Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans-experince, Queer, and Question Youth have challenges socializing and accessing information and services that help them with their daily lives. helpNYC has collected a list of programs that serve exclusively LGBTQ+ young people.
Drop In Programs
Art & Acceptanceat St. Luke's Church in the Fields
5:00p - 7:00p
St. Luke's Church in the Fields
653 Greenwich Street
between Christopher Street and Barrow Street
New York, New York 10014
ADA Accessible: Yes, partially
Program ID: 1431944314
Weekly Saturday evening drop-in program for LGBTQ+ young people ages 16-29 experiencing homelessness. The program offers a safe, hospitable, harm-reduction, gender-diverse, nonsectarian safe space. The program includes a nutritious home-cooked dinner and to-go bag with a second meal, space for art, reading and writing, music, and dance, a free clothing and toiletries “shop,” recurring health and legal clinics, and crisis support.
Ages 16 - 29
Art & Music Programing
Personal Hygiene Supplies
Center Youth provides a safe, inclusive, affirming environment people can connect with peers, build leadership skills, and get access to mental and physical health services. Open to people between the ages of 13-21, our in-person and virtual programs are all free and confidential.
Schedule an intake through the website, via phone, or walk in during drop-in hours.
Ages 13 - 22
In-person and Virtual Groups
Art & Music Programing
Substance Use Programs
Center Youth Recoveryat the LGBT Community Center
Monday - Friday
10:00a - 6:00p
LGBT Communty Center
208 West 13th Street
between Seventh Avenue and Greenwich Avenue
New York, New York 10011
West Village, New York
BUS: M14A/D SBS to W 14 St/7 Av or M20 North to 8 Av/W 14 St
SUBWAY: 1, 2, 3, A, C, E Trains to 14 St
The Center’s outpatient substance use treatment program for youth is designed specifically to help LGBTQIA+ young people, ages 13 and older, make healthy decisions about drugs and alcohol. This program is the first of its kind, and our unique setting provides access to mentors, internships, and support.
Daily Recovery Groups (M-F)
Harm Reduction Program
Identify as Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans-experience, Queer, Questioning, or an Ally
Parental consent is required but can be waived under certain circumstances
Pre-Registration by appointment only
New York State Resident
Ages 13 - 25 only
Payment & Insurance
Private Insurance (In-network)