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.
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.