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:
  • Discuss the services offered by The Trevor Project and how youth can access them

  • Describe what it means to be an ally

  • Describe various terminology related to LGBTQ+ communities

  • Identify unique challenges facing LGBTQ+ people

  • Identify ways to create safer and more supportive environments for LGBTQ+ people

  • Identify ways to combat bias in yourself and your community by developing cultural awareness and sensitivity

Another training you might find helpful.

We have a few different trainings for youth-serving professionals like foster parents, teachers, and social workers. If you are interested in empathy and awareness training, try this one too.
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CARE Training

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

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