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These are informational resources for the GLBTQ community and it's allies:

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The Local Community

The Local Community (8)

Local GLBTQ information and resources in our community ...

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Health Information

Health Information (3)

Resources for health issues affecting the GLBTQ community:

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National Resources

National Resources (4)

Informational resources for GLBTQ persons on a nationwide basis ...

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Indiana Resources

Indiana Resources (5)

These are GLBTQ resources available on an Indiana statewide basis ...

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Welcoming Churches

Welcoming Churches (4)

These are links to local Welcoming Churches to LGBT persons and Welcoming Church information.

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Youth Resources

Youth Resources (6)

GLBTQ resources for youth...

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Indiana Youth Group

IYG

Indiana Youth Group (IYG) provides safe places and confidential environments where self-identified lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and questioning youth are empowered through programs, support services, social and leadership opportunities and community service. IYG advocates on their behalf in schools, in the community and through family support services.

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TransYouth Family Allies

imfatyfa

In carrying out its mission, TransYouth Family Allies is guided by the following principles:

    • All children, regardless of individual socioeconomic conditions, age, color, creed, disability, gender identity, national origin, race, religion, sexual orientation, family status or military status should have an opportunity to be represented by our organization.
    • The interests and concerns of all transgender and gender variant children are valuable and should be heard and fairly represented. This includes all classes, subgroups, and minorities.
    • Mutual benefit can be achieved by working with other organizations in the pursuit of civil and human rights for transgender and gender variant children.
    • TYFA empowers children and families by partnering with educators, service providers and communities, to develop supportive environments in which gender may be expressed and respected.

 

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