Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, Questioning, Intersex & 2-Spirit

Bisexual Resources

for the East Bay (Contra Costa & Alameda Counties) and the San Francisco Bay Area.

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EAST BAY BISEXUAL RESOURCES

  • Rainbow Community Center   
    3024 Willow Pass Rd., Ste. 200, Concord, CA 94519
    Phone:  925/692-0090
    Website:  www.rainbowcc.org
    Email: cc@rainbowcc.org
    Young, gay & bisexual men’s groups - ages 21 -35 years: skills development, social and peer support groups.  Social and Support Groups for LGBTIQ Youth (activities & outings).
  • Bay Area Bisexual Network
    1800 Market St., Rm. 405,
    San Francisco, CA  94102
    Phone:  415/865-5627
    Website: www.babn.org
    Email:  info@babn.org
    Umbrella organization for bisexual groups, resources, and people.
  • Bi Friendly East Bay     
    Au Coquelet Cafe, 2000 University Ave.,
    Berkeley, CA 94701
    Email: sfbf@frap.org
    Social support group for bisexual people. BiFriendly meetings are unstructured social gatherings (with
    no set agenda or topics) that focus on fun, good People, conversation, food and drink, and general silliness. Please note that BiFriendly is a free form social group and not intended for those just looking for sexual partners.
    Meets 3rd Tuesday each month: 7:30 PM
    Meets 2nd Monday, Church Street Cafe, 262 Church Street, San Francisco
  • Pacific Center for Human Growth    
    2712 Telegraph Ave., Berkeley, CA 94705           
    Phone:  510/548-8283
    Website:  www.pacificcenter.org
    Email:  info@pacificcenter.org
    Express 20’s Discussion Group for Gay, Bisexual or Questioning Men in their 20’s: Express20sGroup@pacificcenter.org
  • Bisexual Women’s Support Group: BiWomensGroup@pacificcenter.org

SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA BISEXUAL RESOURCES

  • Billy DeFrank Lesbian and Gay Community Center
    408.293.2429;
    www.defrank.org
    Provides community, leadership, advocacy, support and services to the Silicon Valley LGBT community and their allies. Programs include social activities, youth leadership development, nutritious lunches for seniors, support groups, individual counseling and HIV testing.
  • The Diversity Center
    Santa Cruz, CA
    831.425.5422;
    www.diversitycenter.org
    Offers a drop-in safe space, peer groups, potlucks, job and housing referrals, business and resource information, a lending library and more.
  • KidSpace at the Center
    415.865.5555;
    www.sfcenter.org/kidspace.php
    KidSpace is the San Francisco Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Community Center’s free, high-quality drop-in childcare service. In addition to childcare on evenings and weekends, KidSpace brings fun and educational programming to the bay area’s LGBT families.
  • Positive Images
    707.568.5830;
    www.posimages.org
    Provides advocacy, support and information to gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgendered and questioning youth and young adults age 12 to 25. Its mission is to nurture a positive self image and foster clear  understanding of diversity in sexual and gender identity.
  • The San Francisco Lesbian/Gay/Bisexual/Transgender Community Center
    415.865.5555;
    www.sfcenter.org
    Home to a dynamic range of organizations and activities that support the needs of LGBT individuals of every race, gender, age, sexuality and socioeconomic status.
  • The Spectrum Center for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Concerns
    415.457.1115;
    www.spectrumlgbtcenter.org
    Strengthens, mobilizes and serves LGBT and questioning people in Marin and Sonoma counties; promotes acceptance, understanding and full inclusion.
  • TransGender San Francisco
    415.839.9448;
    www.tgsf.org
    Provides a safe setting and support services for transgender people and educational materials for the transgender community and the general public.

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