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one•n•ten is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to serving and assisting lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and questioning (LGBTQ) youth. We provide youth with tools to improve self esteem and acceptance of who they are.

The youth we work with range in age from 14 to 24. We create a safe space, mentally and physically, for youth of all socio-economic and cultural backgrounds. Our weekly discussion groups cover a wide range of social, educational, health, and community issues. Youth with particular needs have the option to speak with peers or volunteers one-on-one, in a supervised setting. We offer resources for healthy living and making healthy choices, as well as social networking opportunities appropriate for developing leadership skills and having fun.

We are committed to working in collaboration with other Valley and national organizations that help teens including, homeless shelters, suicide prevention crisis lines (some by teens for teens), Youth at Risk, Concilio Latino de Salud, Teen Lifeline, Peer Solutions, Gay/Straight Alliances, GLSEN, Southwest Center for HIV/AIDS and the Native American Community Health Center.

 We’re so proud of our recent Q High Graduation.  Radioo is the first graduate of our program and received media attention from The Arizona Republic and Echo Magazine, along with CBS 5 (below).


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Come Join Us, Come Dance With Us at one·n·ten!

Sometimes at the Youth Center we cover serious topics.  Occasionally we have guest speakers, or learn critical life skills.  These are important and valuable.  And sometimes we dance–and that’s important too!  Here we are doing the Macarena!  Come join us, come dance with us!

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Parents & Adults: Learn More About The Affects of Bullying to LGBTQ Youth With Stacey Jay

  We’re proud to announce that on the evening of Tuesday, October 21st, our very own Stacey Jay Cavaliere is guest speaking at the Parent Empowerment Group about bullying of LGBTQ youth and strategies to help create a safe environment. If you’re interested in attending, register by calling 602.288.0155 or email

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