Safe Places

The Safe Places program at Toledo Law is now run through the main campus Office of LGBT Initiatives, with the collaboration of OUTLaw.

From UT's main campus Safe Places website:

The Safe Places Program invites faculty, staff, graduate assistants, and resident advisors to open their space as a Safe Place for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Questioning (LGBTQ) individuals and their straight Allies, providing support, a listening ear, and a welcome environment by serving as a resource, an educator, and an advocate for a climate that not only tolerates but embraces diversity.

Safe Places strives to create a community of support and progressive change emblematic of UT's commitment to the betterment of the human condition, and to celebrating diversity in all its wonderful variety.

Safe Places participants promise to respect the confidentiality of any students who may wish to speak with them.

100% of the Toledo Law administration, including Admissions and Career Services, are Safe Places participants, as are 86% of the full-time faculty.  Several leaders of student groups, including the Student Bar Association, also are participants.

Please visit our Safe Places Directory to see a listing of the faculty, staff, and student groups currently participating in the program.

Additionally, the OUTLaw Safe Places Resource Packet contains a listing of local LGBT-friendly resources, including counseling, support groups, hotlines, HIV/AIDS resources, and welcoming faith communities.
Subpages (1): Safe Places Directory
Emily Wendel,
Jan 20, 2011, 8:24 AM