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Joining the Club

Rainbow Heights Club is a psychosocial support and advocacy program that serves lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender individu­als living with mental illness. We are committed to providing social­ization, support, peer advocacy, and a safe place for individuals to take the next step on the road to emo tional recovery and mental wellness. 


We offer; support groups, computer access and classes, career, benefits, and entitlements counseling, double trouble services, HIV coun­seling as well as structured social groups, field trips and recreational activities. All of Rainbow Heights Club's ser­vices are free and confidential and there are no attendance requirements.

 

For more information about joining our program, please contact Randy Killings at randykillings@rainbowheights.org or call 718-852-2584 ext 101.

MEMBERSHIP CRITERIA

  • Are you an LGBTQ adult (over 18) living in one of the five boroughs of New York City?

  • Are you living with a mental health diagnosis?

  • Are you currently seeing a therapist or psychiatrist?

For questions, or to schedule a tour or make a referral, please contact Randy Killings,

Director of Peer Services

randykillings@rainbowheights.org

347-766-7851

REFERRAL PROCESS

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To get started, please ask your therapist or psychiatrist to fax us a copy of your most recent psychosocial assessment and/or psychiatric evaluation. Fax to 718.285.8610 / Attention Rainbow Heights Club. 

 


Then we'll contact you to set up a time to tour the club, speak with our Director of Member Services, Randy Killings, and answer any questions about our activities and services. 
 

 


We'll follow up this meeting with a formal intake appointment. Once completed, you will be a full-fledged member of Rainbow Heights Club. 

If you are not comfortable telling your therapist or psychiatrist that you are LGBTQ, or if you do not have a therapist or psychiatrist, contact us! We can help you find an affirming provider.

Interested in CORE services?

We have schedule availability for new CORE participants! Click here to learn more about Community-Oriented Recovery Empowerment (CORE) and to find out if you or your client is eligible for this one-on-one support.

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