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Wednesdays 5-6pm - Regular

Queer culture meets wellbeing peer support in a weekly group for LGBTQ+ people aged 13-18. With a focus on emotional health and wellbeing, the Q42 Project is a safe and social space for LGBTQ+ young people to explore and express their LGBTQ+ identities, work on creative projects, create awareness and advocacy outreach campaigns, and collaborate with other organisations.

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05 April 2021

A peer support group with social, therapeutic and creative elements for young women aged 16-25. 

The Q42 Book Club reads LGBTQ+ stories by LGBTQ+ authors about LGBTQ+ characters for LGBTQ+ readers at a relaxed pace and in an affirming space. 

A peer support group for Care Leavers aged 16-25 with a focus on completing research into how mental health services could be improved.

A space for young people aged 13-25 to get together and explore different ways of expressing themselves, through movement. 

18-24 This group is designed to help young people who have long standing difficulties with their feelings and relationships.

A way to connect with each other during the Covid-19 restrictions

It works by using the principles of a democratic therapeutic community. 

The Peer Ambassadors are a group for young people aged 13 to 25 to advocate for youth voice and make positive change. 

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