Image description: A tree with rainbow leaves and exposed roots grows over text reading, "Pride Advocacy Collective for Tweens: A group for adults who care for LGBTQ preteens. Every first Tuesday of the month 6 to 7:30 PM” Eastern Time. Logos for Bradbury-Sullivan LGBT Community Center, Valley Youth House, and Access Matters can be seen.
In order to participate virtually, please email [email protected].
The Pride Advocacy Collective for Tweens (PACT) is a collective of adults who provide care to LGBTQ tweens (aged 8-13) and is guided in creating community, providing mutual support, sharing experiences of learning and practicing skills of advocacy to promote and enhance all aspects of wellness of young people, families, and the greater community. The group is held on the 1st Tuesday of each month from 6:00 to 7:30PM EST. This program operates in cycles, with each lesson building on the last. The current cohort runs from March through August, and the group will take a break in September before beginning the second cohort in October. When the group resumes in October, meetings will be held in-person.
The PACT group is offered in partnership with Valley Youth House, and the Health Resource Center Program, a program of AccessMatters, is supported by funding from the Pennsylvania Department of Health.
Live closed captioning is available at this virtual event.
As the health and safety of our center's visitors are our highest priority, this group is now held remotely. To read more about the LGBT community and COVID-19, click here. To learn more about our supportive services, contact [email protected].
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