Safe Harbor Project
{Resources for LGBT Youth and Families}
 
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TODAY'S TOPIC:   Now is a good time to think about re-organizing schedules to allow time for homework. Provide time each day for homework. Be available to answer questions or guide the process. Familiarize yourself with Homework Hotlines and other resources.  Create a "work area" for homework to be done, supplies to be kept and important papers to be maintained.  The U.S. Department of Education provides information on Helping Your Child with Homework that may provide you with some valuable information.
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July 14, 2014
We are getting ready for the 22nd annual True Colors Conference, "When Pink and Blue are not Enough" on March 20 - 21st, 2015 at UCONN in Storrs, CT. 
 
Workshop Proposals (due October 31st, 2014)
 
We are particularly looking for professional (201 or higher) workshops for educators, social workers, clinicians, and health care providers.
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July 14, 2014

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Robin McHaelen Received HRC Upstander Award
 
Allies for Adoption  There are five times the number of LGBT people who are willing to become adoptive parents than there are young people in foster care. Imagine if no child had to wait years to -- and perhaps never find -- a family. Imagine if every state allowed all qualified prospective adoptive parents to open their homes and their hearts, regardless of what their family looks like.