Resources

TNLR RESOURCES

Safety Planning
Internet and Computer Safety
Restraining Orders
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To talk more about these resources, you can call our 24-hour free and confidential hotline. 617-742-4911 (voice) or 800-832-1901 (Toll-Free). For a list of other domestic violence resources, please click here.

The Network/La Red does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy and gender identity), national origin, political affiliation, sexual orientation, marital status, disability, genetic information, age, membership in an employee organization, retaliation, parental status, military service, or other non-merit factor.

Additional Resources

Online Therapy Resources for the LGBTQ+ Community (Reviewed by Caitlin Kingston, LCSW)

BOOKS

  • Same-Sex Domestic Violence: Strategies for Change
    Beth Leventhal & Sandra Lundy, Sage Publications, 1999
  • When Violence Begins at Home: A Comprehensive Guide to Understanding and Ending Domestic Violence
    K.J. Wilson, Hunter House Publishers, 1997
  • The New Bottoming Book
    Janet Hardy & Dossie Easton, Greenery Press, 2000
  • When Someone You Love is Kinky
    Dossie Easton & Catherine Liszt, Greenery Press, 2000
  • Different Loving: The World of Sexual Dominance and Submission
    Gloria G. Brame, Jon Jacobs, & Will Brame, Villard Book, 1996.

LEGAL HELP

The Fenway Legal Project
The Fenway Legal Project (offered by Fenway Health’s Violence Recovery Program and AIDS Action Committee) offers legal representation for lesbian, gay, bisexual, queer and/or transgender survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault on issues including restraining orders, divorce, housing, employment discrimination, benefits, estate planning, consumer debt, and SSI denials.

Survivors can access these services by calling the Violence Recovery Program at 617-927-6500 or by calling the Legal Intake Line for AAC at 617-450-1317, or by emailing legalservices@aac.org.

Survivors do not have to access other Fenway Health, VRP, or AIDS Action services to be eligible for legal services.

Attorneys also offer walk-in hours at AIDS Action Committee on Tuesdays from 1p-4p at their offices at 75 Amory Street, Boston, MA 02119

LOCAL

Black Lives Matter Boston
Black Lives Matter Cambridge
Matahari
Renewal House
Trans Women of Color Collective
Centro Presente
ATASK
BAGLY
Boston GLASS
Violence in Boston
Trans Lifeline: 877-565-8860

 

 

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