It is with great pleasure we announce Inside Out Youth Services has found a new home at 412 S. Tejon!


Thanks to the amazing community we live in and to everyone who gave in 2013 who made this move possible. Thank you for providing the lesbian, gay, transgender, intersex, and questioning youth we serve in our community with what they most need: a home for our programs.

We are beyond excited to be back downtown, and with the move comes a great deal of opportunity and responsibility. For the first time, we will be in a location clearly visible to our community to experience, see and learn about the work we have been doing since 1990.

We also write with a special request. We are seeking financial contributions to help build an office cubicle in our new space. Our office is not just used as a work station for staff, but for volunteers to speak with youth who have had a bad day or are in crisis situations, confidential HIV testing and for providing referrals.

We would like to take a moment to thank our volunteers, they are the beating heart and keep Inside Out Youth Services thriving.

Organizations who stepped up when we were in crisis Rocky Mountain PBS Tim Gill Center for Public Media for allowing programs to take place at their location including our Annual Thanksgiving Dinner, Citizens Project for allowing staff to office in their space, and to Kristy Milligan, Executive Director of Citizens Project, for taking a crucial support role during our transition.

Last but not least, we would like to thank the youth who attend Inside Out Youth Services. Their courage, resilience and strength have been an inspiration to us all.

Have a Happy New Year!



Eric Pizana
Volunteer and Program Manager
Inside Out Youth Services