During our first meeting via Zoom, the Center saw that this tool has enabled us to extend our reach as one of the parent participants was from Boone, NC. Their child had recently come out and they expressed that there was a lack of local resources, so it was great to be able to provide a space for them to connect and ask questions. Amidst shelter in place orders, and a global pandemic the Center is connecting people far beyond Raleigh to needed resources to help them learn and better care for queer youth, what better news could come from these challenging times than a better equipped parent, and a more loved and supported child!
Our Center is using virtual programming to continue to provide three vital things to our community: connection, resources, and support. Make sure you join us for some of North Carolina’s leading programs in transgender care, elder community, and more this month.