All our programs have been fully operational throughout the pandemic. We have responded to the increased need for services within the LGBTQIA+ youth community by throwing open virtual peer support groups to any youth in Alameda County. Our YouThrive and North Bay Community Counseling programs continue to support our BIPOC communities through individual and group work. TAY Space and Real Alternatives continue to address the critical needs of foster and homeless youth who may not have a place to call home because of family strife, deaths, or families’ inability to accept them due to their identities, among a variety of other issues. The Hunt School has worked diligently to provide in-person learning and support throughout the pandemic.
We are proud to be in alignment with the call to action by the Surgeon General. We are prouder that we were already doing so even before the pandemic, to ensure that we provide this basic human right that we believe all should have.