We educate youth-serving professionals on the challenges faced by LGBTQ young people.

In addition to the audiences below, Ally training has been presented to adults within 
the foster care system, those working with adjudicated, homeless or runaway 
youth, with spiritual or faith leaders, and many more.

K-12 school staff and educators

Healthcare professionals

Higher education staff & professionals

What you will learn

Through activities, participants are encouraged to explore their biases, build knowledge, and develop empathy. Participants will be able to:

Describe various terminology within LGBTQ communities.

Explain the unique challenges facing 
LGBTQ youth.

Identify ways 
to create safer environments.

Discuss the 
services offered by 
The Trevor Project.

Another training you might find helpful.

We have a few different trainings for youth-serving professionals. If you are interested in Ally training, 
try this one too.
Contact Our Training Team

CARE Training

An interactive training that outlines the different environmental stressors putting LGBTQ youth at higher risk for suicide.

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There are other ways to help.

Train to be a counselor

One volunteer can help support over 
100 young people that wouldn’t be 
supported otherwise.

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Your donation will save lives.

Every day, LGBTQ young people in crisis reach out. It is vital we make sure our volunteers can continue to offer that support.

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