Top LGBT Health and Wellness Resources in Philadelphia

AccessMatters, GALAEI, and more in our updated guide to the top LGBT health and wellness resources in Philadelphia.

Group from AccessMatters.

Group from AccessMatters.


1700 Market Street, 18th Floor
AccessMatters, which works to promote sexual health resources in Philadelphia’s underserved communities, maintains an LGBT health resource center called SafeGuards.

The Attic Youth Center

255 South 16th Street
The Attic creates opportunities for LGBTQ youth to develop into healthy, independent, civic-minded adults. The Attic offers myriad wellness benefits—from meditation classes and safe-sex workshops to being a resource for finding out about other LGBT-specific health and wellness organizations in Philadelphia.

Gay and Lesbian Latino AIDS Education Initiative (GALAEI)

1207 Chestnut Street
GALAEI is unwavering in its commitment to promote queer Latin@ social justice in the Philadelphia area. It’s outreach projects include everything from promoting sexual health in the Philadelphia Latin@ community to stumping for equal rights.

Linda Creed: Rainbow Circle

P.O. Box 40607
Linda Creed’s Rainbow Circle provides breast health information for lesbians, bisexual women, and transgender persons.

Mazzoni's Center City HIV-testing hub, Washington West Project.

Mazzoni’s Center City HIV-testing hub, Washington West Project.

Mazzoni Center

21 South 12th Street
Mazzoni Center offers a variety of LGBT-focused healthcare services, such as food banks for the hungry, HIV- and STD-testing, mental and behavioral health services, and more. They’re also a great resource for condoms and lube.

Metropolitan Area Neighborhood Nutrition Alliance (MANNA)

2323 Ranstead Street
MANNA prepares and delivers delicious nourishing meals to people in the Philadelphia area battling life-threatening diseases such as HIV.

Group from Y-HEP.

Group from Y-HEP.

Therapy Center of Philadelphia (TCP)

1315 Walnut Street
This local organization provides affordable psychotherapy on a sliding fee scale to working and low-income women and transgender people in Philadelphia.


1417 Locust Street
A program of Philadelphia FIGHT, Y-HEP (Youth Health Empowerment Project) works to reduce the spread of HIV and STDs among adolescents and young adults in the Philadelphia area through outreach, education services and activities.

This is an updating list.

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