find organizations of adults and/or adult/youth partnerships whose missions are not to directly support youth, but rather to effect change in the schools, through policy advocacy, training and education.The ASSC is comprised of organizations and individuals committed to ensuring for all Alabama public and private school students a safe learning environment free of discrimination, harassment, and bullying.Email:: a support and advocacy group for high-school and college-aged gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgendered, questioning, and straight-allied youth.Come and make friends with other like-minded youth and help to build a supportive community!Meetings every FIRST and THIRD THURSDAY of the month, pm at GLBTQ Youth Peer Support Group Open to 18 and under gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, and questioning youth and their supportive friends - approved program volunteers, and special guests invited by GLBTAYS Each Monday - pm - pm Location: 3015 Sparkman Drive Northwest; Huntsville, AL 35810-3713 (We use the building of Spirit of the Cross church.) For: gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgendered, and questioning youth and their supportive friends.Purpose: To share experiences, build healthy relationships, and learn about the GLBT community.For more information contact James Robinson 256-425-7804 Identity, Inc.envisions a world where all people are free to express and be proud of their sexual and gender identities. Box 33367 Phoenix, AZ 85067-3367; Phone: 602-264-KIDS (5437); email: general inquiries: 1n10's VOIT & Horizons programs offer programs which meet every Thursday night from 7-pm for two target age groups.
IMRU2 is a free, confidential, voluntary, drop-in youth group for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and questioning (LGBTQ) youth ages 13-18. They work to create a safe space for glbtq youth ages 14-22, to develop positive self-acceptance through life enhancing programs and character developing experiences. The Eon "Lounge" drop-in center, located in downtown Tucson, is a safe hangout space for youth 23 and under.The center includes a mini-library, computer stations, video games, and art, and it presents programs of interest to LGBTQQ youth. Before joining in program activities, youth must complete a 45-minute Eon orientation.New youth orientations are held on Wednesdays at pm and on Saturdays at 2pm.Our drop-in hours are: Sunday /Monday - closed; Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday - 3-8pm; Friday - 3-10pm; Saturday - 2-10pm.
"Paint your Gender Outside the Lines" is a support group for transgender youth age 23 and under.
This group is not currently meeting; however, trans and questioning youth 13-23 are welcome at Eon and will find peer support as well as friendly, knowledgeable staff.