Community Resources

Please review the categories to the left as a collection of resources found outside The Claremont College community. Resources relating to multiple marginalized identities, LGBTQIA+ health, and a few miscellaneous sources are available:

LGBTQIA+ Health Resources

How to choose an LGBTQ Friendly Doctor

Dignity Health’s website gives tips on how to fine LGTBQ friendly care providers as well as links to find more specific resources.

Gay and Lesbian Medical Association

GLMA’S website provides tools for finding physicians and mental health providers who do work with the LGBTQ community. Their GLMA Provider Directory can narrow down providers by zip code, city, state, or country.

Planned Parenthood – Glendora Health Center

Planned Parenthood – Glendora Health Center offers services aimed at supporting the LGBTQIA+ community such as Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT), HIV testing, STD testing, treatment, vaccines, and many other healthcare related services. The Glendora Planned Parenthood is located approximately 11 miles from campus. This would be about a 20 minute car ride or a 50 minute trip using Foothill Transit. For those using Foothill Transit, the closest bus stop to The Claremont Colleges is located on Indian Hill Blvd and Bonita Ave N. The bus stop to exit at closest to Planned Parenthood – Glendora Health Center would be located on Route 66 and Glendora Ave W.

Location:

130 W Route 66

Glendora, CA 91740

Phone Number:

(626)798-0706

Hours:

Monday and Tuesday: 10:00am to 6:00pm

Wednesday and Thursday: 9:00am to 5:00pm

Friday: 8:30am to 4:30pm

Saturday: 8:00am to 4:00pm

OutCare

OurCare provides another search tool for those in the LBGTQ+ community looking for a doctor or health care provider who is competent in the needs of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer population.

Condom Finder

Get free condoms!

HIV and STD Testing

Find locations that do HIV and STI Testing.

PrEP Locator

Find a healthcare provider that prescribes PrEP.

HIV Education Made for Everyone

“Help Stop the Virus” is an HIV education website that is easy to understand and easy to access. Clear information and videos are available showing how to prevent the spread of HIV starting with yourself and surrounding communities.

CDC – Act Against Aids

The Center for Disease Control and Prevention in collaboration with Act Against Aids provide information on PrEP from where to locate it to brochures to videos explaining its usage and benefits.

Miscellaneous

The Importance of Social Equity in Public Administration

Responding to Sexual Violence in the LGBT Community