Category Archives: Support Groups

Youth Support

 
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Provider Type:Mental & Behavioral Health, Support Groups
Youth Support
Eileen Donellan
Phone:203-977-5511
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Stamford, CT &nbsp United States

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Patient Notes:

Youth Support is a group for LBGTQ teens run at the SHS Health Center (1st Floor). The group discusses issues related to peer relationships, family pressure, trust, decision making, culture confusion, adolescent sexual identity, fear and hiding — just to name a few! — and also attempts to provide accurate information for persons with questions. The group meets Friday afternoons from 2:45 – 3:45 PM.

“Your Turf” GLBT youth group

 
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Provider Type:Mental & Behavioral Health, Support Groups
“Your Turf” GLBT youth group

Phone:860-278-4163
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1841 Broad St   
Hartford, CT &nbsp United States

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Queer & Active
A group of young people, 24 and under, ensuring that youth voices are heard in the dialogue that effects their lives. Q&A exists to build bridges among youth in the community, high schools, colleges and universites.

The Imperial Court of Connecticut

 
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Provider Type:Mental & Behavioral Health, Support Groups
The Imperial Court of Connecticut
c/o Project 100, Inc.
Phone:860-724-5542
Fax:

http://impcourt.org/
1841 Broad Street   
Hartford, CT 06114 &nbsp United States

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A recognized member of the International Court System The Imperial Sovereign Court of All Connecticut, Inc. (ISCC), has formed a social union to secure equality, liberty and justice to promote the welfare, morale & pride of the community at large.

NHGLCC: New Haven Gay & Lesbian Community Center

 
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Provider Type:Mental & Behavioral Health, Support Groups
NHGLCC: New Haven Gay & Lesbian Community Center

Phone:203-387-2252
Fax: 203-387-2252

50 Fitch Street   
New Haven, CT 06515 &nbsp United States

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Patient Notes:

The NHGLCC is a safe and viable place where gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender people can meet for professional, social services and peer support. The community center seeks to educate the community about issues of concern to gays, lesbians, bisexual and transgender people.

Drop In Hours: Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday 6:00pm – 8:00pm.

Project 100/Hartford Community Center

 
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Provider Type:Mental & Behavioral Health, Support Groups
Project 100/Hartford Community Center

Phone:860-649-7378
Fax:

http://www.hartnet.org/~glbtcntr/
PO Box 1855   
Manchester, CT 06040 &nbsp United States

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OUR PROGRAMS:
Children From the Shadows focuses on the needs of LGBT youth through a comprehensive annual conference, youth leadership training, on-going support for school and community based gay/straight alliances, and diversity and support groups.
Kinnections provides support, resources, services and activities for LGBT parents and their children, as well as LGBT couples considering parenting.