A non-profit organization dedicated to ending cyber-assisted bullying by educating communities about the harmful effects of cyber abuse, providing support for bullying victims, promoting kindness, and supporting legislation that prohibits the cyberbullying of minors.
SAGA stands for San Antonio Gender Association.
The San Antonio Gender Association (SAGA) is dedicated to the exploration of issues involving gender identity, and to the advocacy of fair and just public policy for the wider GLBTQI+ community.
SAGA offers a welcoming and safe place for conversation, discussion, and support to transgender, gender nonconforming, non-binary, genderqueer, and intersex persons and to those who love and support them.
No matter what the stage of your personal journey, SAGA is here to offer support and fellowship for all.
Meets first Thursday of the month at 7pm at University Presbyterian Church. Meetings include opportunities for sharing in a safe, supporting environment and for informal conversation and refreshments. Personal information will remain confidential. Information of interest is presented during the second half of the meeting.
Texas Gay Straight Alliance Network is a statewide program that unites school-based Gay Straight Alliance (GSA) student clubs to one another through peer support, leadership development and training. The Texas GSA Network supports young people in starting, strengthening, and sustaining GSAs and builds their capacity to:
- Create safe environments in schools for students to support each other and learn about homophobia and other oppressions.
- Educate their school community about homophobia, gender identity, and sexual orientation issues.
- Fight discrimination, harassment, and violence in schools.
A San Antonio organization. What sets us apart from similar organizations is our commitment to excellence by our ability to meet people where they are: whether recovering and desiring change, or homeless, incarcerated, abused/neglected, isolated, actively addicted. We go where no one else will to get people tested and linked to care.
Being a teen isn't always easy. And if you're gay, bi, or otherwise different, sometimes life can really suck! But, always remember - there is hope and help. If you need someone to talk to, or help with an issue, check out the following resources:
Trevor Helpline for Gay and Lesbian Youth - 24/7 Helpline
1.866.4.U.TREVOR or 1.866.488.7386
Services are free and confidential. Telephone volunteers are in their teens and early twenties, and speak with teens and young adults up to the age of 25 about coming-out issues, relationship concerns, parent issues, school problems, HIV/AIDS, anxiety, safer-sex information, and lots more!
Mon-Fri, from 1p to 8p (pacific time)
Mon-Fri, from 4p to Midnight (eastern time)
Sat, from 9a to 2p (pacific time)
Sat, from 12p to 5p (eastern time)