Contacts if you are an LGBTI person fleeing Ukraine

If you are LGBTI who fled the war and need help, this is who you can contact

Belgium:

Rainbow House Brussels: http://rainbowhouse.be/en/about-us/

Czechia:

Email hotline: help@praguepride.com

Czech AIDS Help Society: https://www.aidsmap.com/about-hiv/hiv-treatment-and-health-care-refugees-ukraine

Estonia:

Estonian LGBT Association: info@lgbt.ee / https://www.lgbt.ee/ukraine-en

France:

Ardhis https://ardhis.org/etre-aide-par-lardhis/ (contact@ardhis.org)

Germany:

Guidance and help by cities:

Berlin: There is a LGBTIQ stand at Berlin Hauptbahnhof, that can be approached for any guidance

WostoQ-Regenbogen is supporting those arriving: wostoq.regenbogen@gmail.com

Munich: https://munichkyivqueer.org/home/

Hamburg: https://queer-refugees-support.de/.

https://www.queer-refugees.hamburg/index.php/gruppen

Across the country: 

Quarteera is a Russian-speaking LGBTIQ group: http://www.quarteera.de/. They can be reached out at help@quarteera.de with any request (housing, figuring out registration, health insurance etc.)

Queere: https://www.queere-nothilfe-ukraine.de/ and https://www.facebook.com/qnukraine

Overview over the legal situation and offers for support across Germany:

LSVD: https://www.queer-refugees.de/deutschland-beschliesst-vereinfachtes-aufnahmeverfahren-fuer-gefluechtete-aus-der-ukraine/

Schwulenberatung provides basic information for trans and intersex people in Russian: https://schwulenberatungberlin.de/angebote/queer-refugees/

Deutsche Aidshilfe, information about access to healthcare for refugees from the war, in Ukrainian, Russian and German: https://www.aidshilfe.de/ukrayina-dopomoga-bizhencyam

Peer counselling for sex workers fleeing the war

http://transsexworks.com/1303-2/

https://www.instagram.com/p/CbYPtAaMBlV/?utm_medium=copy_link

Hungary:

Budapest Pride email hotline: help@budapestpride.hu or contact via signal: +36304396083

Háttér Society: hotline@hatter.hu More info: https://en.hatter.hu/news/how-we-help-ukrainian-refugees

Italy:

Torino: To-Housing (Associazione Quore): segreteria@quore.org

MIT Bologna sportello.sarahhegazi@mit-italia.it Tele: 3892642210 e 366 424 4994

Arcigay: ufficio@arcigay.it / +390510957241

Arcigay Modena – migra@arcigay.it / 3386040057

Arcigay Trieste Gorizia: migranti@arcigaytrieste.it / 3494130688

PolanD:

https://ukraina.paradarownosci.eu/

Romania:

Accept Help line dedicated to Ukrainian refugees: +40 770 613 630 (also Whatsapp and Telegram)

help@acceptromania.ro

MozaiQ LGBT hotline: +40 764 109 385 / office@mozaiqlgbt.ro

Slovakia:

Helpline run by Košice Pride and Prizmahelp@pridekosice.sk.

More info: https://www.pridekosice.sk/pomoc-pre-lgbt-utecencov-a-utecenky-z-ukrajiny/

Slovenia:

Legebitra https://legebitra.si/en/, contact Eva Gra?anin: eva.gracanin@legebitra.si

Spain:

Castelló: Castelló LGBTI: https://castellolgtbi.es/ / +34696831307 / ucrania@castellolgtbi.es 

Zaragoza: Somos LGTB+ Aragón: https://somoslgtb.com/01somos/01contacto/  

Valencia: Lambda Valencia: https://lambdavalencia.org/ 

UK:

Micro Rainbow at info@microrainbow.org

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