Tag archive: lgbt

    Youth Talk Donegal – New Name, Same Service ‘Teen Talk’, the one-to-one mental health support service at Donegal Youth Service has a new name.  It is now called ‘Youth Talk Donegal’, to better reflect the cohort of young people it supports.  Young people aged 12-25 can avail of the free and confidential support service based…

    The event is part of a national tour to mark Pride month ShoutOut will be visiting Letterkenny on Tuesday, June 19th to deliver its ABCs of LGBT workshop in partnership with Donegal Youth Service. This free workshop is open to anyone who wishes to learn more about LGBTQ+ identities and how to engage positively with young people…

    Helping parents/guardians with the birds and the bees talk! An exciting, innovative project developed by Donegal Youth Service and the Donegal Library Service, and supported by HSE Health Promotion & Improvement was launched on Thursday the 15th of March at the Moyle National School in Newtowncunningham. The project aims to encourage and support parents and…

    Where are you now? What are you upto now? Have you landed your dream job? Whether you’re around the corner, or around the world we want to hear from you! Whether you became a pool expert in the drop-in, volunteered, did an EVS, or attended a group, project, or anything else please get in touch….

    Teen Talk with Louise Lynch What is Teen Talk?  Teen Talk is a free and confidential one to one listening ear service that is based in Letterkenny.  We mostly work with young people between the ages of 12 and 25.  Young people experiencing difficulty in their life can avail of this support to help them…

    Did you go to BreakOut?  We want to see you again! Well it’s time to get the BreakOut gang back to together again. Do you remember how you felt the first time you walked into BreakOut? Do you remember climbing those horrible stairs? Do you remember feeling like you were a part of something special?…

    BreakOUT Donegal hosted an LGBT youth group from Finland last month as part of their Erasmus Youth Exchange. They learned so much in relation to cultural differences, LGBT history from an Irish and Finnish perspective.  Most importantly they learned the importance of linking together and how they may be uniquely different in ways their needs are…

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