We face unique challenges as trans* individuals when we are not able-bodied or have a mental disability. Getting access to critical services and programs can be a challenge, as well as connecting with other queer and disabled folks. The disability support organizations and groups on this page either work exclusively for the transgender and gender non-conforming community, or they have expertise or experience working with LGBT and other minority groups.
Disability.govA federal website that that provides an interactive network of disability-related programs, services, laws and benefits. Lists resources in areas such as civil rights, education, housing, transportation or health. Search by topic area, state or both.
Queer and Disabled: Closed Community DiscussionA restricted listserv community for the discussion of queer and disability issues. This is not a personal support group; the group aims to develop new ideas, challenge existing norms, and provide much needed information to the queer disabled community.
QueerabilityQueerability is a disability rights advocacy organization run by and for LGBTQ people with disabilities. It works to ensure that the voices of LGBTQ people with disabilities are heard.
Bent VoicesAn online magazine ran by gay disabled men. They stopped writing in 2007, but all of their issues are online.
Blind LGBT Pride InternationalThe mission of Blind LGBT Pride International is to offer advocacy, education, programs, alliances,and support for persons who are either blind or vision impaired and who are gay, lesbian, bisexual or transgender.
Passing TwicePassing Twice is an informal network of gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender stutterers and their friends. Passing Twice meets every year at the National Stuttering Association (NSA) convention and also holds workshops at other stuttering conferences around the world.
Sins InvalidSins Invalid is a performance project that incubates and celebrates artists with disabilities, centralizing artists of color and queer and gender-variant artists as communities who have been historically marginalized.
Disabled Women on the WebThis site includes resources on lesbians/queer women and women of color with disabilities.