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Extended program will be open to 12 residents requiring additional support and behavioral or mental health services
June 15 event will explain how "defund" strategy works and offer advice on responding to D.C.'s proposed funding increase for MPD
These D.C.-area groups provide essential programs and services to the transgender community
Advocates launch social media campaigns and virtual meet-ups to show their support for the community
D.C.'s largest LGBTQ youth group tries to stay connected even as people are urged to practice social distancing
SUB: Past beneficiaries have included the LGBT Fallen Heroes Fund, the Rainbow History Project, and Brother, Help Thyself
Q Chat Space lets LGBTQ youth discuss relevant issues and make new friends
Supporting and Mentoring Youth Advocates and Leaders, the LGBTQ youth advocacy organization for the D.C. area, has announced they will open a second house for...
Is there a way to combine a popular tailgating game with philanthropy? Yes, if you talk to Dan Ferrucci, the organizer of the biannual Cornhole...
How a slight eye pain revealed an untreated syphilis diagnosis.
SMYAL plans to engage young professionals interested in helping LGBTQ youth reach their full potential
There's no shortage of opportunities for D.C. area residents to lend their time and assistance
SMYAL offers initiatives dealing with bullying, harassment, substance abuse, mental health issues, and safe sex
SMYAL's programming offers LGBTQ youth support they may not easily find elsewhere
Youth Pride continues to provide young LGBTQ people a safe space to celebrate