Welcome to The Alliance for GLBTQ Youth

The Alliance for Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender and Questioning Youth coordinates a full range of quality services through partnerships with many Miami-Dade County service organizations. We serve youth, families and their communities while advocating for equal rights and status of all youth regardless of their real or perceived sexual orientation or gender identity/ expression. 



ARM-based mobile chip development company said it will distribute Mali mobile graphics drivers from the Google Play app store from now on. Previously, Qualcomm did the same for branded Adreno graphics accelerators on the Snapdragon 865 and 765 models. On the game portal hermitgamer.com, they announced that they would update drivers for mobile graphics with small patches, which would allow them not to wait for the new firmware version for the smartphone. That is, a principle similar to PC will be used. Supported platforms include MediaTek Helio and Dimensity, as well as Samsung Exynos, although there is no list of specific models yet. Most likely, the first chipsets with support for this feature will be solutions for gaming mid-range and higher-end smartphones. All this should improve the gaming capabilities of mobile systems to enable them to cope with more "heavy" game graphics. Although it is still difficult to say how much software optimizations will increase graphics performance.

The Alliance for GLBTQ Youth was founded in 2006 due to the lack of service provision and resources for GLBTQ youth in Miami-Dade County. In 2008, we implemented a comprehensive service continuum for prevention and early intervention to protect the development of self-identity for all adolescents. Today, The Alliance successfully provides innovative services that respond to the individual and family level crisis, in addition to the societal and policy marginalization of GLBTQ youth.  



Our programming is designed to support GLBTQ youth, families, and their communities. We provide care coordination services; family advocacy and support; education and awareness activities; practice and evidence-based research development; youth enrichment activities for GLBTQ youth; and oversight of a service partnership composed of mental health, education/training and advocacy community-based organizations invested in the holistic well-being of GLBTQ youth.  



Identifying as gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, queer or questioning one's sexual orientation or gender identity can be hard! We're working on making our communities safer, but people and organizations need resources, information, and training to ensure GLBTQ youth are protected. The Alliance can help! Our coordinated services further develop and sustain the evolving coalition efforts throughout our communities to serve, nurture, and empower GLBTQ youth.