Resilience and Mental Health Among LGBTQ Youth
JUN. 28, 2022 — Higher resilience was consistently associated with better mental health outcomes including decreased risk for anxiety, depression, and suicide attempts in the past year among LGBTQ youth.
Behaviors of Supportive Parents and Caregivers for LGBTQ Youth
MAY. 31, 2022 — Supportive actions taken by parents and caregivers were associated with lower suicide risk among LGBTQ youth.
Mental Health Among Autistic LGBTQ Youth
APR. 29, 2022 — LGBTQ youth who diagnosed with autism had over 50% greater odds of attempting suicide in the past year compared to those who had never been diagnosed with autism.
The Mental Health and Well-Being of Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) LGBTQ Youth
APR. 28, 2022 — This report is one of the first to explore the mental health and well-being of LGBTQ youth who are Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) and provide findings specific to six major AAPI origin groups. It uses data from a national sample of nearly 3,600 AAPI LGBTQ youth ages 13–24 who participated in The Trevor Project’s 2021 National Survey on LGBTQ Youth Mental Health.
Mental Health of Deaf* LGBTQ Youth
MAR. 28, 2022 — Deaf* LGBTQ youth reported significantly higher odds of symptoms of depression in the last two weeks, considering suicide in the last year, or attempting suicide in the last year.
Eating Disorders among LGBTQ Youth
FEB. 17, 2022 — LGBTQ youth who have been diagnosed with an eating disorder reported nearly four times greater odds of attempting suicide in the past year compared to those who never had, or suspected they had, an eating disorder.