COVID-19 closure

Due to the rapidly changing environment around COVID-19 and to ensure the health & wellbeing of our service users, staff and the broader community, we have made the decision to close face to face services including Drop InOut West and Social Saturday until further notice.

We’ll update the website and social media (Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram) as the situation evolves.

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Drop In (ages 12 - 25)

A place to come, hang out, do the things you need to do and meet other people

Drop In (ages 12 – 25 years)

Who can come?  anyone 12 – 25 who is LGBTIQA+
 Format: An unstructured social space
When: 2:00pm – 5:00pm Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday (not Wednesday)
Where: Twenty10 Incorporating GLCS NSW, 37 Shepherd St, Chippendale (cnr Rose St)
Cost: FREE!
 Accessibility: Read more.
RSVP: Nope, just show up!

LGBTIQA person plays XBox at the Twenty10 Drop In Service in Sydney.

What happens?

The idea of Drop In is to have a safe space to hang out and socialise.

Drop In has free food and free WIFI!

During Drop In you can get something to eat and drink, use the computers, play the Xbox or Wii, watch a film, use our laundry, have a shower, chat with other young people or chat with a worker about some of the things that are happening in your life.

When accessing Drop In, you are required to follow our Safer Space Guidelines. 

We also offer free Health and Legal Clinics.

If you, your parents or the support people in your life have any questions, contact us.

Being able to meet like-minded youth and staff that I can learn from. Relaxing with a cup of tea
Zack, 23

Access to heaps of different types of support in one place.
Tyler, 19

An opportunity is provided for young persons to access the drop in centre and become acquainted with other like minded individuals and people who identify with different beliefs and values. The Safer Space Guidelines encourage healthy and enlightening conversations.
J., 25

Other Groups and Services

LGBTIQA Young people accesses support and advice for health, mental health at Twenty10 Health Clinic

OUTPatient Health Clinic

(ages 12 – 25)

A free and confidential clinic offering primary health care, advice and referrals.

LGBTIQA Young person accesses free, Legal Advice about Police matters, Discrimination, Homophobia, Transphobia in Sydney.

ICLC Legal Clinic

(ages 12 – 25)

Need free legal advice? Your rights? Fines? Police matters? Want to chat about legal issues?

LGBTIQA people enjoy social support group at Twenty10 Sydney

Social Support

(all ages over 12)

Find out more about our social support and peer-led groups for different age groups.

LGBTIQA enjoy meal at Youth Social Support Group, Sydney.

Monthly Dinner

(ages 20 – 27)

A monthly social event for young people who are in their early-mid 20s

LGBTIQA people get support and chat on Qlife helpline and webchat

QLife Phone Support & Webchat

(all ages over 12)

3pm – Midnight, every day

Our Calendar

(all ages)

Find out what’s on this week, this month and in the future.