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Seacoast Outright offers a variety of services to support LGBTQ+ youth and to foster inclusive communities.

Queer Prom

Youth Services

Ages 12-19 (Middle and High School)

Youth Group

Fridays - 7:00-8:30PM EST

Youth Group is a casual space to talk about issues, get advice, and connect with other youth.

Game Night

Tuesdays - 7:00-8:00PM EST

Dungeons and Dragons

Wednesdays- 7:00-9:00PM EST

Holding Hands Up High

Parent Support

Parents + Guardians

Parent Support Group

First Friday of every month

Part of supporting LGBTQ+ youth is making sure their own support networks have the support and information they need!

Parent Support Group is an opportunity for parents of LGBTQ+ youth to connect in a supportive and casual setting. Come talk with other parents, share your experiences and offer support.


Support Call


Medical, Counseling, Social + More

Suicide and Crisis Lifeline

24/7, Toll free

988 (or 800-273-8255)

Trevor Project Hotline

24/7, Toll free


Crisis Text Line

Text 24/7 from anywhere


Frequently Asked Questions

How do I join?

Youth group meetings at Outright are casual and fun. Anyone ages 12-19 can come any Friday night. Just show up and be you! There is no commitment required to join. Come whenever you can and we'll be happy you did! We might ask for your age and hometown, just to keep track of who is using our services. And if you want to, you can sign up for our mailing list to keep up with any special events we organize.

What should I expect at a meeting?

There are typically 20 to 30 kids at meetings and 4 facilitators. The facilitators are trained and trustworthy adults (who have had full background checks.) We usually start by introducing ourselves. Then, we split into two smaller groups based on age (for instance, ages 12-15 and ages 16+) so that we can share anything from our week that we want to. You can always pass if you don't feel like sharing. Sometimes we end up talking about a specific challenge or highlight in somebody's life. Other times, we just choose some interesting topic to discuss.

What if I'm not out yet?

People come to Outright at all different points in their lives. We accept everyone where they are. At Outright, we have a code of confidence, where we respect each other and keep things that are said at meetings at meetings. Facilitators keep all of your information confidential, as well. The only exception is that if facilitators believe that someone's personal safety is in jeopardy, they have a legal obligation to report that.

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