Sexuality, gender and relationships
Brook provides free and confidential sexual health advice and contraception to young people.
Mosaic Youth is a project for LGBT young people and is open to any young person in the UK. They run a very popular Summer Camp. The London Youth Centre is a place where you can meet other Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Trans people your age, make friends and socialise in friendly and supportive environment. You can also take part in numerous workshop, theatre and cinema trips. If you need that little extra help youth mentors and counselling can be arranged for you.
Quaker Lesbian & Gay Fellowship is a welcoming and supportive group for Quakers of all sexualities and those who, while not Quakers, are in general sympathy with the Quaker thought and lifestyle.
Young Stonewall is for all young people to find out about issues affecting lesbian, gay and bisexual people at home, at work and at school.
The Albert Kennedy Trust supports LGBTQ+ young people experiencing homelessness or living in hostile environments to find safe homes, employment, education or training and to celebrate their identities in order to improve their life outcomes.
Mermaids offer information, support and shared experiences for individuals with gender identity issues. They will support individual young people, with or without support from their families, whether they are out or not. They will try, where possible, to help families understand and accept their child's gender identity issue.
Gendered Intelligence No matter how you identify, Gendered Intelligence's trans youth group is open to all young trans people aged between 13 & 25 in the UK - whether you're brand new to identifying as trans, still questioning your identity, or if you consider yourself to be post-transition or as having a trans history. Gendered Intelligence strive to be fully inclusive of individuals who identify as non-binary / other, as well as male or female.
Hope Again is a website for young people by Cruse Bereavement Care, an organisation that provides advice, support and information to children, young people and adults when someone close to them dies. The site looks at the journey of berevement and has personal stories of loss from young people willing to share their experience, to help others find hope.
Shelter have housing advice for young people, whatever your reason for leaving home we've got advice to help.
Carers Trust is a website and online support service for young people aged 18 and under in the UK, who help to look after someone in their family who has an illness, disability, drug/alcohol addiction or mental health condition.
Rapecrisis is a confidential helpline service for women and girls who have experienced any form of sexual violence at any time in their lives, as well as information or support to find your nearest rape crisis centre.
The Hide Out aims to help you to understand domestic abuse, and how to take positive action if it's happening to you. If you're worried about someone knowing you have visited the Hide Out:
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The Hide Out site provides additional information on how to cover your tracks Please note that the cover your tracks information is contained on Hide Out website, and any visit to this page will be stored on your computer as a temporary internet file or cookie.
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