Mental Health Support

For individual support, the staff of the LGBTQ+ Resource Center are here to help. We are also able to provide referrals to UA’s Counseling and Psych Services (CAPS) that cover the cost of one or more sessions (that will not show up on your Bursar’s account). Referrals have to come from staff and any of the staff in the LGBTQ+ Resource Center can help initiate this process. Please let us know if you are in need of a referral to CAPS.

Let's Talk

The flyer is light pink with different colored shapes all around. On the bottom left is a photo of Kelly smiling while outside with mountains behind them. On the top right it contains text that reads: Let's Talk; This is a free, confidential, 1-on-1 drop-in service for the LGBTQ+ campus community. Kelly, the LGBTQ+ liaison,  provides support, coaching, and conversation every week!  Every Tuesday 1:30-4pm; Zoom ID: 846 8107 0635; Zoom link:

Let's Talk

Our CAPS liaison, Kelly Kurtz, holds a virtual drop-in space every Tuesday for LGBTQ+ students. This is a great space to come for support, coaching, or conversation. This will be continuing over the summer, see details below about how to connect with Kelly.

Join the Zoom Meeting:  

Meeting ID: 889 0435 6022

For more information, contact Kelly Kurtz

Connecting with Pride  

This group meets every Tuesday 4-5pm and is facilitated by our CAPS liaison, Kelly, and our graduate assistant, Hannah. This a chance to connect with other LGBTQ+ students and talk about queer topics. 

For the most recent updates about how to join, please visit the instagram page @ualgbtq

For more information, contact Kelly Kurtz at 


Gender Spectrum Group 

This group meets every Monday 4-5pm and is facilitated by our CAPS liaison, Kelly. It is meant for trans and gender non-conforming students to connect and discuss topics related to gender.   

For the most recent updates please visit the instagram page @ualgbtq

For more information, contact Kelly Kurtz at 


Queer People of Color & Two Spirit Discussion Group

This is a peer to peer art and healing discussion group that provides a safe and comfortable environment for LGBTQ+2S students of color to connect, share experiences, and support each other. As confidentiality is an important aspect of this group, it is not open to individuals writing papers for classes or projects.

For more information, visit their instagram @qtpoc_ua or the Common Ground Alliance website



There are also many groups within the community. Please feel free to schedule a meeting with LGBTQ+ Resource Center staff to help figure out what group is best for you in the LGBTQ Resource Center.