This training is for current volunteers and newcomers to Speaking Out! Join us for a conversation about sexuality and gender, practice your story to share in future panels, and get to know everyone else in the program. This training is AS CLOSE TO MANDATORY AS POSSIBLE for continuing with the Speaking Out program.
We will hold other trainings this year, If you can't make this training, please schedule a time to talk with Desi about other options at email@example.com.
Out Boulder County & Safe Shelter of St. Vrain Valley
303.772.0432 x 107
Repeats every week every Tuesday until Tue Sep 25 2018.
Tuesday, January 23, 2018 -
10:00am to 12:00pm
A Safe Shelter Advocate from Safe Shelter of St. Vrain Valley will provide a regular weekly presence at the Longmont Out Boulder County (OBC) office (630 Main St), as well as the other three partner offices, to increase access to safety planning, crisis intervention, support, education, and community referrals for individuals of all gender identities or sexual orientations impacted by relationship abuse. Advocates will also meet with individuals at other locations of their choosing to ensure anonymity, safety or other considerations.
Repeats every week every Tuesday until Tue Dec 18 2018 except Tue Jan 09 2018, Tue Feb 13 2018, Tue Mar 13 2018, Tue Apr 10 2018, Tue May 08 2018, Tue Jun 12 2018, Tue Jul 10 2018, Tue Aug 14 2018, Tue Sep 11 2018, Tue Oct 09 2018, Tue Nov 13 2018, Tue Dec 11 2018.
Tuesday, January 2, 2018 -
6:00pm to 7:30pm
What we do: we come into a safe(r) space to be creative and write. Express ourselves artistically and verbally. Create a community of people with self expression and interaction knowing that it is an all inclusive space.
It was 1985 and I was walking down Castro Street toward Market on a gorgeous June San Francisco day. I had graduated from High School in Houston, Texas just a week earlier and now I was surrounded by the exact opposite of where I had grown up – a liberal fantasyland which felt truly unreal – yet it wasn’t the rainbow flag festooned boulevard then that it is today; instead, black bunting and sorrow ruled the neighborhood.