Our community partners help us do the work that we do. They include the Metro Trans Umbrella Group (MTUG), Trans Queer Flat (TQF), Trans Education Service (TES), St. Louis Anti-Violence Project (STLAVP), Black Pride, PrideSTL, PROMO, Civil Rights Enforcement Agency (CREA), American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU-MO), NCCJ St. Louis, Safe Connections, YWCA, National Council for Alcoholism and Drug Abuse (NCADA), Independence Center, Provident Crisis Services (PCS), Kids Under Twenty One, Behavioral Health Response (BHR), and others. If you or your organization is interested in connecting with us, providing a training session, or introducing your resource to our helpline volunteers, please complete this form and we'll be in touch.
This form is for fellow organizations who would like to collaborate with SQSH. If you'd like to submit a question, comment, or concern to us, please visit our General Inquiries Contact Form here:
Your full preferred name?
Please provide the preferred name of a contact person at your organization. This will allow us to more quickly correspond with your organization.
Please provide your pronouns so we may accurately and respectfully refer to you in our communications.
What email can we reach you at?
If possible, please provide an email from someone at your organization. As an alternative, any organization email is accepted.
What phone number can we reach you at?
If possible, please provide the phone number (and extension if applicable) from someone at your organization. As an alternative, any organization phone number is accepted.
What is the name of your organization?
Please write the full name of your organization. No acronyms please.
Does your organization have a website?
If yes, please select OTHER and paste the URL or your website.
Which of the following ways to collaborate are you interested in?
Feel free to select more than one option.
Exchanging best practices and experience serving the St. Louis region
Providing mutual publicity to expand each others' reach into St. Louis communities
Coordinating mutual referral protocols between SQSH and your organization
Providing a training session for SQSH Helpline Volunteers
Providing a guest speaker with relevant lived experiences to chat with our SQSH Helpline Volunteers
Introducing your resource or organization to SQSH Helpline Volunteers
Signing a MOU with SQSH to provide mutual ongoing support in any of the above ways
Thank you, we'll get in touch as soon as possible!
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