Support for LGBTQIA people

If you’re part of the LGBTQIA community, these are the places to get help in Brighton & Hove during coronavirus.

General support

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Switchboard

If you’re part of the LGBTQIA community, you can call Switchboard if you’re feeling lonely or down, or if you need advice.

Area:

Across the city

Opening hours:

Wednesday and Thursday, 7pm to 9.30pm

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The Clare Project

If you’re transgender, non-binary, intersex or questioning your gender, The Clare Project has an anonymous, confidential helpline you can call for support and advice.

Area:

Across the city

Opening hours:

  • Monday and Tuesday, 1pm to 4pm
  • Thursday, 5:30pm to 7:30pm
  • Friday, 1pm to 4pm
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MindOut

If you’re LGBTQIA and feeling stressed or worried because of coronavirus, MindOut can help. They have a phone line, email and webchat you can use.

Area:

Across the city

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Brighton & Hove City Council

If you need to report anti-social behaviour or hate crime, fill in this form on the Brighton & Hive City Council website. You don’t have to give any personal details to make a report.

Area:

Across the city

Support for young people

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Allsorts Youth Project

If you’re under 26 and are lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans or unsure and you need help, email Allsorts. They can give you one-to-one support over a video call.

Area:

Across the city