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Let's talk about substance use!
CANCELLED. Join us for this special conversation with a guest facilitator, Leslie, who works at a non-profit focused on harm reduction and education around the topic.
Mental health & Dealing with unsupportive friends and family members
Join us to discuss mental health and wellness as well as share our experiences dealing with friends or family who might not be surrportive. Let's share our journeys to give each other advice and tips on how to navigate this important moment in our lives.
Back to School Chat
FOR TRANS/NON-BINARY YOUTH: Being Trans and Non-Binary at School
It's August which means...back to school. Let's talk about being trans and non-binary at school. What are your rights? How do you advocate for yourself? What's a gender support plan? What do you need to feel safe and successful this school year?
FOR YOUTH OF COLOR: Familiars - What creatures guide you?
This group is for anyone who identifies as a Person Of Color (POC). We welcome everyone, but if you are not a POC, please consider giving more space to the POC and respect their voices.
Familiars are creatures that guide and support us. Where have we seen familiars in literature, media, and games? We will be using the Wild Unknown Animal Spirit deck to see what animal spirits we might lean into.
The Pandemic and Creative Communities
The COVID-19 pandemic changed our lives. For this chat, we will process the ways in which our communities have changed because of the pandemic. Also exploring which communities we attribute ourselves to through shared identities, interests, or geographic locations. Utilizing Google jamboard, we will produce a poem, freestyle piece of writing, or first-person narrative to reflect those changes.
If there is not a group currently available and you need immediate help, please go to The Trevor Project.