LGBTQ Resources

Hidden Figures: The Impact of the Covid-19 Pandemic on LGBT Communities

For more information on the impact Coronavirus has had on LGBT communities, please read the article on the LGBT foundation website.


Over the Rainbow

Over the Rainbow is a part social, part support group for young people aged 13 to 25 who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual or trans, questioning or unsure of their sexuality or gender identity.

A closed, confidential youth group meets on the first Wednesday of the month.

Telephone: 01744 457242 (ask for Emma)


Beat Eating Disorders

One in five gay and bisexual people are estimated to have problems with their weight or eating – this is about four times higher than the general population.


The Wellbeing Hub

The ongoing coronavirus pandemic is still causing feelings of uncertainty, anxiety, and distress for many of us in our community. The Wellbeing Hub offer some great tools and resources to support you in managing your mental health and wellbeing in this challenging time.


LGBT Foundation

The LGBT Foundation aims to secure a safe, healthy and equal future for all LGBT people.

Telephone: 0345 330 3030


View the LGBT Foundation poster

The Recovery Village

LGBTQ+ Drug and Alcohol Treatment Resources

People in the LGBTQ+ community are more likely to experience social stigma, discrimination, rejection, abuse and ostracism from society and even their families. People who identify as anything but heterosexual often face more challenges in their life, in addition to daily stressors, and as a result are at a higher risk of developing mental health and substance use disorders.


Screening Information for Trans People

Trans patients and can miss out on important health checks – please ask to see if you’re due a screening and book an appointment to discuss how we can make your screening most comfortable for you.

Find out more about NHS Screening programmes for trans people: PHE Information for trans people