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Announcing the New and Improved 40 to None Network

Forty to None Network

We’re excited to announce that after a long, long, long wait, we’ve finally launched our 40 to None Network member portal! That means members can now log into our website, communicate with other professionals across the country, access important resources, and more!

Until now the 40 to None Network has primarily functioned as a monthly e-newsletter. We definitely plan to keep that going, but now members will also have exclusive access to:

  • Online Discussion Groups: Network members can now discuss a wide range of topics pertaining to LGBT youth homelessness. Discussions cover everything from creating inclusive spaces to best practices for serving LGBTQ youth to discussing room and ride shares for our upcoming Forty to None Summit in Houston, TX!
  • Member DirectoryNetwork members can find other awesome people doing awesome things to address LGBT youth homelessness. There’s even a Twitter-style activity feed.
  • True Inclusion Directory: Our new and improved directory of inclusive and affirming service providers is now available on truecolorsunited.org! Folks who work at service providers, can now add/edit/claim their organization’s listing(s) in our True Inclusion Directory through their Network accounts. We’ve also added the ability for organizations to list multiple locations, so young people and other providers can easily find the services they need.
  • Conference & Workshop Directory: Network members now have the ability to submit listings for upcoming conferences & workshops.
  • True U (coming soon): Soon, Network members will have exclusive access to our online training platform! Whereas in-person trainings, conferences, and webinars are limited in scope, True U provides a personalized experience that will allow members to learn at their own pace.

There’s plenty more where that came from. Stay tuned!

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