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East London Out Project (ELOP)

An LGBT+ charity offering support services to the LGBT+ community.

Last updated: 11 May 2023

Next review: 19 October 2023


56-60 Grove Road



E17 9BN

East London Out Project is an innovative LGBTQ+ mental health charity based in East London. ELOP was established around 1995 with the aim of promoting the mental health, wellbeing, empowerment, and equality of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and trans (LGBT) communities.  

ELOP operates a holistic approach. They believe that one area of health and wellbeing, whether mental, psychological, emotional, physical, social, or even community, can not really be fully achieved or kept without the opportunity for all the concerns of our ‘whole self’ to be addressed.  

ELOP is able to refer using one service to another for additional support, information, or advice as appropriate. ELOP also delivers second tier work which includes providing information, training, consultancy, and support to statutory and voluntary sector policy makers, managers, service providers, and their staff teams.

Referral required and eligibility

No referral is required for most services, send them an email.

This service is suitable for

LGBTQ+ people