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LGBTI+ supports for young people during the COVID-19 pandemic

BeLonGTo and TENI offer supports to LGBTI+ young people via phone, text and email


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BeLonGTo offers support to LGBTI+ young people during COVID-19 pandemic

If you are an LGBTI+ young person looking for support during the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic, BeLonGTo is here to support you. BeLonGTo is a charity that supports LGBTI+ young people in Ireland. Their Youth Workers are available to provide text, email and phone support for those who need it during this time of uncertainty.

BeLonGTo know that some LGBTI+ young people may feel isolated from their peers and chosen family, feel stuck in their homes with family members who do not support their identity, and feel scared and anxious about the future.

If you need help, they are here no matter what is going on for you. This is a scary time and nobody has to be alone during it. Reach out and talk to one of their friendly, expert Youth Workers Shane, Kate and Sean. They are happy to listen, provide you with information and refer you to other support services if needed.

BeLonGTo are now also running some of their youth clubs online via zoom for current youth group members. Find out more about which BeLonGTo youth clubs are running during the pandemic.

Find out how to get in touch with BeLonGTo's Youth Workers.

TENI offer information and support

TENI are the Transgender Equality Network Ireland, the offer advice and support services to transgender people and their families in Ireland. Find out more information about TENI.

24/7 Text Message Support from SpunOut.ie

At SpunOut.ie we also offer 24/7 text message support for all young people in Ireland. This situation is completely new to everyone involved and it is normal to feel worried or anxious about what is going on. Staying at home can be an isolating experience for many young people, so it is important to reach out if you need help.

If you feel overwhelmed by the current situation and need someone to talk to, our anonymous, 24 hour text line is always open. You're worth talking about and we're here to listen and support you.

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Published April 30th2020
Last updated August 3rd2020
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