This guide covers resources and services available both on campus, in the Dubuque area, and nation-wide related to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgendered, queer or questioning, intersex, and asexual communities.
The University of California, Davis LGBTQIA Resource Center provides a list of key LGBTQIA terms as well as general social justice terms. In addition, check out Counseling & Life Services' Moodle page on information to support LGBTQ community members (accessible only to students, faculty, and staff with ID and password).
Campus Security: 563.589.3333
Smeltzer-Kelly Student Health Center: 1994 Grace Street, walk-in or schedule an appointment, 563.589.3360
HOURS OF OPERATION (ACADEMIC YEAR):
After Hours, Weekends or Holidays: Please contact UD's Safety and Security Office 563.589.3333 and request to be connected to a member of Smeltzer-Kelly Student Health Center, this will be conducted in a confidential manner.
LGBTQIA Helpline: 866.488.7386 (Available 24/7, free and confidential)
Online chat and texting options also available. Standard text messaging rates apply.
Iowa Sexual Assault Victim Services: 1.800.284.7821 (Available 24/7, free and confidential)
Riverview Center: 888.557.0310
Dubuque Crisis Line: 1-855-581-8111
Toll Free hotline 24 hours/7 Days Per Week, this crisis line is provided by the Hillcrest Family Crisis Team, all calls are confidential.
The Human Rights Campaign has compiled a brochure with various resources for coming out.
The Human Rights Campaign has designed a coming out guide for those whose gender identity does not match with that assigned to them at birth.
The Human Rights Campaign has designed a brochure for LGBTQ Catholics who aim to lead their faith communities in a welcoming direction, and LGBTQ Catholics who are navigating life within Catholic communities.
Advocates for Youth provides guides in Arabic, Chinese, English, French, Spanish, and Vietnamese on transgender issues.