HRC Foundation Youth Well-Being Program

HRC Foundation's Youth Well-Being Program is dedicated to improving the lived experience of LGBTQ youth in everyday institutions of daily life--families, schools, after-school enrichment programs, community centers, health and wellness programs, child welfare, and other systems of care.  The Youth Well-Being Program includes the annual Time to THRIVE conference, Project THRIVE, the Youth Ambassador Initiative, and a portfolio of training and educational resources to help youth-serving professionals promote the overall well-being of LGBTQ youth.

Time to  Thrive, T2T, Youth Well-Being Project

Time to THRIVE is an annual national conference for educators, counselors and other youth-serving professionals to learn how they can create safe, inclusive and welcoming environments for LGBTQ youth.

Youth Ambassadors, Youth Well-Being Program

The Youth Ambassador Initiative is designed to amplify the important voices of teens and young adults, and engage them to improve the lives of LGBTQ youth in school, at home, and in the greater community. 

Project Thrive, Youth Well-Being Program

Project THRIVE is a collaborative, national campaign to create more equitable, inclusive support systems for LGBTQ youth by building on the skills and capacities of youth-serving professionals.

For more information, contact Youth Well-Being Program Director Vincent Pompei at vincent.pompei@hrc.org or Children, Youth & Families Program Coordinator Pallavi Rudraraju at pallavi.rudraraju@hrc.org.