona Gender Alliance (SAGA), Tucson's transgender and transsexual resource center.  SAGA offers support, social, and discussion groups that reflect the various aspects of gender and society.
  • Southern Arizona Senior Pride.  Celebrating, supporting and uniting Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender seniors in Southern Arizona
  • Tucson GLBT Chamber of Commerce, a directory of Tucson GLBT-friendly businesses.
  • Tucson Interfaith HIV and AIDS Network (TIHAN), provides compassionate and non-judgmental service to those affected by HIV/AIDS.
  • Observer Weekly, Tucson's weekly LGBT newspaper.
  • Tucson-Pima County Public Library GLBT Information page, offering services to Tucson's GLBT community, especially GLBT and questioning youth. 
  • University of Arizona LGBT Organizations.  A web page from the Allies of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Staff at the University of Arizona, giving links to all GLBT-related organizations on campus, some 13 of them.
  • Wingspan, Tucson's LGBT community center.  Since closing in 2014, remaining programs (including the Anti-Violence Project and the Eon Youth Lounge) are now under the Southern Arizona AIDS Foundation.

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(Last updated March 13, 2016 )