D During COVID-19 services changed how they operated, and we tried our best to keep you up to date on that. While this list is currently not relevant, we're keeping it up as a great list of services that support LGBTIQA+ young people.
**Those listed are only services that have provided information to YPN, other services may be operating that are not listed here **
If you are a service or organisation and you'd like to be added to the list email
Updated 19th May 2020
QLife is a free, anonymous, LGBTI peer-support and referral service, operating from 3pm-midnight every day, phone 1800 184 527 or chat qlife.org.au.
Alternatively, if you require immediate assistance you can contact Lifeline on 13 11 44 or Beyond Blue on 1800 512 358 at any time.
Albany Pride is a local group offering peer networking and support for people in Albany who identify as LGBTIQA+, their families and friends, all ages, locals and visitors.
This is intended to be a safe place for people of all genders who are not gay or straight (we use "bisexual" as an umbrella term for that) to engage in respectful discussion, connect with people, and form community. Make sure you keep an eye on our events tab for opportunities to connect in person at upcoming gatherings!
DISCHARGED groups create a space for people with personal experience of suicidal thoughts, feelings or actions, to come together and talk about suicide without being judged or put through a crisis management system.
They run a group for trans, gender diverse and gender questioning people.
Inclusive Education WA is funded by the Western Australian Department of Education to provide professional development and support to principals, teachers and support staff to understand the individual needs of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and/or Intersex (LGBTI) students in Western Australian public schools.
M Clinic is Perth’s only sexual health clinic that caters exclusively to men who have sex with men. M Clinic is an appointment only clinic that provides free, confidential, non-judgemental STI testing & treatment.
Household Network: provides medium to long term supported accommodation in the West Leederville and West Perth area in shared houses and units for young people aged 16-25 who are at risk of homelessness or homeless.
PILLAR: is a psycho-social support program that is being run by the Perth Inner City Youth Service (PICYS). The program caters for 15-20 year old young people with a diagnosed mental health condition, that have a number of added risk factors that impinge on them achieving their treatment goals.
Base Camp aGender: is a monthly drop-in space for trans and gender diverse young people who are experiencing homelessness and disconnect from family.
Rainbow Community House
Provides counselling for LGBTIQA+ young people aged 12-25