20-40% of all homeless youth self-identify as LGBTQ. A disproportionate number of them also end up in the juvenile justice system. LifeTies staff member John Mikytuck reported on this double tragedy for IN THE LIFE, PBS’s longest-running show about the LGBT community.
Triad House, New Jersey’s only group home for abused and homeless LGBT youth, in partnership with GLOBAL, BGLASS, PRISM and LGBTF, is holding the 2nd Annual Triad House Ball on Saturday, May, 11th at Hangar One, Ronson Aviation, Trenton-Mercer Airport. CAZWELL, rapper and singer, will be our featured performer for the event. The BALL is [...]
“Society slowly, ever so slowly, is moving toward acknowledgment that not every one fits within the safe, sure contours of Norman Rockwell’s vision. There is increasing acceptance of those who band together under the acronym LGBT — lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender individuals who, in many cases, have had to hide their identity….click to read [...]
The Trenton Times featured a front page story on Triad House. “Home for Troubled Teens,” by Joyce Persico, was published on Wed., Nov 23rd and used quotes from Mary Inzana, LifeTies Founder, Tamra Hooks, Triad House Program Director and John Mikytuck, Dir. of Development. Several quotes by former Triad residents were also used. Time’s photographer [...]