BIPOC Mental Health Awareness Month

July is BIPOC Mental Health Awareness Month, and we’re leading with data from our 2024 National Survey on how BIPOC young people are accessing resources, perceiving harmful laws, and talking about mental health.

About The Trevor Project

The Trevor Project’s mission is to end suicide among LGBTQ+ young people.

Crisis Support

One accepting adult decreases the risk of suicide by 40% for LGBTQ+ young people. We provide LGBTQ+ youth with 24/7 crisis counseling via phone, text, and chat.

See Our Impact
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Legislation, movements, education, and more — there is so much we do every day to change our world for the better.

See Our Movements
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Our original research is examined, in depth, through the lens of intersectionality by way of our national survey, research briefs & reports, and peer-reviewed journal articles.

Explore Our Findings
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The more everyone understands the challenges facing young LGBTQ+ people, the faster we 
can solve them.

Resources for Parents & Teachers
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Your donations save 
and change lives.

Your money has a direct impact on our ability to provide life-saving counseling services to LGBTQ+ young people.

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We advocate 
for change.

Our advocacy programs span the country, and include various types of legislation and education.

Bills passed in the 
last 10 years.
Movements you 
can join.
LGBTQ youth suicide map

How you can help support The Trevor Project.

The Trevor Project estimates that more than 1.8 million LGBTQ+ young people seriously consider suicide each year in the U.S. and could benefit from our services. Our trained counselors connect with LGBTQ young people 24/7, 365 days a year. Learn more about how you can provide peer support for The Trevor Project below.

250K +

Calls, Chats, and Texts

In the Past Year

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Be a fundraiser.

Donate for your birthday or just use your social channels to gather friends and loved ones in support of your cause.

Fundraise Now
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Volunteer your time.

Our volunteer support teams are the most vital force behind everything we do. Explore opportunities to become a trained Trevor counselor.

Volunteer Now