We provide individual, inclusive support to young people aged 10-25. For more information and to submit a Youth Support Request form click here.
There are also many support services out in the wider community for LGBTIAQ+ young people including;
Royal Children's Hospital Gender Service
EV's Hangout (our inclusive drop in program for young people aged 12-25) is closed at the moment due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Instead, we have introduced Hangout at Home. You can find out more about Hangout at Home here
In 2019 we delivered 'Queer Voices', a live storytelling project showcasing the stories of local young people who identify as LGBTIAQ+.
Our wonderful young people shared their stories at 4 community events throughout the year. The impact of these stories being shared has been life changing for many people involved.
Jas sharing her story at the Queer Voices Main Event
Queer Voices was supported by the Victorian Government through the Healthy Equal Youth program
Loos for You
In 2018 with the help of local LGBTIAQ+ young artists we made some radical changes to the inclusivity of EV's Youth Centre. These young artists designed and executed three gender neutral art pieces to be displayed on the toilet doors to replace the gender binary art pieces that were there before.
These artworks were installed accompanied by inclusive signage.
Loos for You was supported by the Victorian Government through the Healthy Equal Youth program
Again in 2018 (we were busy that year!) a group of budding young film makers created a video highlighting what it's like to 'come out' as LGBTIAQ+.
'Youth Uploaded' was funded by VicHealth's Bright Futures Challenge
In 2016, our local LGBTIAQ+ young people and allies went out into the community to capture the importance of inclusion within sport.
Equal Sports was supported by the Victorian Government through the Healthy Equal Youth program