Online Social/ Support Programs

All our Social/Support Programs are youth led and facilitated with support and supervision from Q Plus staff members. They are open to middle and high school students unless otherwise specified (we can refer you to other groups if you’re outside this age range). 

 

GSA Google Classrooms are available for students and GSA-supporting adults (advisors, interns, counselors, social workers, etc). Both classrooms feature a monthly discussion post and are full of relevant often-updated resources like scholarship lists, event calendars, and tip pages on things like running a meeting, navigating healthcare, and much more. 

 

GSA Meetups currently meet monthly on Zoom, alternating between one for youth and one for supporting adults. We discuss current events, compare school experiences, and brainstorm solutions to challenges GSAs around the state are facing. 

GSA Programs are free for students to attend, and intended for middle and high school students. 

Peer Support & Discussion Group

meets on Tuesday from 7 - 9 PM. Discussions are peer facilitated, supported by 2+ trained adult staff, and centered topics identified by members of the group. 

Game Night

meets on Thursdays from 7 - 9 PM. Game themes include tabletop role playing games (first Thursday of the month), team games, board games, and pen and paper games. 

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