To segregate or not to segregate, that is the question. When it comes to best meeting the needs of LGBTQ youth, answering this question elicits a range of opinions, approaches and philosophies. Across this country there are outstanding examples of service organizations that were founded specifically, and exclusively, to meet the needs of LGBTQ youth — to fill gaps that exist in our service system and to save the lives of some of our most marginalized community members. This phenomenon started in the late 1970s and has since become a very successful model for serving LGBTQ youth . . .
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