Resources for youth
- Youth Resource Guide – excellent guide developed by PFLAG Greensboro
- YOUTHSAFE – Greensboro-based organization providing LGBTQ youth ages 14-18 the opportunity to find community, share resource and build skills for responding creatively to the world around them. They welcome Alamance County youth.
- QORDS – Six day overnight summer music camp for LGBTQ youth, ages 12-17
- ASPYRE Youth Leadership Camp for middle and HS LGBT students)
- Queerlab: I Don’t Do Boxes: youth-led media program exploring LGBT experiences in the Southeast and beyond.
- The Trevor Project – national organization providing crisis intervention and suicide prevention services to LGBTQ young people ages 13-24.
- It Gets Better Project – mission is to uplift, empower, and connect LGBT youth around the world, to communicate that it gets better, and to create and inspire changes needed to make it better for them.
- LGBT National Youth Talkline – provides confidential telephone, online private one-to-one chat and email peer-support, as well as factual information and local resources for cities and towns across the United States. 800246-7743, M-F,4pm-midnight and Sat, 12pm-5pm.
- Growing up LGBT in America – report on survey of LGBT-identified youth ages 13-17; from Human Rights Campaign
- National Runaway Safeline – 24/7 runaway crisis line – 800-786-2929
- Triad Pride Men’s Chorus
- Triad Pride Women’s Chorus
- Tree of Life Counseling – LGBT affirmative support, 336-288-9190
- Southeastern Transgender & Ally Initiative Support – mission is to support transgender people in transition
- North Star LGBTQ Community Center – in Winston Salem and offers educational, social, and collaborative efforts for the Piedmont/Triad area
- Alamance Cares – HIV/Aids education and testing: 336-538-8111
- Triad Health Project – HIV/AIDS service, support, and education: 336-275-1654
- Equality North Carolina – dedicated to securing equal rights and justice for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ) North Carolinians.
- Trans Lifeline: Crisis Intervention staffed by transgender people – 877 565-8860
- Office on Sexual Orientation and Gender Diversity of the American Psychological Association – helpful resources
- Understanding the Health Needs of LGBT People – report by the National LGBT Health Education Center
- LGBTQ+ and Addiction: Causes, Resources & Treatment
- LGBTQ and Alcoholism
- Faith in Equality
- Cerebral Palsy and LBGT
- Guilford Green Foundation – funding initiatives and resources for LGBTQ community, including Alamance County
- LGBTQIA+ Friendly Drug & Mental Rehab Facilities