The Transgender Foundation of America (TFA) is a non-profit whose mission is to advance the quality of life for transgender people. TFA also runs the Transgender Archive, an archive and museum space documenting hundreds of years of transgender history throughout the world. It is the only known Transgender History Archive that is open to the public.
The Montrose Center empowers the Houston community, primarily lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender individuals and their families, to enjoy healthier and more fulfilling lives. Want to learn a bit more about what they do? Check out this video! The Montrose Center is also home to dozens of LGBT-affirming and civic organizations.
The Montrose Neighborhood has been called "the Greenwich Village of Houston." During the 1970s and 1980s it became a hub for many members of the local LGBT community, heading to the nightclubs as a reprieve from the AIDS crises occurring at the time. If you'd like to learn a bit more, there is a 28-minute documentary going through the history of Montrose and the current changes occurring in the neighborhood. You can check out the trailer below.
Lambda NextGen Houston is a social network for young LGBT professionals to connect, network, and build strong connections in an ever-changing community.
MyGayHouston - MyGayHouston has a lot of resources of things to do in history, with a focus for the LGBT community. If you're arriving a bit early or staying a bit late for the conference, this is a great resource for exploring Houston.