Information on DOMA and UNH Employee Benefits
Stonewall Grads is a social and activist group consisting of gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgendered, queer, questioning and allied (GLBTQ+) individuals at UNH. Through community activism and support, we strive to create a group that welcomes and empowers all people as well as educating the entire university about issues that affect GLBTQ+ students on campus. Find us on Facebook
While we are primarily a graduate student group, we welcome anyone who wants to be a part of our group.
TAG News List, internet bulletin board on the UNH server that enables interested members of the GLBT community and their allies to communicate with each other. To subscribe to this list, send a message to ListProc@lists.unh.edu with the message: Subscribe Tag.news (your email address) your name. Questions, contact Judy Spiller at 862-2165
Quench - Monthly Discussion Series at OMSA - talk about issues that matter to you while building connections and community with LGBTQ+ Ally students, staff and faculty. Share your perspectives, listen, expand your awareness, and connect. First Tuesday of every month, MUB Room 327 - OMSA, 12:30-2:00pm.
Off Campus Resources
AIDS Response-Seacoast (ARS), Non-profit, community based HIV/AIDS service organization dedicated to providing education, direct assistance and advocacy
Blithe House Quarterly, the leading journal of LGBT literary periodicals
The Consortium of Higher Education, support for colleagues, development of curriculums and policy changes to improve campus climates
GLAD NH - Gay & Lesbian Advocates & Defenders (GLAD) and TransGender New Hampshire (TG-NH) are part of a state-wide coalition working to establish anti-discrimination protections for all transgender New Hampshire residents.
Your Rights in New Hampshire (Click Here for Listing)
NH PFLAG, Parents, Families and Friends of Lesbians and Gays --promotes the health and well-being of gays, their families. Information about local group meetings
Rainbow Resources of NH, Inc. - Education and referral information to and about LGBT and Allied community.
Seacoast Outright is a support and advocacy organization that seeks to change the social climate for gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, queer and questioning youth in the NH Seacoast region. Email: info@seacoastOutright.org TEL # 603-552-5824
PO Bos 842, Portsmouth, NH 03801
Teaching Transgender - A guidebook for leading effective Training, from the National Center on Transgender Equality
TransGender New Hampshire (TG-NH) organization created to promote transgender visibility, education, social support and civil rights and the GLAD Transgender Project. "We Are New Hampshire: Transgender Lives in the Granite State", a collection of 10 stories about local transgender people and their families (click here for more info)
Trans-Support Seacoast - support group for Transgender/Gender Variant adults. Join the conversation, share resources, network, evening meetings. See attached flyer for contact information
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M. Betts Davis, Esquire: Practice includes estate planning, adoption and guardianship, and other civil areas. A practitioner member of The Collaborative Law Alliance of New Hampshire. TEL # 603-742-4835, PO Box 2173, Dover, NH 03821. firstname.lastname@example.org
Stuart Dedopoulos, Esquire: Experienced in litigation, including domestic, motor vehicle, and criminal matters. TEL # 603-868-2414, 68 Main St, Durham, NH 03824
Brant Hardy, CPA: A financial professional with expertise in accounting, interpretation of current tax laws, tax preparation, tax planning, business start-up and consulting.