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Alternatives to Domestic Aggression, ADA, (Catholic Social Services)

Intensive educational program for men that seeks to stop domestic violence. Population-specific programs include NoMÁS, for Spanish-speaking males, and RENEW, for women. Sliding scale fees. csswashtenaw.org/ada U

4925 Packard [map]
(734) 971-9781, ext. 430


Gay Lesbian Straight Education Network Liaison, Ann Arbor-Ypsilanti Area (GLSEN)

Combats harassment and discrimination against K-12 students and school personnel in Washtenaw County; fosters positive learning environments. Teacher-training programs to address bullying, sexual identity, gender identity, gender-expression, and sexual-orientation concerns. glsen.org/chapters/southeastmichigan, ayetfm@umich.edu V


(734) 913-4541


Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender National Help Center

Free and confidential peer counseling, information, and resources. Youth LGBT Talkline: (800) 246-7743 and National LGBT Senior Hotline: (888) 234-7243. All lines open Mon.-Fri. 4 p.m.-midnight, Sat. noon-5 p.m. Online peer support chat and trans teen online talk group. help@lgbthotline.org, lgbthotline.org/


(888) 843-4564


Ozone House

Support services for LBGTQ youth ages 13-20, including individual and family counseling, shelter, and housing. PrideZone social and support group meets weekly in Ypsilanti. pridezone@ozonehouse.org, ozonehouse.org

1705 Washtenaw [map]
Crisis phone/text line 24 hours: (734) 662-2222 Office: (734) 662-2265. Or chat with a crisis counselor on website.


Sexual Assault Prevention and Awareness Center (U-M)

Moving back to Michigan Union Jan. 2020. Promotes healthy relationships, teaches non-violence and equality, supports survivor healing, and fosters a respectful and safe environment for all members of the University of Michigan community. SAPAC provides educational and supportive services related to sexual assault, intimate partner violence, sexual harassment, and stalking. All racial, ethnic, religious, class backgrounds, sexual orientations, and gender and social identities welcome. sapac@umich.edu, sapac.umich.edu

541 Thompson, Cambridge House [map]
Crisis line (24 hours.): (734) 936-3333; Business line (Mon.-Fri. 9-5 p.m.): (734) 764-7771


Spectrum Center

Free resources in regard to gender and sexual orientation for the U-M campus and surrounding community. Sponsors events and educational programs. Provides advocacy, support, and referral services. Open to all. spectrumcenter@umich.edu, spectrumcenter.umich.edu V

1443 Washtenaw, 3rd Floor [map]
(734) 763-4186




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