Our Website is full of resources! Check out the tabs on the left and the many links below!
National LGBT Websites:
www.GLSEN.org - Gay, Lesbian, and Straight Education NetworkSupport Gay Rights
www.familyequality.org - Family Equality Council
www.colage.org - national organization for support of children of LGBT parents
www.HRC.org - Human Rights Campaign
www.imaTYFA.org - Indiana, Trans Youth Family Allies
www.cwla.org/improving-practice-with-lgbt-youth-and-families/ - Child Welfare League of America: LGBTQ Youth Issues and Information for Professionals
www.lambdalegal.org/states-regions/indiana.html - Lambda Legal Indiana
www.lambdalegal.org/sites/default/files/gdtb_2013_complete.pdf - Tools to support LGBTQ Youth in Care. Download your toolkit from here.
www.NCLrights.org - National Center For Lesbian Rights
www.NYACyouth.org - National Youth Advocacy Coalition
www.PFLAG.org - Parents, Family, and Friends of Lesbians and Gays
www.SafeSchoolsCoalition.org - A national project to add policies in schools to protect LGBTQ students
www.Trevorspace.org - a safe internet chat room for LGBTQ youth that is monitored by adults
www.welcomingschools.org - ideas and curriculum for addressing young children on LGBT families and non-sexual issues
For a national list (organized by state) of all LGBTQ Youth organizations similar to IYG: www.lambdalegal.org/sites/default/files/publications/downloads/fs_resources-for-lgbtq-youth-by-state_1.pdf
National websites for youth and schools:
www.trevorhelpline.org or 1.866.4U.TREVOR FREE (LGBTQ Youth Suicide Prevention)
www.gaygull.com is a website dedicated to uniting the LGBT community across America by sharing information and resources specific to the interests and needs of our community.
National Pride Festival Calendar provides dates, locations, descriptions, etc. for hundreds of pride festivals around the country - everything from pride parades to film festivals to book festivals.
Local Government Offices Resource
Searching for any sort of county government office can be tricky. Also, most local/ state offices are on multiple different websites. Using www.CountyOffice.org should make things easier!