Several-dozen participants at The Attic Youth Center spent this summer working on a new LGBT resource guide for area schools — which is now displayed on the organization’s newly revamped website.
A screenshot of the Attic Youth toolkit, which provides a range of easy-to-use resources for teachers, students, and community groups.
Six out of 10 lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) teens say they feel unsafe at school.
Caitlin Ryan and her colleagues at SF State's Family Acceptance Project (FAP) have spent more than a decade conducting groundbreaking research on how family support -- or the lack thereof -- can affect gay and transgender youth.
Though LGBT youth might often feel voiceless in society, gay youth are speaking out through art in a group exhibition, “Crawl Space: The Attic Experience,” at the William Way LGBT Community Center, through Aug. 24.
Cyndi Lauper today launched the Forty to None Project, a national program to educate the public and support homeless LGBT youth.
A teen-led committee of a local grantmaking agency awarded $10,000 each last week to two LGBT-focused agencies.
A new report HRC released today is showing tremendous disparities between straight teenagers and LGBT-identified youth.
San Francisco –A report released today by Gay-Straight Alliance Network and the California Safe Schools Coalition (CSSC) provides new insight into the impact on individual students and school climate as a whole when different class lessons include...
The Attic Youth Center was recognized this week for its efforts to provide mental-health services to LGBT young people.