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ACLU (American Civil Liberties Union)
Legal assistance for people discriminated against because of HIV/AIDS.

ACLU of Washington
American Civil Liberties Union of Washington’s lesbian/gay rights page.

AEGiS (AIDS Education Global Information System)
HIV News from around the world.

AIDS acronyms (National Institutes of Health site)
When there’s a need to find out the meaning of an AIDS/HIV-related acronym.

AIDS CareTeam Program (a Multifaith Works program)
Volunteers of all faiths provide support and friendship to people with HIV/AIDS.

AIDS Clinical Trials Unit (ACTU)
Local access to AIDS/HIV clinical treatment studies. Telephone 206.731.3184.

AIDS/HIV Hotline 800.272.2437.

AIDS/HIV Organizations: Who Does What? (King County/City of Seattle Public Health)
A comprehensive list of AIDS/HIV organizations and services in King County.

AIDS Memorial Quilt Archives
Contains images of more than 42,000 individual panels, searchable by name.

Aldebaran Consulting and Website Design
Donated website design services to create and maintain Dunshee House's new website.

APDP (AIDS Prescription Drug Program)
A program of the Washington State Department of Health. Telephone 800.272.2437.

American Friends Service Committee’s Pacific Northwest GLBT Program

Asian-Pacific Islander HIV/AIDS health services
Washington Association of Community & Migrant Health Centers. 360.786.9722.

Babes Network
Peer-led women facing HIV, providing peer support, advocacy, education, and outreach.

Bailey-Boushay House
Offers residential care and day health programs for people living with AIDS.

Bastyr Center for Natural Health (Immune Wellness Program)
Complementary health care for people living with AIDS/HIV.

Be One
A global positive community. It's a one-stop website for HIV+ gay guys.

BiNet Seattle
Offers social outlet and support for bisexual, bi-curious people, and their partners.

CDC Divisions of HIV/AIDS Prevention (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention)
U.S. government agency information about HIV/AIDS.

CDC en Español - Prevención de VIH/SIDA (Centros para el Control y la Prevención de Enfermedades) Información de la agencia de gobierno de Estados Unidos para VIH/SIDA.

COLAGE Seattle (Children of Lesbians and Gays Everywhere)
Providing local community, support and fun for children of all ages with LGBT parents.

Cal Anderson House
One bedroom apartments on First Hill in Seattle only for people with HIV/AIDS.

Chicken Soup Brigade (now Lifelong AIDS Alliance)

Compassion in Dying in Washington
Advocacy, counseling and emotional support to those “desiring a humane death.”

Country Doctor Community Clinic
Medical care, case management, acupuncture, nutrition help for people with HIV.

Crisis Clinic
Provides the Crisis Line, 206.461.3222, a 24-hour intervention and referral service giving immediate help to people in emotional crisis.

(E-mail link)
Seattle-based collective fostering community building and political change.

Dynamic Drive
Dynamic Drive provided free DHTML scripts that were used to create the Dunshee House website's navigation bar and pop-up menus.

Emerald City Social Club
Seattle-based social, educational and support group for crossdressers. Includes crossdressers, transsexuals, and individuals who identify themselves as transgendered.

Entre Hermanos
Proporciona ayuda, desarrolla liderazgo y refuerza la comunidad Latina LGBTQ (Translation: Provides support, develops leadership and strengthens Latino LGBTQ community).

FDA HIV and AIDS Program (Food and Drug Administration)
U.S. government agency information about HIV/AIDS.

Families Like Ours
Dedicated to the needs & support of non-traditional adoptive families.

Gay and Lesbian Medical Association (GLMA)
GLMA exists to make the health care environment a place of empathy, justice, and equity.

Gay City
A grassroots health organization for gay, bisexual, and transgender (GBT) men.

Gay Fathers Association of Seattle
Dedicated to providing a safe and supportive environment for all gay and/or bisexual men who have children.
A nationwide health information resource for GLBTQ persons.

Gay Lesbian Bisexual Transgender Health Webpages (King County/City of Seattle Public Health)

Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender Terminology (National Lesbian & Gay Journalists Association Stylebook Supplement)

HIV/AIDS Resource Library (King County/City of Seattle Public Health)
Journal articles, literature searches, reports and brochures.

ICHS HIV/AIDS Program (International Community Health Services)
Services for the Asian/Pacific Islander communities, e.g. treatment and counseling.

Indian Health Board, Project Red Talon
HIV/STD programs for federally-recognized American Indian tribes in Washington.

Ingersoll Gender Center
Seattle-based. Services to clients not comfortable living with their birth gender.

Innervisions 206.322.7061 (a POCAAN program)
For men of African descent who have sex with men.

King County/City of Seattle Public Health’s “Who Does What?”
A comprehensive list of AIDS/HIV organizations and services in King County.

Konnect II 206.322.7061 (a POCAAN program)
Client advocacy for HIV+ individuals.

Lambert House
A Seattle center for GLBTQ youth. Encourages empowerment through the development of leadership, social, and life skills.

Lifelong AIDS Alliance
Provides support services and advocating for people affected by HIV/AIDS.

Living Positively Prayer Request Line 206.524.7729
A program of the Center for Spiritual Living.

Madison Clinic, Harborview Medical Center
Primary medical care, consultation, case management, and mental health services.

Mature Friends
Mature Friends is a social group for gay men and women over 40.

Multifaith AIDS Projects Housing (MAPS) (a Multifaith Works program)
Provides supportive low-income housing to people living with AIDS.

Multifaith Alliance of Reconciling Communities (MARC) (a Multifaith Works program)

Multifaith Works
Provides housing and services to people with life-threatening illnesses and community education on issues of human diversity. Programs include AIDS CareTeam Program, Multifaith AIDS Projects Housing, Multifaith Alliance of Reconciling Communities, and the Seattle Shanti.

Needle Exchange
Free sterile needle exchange at seven sites.

Neon Project
HIV prevention, risk reduction program for gay/bisexual men who use crystal. Peer education, materials, and counseling.

NIH (National Institutes of Health) Office of AIDS Research
U.S. government agency responsible for obtaining and disseminating information to support HIV/AIDS research, treatment, and prevention.

Northwest AIDS Foundation (now Lifelong AIDS Alliance)

Northwest Family Center
Comprehensive, family-centered services for HIV+ women, children, youth and families.

Northwest Lesbian and Gay History Museum Project
Researches, interprets and communicates the history of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people in the Pacific Northwest.

Northwest Network of BTLG Survivors of Abuse
Sponsors support groups, safety planning, individual counseling, legal advocacy, and community organizing.

Northwest Proud
A coalition of LGBTQ groups in the City of Bellingham and Whatcom County, Washington area.

Northwest Two-Spirit Society
Provides training and outreach to Northwest Native and non-Native communities regarding First Nation and Two-Spirit histories, traditions, health promotion, and visibility.

One on One
Free, anonymous, one-time viral load testing, t cell testing and limited care for persons newly diagnosed with HIV.

Community-building for the LGBTQ in Kitsap County, Washington.

PFLAG (Parents, Families and Friends of Lesbians and Gays) (Seattle Chapter)
Promotes the health and well-being of sexual minorities, their families and friends through support, education and advocacy.

POCAAN (People Of Color Against AIDS Network)
Provides education, outreach, and referral with a focus on serving individuals and communities of color. Programs include Konnect II, Innervisions, Sistah 2 Sistah, and Victor Rivera MSM.

POZ Seattle
Committed to building a strong, cohesive, and healthy community for HIV+ gay men through the planning and promotion of fun, social activities.

People’s Memorial Association
Provides low-cost funeral services.

Pet Project (The Humane Society for Seattle/King County)
Pet food, basic veterinary care, grooming, and other services for people living with AIDS.

PowerON (Prevention Organizations With Empowerment Resources On the Net)
Comprehensive Seattle/King County HIV prevention web site serving men who have sex with men (MSM).

Positive Solutions Benefits
Benefits counseling for people with disabilities (state, federal and private programs).

Project Inform
Diagnosis and treatment information about HIV/AIDS and opportunistic infections.

Project Inform en Español
Diagnosis e información acerca de tratamientos de VIH/SIDA e infecciones oportunistas.

Proud Family Alliance
Social gathering for GLBT parents and their children organized twice monthly.

Puget Sound Neighborhood Health Centers
Dental care for people living with HIV/AIDS.

Queer Community
Goal: to bring together Seattle LGBTQ community through film, media and technology.

Rainbow Center
Serves the GLBTQ communities of Pierce County, Washington.

Rainbow Center Olympia
Serves the GLBTQ communities of Thurston County, Washington.

Rainbow Train
Grassroots organization dedicated to providing education about elder lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) people.

Provides high quality, cost-effective housing and health care for people with HIV/AIDS.

STEP (Seattle Treatment and Education Project)
Treatment and health care information. Quarterly treatment journal.

Safe Schools Coalition
A partnership in support of GLBTQ youth. Offers resources for educators, parents, guardians and youth.

Seattle Bisexual Women's Network
Women from diverse backgrounds working to create a feminist bisexual support network. A member project of Gay Community Social Services

Seattle Counseling Services for Sexual Minorities
Counseling, medication management, groups and family services. Serving the Queer/LGBTQ community. 206.323.1768

Seattle Gay Clinic
HIV counseling and testing, STD screening, hepatitis testing and vaccinations.

Seattle LGBT Community Center
Works to create a meeting place for the LGBTQ Community and serve as an information and referral service.

Seattle Lesbian and Gay Chorus
Purpose: to affirm through music the positive nature of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender experience.

Seattle Lesbian Cancer Project (See Verbena.)

Seattle Men’s Chorus
The largest community chorus in America. It is also the largest gay men's chorus in the world.

Seattle Shanti (a Multifaith Works program)
Emotional support for people affected by life-threatening illnesses, whether at home, in a hospice or nursing facility, or in prison.

Sex and Love Addicts Anonymous
A 12-step program for recovery.

Sexaholics Anonymous
A 12-step program for recovery.

SHAPE is a UW research study for HIV-positive gay and bisexual men who are sexually active.  The study can be done over the phone and participants are compensated for their time.

Sistah 2 Sistah 206.322.7061 (a POCAAN program)
For LBT women of African descent.

Snohomish County Gay Men’s Task Force
Works to improve the quality of life for gay and bisexual men in Snohomish County.

Triangle Recreation Camp
A membership organization limited to gay men and women who are at least twenty-one (21) years of age.

Verbena formed from the merger of Sappho’s Health Services and Seattle Lesbian Cancer Project. Verbena builds health and vibrant communities for lesbians, bisexual and queer women, and transgendered individuals (FTM and MTF) through health advocacy, education, support services and access to care.

Victor Rivera MSM 206.322.7061 (a POCAAN program)
For Latino men who have sex with men.

Volunteer Attorneys for Persons with HIV/AIDS (VAPWA)
Referrals to attorneys for civil cases and legal assistance (pro bono, reduced fee, regular fee). Site is a general resource for questions about AIDS and the law.

Washington State HIV/AIDS Hotline 800.272.2437
Provides information and referral to people in Washington.

Washington State Secretary of State Charitable Solicitations Program Charity Profile Report on SASG (as documented on this link, SASG devoted 87% of its total expenses to program services during 2001)

HIV prevention education to high-risk street youth via street outreach and youth serving institutions.

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