Creating Safer Spaces

The Rainbow Optimist Club offers an original workshop for community organizations and businesses called Creating a Safer Space for the LGBT2Q+ Communities.​

A safe space is a place or environment in which a person can feel confident that they will not be exposed to discrimination, criticism, harassment, or any other emotional or physical harm.  


The goal is to teach people how to create a safer space, a space where people can find themselves represented and reflected, and where they understand that all people are treated with respect and dignity.


People and organizations that have completed the workshop can offer a space:

  • that is positive and safe;

  • where the people/staff have been trained to understand LGBT2Q+ issues and needs; 

  • and that understands the challenges and stigma faced by families.

Interested in more information?
Are you looking for virtual or in-person training?
Do you have a budget for the training?

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