Works to eradicate discrimination based on sexual orientation, gender identity, and gender expression, and to create a state where LGBTQ people can live openly and with dignity, where their identities, relationships and families are respected, and where they find fair treatment on the job, in schools, in housing, in public places and in government programs
Monique Beltrán–Oracle Cards
All beings are worthy of love. For Trans Pride, Monique will be giving private oracle readings. During the reading, you may ask the cards for clarity and guidance in regard to anything you maybe struggling with in your life.This time and space is for you, for your truth to be seen, witnessed and honored. You are worthy of love.
California LGBTQ Health & Human Services Network
We strive to promote health equity for LGBTQ Californians by working with local community-based organizations, government agencies, and service providers to address health disparities within our communities through advocacy, community organizing, and capacity building.
End Homelessness Now L.A.
A grassroots campaign formed to urge city and county governments to deploy their vacant and underused land and buildings to build, own, and run permanent supportive public housing. Get active with EHN…your ideas and support are needed: bit.ly/ehn-petition
Expanding Identities Development
LGBTQ-focused consulting and training company aimed at creating empowerment through education and collaboration to expand the definition of identity. Through our training and consultations, we help build and foster understanding of the multiple intersections of identities and provide expertise on LGBTQ proficiency.
Kaiser Permanente of Southern California
Creates an accepting, sensitive, and caring environment for our transgender and gender nonbinary patients. Specialist teams consist of clinicians from internal and family medicine, behavioral health, endocrinology, pediatrics, gynecology, social medicine, plastic surgery, urology, head and neck surgery and nurse care coordination.
LGBTQ Center Long Beach
Do you like to Rack and Roll? Then check out our clothes closet. Are you in need of an expedient delivery service for essential items? Then use our TRANSport delivery service. Are you 18-29 trans or a non-binary person of color? Then you are eligible for a $50 Target gift card. And this is just a few services we offer!
Los Angeles Gender Center
Provides referrals to gender specialists who work with children, youth, adolescents, adults, partners, and parents in order to provide affordable, accessible, and affirming mental health care for gender non-conforming, non-binary, and transgender children, adolescents, adults, and their families.
Los Angeles LGBT Center
Host Homes Program
With a focus on being inclusive and supportive of youth who identify as LGBTQ, this short-term housing intervention serves as a pathway to shelter for all young adults who are currently experiencing homelessness. Our goal is to match youth with Hosts for stays of 3-6 months as an interim step in their long-term housing plan.
Los Angeles LGBT Center
Serves the legal needs of all LGBTQ people with a special focus on survivors of violence and discrimination, undocumented immigrants, homeless youth, and transgender people. Also provide workshops, trainings, and technical assistance for institutions and service providers.
Los Angeles LGBT Center
LifeWorks Mentoring Program
One-on-one mentoring program offers LGBTQ+ youth the opportunity to be matched for 12-months with an adult in our community who will guide them towards achieving goals through five achievement areas: home, health, education, career, and personal development. We train each mentor with skills to be there for their mentee—not as parents or teachers, but as guides, supporting youth to achieve their absolute best selves.
Los Angeles LGBT Center
Creates a safe, welcoming, and respectful community where LGBTQ people in their 50s, 60s, 70s, 80s, 90s, and beyond can come together to learn, connect, build friendships, gain support, and thrive! Click to register for case management, housing assistance, social support, meals, activities, and more!
Models of Pride
Presented by the Los Angeles LGBT Center, MOP is the world’s largest FREE conference for LGBTQ youth & allies, including parents & professionals. This year’s two-day virtual event includes an Opening Session, workshops, resources, networking opportunities, entertainment, giveaways, and more – all free!
Non-Binary Union of LA (NBULA)
Supports, advances, and uplifts non-binary, genderqueer, agender, intersex, and gender non-conforming people in the greater Los Angeles area by focusing on creating opportunities for social connection, advocating for the needs of our communities, and building power together.
Orange County LGBTQ Center
Our life-affirming programs focus on empowerment, and our advocacy efforts focus on speaking out against hate and discrimination. The Center offers mental health services, youth programs, HIV & STI Testing, immigration resources, transgender health & linkage to care, and more.
Santa Barbara Transgender Advocacy Network
Educates individuals and organizations on best practices for transgender and gender expansive clients, patients, students, congregants and families; creates and develops spaces, actions, and policies that advance the welfare of transgender and diverse gender non-conforming individuals, their families, and allies in California’s Central Coast communities.
St. John’s Transgender Health Programs
We provide comprehensive transgender health services in a safe and welcoming environment where you are free to be yourself. Services include hormone replacement therapy, mental health counseling, surgery referrals, victim of crime assistance, HIV treatment and care, and other supportive services.
Trans Wellness Center
First-of-its-kind collaboration of six different L.A. County-based organizations providing a multitude of services under one roof for trans, non-binary and intersex individuals, including housing, employment, legal referrals, social support groups, youth services, mental health, as well as primary care including hormone replacement therapy.
Ongoing webcomic about “Transcendants”—trans and queer superheroes in modern day America. Faith, Truth, and their leader Destiny join with seven other heroes to fight hate crimes against trans people. But only Destiny knows about their true mission, and the upcoming battle that will re-define what it means to be a citizen of this planet.
World’s largest suicide prevention and crisis intervention organization for LGBTQ young people. If you or someone you know is feeling hopeless or suicidal, contact TrevorLifeline 24/7 at 1-866-488-7386. Counseling is also available 24/7 via chat every day at TheTrevorProject.org/Help or by texting 678-678.
TrueVoice Vocal Development
A ground-breaking vocal development program from vocal coach Ryland Shelton, works with trans*feminine, trans*masculine and non-binary folx to achieve a sustainable and reliable speaking voice that more authentically expresses their gender identity—now proudly achieving vocal goals with great success in remote virtual sessions.
UCI Health Gender Diversity Program
Orange County’s only interdisciplinary program dedicated to caring for transgender, nonbinary, and gender-expansive children, teens and young adults up to the age of 26.Provides affirming, supportive care with a full range of services including patient and family counseling, puberty suppression, gender affirming hormone replacement therapy, sexual health & HIV Prevention, and provider education.
UCLA Gender Health Program
A comprehensive and multidisciplinary network of providers and staff that deliver medical, surgical and case management services to the Trans and Gender Diverse communities. We recognize and understand that each patient’s journey is unique and look forward to serving and advocating for community and also provide services for youth.
Presenting Sponsor of Trans Pride L.A. is OneWest Bank
Official Sponsor is Happy Hippie Foundation
Supporting Sponsors are Gilead, Google, and NYX Professional Makeup
Media Sponsor is The Fight Magazine