What should the service I commission provide?

  1. Demonstrable experience of working specifically with LGBTQ+ young people
  2. In-service provision of LGBTQ+ specific resources and inclusion policies
  3. Connection with, or detailed plan to develop, LGBTQ+ networks to facilitate signposting to and from LGBTQ+ specific services


Queer Futures 2 What Works NHS Commissioning Guidance

Queer Futures 2 – Commissioning Guidance Slides

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Clara* (staff member) said “groups targeting different ages and obviously trans and gender diversity in addition to LGB, a very inclusive welcoming environment, supporting young people accessing, and continuing to access and feeling able to get that support. Having visual representations, so that’s very obvious to people when they come into the centre.”

*These quotations use pseudonyms and have been anonymised to protect participant’s identity.

Queer Futures 2 Newsletter

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