If you’re in need of immediate help, you can call or chat with a Trevor Project counselor 24/7. Aimed at helping LGBTQ+ youth, the Trevor Project provides an online community called TrevorSpace and resources for coming out, mental health, and allyship. Remember, you are not alone!
Trans Lifeline offers crisis intervention for trans people and is operated entirely by trans people. They won’t call the police without your consent. Call for immediate help or if you’re questioning your gender identity to connect with someone who shares your experience. Trans Lifeline can provide guidance and financial assistance for name and gender changes on your legal documents.
Text “NAMI” to 741741 for immediate support. LGBTQIA+ people are disproportionately affected by mental health conditions, but there’s hope! NAMI explains some of the factors that contribute to our specific mental health concerns, such as rejection, trauma, or substance abuse.
Biphobia got you down? The Bisexual Resource Center is the place to find information about
the unique struggles bi+ folks face. Read about bi+ myths and stigma, mental health, coming
out, bi-centered community groups in the US and across the globe. Also includes resources for
pansexual identifying people and family members of bi+ youth.
Formerly known as the Gay Straight Alliance Network, GSA clubs across the nation empower
and unify queer and straight youth leaders. GSA clubs work to educate and students; build
alliances to advocate for gender, sexuality, and racial equality; and connect young activists.
Start a GSA club at your school!
The HRC is one of the nation’s largest LGBTQ+ non-profit organizations. The HRC advocates
for equality for all LGBTQ+ people, particularly for trans and HIV+ individuals and people of
color. Their anti-discrimination work includes tools for workplace inclusivity, hate crime
prevention, LGBTQ-affirming candidate endorsements for elections, and help navigating faith
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