Receive referrals and guidance and find community as you navigate services available in your community.

Frida’s Boutique

Free, quality clothing that you and your family will love.

LGBTQ+ Support

A safe place for young people to meet others with similar experiences.


Classes, workshops, and seminars designed to empower YOU. Be sure to check the public calendar for upcoming events.

Sexual and Reproductive Health Education

Childbirth prep, infant feeding classes, and much more!


Events to engage community members and leaders in critical conversations to move the needle of progress forward.

Menstrual Justice

We believe that menstrual hygiene is a human right.

Affirming Health Care Plan

Improved access to quality health and mental health care


Ways to Donate

Solace Health and Wellness runs on the love and support of the community, but we all know that landlords and utility companies don’t accept that type of currency. If you really love and believe in what we’re doing, your support can help make a big impact.

If you represent a business that would like to partner with us and give fiscal support, please contact us.

Clothing Donations

Whether it is spring cleaning time, or the kids just went ahead and outgrew everything they had, Frida’s Boutique takes donations at any time. Our only requirements are that the clothing not have stains or holes and that they are in good condition.

Financial Contributions

Support Solace’s Mission

Three ways to donate:

1. Text SOLACEHEALTH to 44-321

2. Scan the QR code
3. Make an online donation

Support Solace’s Advocacy

Menstrual Justice

Our menstrual justice program gathers donations of period products and distributes them for free around the community. This program also aims to equip young people with knowledge surrounding menstruation, and is a great way for them to get involved in social change at a young age as oftentimes our donations come from drives started by young people in the community.

Affirming Health Care Plan

In 2022, Solace was fortunate to be able to collaborate with a local, grassroots coalition of members of the LGBTQ+ community and allies called NW Ohio LGBTQ+ Coalition. Together with the coalition and Equality Toledo, we presented a plan to Toledo City Council that we believe will help improve access to quality health and mental health care for LGBTQ+ citizens in Toledo.

There is no such thing as a single-issue struggle, because we do not live single-issue lives.

Audre Lorde