We have put together a list of resources and support services available to LGBTQ+ young people during the festive period.
This guide, created by akt, the Unite Foundation and All of Us, is a resource aimed at supporting grieving young people.
In this resource we will be signposting to charities and groups that can help autistic young people manage their mental health and find safe spaces to express themselves.
To recognise Black History Month, akt would like to take the time to spotlight and celebrate LGBTQ+ people of colour and address the issues they face.
To recognise Mental Health Awareness Week, we've put together some mental health resources and support groups for LGBTQ+ young people.
akt would like to take the time to spotlight and celebrate bisexual people and address the issues they face.
Young LGBTQ+ people who are homeless are often faced with many challenges in securing housing or accommodation which meets their needs. We work with many young people who have disabilities, and we aim to provide support and advice to those young people in searching for and securing housing which is safe and accessible.
For International day against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia, akt would like to spotlight the resources available to those taking a stand against sexuality and gender-based hate crimes.
Agender is an umbrella term that can cover a number of different identities. Agender people sometimes find that they are left out of public conversations around the LGBTQ+ community.
The non-binary umbrella describes those whose gender identity falls outside of the traditional gender binary. Non-binary identities are diverse, and can include people who identify with some aspects of binary identities, and others who reject them entirely.
For Pansexual and Panromantic visibility day, we have created a resource for people who fall under the Pansexual and Panromantic umbrella.