Our Mission

To end suicide among lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer 
& questioning young people.

Our Vision

A world where all LGBTQ young 
people see a bright future 
for themselves.

Our Goal

To serve 1.8 million crisis contacts annually, by the end of our 25th year, while continuing to innovate on our core services.

Our Five Key Programs

We aim to achieve this through our core group of programs.

Crisis Services

Direct suicide prevention and crisis intervention services to support via phone, text, and chat.

Peer Support

The world’s largest, safe-space social networking community.

Research

Evaluations that significantly improve our services and field.

Public Education

Educating around issues relevant to LGBTQ youth 
and allies.

Advocacy

Fighting for policies and laws that protect LGBTQ youth.

Crisis Services

Direct suicide prevention and crisis intervention services to support via phone, text, and chat.

Peer Support

The world’s largest, safe-space social networking community.

Research

Evaluations that significantly improve our services and field.

Public Education

Educating around issues relevant to LGBTQ youth 
and allies.

Advocacy

Fighting for policies and laws that protect LGBTQ youth.

Guiding Principles

These principles help us make important decisions about everything from programs to campaigns, to events, to staffing.

Diversity & Inclusion Youth-centricity Growth Quality Innovation Best-In-Class Team

This crisis touches every town, city, and state.

The Trevor Project estimates that there are over 1.8 million LGBTQ youth in the United States seriously considering suicide each year.

LGBTQ youth suicide map
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