Wellness Programs

In addition to our comprehensive Sexual Health program, we offer support for the five additional areas that LGBTQ+ individuals are at risk for being underserved.

 

Mental Health


Counseling Refferals:

Dr. KT Heistand, Licensed Psychologist (901) 486-5745

Tyler Lefevor, Licensed Psychologist (901) 843-3595/ [email protected]

Kelli Davis, LPC, MHSP (901) 881-4942

 

For more options, resources or information click here.

Crisis Hotlines

Trevor Project 1-866-488-7386

Trans Lifeline 1-877-565-8860

Youth Villages Mobile Crisis 1-866-791-99226

Spanish National Suicide Prevention Hotline (hablan español) 1-888-628-9454

La Familia Suicide Hotline (hablan español) 1-800-784-2432

For more options, resources, or information click here

Social Support Groups

Check out our wide range of peer-led social support groups designed for fellowship, discussions, mentorship, and support through our network of peer groups.

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Substance Abuse


Seeking Serenity

Seeking Serenity is a peer-led community support group for LGBTQ friends and family of people in recovery for alcohol.

Seeking Serenity provides a weekly session for LGBTQ community members who support are associated with problem drinkers to convene for community, discussion, and social support from like-minded people in similar situations. While allies are welcome, Seeking Serenity is centered and gives precedent to the lives and experience of LGBTQ people.

For more information, check out the Facebook event page or the Facebook group.

Meeting Time

Thursdays at 5:30pm via Zoom.

Contact

[email protected]

 

Pride & Principles

Pride & Principles is an Alcoholics Anonymous group focused on the LGBTQ+ community. This group meets every Thursday night at 7:00p at The Way House 1203 Peabody Avenue.

Each meeting is a closed discussion meeting, except for the last Thursday of the month, which is an open speaker meeting and birthday celebration.

Meeting Time

Thursday nights at 7 pm The Way House 1203 Peabody Avenue 

Contact

[email protected]

Physical Health


Tai-Chi for LGBTQ+ Seniors

Tai-Chi is a low impact exercise perfect for maintaining and increasing flexibility. Our Tai-Chi classes are led by, Maxine Strawder, a certified Tai-Chi for Health instructor.

Class schedule TBA due to covid-19.

 

Trauma-Informed Yoga

This trauma-informed therapudic yoga class series is being offered free of charge to the LGBTQ+ community of the Mid-South by The Phoenix Project. This initiative aims to help heal trauma beyond talk-therapy.

Class schedule TBA due to covid-19.

Intimate Partner Violence


The Athena Project

(901) 678-3973

[email protected] 

Casa Luz (hablan español)

(901) 500- 8214

 [email protected]

Family Safety Center

(901) 222- 4400

https://familysafetycenter.org

For more options, info, or resources click here

Spiritual Health


H.O.P.E. Spirituality Group

The mission of HOPE (Helping Others Prevail Effectively) LGBTQ+ Spirituality Group is to approach spirituality in a way that allows everyone to be free in experiencing a safe haven conducive to teaching, learning, and discussing spiritual views. HOPE unpacks the Bible to correct misuse of scriptures that have been used to perpetuate hate and tear down the LGBTQ+ community in an effort to empower LGBTQ+ individuals in their religion and spirituality.

For more information, email us.

Meeting Time

Thursday nights at 7pm via Zoom.

Contact

[email protected]

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