Religion and Spirituality Among LGBTQ Youth
DEC. 21, 2022 — One in five LGBTQ youth reported that their religion or spirituality is important or very important to them.
2022 U.S. National Survey on LGBTQ Youth Mental Health by State
DEC. 15, 2022 — For the first time, this new report presents findings on the experiences of thousands of LGBTQ youth in the U.S., segmented by all 50 states.
Protectiveness of Family Sexual Orientation Support
NOV. 30, 2022 — 3 in 4 LGBTQ youth who were out reported having at least one family member who supports their sexual orientation.
Age of Sexual Orientation Outness and Suicide Risk
OCT. 10, 2022 — These data serve as a call to action for the people in LGBTQ youth’s lives — parents, family members, teachers, doctors, and other direct service providers — to create affirming environments where LGBTQ youth can feel safe and supported coming out.
Suicide Risk and Access to Care Among LGBTQ College Students
SEP. 28, 2022 — LGBTQ college students with access to mental health services through their college had 84% lower odds of attempting suicide in the past year compared to LGBTQ college students without access.
Mental Health Among LGBTQ Youth with a Parent in the Military
AUG. 31, 2022 — LGBTQ youth who reported having a parent currently in the military had significantly higher rates of mental health challenges and suicide risk.