City Comptroller Scott Stringer has released an updated guide and accompanying website on LGBTQ services available in New York City.

“Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender & Queer Guide of Services and Resources” includes information on some 600 programs that specifically serve the LGBTQ community in New York City. 

The guide includes a borough by borough breakdown of services, and significant updates to the 2015 guide include listings of hospitals that have specific services for LGBTQ individuals and families, according to the comptroller’s office. 

“New York City, home of the gay rights movement and one of the most LGBTQ-friendly communities in the world, deserves a guide that can connect people to the services they need,” Stringer said in a statement. “Our LGBTQ Guide helps residents and visitors alike better understand what resources are available, from hundreds of community organizations and health care facilities to counseling and support groups, recreational clubs, and much more. I am honored to provide this important information to all New Yorkers.”