D.C. Signs First Law in the Nation to Require a School Suicide Policy To Address LGBTQ Youth Needs

According to the Centers for Disease Control’s Youth Risk Behavior Survey in 2012, nearly 15% of the District of Columbia’s students ages 11-17 had contemplated […]


TN’s HB 1840 Negatively Impacts The Mental Health of LGBTQ Youth

The homophobia and transphobia infused in Tennessee’s House Bill 1840 is a disgrace to the mental health community. Denying mental health services to any person […]


Statement from Abbe Land: “Religious Freedom” Bills Won’t Stop Us From Making Change in Schools

It’s been a week of advocacy victories at The Trevor Project. On April 5, 2016, we helped Council Member David Grosso pass bill 21-361, which […]


DC Passes First Bill in the Nation Requiring a School Suicide Policy To Address Needs of LGBTQ Youth

According to the Centers for Disease Control’s Youth Risk Behavior Survey in 2012, nearly 15% of the District of Columbia’s students ages 11-17 had contemplated […]


Statement from Abbe Land: Georgia Vetoes Anti-LGBTQ Bill

We are grateful that Governor Nathan Deal has vetoed House Bill 757, a policy which would have made it possible for faith-based organizations and businesses […]


LGBTQ Advocacy Updates

February and March have been months of change for the LGBTQ community, despite the anti-LGBTQ bills we’ve seen in Missouri, Georgia, and North Carolina. While we are outraged […]


Statement from Abbe Land: North Carolina Passes Anti-LGBTQ Law

We join thousands of human rights advocates in expressing outrage over the passage of HB 2, which invalidates all LGBTQ protections throughout North Carolina, including prohibiting […]


Statement from Abbe Land: South Dakota Governor Vetoes Anti-Trans Student Bathroom Bill

As one of the leaders in advocacy and policy change for LGBTQ youth, The Trevor Project applauds Governor Dennis Dauggard for vetoing HB 1008, a […]


The Lifeguard Workshop: Trevor’s New Online Education Resource

At The Trevor Project, we know one supportive person can make a difference in an LGBTQ young person’s life. We also know that it can […]


Trevor Helps Introduce the D.C. Youth Suicide Prevention & School Climate Survey Act

According to the Centers for Disease Control’s Youth Risk Behavior Survey in 2012, nearly 15% of the District of Columbia’s students ages 11-17 had contemplated suicide […]