This page is dedicated to sharing information to help LGBTQ youth, seniors, and veterans focusing on suicide prevention and crisis intervention.
The Trevor Project is based in Los Angeles and New York, but the number below is for anyone and everyone, nationwide. Please, if you’re having a hard time and you don’t know what to do or who to talk to, call. If you know someone who may need this number, talk to them. If you don’t know anyone needing help you could still save a life — write the number on the bathroom mirror or tack it up on a bulletin board.
You never know who may need it, or when.
USA National Hotlines:
In alphabetical order
Billy DeFrank LGBT Community Center (Silicon Valley Area): 1-408-293-3040
LGBTQ Center (Samtokin 78): 552-7878
National Hotline serving everyone, not only the LGBTQ community: 1717
Safe Place (for all teens, LGBTQ & straight) 24-hour crisis & advice line: 502-635-5233
Missouri, St. Louis area:
LGBT Community Center: (314) 472-5428
Suicide.org’s page for PA (use Ctrl+F to find your city/county): http://www.suicide.org/hotlines/pennsylvania-suicide-hotlines.html
South Carolina, USA:
Click this link for long list of hotline numbers (if you’re in South Carolina and want to reach someone local, use Ctrl+F and search for your county.): http://www.suicidehotlines.com/southcarolina.html
Newcastle upon Tyne: 0191-281-0099
24 Hour Helpline: (703) 368-4141
Teenline: (703) 368-8069
Spanish 6pm – 10pm M-F: (703) 368-6544