Resources for Men and Women with Unwanted Homosexuality


Want to leave homosexuality? Want to help a friend or family member who is gay-identified? Need information for your church? Here are helpful resources.


And resources for their families, friends, churches and pastors.

Focus on the Family is committed to holding to biblical truth about God’s design for human sexuality – a husband and wife in a marriage relationship. We also hold to the truth that a relationship with God through Jesus Christ brings transformation and power over sin. We reach out with compassion and respect to individuals, families and churches affected by homosexuality. With that in mind, the following resources may be helpful as a starting point for those looking for help with unwanted homosexuality.

Courage – A Roman Catholic Apostolate:
Phone: (203) 803-1564

Desert Stream Ministries
Phone: 866.359.0500 (toll free)
Phone: 816.767.1730
Fax: 816.767.7221
[email protected]

Exodus Global Alliance (Resources outside the U.S.)
Phone: 01-416-283-9797

Focus on the Family
Phone: 1-800-A-FAMILY (232-6459)
Focus on the Family Counseling Line: 1-855-771-HELP (4357)
Counseling Services and Referrals
[email protected]

Genesis Counseling
Phone: 714-508-6953

Harvest USA
Phone: 215-482-0111

Mastering Life Ministries

National Association for Research and Therapy of Homosexuality (NARTH)
Phone: 1-888-364-4744 (toll-free)
[email protected]

The Portland Fellowship
Online mentoring and teaching program for those 25 and under:


Restored Hope Network
HOPE Annual Conference
[email protected]
Phone: 503-927-0869

Southern Baptist Church – Gender Issues
Phone: 817-424-9121
Fax: 817-421-3663

Where Grace Abounds
Phone: 303-863-7757

NOTE: These websites often deal with sensitive and difficult issues and may contain content for mature readers. Referral to websites not produced by Focus on the Family is for informational purposes only and does not necessarily constitute an endorsement of the sites’ content.

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