We help LGBTQ asylum seekers find safe resources in the U.S.



Every year, thousands of LGBTQ

immigrants and asylum seekers

come to the U.S. fleeing persecution

in their home countries based on

their sexual orientation or gender

identity. Yet upon arrival in the U.S.,

many LGBTQ asylum seekers don’t

know where it is safe to go for help.



The AsylumConnect resource catalog fills this

information gap. Our catalog helps LGBTQ

asylum seekers find LGBTQ- and asylum-

friendly resources near them. LGBTQ asylum

seekers can use our free, online resource

catalog to meet their needs in key areas,

including: housing, legal, food, medical, 

mental health, social support, employment, 

and education.




"Thank you so much. I was trying to gather information such as yours, but this is the most comprehensive I have ever read.”

- LGBTQ asylum seeker from Jamaica

“Global events are forcing more asylum seekers to feel unbearable conditions in their home countries to come to the U.S...Thank you for the efforts and support.”

- LGBTQ asylum seeker on the West Coast

LGBTQ asylum seekers have also called our resource catalog:

“Highly recommended,” “easy to use,” and noted they eagerly await expansion to other “local [organizations] and regions.”