LGBTQQ+ Youth Resources
Out Boulder County resources for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and questioning youth
Confidential Youth Line: 303.704.4618
2132 14th St.
Boulder CO 80302
OBC on Main
630 Main St.
Longmont CO 80501
Out Boulder County Youth Groups
Our youth program serves ages 13-18 (youth aged 12 with permission) who are LGBTQQ and allies.
Trans & Gender Expansive Youth: 2nd & 4th Mondays, 4-5:30 pm, Boulder Pridehouse
Arts & Activism: Tuesdays, 4-5:30 pm, Boulder Pridehouse
QTs Queer & Trans Youth: with OASOS, Thursdays, 4:30-6:30pm, St. Vrain Community Hub (515 Coffman St, Rm 143)
QTPOC youth group: Mondays at the Longmont Youth Center. Contact Jenna at email@example.com for more information.
One-on-One Youth Support
Homework & Tutoring Support: available by appointment, all volunteers have been screened by background checks and are able to work with youth of all ages. Contact Michal to get connected at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Referrals to therapists and other medical providers. Conversations with parents and larger adult support systems including teachers, prevention/interventionists, extended family, school administrators, and anyone else requested by the student.
Youth Leadership Development
Youth positions on the OBC Board of Directors
Paid youth internships for the LGBTQQ and Ally Youth Dance, Night of Noise Youth Summit, and other special events as funding allows
GSA community building events and workshops in partnership with OASOS
Youth Planning Committees for LGBTQQ and Ally Youth Dance and Night of Noise
Educational Support/Speaking Out Panels
LGBTQ and allied volunteers speak on panels of 3-4 about life as an LGBTQ person. Plenty of time for Q&A. Speaking Out is our longest running program and is approved for Boulder Valley and St. Vrain Valley School Districts. Contact Juan for more information: email@example.com
LGBTQ 101 & Allyship Trainings:
We offer trainings on sex, gender identity, gender expression, and sexual orientation for classes, teachers & staff, businesses, agencies, & organizations. A solid LGBTQ 101 with plenty of time for Q&A and a safe space to ask questions and learn about LGBTQ issues and allyship. Contact Michal for more: firstname.lastname@example.org
Local Resources for LGBTQQ+ Youth
Resources for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and questioning youth in Boulder County and beyond!
School resources: Most schools in the area have GSA student groups for students.
A Queer Endeavor (CU Boulder School of Education): supports educators, districts, and school communities to affirm gender, sexual, and family diversity in education policies and practices in BVSD, SVVSD, and Adams 12. email@example.com, http://aqueerendeavor.org/
OASOS - Open & Affirming Sexual Orientation/Gender Identity Support: Boulder County Public Health program for LGBTQQ+ youth. 303-579-2676, https://bouldercountyoasos.org/
Teen Clinic @ Boulder Valley Women’s Health Clinic: 303-442-5160, http://teenclinic.org/. Text free, anonymous questions: “ToTC [your question]” to 66746.