Here are websites LGBTQ youth can visit to find healthcare or get more information.
Questions about your sexual health?
Visit Advocates for Youth: advocatesforyouth.org
Want support for your friends or family?
Visit the TransYouth Family Allies at imatyfa.org or Parents and Friends of Lesbians and Gays (PFLAG) for lists of organizations and local support groups pflag.org.
Want to help make changes at school?
Find resources at GSA Network gsanetwork.org or Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network glsen.org.
Want a safe place to call for information, referrals and support?
Try the Peer Listening Line, 617-267-2535 (toll free 800-399-PEER) or the GLBT National Help Center’s Youth Talkline at 800-246-PRIDE (7743).
Have you experienced violence or sexual assault?
Contact the Safe Homes Project at 800-621-HOPE (4673) or Llámanos Sexual Assault Hotline at 800-223-5001.
Have you run away from home or are you homeless?
Call the National Runaway Safeline for help at 800-786-2929, or visit 1800runaway.org.
Are you feeling sad or thinking about hurting yourself?
Call the Trevor Project’s Lifeline, 866-488-7386, or visit thetrevorproject.org.
Want to find LGBTQ affirming physicians and clinicians?
Use the “Find a provider” tool on the Gay and Lesbian Medical Association and World Professional Association for Transgender Health sites: glma.org and wpath.org.
Want additional support for your friends or family?
PFLAG, a national organization that unites people who are LGBTQ with families, friends and allies, publishes lists of organizations it partners with and local groups for support, education and advocacy: pflag.org.