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LGBTQ+ Resources

Libraries are for everyone! Three Rivers Public Library District is committed to ensuring that our library is a welcoming space for members of the LGBTQ community, their families, and allies. We also strive to have a broad range of resources and materials that meet the informational needs of LGBTQ patrons, as well as educate our entire community.







Other Resources and further reading:







The World to Come

Ebooks and Digital titles:

LGBTQ+ and COVID-19 Information and Resources

them: How LGBTQ+ People Can Get Help and Resources During Coronavirus
“As LGBTQ+ health and community centers are shutting down nationwide, these virtual resource kits, phone hotlines, live streams, and webinars are vital for getting information and support.” 
This list was put together by them, a Conde Nast news and culture platform aimed at the LGBTQ+ community.

National Center for Transgender Equality: The Coronavirus (COVID-19) Guide
"We want trans people and their families to stay safe—both from the virus and from any unique problems we may face with this new virus.”

Transgender Law Center: Virtual Community Gatherings
“Our communities are only as strong as the circles of care we create. Let’s use this opportunity to provide a space of solace, political education, and resource sharing. Each week we’ll go in depth into the ways this crisis impacts the many intersecting experiences of our communities.”

Asylum Connect: Resource List for LGBTQ+ Asylum Seekers and Other LGBTQ+ People in Need During COVID-19
“A list highlighting some of the verified LGBTQ+ affirming and immigrant friendly resources continuing to offer help (either in-person or virtually) in the United States during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Whether you are seeking LGBTQ+ asylum or undocumented, a LGBTQ+ student impacted by early school and dorm closures, or simply in need of a free LGBTQ+ affirming service, AsylumConnect is here for you during this crisis.”