DESTINATION TOMORROW’S support programs
Dynamic community conversations happen in spaces carved for us by us. Led by queer and transgender facilitators, our meet-ups offer opportunities for folks to build together through shared lived experience, via creative expression (Healing Through the Arts), and addressing mental health, identity and shared lives experience among peers. All of our support groups are
is an engaging group discussion about current events that impact the lives of those in the TGNC community. This group meets every Wednesday and Friday from 5:30pm-7: 30 pm. Lead by the Legendary Javon Egypt, this thought-provoking group will keep you informed and entertained.
HEALING THRU ART
is a therapeutic group that allows creative expression thru various forms of artistry. From sculpting too, water paints to poetry to an open mic night, nothing is off limits when it comes to giving voice to our participants.
is a group discussion led by members of the group. It is an affirming space to discuss any and everything.
BOIS DO CRY
This group is for our trans masculine brother and is designed to discuss life experiences while transitioning. Some of the topics in the past have been addressing toxic masculinity and the need for mentorship during one’s transition. This thought-provoking group builds bridges, empowering men of trans experience.
#DaHangout is a group for youth between the ages of 17 to 24. All gender identities and sexual orientations are welcome to come together and hangout.
My Sisters Corner
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BRONX, New York (WABC) -- 1.6 million young people are homeless in the United States every year... 40% of them identify as LGBTQ (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer). "I was living in the streets out here in the Bronx - I was kicked out of my family house in...
Sean Coleman, executive director for Destination Tomorrow, and Steve Garibell, Vice President of LGBTQ+ Business Development at TD Bank, joins Cheddar to discuss bringing financial literacy, GED programs, and job readiness to the LGBTQ+ community in the Bronx.
By Rick Rojas Shyloh Mugler Curet’s home, a Bronx apartment she shares with her 83-year-old grandmother, has not always felt like one. She faced rejection from her family when she came out as gay. “Keep it to yourself,” some relatives told her. Several years...
Press Release FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Sean Coleman, Destination Tomorrow, Executive Director Contact number: 718-288-2677 Email Email: firstname.lastname@example.org DESTINATION TOMORROW, TO OPEN THE BRONX LGBTQ CENTER Bronx, New York (August 15, 2018) – Destination...
Sean Coleman interview about Destination Tomorrow by Ballroom Throwbacks Television - BRTBTV
In honor of Pride Month, Borough President, Ruben Diaz Jr. and representatives of the community raise the rainbow flag. Ruben Diaz Jr., George Silver, Audrey DeJesus, Sean Coleman Bronx Pride New Beginning, Destination Tomorrow.
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