LGBTQ And Thinking About Suicide? Reach Out: It's Okay To Ask For Help

Everyone needs help sometimes.

The holidays can be tough for anyone, but for many LGBTQ young people, the season can be a particularly dark and lonely time. That's why we think it's particularly important to provide vital resources for those at-risk groups who may be considering self-harm or suicide.

The Trevor Project describe themselves as "the leading national organization providing crisis intervention and suicide prevention services to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning youth." They maintain trained counselors 24/7 to answer calls from people in crisis or who just need help.

They can be reached at 866.488.7386.

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