BeLonG To: Open online for LGBTI+ Youth

Over the years, BeLonG To LGBT+ Youth Services have been there for LGBTI+ young people when they needed them most.

And today, although it’s an anxious and overwhelming time for many as we face Level 5 restrictions, BeLonG To are open online, and are still here for LGBTI+ youth.

If you are anxious, or feeling alone or overwhelmed during this COVID 19 pandemic, you can contact BeLonG To at one of these services:

Online LGBTI+ Youth Group for New Members

BeLonG To’s online LGBTI+ youth group for new members is starting on Monday, January 11th. This group is a safe space to meet people, chat, have fun, and learn a little about gender and sexuality.

This online group is open to any LGBTI+ young person between 14-23 years. Learn more and sign up here.

Crisis Counselling with Pieta

Working with Pieta, BeLonG To are providing a free crisis counselling service for LGBTI+ youth who are self-harming, or thinking of suicide. Their therapist, Nash, is friendly and welcoming, and will listen to you in a safe, non-judgmental space, and work through whatever is worrying you.  Find out more here or make an appointment here.

Talk to Youth Workers over Text, Phone or Email

Reach out and talk to their friendly, expert Youth Workers Shane, Kate, and Sean in confidence about whatever is on your mind.

They are happy to listen, and provide you with information and referrals if needed. Click here to get in touch today.

Youth Groups Nationwide

Their youth groups are safe spaces for LGBTI+ young people to meet, share experiences, and chat. These groups are now being delivered virtually, and will kick off again next week.

BeLonG To supports a national network of LGBTI+ youth groups across Ireland. Many of these groups have now moved online. Find your nearest LGBTI+ youth group here.  

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