PFLAG Ithaca Cortland was established in 1986 as a group affiliated with PFLAG National. PFLAG are committed to:
- Support - to cope with an adverse society;
- Education - To enlighten an ill-informed public;
- Advocacy - To end discrimination and to secure equal civil rights.
"The Crisis Pregnancy Centers of the Finger Lakes is a local, non-profit organization that helps women and couples facing unplanned pregnancies find solutions they can live with. Our goal is to treat each client with love and compassion, and to be a safe-haven of hope, comfort and assistance."
"The Women's Opportunity Center is leading low income women to the pathway out of poverty by providing them individualized career counseling, training and removing barriers to become job ready and find employment.
"The Community Foundation’s Children and Youth Field of Interest Fund was created to promote the healthy development of children and youth in ways that complement existing services."
Ithaca College hosts most of its information about sexual assault response and programs on it’s website called Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education (SHARE).
“The Center for LGBT Education, Outreach, and Services actively fosters the academic success and personal growth of LGBT students, and it offers college-wide services to enhance the campus community's understanding and appreciation of LGBT people and themes.”
IC Feminists United is an independent group devoted to social, political, and economic equality for all people.
The Tompkins County Office of Human Rights (OHR) is a department of the County charged with providing civil rights enforcement and outreach programming. They handle complaints of discrimination in housing, employment, lending, public accommodation, and education.
There are various programs developed by the Centers for Disease Control with the mission to reduce sexual assault.