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LGBTQIA+ Resources

Community Resources

St. Louis Queer+ Support Helpline (SQSH)

  • Website: SQSH
  • Phone Number: 314-380-7774
  • Toll-free phone number: 844-785-7774
  • Hours: Fri-Mon 1pm – 7pm
  • A free, confidential, and identity-affirming support service for the St. Louis LGBTQIA+ community, by the community.
  • Resource guide that can direct people to queer-affirming services in St. Louis:
  • Call Request Service to schedule calls:

Metro Trans Umbrella Group (STL)

  • WebsiteMTUG
  • Phone: 314-349-1402
  • Hours: Tues and Thurs 12pm – 6pm (Weds by appointment)
  • The Metro Trans Umbrella Group provides resources such as support groups, therapists, legal aid, doctors, free gender-affirming clothes, and other services for the Trans community.

WashU Campus Resources

Nat Hilterbrand

  • Phone: 314-935-9255
  • Email:
  • Location: DUC Suite 150
  • Serves as the Coordinator for LGBTQIA+ and Identity Engagement within the CDI

Travis Tucker

  • Number: 314-935-7535
  • Email:
  • Location: DUC Suite 150
  • Serves as the Assistant Director for LGBTQIA+ Student Involvement and Leadership. He is open for appointments and walk-ins to support LGBTQIA+ students. He is a mandatory reporter.

Student Health Services

  • Website: SHS LGBTQIA+ Page
  • General SHS Office: 314-935-6666
  • Student Health Services offers individual, group, and couples counseling, crisis intervention, gender identity consultations, hormone therapy, and more


Trans Lifeline

  • Website: Trans Lifeline
  • Crisis Line (24/7): 877-565-8860
  • Office: (415) 483-5361
  • Anonymous and confidential trans peer support hotline divested from police. All operators are trans or nonbinary, and there is an option to speak to someone in Spanish (click 2).

DEQH – DESI LGBTQ+ Helpline for South Asians

  • Phone number: 908-367-3374
  • Hours: Thursdays and Sundays from 7 pm to 9 pm CST
  • Free and confidential helpline for South Asian lesbian, bi, queer, trans, nonbinary, questioning individuals in the US

Kansas City Anti-Violence Project (KCAVP)

  • Hotline (24/7): 816-349-9371
  • KCAVP is the only LGBTQ-specific domestic violence or sexual assault service in Missouri. They offer free and confidential support for LGBTQIA+ survivors of violence in Missouri. They provide emergency assistance, resource referrals, and incident documentation.

Therapy for Queer People of Color

  • Website:
  • Directory to connect queer and trans people of color to affirming, anti-oppressive mental health professionals