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Support for young LGBT+ people

Services for Young People supports young LGBT+ people through projects across the county and through the 'Who not What' group, which represents the voice of the young LGBT+ community of Hertfordshire at a county-wide level.

Services for Young People projects for young LGBT+ people

There are LGBT+ projects for young people across the whole of Hertfordshire. They are safe environments where you can meet other LGBT+ young people in your area, get support, learn new things and have fun!

Professionals who work with young people and parents/carers can refer a young person to one of these projects here: Make a referral

Rainbow coloured leaping stag with 'Young Pride in Herts' underneath in dark grey text. To the right, the words LESBIAN, GAY, BISEXUAL AND TRANS+ in white uppercase text underneath one another with different multicoloured backgrounds.Large pink and purple W with LGBT+ in yellow text aligned to the top left. WHO NOT WHAT in purple text appears, centre aligned, at the bottom of the W.

The Young Pride in Herts website was created by the Who not What group. It contains a wealth of information to support young LGBT+ people as well as information for parents and professionals.

Please click on the links below for full details of the LGBT+ projects for young people in Hertfordshire. 

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