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Just Us

Just Us is dedicated to helping lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and questioning (LGBTQ) youth achieve their full potential.

The program provides an array of services centered on support and advocacy. And it’s not just teens who benefit. Just Us offers loads of resources and assistance for families and agencies who work with young people.

For Youth
Weekly meetings provide a safe and supportive space, where LGBTQ youth can connect with peers, celebrate their authentic selves, and embrace opportunities to create positive change in our community.

We also provide individual and group therapeutic support, helping youth talk about gender identity, sexual orientation, and anything else they’re going through.

Check out the Just Us website for lots more information on youth programs.

For Families
For parents and families of LGBTQ youth, we know your loved one’s identity can raise lots of questions. We’re here to listen, help you gain peace of mind, and talk with others in similar situations.

Find support at the monthly PFLAG meeting held at Oasis, visit our online list of resources, or give us a call at 615.983.6862.

For Agencies and Youth Professionals
We provide consultation, training, and professional development to help a wide range of agencies and organizations provide open and affirming services for LGBTQ individuals.

For more information, give us a call at 615.983.6862 or email Pam Sheffer, the Director of Just Us. We’re happy to answer your questions or discuss ways we can support.

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Last year, 147 LGBTQ teens found acceptance and community building in our Just Us programs
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Volunteer Shifts & Enrollment

Just Us

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5-7 p.m.

Enrollment

Summer enrollment for yearlong programming

Students of Stonewall

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5-7 p.m.

Enrollment

Summer enrollment for yearlong programming

Who We Need

Volunteers who desire to walk with youth and provide an extra set of hands as students laugh, build relationships, and tackle social justice in the community.