The Trevor Project
Crisis & Suicide Prevention for LGBTQ Youth
The Trevor Project is the leading national organization providing crisis intervention and suicide prevention services to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and questioning youth.
The Trevor Project operates several programs in order to provide life-saving and life-affirming resources for LGBTQ youth and to create safe, accepting and inclusive environments for all young people, regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity:
The 24/7 Trevor Lifeline: 866.488.7386 The only accredited, nationwide, around-the-clock crisis and suicide prevention helpline for LGBTQ youth. If you or a friend are feeling lost or alone, call The Trevor Helpline. There is hope, there is help.
Lifeguard Facilitation Workshop: A structured, age-appropriate curriculum with trained facilitators to address topics including: examining the impact of language and actions on the experiences and mental health of young LGBTQ people; recognizing the warning signs of depression and suicide among young people and their peers; responding to those warning signs in a way that keeps all young people safe. A FREE service provided by our national volunteers, to area schools, universities, community centers and everwhere in between. Looking to volunteer with us in Captial District area, contact: email@example.com
AskTrevor: An online, non-time sensitive question and answer resource for young people with questions surrounding sexual orientation and gender identity.
TrevorChat: A secure online messaging service that provides live help through this website. TrevorChat is only intended to assist those who are not at risk for suicide. It's available on Mondays and Fridays between the hours of 4:00 PM and 10:00 PM. Connect with a volunteer who can support you with your concerns and questions.
Trevorspace: An online, social networking community for LGBTQ youth ages 13 through 24 and their friends and allies. Youth can create personal profiles and connect with other young people throughout the country, as well as find resources within their communities.