What is Safe Zone?

Safe Zone is a program that trains individuals in understanding LGBTQ+ topics and how to be effective allies for LGBTQ+ people. This training does not assume any prior knowledge.

Why Safe Zone?

LGBTQ+ youth face substantial challenges that place them at risk. Nationally, fully 40% of homeless teens identify as LGBTQ. According to the Gay Lesbian Student Education Network’s (GLSEN’s) 2017 State Snapshot of North Carolina, 72% of LGBTQ students reported being verbally harassed, 27% of LGBTQ students reported being physically harassed, and 14% of LGBTQ students reported being physically assaulted at school because of their sexual orientation.

2021 Trainings

Fayetteville Academy

Safe Zone Training

Review Rating 5.8/6

Campbell University

LGBTQ+ 101 Training
Review Rating 6/6

Prior Trainings

– Pinecrest High School
– The O’Neil School
– School Mental Health Initiative (Collaboration of 11 Counties)
– League of Women Voters of Moore County