The Warsaw House Foundation’s mission is to ensure that homeless LGBTQ youth are safe, healthy and have the tools needed to live independently.
Who we are
Homelessness among LGBTQ youth is an often-overlooked global issue. According to LGBTQ and homelessness organizations in Europe and the United States, up to 40 percent of homeless youth identify as LGBTQ.
LGBTQ young people in Poland are often rejected, bullied, abused, and/or forced out of their homes, most often by their own family. These young people often resort to crime and face increased risk for drug and substance abuse, HIV infection and suicide.
The Warsaw House Foundation will be a shelter, a safe haven, a place for psychological and physical healing as well as an education center that offers job readiness training and preparation for independent living.
We are proud that The Warsaw House Foundation’s partner and co-founder is the Ali Forney Center in New York City, which is the largest and most comprehensive program in the United States focused on helping homeless LGBTQ youth.
Smart Life Clinic is a unique place in Warsaw that offers holistic medical care in the areas of sexual, physical and mental health. The clinic focuses on modern methods of preventative care and treatment of STDs, civilization and metabolic diseases, mental health issues, substance abuse and addiction counseling.
What we do
The graphic lists the areas in which we provide support. We are currently at the stage of raising funds for its activities. We are going to accept the first people this year!
Please help us finance our activities.
Your or your company’s support, will help us protect
LBGTQ young people from the harms of homelessness.