The Brunswick Centre run several projects and groups that support LGBT young people with real day-to-day issues and give them the opportunity to meet other LGBT young people.
Joining LGBT yOUTh
Young people can self-refer or are referred by teachers, youth workers, CAMHS workers and other professionals. Contact The Brunswick Centre for a referral form.
All young people attend our service are invited to a welcome meeting first with a member of staff and the elements of the project are explained to them. They can then choose which aspects of the service they would like to access.
If you would like to make a referral, you can download a referral form here yOUTh Referral Form
Glossary of terms
There are lots of terms that are now used within the LGBT community. Ask questions if you are unsure which terms are correct, apologise if you get it wrong and attempt to make the person you are supporting know that you are trying your best. A useful list of terms can be found below.
Equality Act 2010
The Equality Act 2010 makes it unlawful to discriminate against someone on the grounds of any of these characteristics: age, disability, gender reassignment, marriage or civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion/belief, sex (gender) and sexual orientation.
These are often referred to as protected characteristics.
A useful document that we have produced can be found below