Apple CEO Tim Cook and retired NBA All-Star Dwyane Wade joined Utah leaders Wednesday to announce the completion of a neighborhood advocacy group’s marketing campaign to construct new houses that present companies for LGBTQ youth within the U.S. West.

Encircle, a non-profit offering psychological well being companies for LGBTQ youth, has surpassed its purpose of elevating $8 million to construct eight new houses with areas in Arizona, Idaho, Nevada and Utah aimed toward offering secure areas and stopping teen suicide.

The ensuing controversy confirmed that tensions stay between the LGBTQ group and the state’s predominant religion.

Church students say the Salt Lake City-based religion taught that homosexuality could possibly be “cured” within the Seventies. The church has since mentioned homosexuality shouldn’t be a sin, although it stays against same-sex marriage and intimacy.