Suggesting a resource

Submitting resources helps us expand our catalog's database, which in turn helps more asylum seekers find the resources they need. We highly encourage people to submit LGBTQ-friendly resources in their area to our catalog – you may have experience with the resource through personal experience, word-of-mouth, or simply online research. All of these kinds of submissions are extremely valuable to us. 

Please note that the AsylumConnect catalog is still young and ever-evolving. If you encounter any problems entering information into the form below, please email us your resource/service at:

suggest a new resource

Thank you for your interest in contributing to the AsylumConnect resource catalog! Use the form below to suggest a new resource you think should be included in our catalog. It's ok if you do not have all of the information the form asks for - just fill in what you know, and we'll do the rest! We appreciate your submission and thank you for helping to connect LGBTQ asylum seekers with human needs services in their specific U.S. city. (*All suggested resources are subject to internal review by AsylumConnect staff before being published in our resource catalog.)

If known, what is the physical address of this resource?
Which U.S. city is this resource located in?
What service(s) does this resource provide? Please select all that apply below.
If known, which feature(s) does this resource offer? Please select all that apply below.
Enter URL.
If known.
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Which population(s) does this resource serve? (Examples: transgender people, gay men, all LGBTQ self-identified people, Hispanic people, bisexual people, everyone older than 18-years-old, etc.)
If known, does this resource provide any translation service(s)? If so, in which language(s)?
If known, what is the mailing address of this resource? (If different than the physical address listed above.)
Is there anything else about this resource you would like to share?
Optionally enter your contact information (name and email address) here to stay connected with AsylumConnect.