We offer counseling services that are tailored to benefit LGBTQ+ youth in strengthening their relationships and family bonds by providing an open and supportive environment to explore the dynamics that challenge healthy relationships for the LGBTQ+ person and their loved ones.
Our integrated mental health and substance abuse program is for LGBTQ+ youth ages 13–24. This approach is comprehensive, meeting an individual’s needs through a combination of mental health and substance abuse assessments, individual and group counseling, peer-based support, emergency mental health assistance and referrals to community providers for longer term care.
Case managers build lasting relationships with youth and young adults. They assess needs, identify options, work with the youth and family to develop a plan of action, and provide encouragement, support and advocacy along the way. The goal for each case manager is to mentor the youth and build a relationship of trust while meeting tangible needs. A case manager’s role is part advisor, part social worker and part life coach.
Case management is available as part of drop-in services and scheduled appointments.