M2M consists of two separate, weekly groups for LGBTQ+ students of color. The groups seek to build community and disrupt the cultural stigmas associated with the intersections of race, gender, orientation, and personal well-being.
Pride Posse is a weekly group therapy session for LGBTQ and questioning middle and high school students. Individual counselling sessions are additionally provided based on need.
TYME is a monthly empowerment group for gender-expansive middle and high school students. Meetings are held the third Tuesday of the month, January through November from 7:00-8:30pm.
Students of Stonewall is a youth leadership, activism, and civic engagement team comprised of high school students and college mentors who identify within or as allies to the LGBTQ+ community. The team meets weekly to name and address key issues that impact LGBTQ+ young people in Nashville and nationally. Application-based with stipend.
Just Us is a weekly drop-in program for LGBTQ+ high school students across middle TN. Each week students spend time checking in with one another about their lives and then engage in various activities surrounding positive youth development, social justice, community building, and art to name a few.
We offer Drop in times on Mondays from 3-6 for LGBTQ+ teens and their allies (13-18). We also have specific programming for trans and non-binary teens on Tuesday nights from 5:30-7:00. The third Saturday of the month we run a playgroup for 5-11 year olds who identify as trans or non-binary and a simultaneous support […]
Come hang out every Friday at the First Christian Church in Watsonville from 3:30-6:00pm for queer LGBTQ+ meet-ups, ages 12-18. Open to allies. Snacks provided!
Come hang out every Saturday at The Diversity Center in Santa Cruz from 1:00-3:30pm for our LGBTQ+ queer meet-ups for youth ages 12-18. Open to allies. Snacks provided!
PFLAG has chapters nationwide and is the nation’s largest family and ally organization. PFLAG’s mission is to meet people where they are and collaborate with others to support families, allies, and people who are LGBTQ. PFLAG’s monthly meetings provide support and information for those whose loved ones are exploring personal issues pertaining to their sexual […]
This group welcomes any member of the transgender community regardless of labels or self-identification. The meetings are private, free, and open with topics varying each meeting dependent upon need. Garnering acceptance by loved ones may be a significant challenge; this is a group that values free expression.