GLBTQ Resources for Professionals Print

Anyone who provides services to youth has an obligation to promote the health and well-being of GLBTQ young people. These youth need and deserve help to survive in the face of family rejection and school harassment, against heightened HIV, STI, suicide, and violence rates, against racial, cultural and socio-economic prejudice. More, they can and should thrive as contributing members of their communities. But, GLBTQ youth need support in order to succeed.  Read on to learn more.Creating Safe Space for GLBTQ Youth: A Toolkit —Lesson plans, tips and strategies, background information, and additional resources to help youth-serving professionals create safe space for young people of all sexual orientations and gender identities

Lesson Plans

Tools and Strategies

a youth-driven community working for change
Apoyo para Jóvenes GLBTQ
for Spanish-speaking GLBTQ youth
by and for young women of color
information on emergency birth control for South Carolina residents
by and for gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, and questioning youth
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