EXPLORE INLAND EMPIRE RESOURCES
Use our community resource guide to connect to community organizations, health services, local businesses, spiritual communities and campus resource centers.
Inland Counties Stonewall Democrats, formerly known as the Inland Empire Lesbian & Gay Democratic Club, is a political organization for the LGBT community in the Inland Empire. It is a chapter of the National Stonewall Democrats.909-556-6818
PO Box 9642
Redlands, CA 92375
The Riverside Chapter of Parents, Families, & Friends of Lesbians and Gays meets every second Sunday at 6:30 p.m. at St. George's Episcopal Church (950 Spruce St., at the corner of Watkins Drive in Riverside). Meetings take place in the Colman House directly behind the church. Please call to verify meeting times around holidays.
The Temecula Valley Chapter of Parents, Families & Friends of Lesbians and Gays hosts many special events and offers multiple support groups. Specific support group information and meeting times can found by visiting their facebook page.
This is an Inland Empire organization for LGBT and questioning youth (ages 13-20), as well as for their families and email@example.com
985 Kendall Drive
Suite A, Box 312
San Bernardino, CA
Riverside Pride Youth Alliance Website
Meeting location is currently in transition.
This organization counsels bullied students and their families when school districts do not follow laws providing support for LGBT students. It also works alongside GSAs and other school groups to assist administration in making the school environment one that celebrates diversity.
It works primarily within the three major public school districts in the Coachella Valley: Palm Springs, Desert Sands and Coachella Unified. However, Beaumont, Banning, and the high desert area are often included in their service range, and if their support were needed elsewhere, the organization would certainly firstname.lastname@example.org
PO Box 254
Palm Springs, CA 92263
TruEvolution is a nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting life skills, leadership development, and community engagement in today's youth. Their goal is to create leaders who will aid in the fight to combat global issues and become active participants in generating change.
4164 Brockton Avenue, Ste A
Riverside, CA 92501
This coalition seeks to be a liaison between law enforcement, human relations commissions, community service groups, school, religious organizations, and the community dedicated to eradicating hate, promoting diversity, and achieving tolerance among all community members.
Bienestar is a nonprofit social service organization dedicated to positively impacting the health and wellbeing of Latino and other underserved communities in Southern California. It works to empower those who identify as LGBT, encouraging them to improve their physical and mental health.
(San Bernardino County and Pomona): 909-397-7660
Use this UCR website to connect to local HIV/AIDS health resources including testing centers.
This nightclub and restaurant recently opened in Pomona.
With its warm atmosphere and hot coffee, Back to the Grind is an ideal community gathering place for study sessions, poetry readings and live music.
This is a popular nightclub in Riverside.
This is a popular nightclub and restaurant in Riverside.
Pastor: Rev. Jonathan Edwards
Senior Pastor: Rev. Linda McQuown
Commission Chairperson: Fr. David Fitzgerald
Dr. Chris Nettles
Rev. Jane Quandt
Redlands United Church of Christ
Rev. Dr. Sharon R. Graff
168 Bellevue Avenue
Redlands, CA 92373
Redlands United Church of Christ Website
Rev. Renee J. Painter (trans-identified)
Rev. Petra Malleis
Father Paul Price
Rabbi Suzanne Singer
Rev. Matthew Crary
Rev. Elder Benita Ramsey
University Pride Centers
The Pride Centerat Cal Poly Pomona provides education, advocacy, support and a safe space for the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex, queer, questioning and ally community at Cal Poly Pomona. The Pride Center serves the campus community through promoting empowerment and social justice on topics of sexual orientation and gender identity.
The Queer Resource Center of the Claremont Colleges serves the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, questioning, asexual, omnisexual, pansexual and allies community at all seven of the Claremont Colleges.
Queer Resource Center
395 E. 6th Street
Claremont, CA 91711
Queer Resource Center of the Claremont Colleges Website
The CSUSB Pride Center provides a social justice platform for the rights of LGBTQQIA and faculty and functions as a safe, comfortable, open academic environment for all persons at CSUSB. It also serves the greater campus community through education, advocacy and social justice.
The University of Redlands Pride Center provides a safe space for people who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer or allies and for those who want to have a resource on campus for exploring such topics. Through regular programming, discussions and community events, it strives to create more awareness of the LGBTQ community on campus and empower heterosexual individuals to be better allies.