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AA (Alcoholics Anonymous)
Home Friends Meeting House 126 Hampton Road Redland Bristol BS6 6JE
Work Phone: 0800 9177 650 Website: AA

LGBT Alcoholic’s Anonymous event held each Monday at 7.30pm at the Friends Meeting House, Redland.

Categories: Alcohol & Drugs, Support groups
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Action for Children
Contact: Sioban Corria
Work Horner Court 637 Gloucester Road Bristol BS7 0BJ
Work Phone: 0117 958 0158 Website: http://www.actionforchildren.org.uk

A charity that provides information and support for children and offers fostering and adoption advice and guidance.

Categories: Children, Parents, School Diversity
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Addiction Recovery Agency – Bristol Roads
LGBT Social Group Contact: Gosia Dzielak
Work Phone: 0117 930 0282 Cell Phone: 07975 757 926 Website: Addiction Recovery Agency
Categories: Uncategorized
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Age of Diversity
Other c/o London Friend 86 Caledonian Road London N1 9DN

Age of Diversity is the new national voice for older Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender people, run by and for older LGBT people.  Age of Diversity’s first publication, Appropriate Treatment: older lesbian, gay and bisexual people’s experience of general practice, by Lindsay RIver, was launched at the Older LGBT Matters conference at Toynbee Hall on 9 November 2011.

Categories: Equality, Diversity and Inclusion, LGBT, Older LGBT, Social groups, Support groups, UK, Websites
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Asexual Visibility and Education Network (AVEN)
Website: Visit Website Website: Visit Website

The Asexual Visibility and Education Network (AVEN) was founded in 2001 with two distinct goals: creating public acceptance and discussion of asexuality and facilitating the growth of an asexual community. Since that time we have grown to host the world’s largest asexual community, serving as an informational resource for people who are asexual and questioning, their friends and families, academic researchers and the press. AVEN members throughout the world regularly engage in visibility projects, included but not limited to distributing informational pamphlets, leading workshops, arranging local meetups and speaking to interested press. The AVEN community centers around the web forum, which provides a safe space for asexual and questioning people and their partners, friends and families to discuss their experiences.

Categories: Asexual/Demisexual, Social groups, Support groups, Websites
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Avon Trans People
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Our aim is to bring together male-to-female transsexuals & others undergoing gender reassignment. Whatever stage you are at, from trying to decide to fully post-operative, we would like to hear from you. The gender reassignment process is a very demanding and difficult emotional experience, from struggling with the agony of belonging to the wrong sex all the way to recovering from major surgery.  We are a self help group serving Bristol and the surrounding area.

Categories: All Bristol areas, B&NES, Bath, Families, LGBT, North East Smerset, South Gloucestershire, Southwest, Support groups, Trans, Transphobia, Websites
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