Latest Research

We are committed to producing innovative research that brings knowledge and clinical implications to the field of suicide research. We accomplish this by leading the development, execution, and analysis of survey data collected from LGBTQ young people. We translate these findings to inform evidence-based policies and practices.

Age of Gender Identity Outness and Suicide Risk
MAR. 29, 2023 — Transgender and nonbinary young people who came out about their gender identity and had high family support reported lower rates of considering and attempting suicide in the past year.
Mental Health of Black Transgender and Nonbinary Young People
FEB. 28, 2023 — One in four Black transgender and nonbinary young people reported a suicide attempt in the past year.
LGBTQ Youth and Body Dissatisfaction
JAN. 30, 2023 — LGBTQ youth with body dissatisfaction reported twice the odds of attempting suicide in the past year.
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.

National Survey on LGBTQ Youth Mental Health

Amplifying the experiences of nearly 34,000 LGBTQ youth (ages 13-24) across the United States — with 45% of respondents being LGBTQ youth of color and 48% being transgender or nonbinary — our fourth annual survey is one of the largest and most diverse surveys of LGBTQ youth ever conducted.


of LGBTQ youth seriously considered attempting suicide in the past year. Nearly 1 in 5 transgender and nonbinary youth attempted suicide and LGBTQ youth of color reported higher rates than their white peers.


of LGBTQ youth who wanted mental health care in the past year were not able to get it.


of LGBTQ youth reported that they have experienced discrimination based on their sexual orientation or gender identity at least once in their lifetime.

Research Collaboration

We, currently, don’t have additional capacity to partner on research studies or papers. We anticipate this changing at some point in the future as the Research team grows.