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Our therapy groups aren't listed below because they require advance registration. Use the link in the navigation to access information about our group offerings. The Caregiver Drop-In Group does not require prior registration, although an RSVP is preferred. 

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October 2023

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Saturday, October 14, 2023
10:00 am12:00 pm
Minneapolis Central Library: Doty Boardroom, 2nd Floor

From Telling Queer History:

How do we create spaces to joyfully connect and explore each other while avoiding the harms that unchecked substance use can cause?
This conversation is nuanced, contradictory and challenging- and we’re here for it! There’s a history here- drugs and alcohol have both helped us to connect and have been a source of harm.

Balance with substance use can be helpful and healing, leading to freedom on dance floors, deep conversations, and mental health improvement. Yet, folks who choose to use and those who choose sobriety can both become isolated, for different reasons. There are so many considerations, and no one right way to address these issues.

We don’t want the bars or the substances to go away, and we want there to be other options for folks. More than ever- given that queer culture is getting so commodified- we need to build deeper connections with each other. That’s why TQH gatherings are and will continue to be intergenerational connection and deep healing spaces and they will remain substance free.

Join us on October 14 as we learn from our past, shape our collective experiences, and share our visions for a connected and thriving community, with and without substances.

From QUEERSPACE collective:

Spirit Day is a free-to-attend celebration event for LGBTQ+ youth and their families. This unique event brings together creativity, art, music, and food in a space where LGBTQ+ youth can feel safe and empowered to be their true selves.


Now more than ever, it's important for the LGBTQ+ community to invest in joy. As we watch legislation work against us, with 496 proposed anti-LGBTQIA+ proposed bills nationwide, hear political pundits call for the erasure of our identities, and experience targeted hate at an all time high, we must take time out of our schedules to celebrate. Celebrate ourselves, our families, our successes, our losses, and everything that makes us ourselves.


Location: Victory Park, 4414 North Upton Avenue, Minneapolis, MN 55412

We invite you to join us for our annual fall open house to take place on Thursday, October 26 starting at 6:00 pm. We look forward to welcoming you to our offices in Saint Paul to meet our staff and board, learn about our programs and services, hear updates on our work, see our space, and look ahead with us to exciting developments in the coming months.

We will have a spoken program with guest speakers, tours of our office, and light snacks and beverages.

Transportation: RECLAIM's new office is at 2446 University Ave W Suite 104, two blocks west from the Raymond Ave station on the Green Line. We are served by bus lines 63, 67, and 87. There is free and metered street parking on nearby blocks. We don't have bike racks but there are many nearby street sign poles to lock to. Follow signage in the hall toward our suite.

Accessibility: There is no step to enter the building via the main entrance on University Avenue, and the front door is powered. We have an ADA-compliant single-occupancy all-gender restroom, but common bathrooms shared by other building tenants are multi-occupancy gendered facilities. Please refrain from wearing strong fragrances. Is there another way we can be more accessible to ensure you can fully participate? Please let us know at:

From OutFront Minnesota and Robins Kaplan LLP:

Consultations are by appointment only.

Robins Kaplan LLP is partnering with OutFront and U.S. Bank to host a free name change clinic to assist transgender individuals seeking to change their names and/or gender markers. The mission of OutFront Minnesota is to create a state where lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer people are free to be who they are, love who they love, and live without fear of violence, harassment or discrimination. In this brief legal advice clinic, volunteer attorneys will walk clients through the name change and/or gender marker change process and help them draft legal forms to start the process.

To express interest in this clinic, please click on the registration now button below and we will follow up with you.

Questions? Please contact Lindsey Hanson at or 612.349.8526.

Sponsored by Robins Kaplan LLP, OutFront Minnesota, and U.S. Bank

Saturday, October 28, 2023
8:00 am3:00 pm
Mitchell Hamline School of Law

From Rainbow Health Minnesota:

A day filled with insightful dialogues, deep learning, and focused strategies to conquer the barriers to equitable care.
Beyond Barriers, Beyond Binaries: Navigating Health and Legal Landscapes

We’re bringing together leading voices in trans, non-binary and intersex health and law for this year’s All Gender Health conference. We will delve into pressing topics that touch the lives of the trans and non-binary community.

We are thrilled to be returning to an in-person format at the Mitchell Hamline School of Law. Prepare for a day filled with insightful dialogues, deep learning, and focused strategies to conquer the barriers we face.

This year’s conference dives into the intricate tapestry of health and legal realms, with a focused theme on “Beyond Barriers, Beyond Binaries: Navigating Health and Legal Landscapes”. At the heart of our discussions and sessions is the imperative to spotlight efforts that center the experiences and needs of Queer, Trans and gender non-conforming individuals. The conference brings together a diverse community of lawyers, advocates, providers, and community members who are committed to challenging and overcoming systemic and institutionalized barriers that disproportionately impact LGBTQIA2S+ communities.