Network Members

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BeLonGTo LGBT Youth

BeLonG To Youth Services is the national organisation supporting lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and intersex (LGBTI+) young people in Ireland. Since 2003, they have worked with LGBTI+ young people, between 14 and 23 years, to create a world where they are equal, safe, and valued in the diversity of their identities and experiences.

Gay Project

The mission of the Gay Project as per the Constitution is to ensure that gay, bisexual, men who have sex with men (MSM), trans and queer men are enabled to participate fully in Ireland’s social, economic, cultural, political and artistic life.

Gay Men’s Health Service, HSE (GMHS)

GMHS is Ireland’s only dedicated statutory sexual health and wellbeing service for gay and bisexual men, men who have sex with men and the trans population.

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The Switchboard Ireland (GSI)

The Switchboard is Ireland’s oldest and only continuous LGBT+ support service. We have been providing confidential support to the community since 1974. The Switchboard Ireland’s trained volunteers offer phone, online chat and email support 7 days a week to the LGBT+ community. The Switchboard Ireland’s friendly volunteers provide a confidential listening, support & signposting service for the LGBT+ community, as well as for friends, families, allies and anyone who needs to discuss issues relating to sexuality and gender identity.


GOSHH – Gender Orientation Sexual Health HIV. Based in Limerick City, they provide a person-centred approach to support, information and advocacy. GOSHH is a charity which provides a safe, confidential, welcoming environment for everyone they work with.

HIV Ireland

HIV Ireland is a voluntary, non-profit organisation, linked to various local and national networks. Their vision is to contribute towards a significant reduction in the incidence and prevalence of HIV in Ireland and towards the realisation of an AIDS-free generation. HIV Ireland advocate for individuals living with HIV, preventing new HIV infections and combating HIV-related stigma and discrimination.

LGBT Ireland

LGBT Ireland is a national support service for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender people and their families and friends.The service was established in 2010 by seven local LGBT helplines, who shared a vision to create an infrastructure to enable them to offer support and information nationally through their network of trained volunteers.

Outhouse LGBT Community Centre

Outhouse is a LGBT community resource centre for LGBT+ people , their families, and friends.

Positive Now

Positive Now is a diverse group of people living with HIV working to build and enable an all-Ireland network and ensure that the voices of HIV positive people are represented at all levels, whilst constantly challenging stigma and discrimination.

Sexual Health Centre Cork

The Sexual Health Centre is a Not for Profit, Non-Governmental Organisation (NGO) that was established in July 1987 as Cork AIDS Alliance. The Centre’s knowledgeable team provides exhaustive and non-biased information, facilitates open dialogue and offers personal, free, and non-judgemental support to concerned groups and individuals regarding their sexual health, wellbeing, and sexuality.

Sexual Health West

Sexual Health West (Formally AIDS West) Is A Voluntary Organisation Primarily Funded By HSE West. They offer the highest quality care and support to those affected by HIV/AIDS/STIs and to those worried about their sexual health. They also offer information and education on all aspects of sexual health.

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The Rainbow Project

The Rainbow Project is a health organisation that works to improve the physical, mental & emotional health and well-being of LGBTQIA+ people and their families in Northern Ireland.

They are the foremost LGBTQIA+ organisation in Northern Ireland and have two centres: one in Belfast city centre and the other in Foyle, L’Derry.

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Dublin LGBTQ+ Pride

Dublin LGBTQ+ Pride is a not-for-profit organisation dedicated to raising awareness of the discrimination faced by LGBTQ+ people, promoting diversity and inclusion in society and championing equality for all people.

They work closely with a variety of LGBTQ+ charities, community organisations and government agencies to advocate for LGBTQ+ people. They also provide financial support to a number of LGBTQ+ organisations.