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Myths about mental health

Now it's time to answer some questions and dispel some common myths around mental health.

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Volunteering opportunities

There are lots and lots of ways that you can get involved with the work we do at the LGF.

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Useful Websites

You can find links to a range of services and helpful websites on these pages, they have been arranged by topic to help you navigate to the service that’s right for you!

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Resources

On this page you can find links to our resources for young people as well as helpful resources that other people have created. 

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For professionals

Young People are the future of our society! So what can you do to help your young people this week?

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Bullying

Bullying is the persistant mistreatment of someone over a period of time.  Learn more about LGBT bullying here!

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LGF Intake and Triage Service

If you need some help but aren’t sure which service is best to use, then you can now access support, to help you get the most from The LGF’s Services.

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Groups at the LGF

Here at The Lesbian & Gay Foundation we have a number of groups covering a wide section of the LGB&T community who meet at our Community Resource Centre on Richmond Street in Manchester. We provide a safe and comfortable environment for people who may feel isolated, coming out or are new to the area, and some groups offer a social environment for people who want to avoid bars and clubs.

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- Other groups we support

As well as having our own programme of support groups, the LGF also support a few more! These groups are all run separately, but they use the LGF building for groups and events.

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Younger Men's Group

The Younger Men’s Group is a new group, which is aimed at gay, bisexual or questioning men between the ages of 18 to 25.

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