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Groups for LGBTQ+ and Allied Youth 

 "Little Outrighters" Group for Elementary School Aged Youth

Seacoast Outright hosts a monthly social group for youth in grades K-5. This group will run concurrently with our caregiver support group on the first Friday of each month from 7pm-8:30pm at Community Campus.


Kiddos have an opportunity to meet other LGBTQ+ youth and do fun activities. This group is run by two trained facilitators.

Friday Group

Fridays, 7:00- 8:30 PM
In-Person, Community Campus


Youth Group is a casual environment to connect with other youth and do fun activities.

Find our monthly calendar of activities on our programming page. No advance sign- up required unless specifically indicated.



Second Wednesday, 7-9 PM Virtual
& periodic in-person Saturday

A fun affirming Dungeons and Dragons Group! No previous experience is required. Sign up to receive more information.

Support Group

Biweekly Tuesdays, 7-8 PM (virtual)

Starting in May- a space for LGBTQ+ youth to connect. Sign up to receive the zoom link


2nd Tuesday of the Month-  Middle School


4th Tuesday of the Month- High School

Groups for Youth in Grades 6-12

In- Person Meeting Location: Community Campus, 100 Campus Drive, Portsmouth NH

When you arrive, please go to the main entrance and you will be guided to the space we're using

FAQ: Friday Night Group

How do I join?

Youth group meetings at Outright are casual and fun. 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 5-15 kids at meetings and 2-3 facilitators. The facilitators are trained and trustworthy adults (who have had full background checks.) We usually start by introducing ourselves. Then, we break into an activity and/or smaller groups based on age You can always pass if you don't feel like sharing.

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.

Covid-19 Protocol

To keep everyone safe , we have COVID-19 protocols in place during our in-person meetings. Safety is our highest priority.
Masks are highly encouraged for youth who are not vaccinated and are recommended for all youth/ facilitators.
We social distance as much as possible ask all of our youth and facilitators to self-monitor and stay home if they are experiencing any symptoms of COVID-19 or have had close contact with anyone that has tested positive for COVID-19 as outlined by the CDC.

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