Resources for the LGBT Community

LGBTQ Youth Outreach Worker – Violence Recovery Program

LGBTQ Youth Outreach Worker – Violence Recovery Program

Dec 12, 2013

Fenway Health – Boston, MA LGBTQ Youth Outreach Worker – Violence Recovery Program Fenway Health’s Violence Recovery Program (VRP) provides counseling, support groups, advocacy, and referral services to lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender and queer (LGBTQ) clients who have experienced recent anti-LGBTQ bias crime, partner abuse/​domestic...

Program for Parents to Address School Bullying

Program for Parents to Address School Bullying

Oct 8, 2013

Launching a New Program for Parents and Guardians To Address Bullying and Build A Positive School Climate Contact: GroundSpark, Eileen Glaser, Education Coordinator GroundSpark and the Human Rights Campaign Foundation (HRCF) launched a new initiative today to support parents and guardians in addressing bias-related name-calling and bullying in their children’s...

Know Any Young AIDS Activists? Help Them Find Grove Scholarships!

Know Any Young AIDS Activists? Help Them Find Grove Scholarships!

Apr 21, 2013

The Grove’s 2013 Young Leaders Scholarship Program is gaining greater attention this year. UnitedHealthcare, once again the program’s major sponsor, is providing a $15,000 grant to help promote the program through an outreach campaign that includes radio public service announcements targeting college campuses around the country. This year, the...

Badge Society

Badge Society

Jan 9, 2013

To Provide a Form of Self Expression for the LGBTQ Community and Raise Awareness About the Concepts and Attitudes Toward Gender and Sexual Identity. Badge Society BadgeSociety.com was created by two people who strongly believe in raising awareness for the LGBT community and its youth. So many youth don’t know how to cope with the bullying and stress for...

Positive Youth – young HIV+ heroes!

Positive Youth – young HIV+ heroes!

Jul 20, 2012

Following four HIV+ positive youth in four different North American cities. An inspiring portrait of four fabulous young HIV+ heroes! The directorial debut of out gay actor Charlie David (Judas Kiss, Mulligans, Dante’s Cove), this uplifting film follows four HIV+ positive youth (late teens to mid 20s) in four different North American cities in cinema...