State and National Resources

For a listing of businesses, services, and providers in Southern Arizona, go to the Find a Provider/InfoLink Page. InfoLink is Wingspan’s online searchable database of local businesses, health resources and community groups.

This Resources page contains a few Arizona and National organizations that are not contained in the InfoLink database.


Cochise County

Bisbee Pride – Annual June Pride event site with resource links


Arizona Central Pride – sponsors of the Phoenix Pride Festival
AGRA-Phoenix – Arizona Gay Rodeo Association
Echo Magazine – biweekly gay publication
Gay Arizona – web site for IRC users
Southwest Center for HIV/AIDS – AIDS services organization

Yavapai County

Prescott Pride Center – serving the Prescott Community

Yuma – Greater Yuma GLBT Chamber of Commerce, LGBT events


ACLU – American Civil Liberties Union – Southern Arizona Chapter
The Advocate – gay and lesbian magazine – The official web site of the Bisexual Foundation.
COLAGE – Children of Lesbians And Gays Everywhere
CenterLink – national listing of LGBT centers
Deaf Queers – resources for deaf gays and lesbians
GLAAD – civil rights organization
The Independent Gay Forum
InterPride – International Association of LGBT Pride Coordinators
Just Say Yes – Positive talk about sex and coming out
The Human Rights Campaign (HRC) – civil rights organization
LAMBDA – community services
Lambda Legal – Lambda Legal is a national organization committed to achieving full recognition of the civil rights of lesbians, gay men, bisexuals, the transgendered and people with HIV or AIDS through impact litigation, education and public policy work.
New York City Gay and Lesbian Anti-Violence Project
NGLTF – National Gay and Lesbian Task Force – civil rights organization
PFLAG – Parents and Friends of Lesbians and Gays
Planet Out – major information site and gay and lesbian magazine
Queer Resources Directory – major information and resources site
Servicemembers Legal Defense Network (SLDN) – SLDN works to secure the freedom for all qualified individuals to serve, with equality of treatment and opportunity, regardless of actual or perceived sexual orientation or gender identity or militarily appropriate gender expression.