LGBT Youth Scotland is the largest youth and community-based organisation for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people in Scotland.
LGBT Youth Scotland is committed to the inclusion of LGBT young people in the life of Scotland.
LGBT Youth Scotland was established as a national youth organisation with charitable status in 2003. Stonewall Youth, its predecessor was founded by a group of community activists in Edinburgh in 1989 in response to Section 28.
LGBT Youth Scotland provides direct services including groups, digital youth work, outreach, volunteering, advice and support, sexual orientation, transgender identity, domestic abuse and actively campaigns to influence policy and improve services for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) young people and the wider LGBT community. We are committed to the principles of youth participation and user-involvement throughout the work of the organisation.
Our head office is in Edinburgh, and we have offices in Glasgow and Dumfries with services across the rest of Scotland.
MAKE A SUPPORT REQUEST
To get support for a young person around their sexual orientation or gender identity, please contact your nearest Partnership Manager in the first instance. We've listed them below for you. You'll also find contact details for our individual youth workers on the listings pages for our youth groups.
Edinburgh, Lothians, Borders: Ann Marriott
Email the Lothian team at email@example.com or call our office 0131 555 3940.
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