Mentoring

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Providence, RI

150 Miller Avenue
Providence, RI 02905
Phone: 401-225-9353
Address: 150 Miller Avenue
Providence, RI 02905
Phone: 401-225-9353
Services Provided: Leadership Transformation Academy
Student Advocacy
Reforming Public Schools
Provider Profiles: Young Voices is a Rhode Island-based non-profit organization that transforms urban youth into powerful advocates, who partner with our State’s major leaders to create systemic reform and policy change that improve the lives of thousands of youth across the state.
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Last Updated: 3/24/2017
743 Westminster Street
Providence, RI 02903
Phone: 401-421-5626
Address: 743 Westminster Street
Providence, RI 02903
Phone: 401-421-5626
Services Provided: Drop-in Center
Several Support Groups- Gender Spectrum, The Way Out and Under 13
Crisis Intervention and Case Management
Individual Counseling
Mentoring
Basic Needs Pantry
Provider Profiles: Youth Pride Inc. (YPI) is an affirming space for lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, queer, questioning young people to build community, develop connections and be themselves. Youth come together from a wide range of backgrounds and join with one another over common issues and activities, sometimes as simple as playing video games or sharing a meal. All of our programs are free of charge and include individual counseling, weekly discussion groups, leadership trainings, social events and wellness activities. In the end, youth experiences at YPI can be transformative.

Recognizing that LBGTQQ youth exist outside of YPI, we also provide professional development and training for youth service providers, social service organizations and schools so they have the information and resources to treat all youth with respect and dignity.
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Last Updated: 11/10/2017