LGBTQIA2S HOMELESS YOUTH

TRAINING FOR STAFF WORKING IN HOMELESSNESS RESOURCES

 

THE PROGRAM

The purpose of this training is to inform staff members of the resources available for young people in precarious situations with the realities of LGBTQIA2S youth. The goal is to help them identify and intervene when homophobic and transphobic events occur and assist them in creating more welcoming and safe environments. The trainers go directly into the resource to provide training tailored to the needs and realities of the team encountered.

This training was initiated by Julie Duford and the Coalition of LGBTQ+ Youth Groups in collaboration with the Regroupement des auberge du coeur du Québec. The expertise of many people has been mobilized throughout the development of the program

 

PRICES

Thanks to our financial partners, we are currently able to offer this training for free, anywhere in Quebec.

 

REQUEST THIS TRAINING

For requests about this training, please contact Annie Savage, Executive Director
by email dg@coalitionjeunesse.org or by phone 514 318-LGBT (5428)

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The people who worked on the development of this program are:
Julie Duford, program manager, doctoral candidate in sexology at UQÀM, specializing in issues affecting LGBTQIA2S youth who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless
Gabriel Galantino, consultant-trainer and candidate for the clinical master's degree in sexology at UQÀM, author and host of Les 3 James capsules
Dylan Bisson, trainer-consultant, former director and co-spokesperson for En Marge 12-17
Princess Lamarche, consultant-trainer and poetess
Martin Blais, Ph.D., Sexologist, Full Professor, Department of Sexology, UQÀM
Philippe-Benoit Côté, Ph.D., sexologist, professor in the Department of Sexology at UQÀM
Marc-André Bélanger, Coordinator at the Regroupement des Auberges du coeur du Québec
Remi Fraser, Coordinator at the Regroupement des Auberges du coeur du Québec
Annie Savage, Executive Director, Coalition of LGBTQ+ Youth Groups