A directory of LGBTQ (and allied) organizations
The Equality Club is an on-campus club open to the entire Walla Walla Community College student body. We operate under the Associated Student Body of WWCC and provide social events, co-sponsoring projects with other ASB clubs, and provide a voice for our members and the WWCC student body.
Email: [email protected]
Walla Walla High School’s Gay Straight Alliance (GSA) is a student service organization whose purpose is to provide a safe environment for people of all sexual orientations or gender identities by promoting equality through community awareness.
Walla Walla County Democrats is a political party organization with a mission of electing Democratic candidates to public office. Walla Walla Dems work tirelessly in the community to advance Democratic ideals.
Walla Walla DSA is a chapter of the Democratic Socialists of America, the largest socialist organization in the United States. DSA’s members are building progressive movements for social change while establishing an openly democratic socialist presence in American communities and politics.
A vibrant support group that welcomes all who are questioning or coming to terms with their gender identity, negotiating coming-out or navigating transition, or seeking information for themselves or a loved one. We also welcome post-transition people of all genders who have integrated into society and wish to help others by sharing their wisdom.
Email: [email protected]
Blue Mountain Heart to Heart (BMH2H) is a community organization whose mission is to promote public health with advocacy, education, harm reduction and support for individuals across a spectrum of chronic conditions, with a special emphasis on HIV prevention and care. They serve clients and provide prevention education. They provide free, confidential HIV and Hepatitis C testing at their office.
Phone: (509) 529-4744
The LGBTQ Veterans Care Coordinator acts as a point of contact for veterans who have questions or concerns which pertain specifically to their unique health care needs related to their LGBTQ identity. Furthermore, the VCC coordinates events, educational campaigns, supportive programs, as well as a stakeholders group to better address the needs of LGBTQ Veterans.
Celena Veverka, LICSW
Phone: (509) 525-5200 Ext. 26969
The LGBTQ Special Emphasis Program Coordinator (SEPC) assists VA employees and staff who may have concerns or needs which are perhaps not being addressed. VA Employees and staff may contact the LGBTQ SEPC with any questions, concerns or ideas.
Phone: (509) 525-5200 Ext. 26502
Triple Point is a youth support group for LGBTQ youth between the ages of 13-18. Triple Point exists to empower LGBTQ youth and their allies by providing education, information, and support in a safe, accepting environment for them to grow and thrive in the community.
Phone: (509) 529-2130 ext. 8110
First Congregational Church is part of the United Church of Christ conference, and welcomes all persons into the life of the church — regardless of age, race ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender identity, or mental or physical disabilities.
Phone: (509) 525-8753
The local chapter of Seventh-day Adventist Kinship International, which supports people with a background of being Seventh-day Adventist and LGBTQ. The local chapter is open to all, hosts social events, provides LGBTQ Christian educational resources, and holds personal support groups upon request
For more information contact Terry Rice by email at [email protected]
CREDIT: This directory is an adapted work of the Walla Walla Valley LGBTQ Resource brochure which was compiled by volunteers with Community Pride Walla Walla and Walla Walla Queers. The original project was funded thanks to a grant from the Pride Foundation.
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