LGBTQ youth in Colorado report hearing anti-LGBTQ remarks regularly, being bullied at school, facing verbal abuse based on their sexual orientation and/or gender expression, living in unaccepting communities, and feeling isolated. Some youth in Colorado have access to supportive programs, while others, particularly in rural areas, lack access or awareness of culturally-competent or affirming mental health and community programs designed to provide the proper support. At Youth Seen, we understand the power of community and are dedicated to providing support for QTBIPoC/QTPoC/LGBTQ communities through healing centered engagement and by acknowledging the individual experiences of the folx that we work with. Our role is to prioritize the health of our community as a critical step in fighting stigma, bullying, abuse, and social isolation and therein lies the power of our community. The power to heal. The power to build. The power to be ourselves.