Drop-in is our flagship weekly youth group offering safe space for LGBTU young people aged 16-25 where you’re able to meet in a comfortable & confidential setting with friends, access one to one support with youth support workers, access information and participate in workshops and activities.
All staff and volunteers are LGBT and are trained to work with young people. There are usually between 2-4 members of staff as well as 3-6 volunteers who run the drop in with an average of 40 young people attending each week.
We share announcements about events, campaigns and opportunities from within Allsorts Youth Project and from the wider community too so you have the chance to hear what’s happening and what you can get involved in should you want to.
We also offer monthly onsite STI testing clinics run by THT Brighton (including rapid HIV testing) as well as having monthly visits from LGBT drug & alcohol workers from Pavilions.
What our young people say:
“It’s a space where I can always feel 100% safe. There is no discrimination or judgement. When I am here I feel really happy and able to communicate with others. It’s a really important space to me.”
“Allsorts has helped me to rediscover myself and opened my eyes to many different aspects of the community which has made me feel more included and at ease with my sexual orientation and gender identity.”
- Meeting Frequency: Weekly
- Meeting Day: Tuesday
- Meeting Times:
You will not be able to attend any of our groups or services without having had an introductory meeting with a staff member.
Young People’s Centre
69 Ship Street
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