LGBTQ+ Support

LGBTQWe recognize that LGBTQ+ people face specific challenges such as societal ignorance, prejudice and discrimination. These may have previously prevented you from receiving the healthcare and support you need. We want you to know that you are not alone. We are here to help.

We provide a safe and culturally-sensitive environment for LGBTQ+ individuals to receive the help you need whether you are struggling with a mental health issue, experiencing violence in your relationship, experiencing bullying, or recovering from sexual assault or trauma.

Our services include:

  • Mental health & addiction treatment for MediCal recipients of all ages
  • Support for survivors of intimate partner abuse, sexual assault or human trafficking
  • Parenting classes and support for children with behavioral challenges
  • Programs for youth and adults in the criminal justice or child welfare systems
  • Programs for adults experiencing homelessness related to mental illness


Our services are client-centered, giving you the primary decision-making role in your care. You can expect our staff to treat you with respect, sensitivity, compassion and positive regard. Your plan of care will include services and supports catered to your unique needs, strengths and goals. 

For more information, please contact us at 1.408.842.7138.

For survivors of intimate partner abuse, sexual assault or human trafficking, please call our 24-hour hotline at 877.END.SADV (1.877.363.7238) or visit our Gilroy, Morgan Hill or Hollister locations.

I don’t know where I’d be without the help of Community Solutions. It provides me with stability. It means having support and people who believe in me. [Today] I am going to school. I am respecting myself. I am appreciating myself more.

Melanie, age 19, FSP-TAY Program

I no longer feel alone. I know I have an entire community that is ready to support me if I need it in the future.

Marta, age 40, Solutions to Violence

There's a lot of good things happening here. And I'm living proof of that. Change is possible.

John, age 49, FSP Criminal Justice Services Program

My grandson and my entire family would not have made it through this trying time without you. We were so lost and you helped us through.

Gloria, age 50, FIRST 5