OTS Assets Database Beta

We are excited to share the Out in the South Assets Database Beta site! You can explore the database of LGBTQ Southern Community Assets by navigating the map below or by using the filters on the left side to sort assets by state, issue area, and population.

We are excited to continue to develop this resource in the coming weeks and months. Please share any comments or feedback related to the database to [email protected].

 

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MISSION The mission of the Youth Empowerment Project is: “By providing intensive case management, mentoring and educational services to at-risk New Orleans youth, we will strengthen each young person’s capacity to successfully connect with his or her family and community and lay the foundation for a healthy transition to adulthood.” Website | Facebook | Twitter

MISSION To provide a safe space for LGBTQ youth and their allied friends to strengthen opportunities for life skills, leadership development, peer support and educational advancement. Website

MISSION Youth Open To Sexual Orientation (YOTSO) is a youth group that serves as a safe, social space for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgendered, queer, and questioning (LGBTQ) teens. We meet twice a month to hang out, play games, watch movies, chat, and just be silly. Website

MISSION The Youth Organizing Institute is a leadership development and organizing training program to support low-income youth, LGBTQ youth, and youth of color. Since 2010, the Youth Organizing Institute has enjoyed continued success. YOI provides grounding analysis of systems of oppressions and the history of grassroots movements for change. In addition to our Summer Freedom Schools, we anchor the NC Coalition for Education Justice, which is engaged in a Solutions Not Suspensions campaign to to decrease out of school suspensions, advocate for restorative justice programs, reduce SROs in schools, and increase councilors and funding for q…

MISSION Our mission is to give the LGBTQ high-schoolers between the ages of 14-19 years of age a safe and confidential environment that allows the youth to be who they are and to help them make friends with other LGBTQ Youth in the surrounding Midlands area. We promote open discussion and encourage the youth to create open dialogue between them so they may share experiences and make ties of friendship with other LGBTQ Youth. Membership is free and we encourage you to bring your friends. Website |

MISSION We engage and support LGBTQIA+ youth ages 11-20 to be confident, resilient and compassionate community members. Website | Facebook | Twitter

MISSION YouthSAFE is a Greensboro-based organization that provides an environment in which LGBTQIAA youth come together to build community with one another, share resources, and build skills for responding creatively to the world around them. Website

MISSION Our mission is to affirm and empower black lesbians over 40 through information and technology, skills building, resource sharing and leadership development to foster a thriving quality of life. Website | Facebook | Twitter

MISSION Zebra Coalition is a network of organizations which provide services to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and all youth (LGBT+) ages 13–24. The Coalition assists young people facing homelessness, bullying, isolation from their families, and physical, sexual and drug abuse with individualized programs to guide them to recovery and stability. Website | Facebook | Twitter
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