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Summary

  • 70%+ of respondents think the 1-2-1 service should be offering specific mental health support, help with reporting hate crime, developing LGBT understanding, sex relationships education and support with school
  • Help with accessing other youth group spaces is also an important form of support for 65% of respondents

What type of support do you think the LGBTQ+ 1-2-1 service should be offering?

Base: Total sample (91)

This chart shows that:
77% of respondents think the LGBTQ+ 1-2-1 service should be offering specific mental health support
74% think the service should be offering help with reporting hate crime
74% think the service should be developing LGBT understanding
73% think the service should be offering sex relationships education (SRE)
70% think the service should be offering support with school
65% think the service should help with accessing other youth group spaces
59% think the service should be supporting socialisation
54% think the service should be offering general mentoring and guidance
8% think the service should be offering something else

This table shows other suggestions for the type of support the LGBTQ+ 1-2-1 service should be offering:
Accessing financial and housing advice
Education around consent and abuse (within SRE)
Education on self-care
Emotional support
Preventing the frequency of hate crimes
Guidance on navigating access to services
Support with unsupportive families / family education

wdt_ID Other suggestions
1 Accessing financial and housing advice
2 Education around consent and abuse (within SRE)
3 Education on self-care
4 Emotional support
5 Preventing the frequency of hate crimes
6 Guidance on navigating access to services
7 Support with unsupportive families / family education