Resources and Referrals

To make a referral for counseling or to file a complaint of discrimination, please use the following list.

Office 

Name 

Phone 

Campus Safety Charlie Morris 2222
Dean of Students  Fred Alford  2157
Ann Reuman  2154
Chris Card  2158
Counseling Center Randy Lee  2413
Jaimie Burns  2415
Queer Resource Center Crystal Nieves  6273
 Women &Gender Resource Action Center Laura Lockwood  2408
​Lauren Donais ​4131
Chaplain(s) ​Allison Read ​2012
​Marwa Aly ​2016
​Fr. Michael Dolan ​(860) 761-7456
     

SAFE ZONE RESOURCES ON-CAMPUS            

 

COMMUNITY RESOURCES

  • Hartford Community Center: 
    A community center for the gay/lesbian/bisexual/transgender/questioning Greater Hartford community.
    1841 Broad Street, 2 blocks from Trinity, 724-5542

  • Hartford Gay/Lesbian Health Collective: 
    health services, HIV counseling, STD clinic;
    1841 Broad Street, (860) 278-4163

  • Conn-Bi-Nation:  meets 2nd & 4th Sundays, 7pm, 1841 Broad St., 724-5542
    www.project100.org;

  • Lesbian/Bi Women’s Support Group: 1841 Broad St., 278-4163,
    www.hglhc.org

  • Rainbow Room: drop-in center for LGBTQ  & allied youth, 1841 Broad;
    www.rainbowroomct.org; 278-4163 x17

  • Transgender Support Group:
    HGLHC. 1841 Broad St. 6:30 pm  
    Email: lizv@hglhc.org   Phone:  (860) 278-4163  ext: 21 

  • Mpowerment CT: Gay and Bi men's community building
    Contact: Troy Ray (860) 278-4163 ext: 29

  • True Colors Inc. : Sexual minority youth services.
    Contact: (860) 232-0050
    www.ourtruecolors.org

  • Lesbian Rap in Hartford, YWCA, 135 Broad St., 956-4426

BARS/DANCE SPOTS OFF-CAMPUS

  • Chez Est: men & women; dancing; restaurant: 458 Wethersfield Ave., 523-3243

  • Polo Club: men & women; dancing; drag shows: 678 Maple Ave., 278-3333

  • Thrust (Sundays only): men & women; dancing: 50 Union Place (downtown)

  • Tisane's Tea and Coffee House: Tuesday nights (all men); Sunday nights (all women); bar/coffee house/restaurant/live music sometimes: 537 Farmington Avenue, Hartford; 523-5417.

  • Check out the weekly Hartford Advocate (available in Mather lobby) for more listings; or Metroline

SOCIAL GROUP - OFF-CAMPUS 

The Hartford Gay and Lesbian Health Collective presents Living Soulfully, a group for gay and bisexual men who wish to live more mindful and spiritual lives, and to become more loving and compassionate both individually and as part of the community. For more information contact Bill Loehr at LivingSoulfullyCT@yahoo.com