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Resources

National LGBTQ Anti-Poverty Action Network COVID-19 Resource List

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Covid-19 Resource Pages

LGBTQ Mutual Aid Funds

Webinars (recorded)

Federal Priorities

Funding

Funders for LGBTQ Issues (includes list of community funds for LGBTQ groups)

Housing

The National Housing Law Project, and students at Columbia and the University of Pennsylvania have created the following list of state-by-state list of eviction moratoriums that have been enacted by states

Other Resources

Legal Hotlines

National

National Center for Lesbian Rights Legel Help Line
415.392.6257
info@nclrights.org
dev.nclrights.org/GetHelp 

Lambda Legal
212-809-8585
https://www.lambdalegal.org/helpdesk 

Transgender Law Center
(415) 296-2029 (Español)
https://transgenderlawcenter.org/resources 

Transgender Legal Defense and Education Fund
646.862.9396
info@transgenderlegal.org  

Regional/Local

GLBT Legal Advocates and Defenders (New England)
1-800-455-GLAD
http://www.glad.org/know-your-rights/glad-answers/ 

Whitman-Walker Health Legal Services (Washington D.C.)
202.939.7630
contact-legal@whitman-walker.org 

Anti-Violence Project (New York City, NY)
212.714.1141

Sylvia Rivera Law Project (New York City, NY)
212.337.8550
https://srlp.org/legal-services/ 

LGBT Bar Association of Greater New York (New York State and New Jersey)
https://www.lgbtbarny.org/get-legal-help
(212) 353-9118

Mazzoni Center Legal Services (Pennsylvania)
215-563-0657

Los Angeles LGBT Center – General (Los Angeles, CA)
323-993-7400
https://lalgbtcenter.org/social-service-and-housing/legal-services/legal-clinic-lawyer-referral-service 

Los Angeles LGBT Center – Domestic Violence Legal Advocacy Project (Los Angeles, CA)
323-993-7649
dvlap@lalgbtcenter.org 

The mission of the National LGBTQ Anti-Poverty Action Network is to end poverty in the U.S., advocate for economic justice, and pursue solutions to economic, racial, gender and social disparities as they specifically impact low-income LGBTQ people. We seek to do this through research, organizing, learning, public education, and advocacy in coalition with organizations and individuals working within and outside of the LGBTQ movement.

The Network is a member-based coalition of over 100 organizations and individuals working in the LGBTQ, anti-poverty, and anti-hunger movements. A volunteer Planning Committee coordinates the Network’s monthly calls and in-person meetings, which are held twice a year The Network is organized into three different subgroups: advocacy, public education, and research. Members collaborate on policy actions, educational activities, organizing and educational initiatives to increase awareness about and action on LGBTQ poverty.

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