In these challenging times, connection is more important than ever, especially if you are dealing with concerns that feel beyond your control.
Encircle Family and Youth Resource Center has served Utah’s LGBTQ+ youth and their families since 2016. They build homes in communities across Utah, which provide life-affirming programming and subsidized mental health therapy services to support these youth in safe, comforting, and nurturing environments. They use a neutral approach: No Sides, Only Love, which brings families and communities together to enable LGBTQ+ youth to thrive.
By teaching individuals to love themselves and empowering families and communities, they champion inclusive environments where these youth can regain their confidence and thrive.
Whether you’re an LGBTQ+ person, a loved one, or acquaintance and want to know more, they have the resources to help you along that journey. To learn more, check out their website at encircletogether.org.
SelectHealth recognizes the love and support provided by Encircle as another example of how Utah Gives Back.
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