Identity Based
Programming

one•n•ten recognizes the importance of providing population specific spaces so youth can build community with people who share their lived experiences. The Queer of Color (QOC), Trans and Gender Non Conforming (TGNC), and Neurodiversity Groups are safe spaces for youth who belong to those communities to connect in an environment built specifically for them. All groups are open for new youth to drop in at any time and pre-registration is not required. 

 

Queer of Color (QOC)

QOC meets twice a month to provide a space for LGBTQ youth who are People of Color (POC) to build connections based on lived experiences. This is a space for POC only.  Allies to the LGBTQ community who are People of Color are also welcome to attend. For dates and program descriptions please review our most current program calendar. 

Trans and Gender Non Conforming Group (TGNC)

TGNC meets twice a month to provide a space for trans, non binary, gender non conforming, and questioning youth to connect and build community. This is a space for TGNC youth only. For dates and program descriptions please review our most current program calendar

Neurodiversity 

one•n•ten’s Neurodiversity Group meets once a month to provide space for those living at the intersection of the queer and neurodivergent communities. This is a space for people who are neurodivergent which  includes those who live with Autism, Dyslexia, ADHD, Dyspraxia, etc. This group is open to youth who are neurodivergent regardless of having received a formal diagnosis. For dates and program descriptions please review our most current program calendar.

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