Oasis Youth Center
2215 Pacific Avenue
Accessible bus routes: 1, 41, 42, 53, 102, 400, 500, 501.
If you are riding the Tacoma Link Light Rail, get off at Union Station and walk to 22nd.
Oasis enhances and sustains the health and well-being of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and questioning (LGBTQ) youth by saving individual lives, building community, and developing young leaders who can change the world. Oasis is a youth-adult partnership in which young people and adults come together for shared teaching, learning and action. Oasis is fiscally sponsored by the Pierce County AIDS Foundation.
HOURS: Drop-in hours are for LGBTQ youth ages 14-24:
Mondays (5:30-8:30 for leadership development)
Thursdays and Fridays (4-10 pm)
7625 Central Valley Rd NW
Bremerton, WA 98310
Under the same roof as the Family of God Lutheran Church
The Q center, a program of Q Youth Resources, is a safe place for all youth between the ages of 13-20, especially those who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, questioning (LGBTQ) and straight allies. We offer positive adult influence, peer support, social activities, educational workshops, and more. Our mission is to empower youth to make healthy choices and create safe spaces.
HOURS: Drop-In Fridays 6-10pm
My Purple Umbrella
The mission of “My Purple Umbrella” is to provide a fun, loving, safe and creative environment for gender independent children 13 and under through play. MPU also provides a support network for families and caretakers. MPU kids “PLAY FREE!”
Community Youth Services
711 State Ave NE
Olympia, WA 98506
Community Youth Services has helped children, teens and young adults survive some of society’s harshest realities: homelessness, abuse, poverty, crime. Through a continuum of interrelated programs, we enable young people to reach the ultimate goals of safety, stability, self-sufficiency, and belonging. Nearly three thousand youth – and their families – are served by Community Youth Services annually.
Rosie’s Place Drop In & Resource Center is available for youth and young adults ages 12-21 to help get their basic needs met: food, clothing, hygiene and health supplies, survival/camping gear, case management, and community resources and referrals.
HOURS: Rosie’s Place Drop In:
Monday and Wednesday 8-12, 1-4:30
Tuesday and Friday 9:30-12, 1-4:30
P.O. Box 7383
Olympia, WA 98507
SY is an organization of youth, activists, and allies that empower gay, bisexual, trans, queer, questioning, intersex, and asexual youth to speak for themselves, educate their communities, and support each other. Stonewall youth is an organization for youth up to the age of 21.
HOURS: Drop-in Wednesdays 3-5pm; Fridays 4-8pm
Support Group Wednesdays 5-7pm