We have a number of way which you can access support if you are LGBT+ or questioning your gender and sexuality.
We have a dedicated LGBTQ+ youth worker who can offer one to one support to young people in Hull who might need to talk to someone around gender and sexuality identity. This could be in school and accessed directly by a young person or requested by care givers, other support workers or education.
We offer a weekly youth group for LGBT+ young people aged 11-17, who want to socialise with other young people experiencing similar things to them. For confidentiality and safety reason please contact us to arrange a first meeting with a member of the group staff who can have a chat about it with you and give you more information.
The group is run in partnership with the Warren and we have an experienced counsellor on the team which you can access through the group.
Get in touch with us via email, social media @stepouthull or give us a call on 01482327044 / 07542554403
Trans Youth Hull runs the first Sunday of every month in a city centre venue by Felix Fenlon who is able to offer support dedicated to trans*, gender and identity questioning young people. They are always happy to talk to parents and young people to help understand the process of transitioning.
Contact them on facebook, call Felix on 07832763796, or email firstname.lastname@example.org
LGBT+ support group run by the Warren for 16-25 year olds, for more information check them out here.
Lollipop supports LGBT+ people who are between the ages of 13 and 19 in the East Riding. The group meets Wednesday 6.00 pm – 8.00 pm every other week in Beverley town centre.
LOOK group (Loving Our Out Kids) parental support group meets on the first Thursday of the month 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm in Beverley. The helpline is open weekdays, 9 am - 5 pm.
Call 01482 392200 or email email@example.com to access both groups.
A group which represents the Lesbian, Gay, Bi-sexual & Trans (LGBT+) community within the area of Hull & East Riding of Yorkshire. They actively deal with many community issues such as hate crime reporting, sexual health, Pride, LGBT history month, museums consultation, community cohesion, faith matters and in many other areas that affect everyday life. Representatives of the key agencies (e.g. Council, Police, Fire, NHS, Victim Support) regularly attend their meetings as well as community members themselves. Please feel free to attend their regular meetings, 2nd Wednesday of the month 6.30pm in The Guildhall, Hull. Find out more and request to join the facebook group here.