H I B Resources

Resources

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  • A Thin Line

    A resource to education youth on healthy electronic usage.

  • The Asia Pacific Cultural Center

    The mission is to bridge communities and generations through arts, culture, education and business.

  • Born This Way Foundation

    The Foundation was founded to foster a more accepting society, where differences are embraced and individuality is celebrated. Connects young people with skills they need to build a kinder, braver world.

  • Cyberbullying Prevention

    Questions parents should ask their children about technology.

  • Diversity Central - Multicultural Calendar

    A year-round calendar of diverse culture celebrations per month and their histories

  • HopeSparks

    Resources for students and families to help educate and inspire courage and confidence for children with varying abilities. Strengthening families with counseling, ealy education and parental training.

  • It Gets Better Project

    This is a series of videos and artistic expression that let lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer know that "it gets better" if they are facing challenges in their community or with their family regarding sexuality.

  • Kids against Bullying

    Resources for elementary aged students that engages them with videos and teaches them about situations and affects of bullying.

  • My Purple Umbrella

    My Purple Umbrella is a place children can express their gender identity and gender expression free of judgment, limitations or ridicule. Through play groups (ages 13 and under) children gain self-esteem, confidence, and self-reliance, learn conflict resolution and become a part of a larger community. MPU is an organization for gender independent children, gender variant families and allies.

  • National Alliance of Black School Educators

    Resources for furthering the academic success for children, improving educational experiences and accomplishment of African American youth.

  • The National Crime Prevention Council - Bullying Prevention

    A resource to help educate individuals on the effects of bullying, cyberbullying, how to handle cyberbullying, how to identify bullying and cyberbullying and how to spread awareness.

  • Oasis Youth Center

    This is a support center dedicated to the needs of gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender and queer youth ages 14-24 in Pierce County. They provide support with health, family issues, housing and other types of aid.

  • The Rainbow Center of Tacoma

    A general guide for the city of Tacoma to resources and organizations which are active in education and advocating for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer issues in the community.

  • Rebuilding Hope: Sexual Assault Center of Pierce County

    Resource that offers support toward healing through advocacy and therapy for those affected by sexual assault and abuse. Through education and collaboration Rebuilding Hope improves the community's response to sexual assault and abuse victims and challenges the behaviors and beliefs that promote sexual violence.

  • Safe Schools Coalition

    A comprehensive resource for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer teens. It has support for legal issues, coming out, housing, statistics and other valuable information for teens.

  • Safe Supportive Learning Environments - Department of Education

    Resources for students, staff, and families in developing safe, supported, engaged, and challenged environments in the PreK-12 educational system.

  • Stop Bullying

    Resources on the prevention of bullying.

  • The Washington State Association of Multicultural Education

    A collaborative association of representatives from public and provate school districts, colleges, universities, local and state governmental agencies, organizations, businesses and other groups that advocate for and support the cause of multicultural diversity, social justice and international education.

  • The Youth Suicide Prevention Program

Resources to raise awareness and educate students on suicide prevention and where to find help.