Suicide Prevention Graphics
These shareable guides and posters allow all to take part in raising awareness about suicide prevention, either digitally or in the classroom.
When people are in crisis at home, school, or in public, this guide offers self-care tips and Trevor’s resources so that they can turn to safety instead of self-harm.
Share on Social: Your mental health matters. Practice #SelfCare with @trevorproject’s Self-Care Guide TheTrevorProject.org/SaveLGBTQLives #YouAreNotAlone
Suicide Prevention Guide
When people are unsure about how to offer help to those who are feeling suicidal, or if people in crisis don’t know how to ask for help, we offer ways to connect, communicate, and show care in this guide.
Share on Social: You too can #SaveLGBTQLives. Share @trevorproject’s #NationalSuicidePreventionMonth guide: TheTrevorProject.org/SaveLGBTQLives #YouAreNotAlone
Back to School Guide
Going back to school can be difficult for LGBTQ youth who may not have a support system in the classroom. In this guide, we offer ways for schools, classmates, teachers, and youth-serving professionals to offer support and a more welcoming environment to LGBTQ youth.
Share on Social: Share how schools can be more supportive for #LGBTQ youth with @trevorproject’s #BacktoSchool Guide TheTrevorProject.org/SaveLGBTQLives #YouAreNotAlone
Share any of the social media messages below to support our lifesaving resources during National Suicide Prevention Month.
#LGBTQ youth are the future. Share @trevorproject’s lifesaving resources for National Suicide Prevention Month TheTrevorProject.org/SaveLGBTQLives
During National Suicide Prevention Month, share @trevorproject’s lifesaving resources: TheTrevorProject.org/SaveLGBTQLives #YouAreNotAlone
You too can save a life. Share @trevorproject’s lifesaving resources with your community: TheTrevorProject.org/SaveLGBTQLives #YouAreNotAlone