15 Mental Health Resources For LGBTQ+ Community

Last Update on July 18, 2023 : Published on June 17, 2021
Mental Health Resources to support the LGBTQ

No matter how hard we allies try to support the LGBTQ community, still, there are people in this world who try to discriminate against them and abuse them verbally. However, this does not mean the end of hope here.

I have prepared a list of mental health resources for supporting the LGBTQ+ community that can be used to protect them and support them. If you think someone is having difficulty in receiving mental health care, this list of mental health resources is definitely going to work.

Due to inequality and discrimination, there is an urgent need for psychological services for LGBTQ+ people. Feel free to share this list with other allies and LGBTQ people.

Online Mental Health Resources for LGBTQ+ Community

1. GLMA Health Professionals Advancing LGBT Equality

It is an organization that has been working since 1981 with a mission of ensuring equality and connecting people related to the LGBTQ+ community. You can easily visit their website and check their directory for finding mental health and physical health care professionals in your locality or state. GLMA’s only goal is to provide the utilization of scientific expertise.

2. Gay, Lesbian & Straight Education Network (GSLEN): Student Action

Visit: Gay, lesbian and straight education network (GSLEN): Student Action

GSLEN is an organization offering information and knowledge which helps students to take action and initiate life changes in communities and schools. Students who keep interested in initiating a Gender and Sexuality Alliance anywhere can easily register. This organization helps students with resources and other movements so that they can help foster the LGBTQ+ community.

3. True Colors United

Visit: True Colors United

True colors united is an organization that focuses on improving mental health and homelessness for LGBTQ+ youth. Additionally, they also provide resources and advocacy which helps the youth to move in the right direction. Moreover, the best part about this organization is that they also organize fundraising events and you can also be part of it if you are interested in raising money for the LGBTQ+ youth.

Crisis Resources for LGBTQ+ Community

4. Crisis Text Line

Text: 741-741

Visit: Crisis Text Line

By texting on the given number you will be connected to a crisis counselor who will support you through texting services. This organization works 24*7 without any holiday therefore, you can connect with them anytime and keep it saved for future use.

5. The Trevor Project

Call: 1-866-488-7386

Text: START 678-678

Visit: The Trevor Project

This organization is the world’s largest crisis intervention for the support of LGBTQ+ youth specifically under the age of 25. You can either text them or connect with them via calling services. They are available 24*7 without any holidays.

6. Trans Lifeline

Text: 1-877-565-8860

Visit: Trans Lifeline

Trans Lifeline is an organization that is devoted to offering support and care to transgender people. It does not only provide care but also provides peer support with the help of experienced people in this area. The best part I loved about Trans Lifeline is that they are staffed by only trans individuals.

7. National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

Call: 1-800-273-8255

Visit: National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline is an organization that is totally free. It is handled by a group of anonymous people who provide support to the people who are dealing with suicidal behaviors or thoughts. You can visit their website, call them, or connect with them via chat services.

You will be connected with a trained and experienced counselor who is trained specifically for handling issues related to the LGBTQ+ community. The best part I loved about this website is that they also offer a section wherein you can get information regarding the LGBTQ+ community and you can easily share the content to aware people of their issues and discrimination.

8. LGBT National Hotline

Call: 1-800-843-4564

Visit: LGBT National Hotline

This organization is created for LGBTQ+ people of all ages. It provides anonymous, confidentiality, and support to people wherein they talk about issues, coming out, bullying, identity, anxiety, mental health, safe sex, and more. You can easily visit their website and connect with them.

Therapy Services for LGBTQ+ Community

There are various online therapy services that are specially designed to help and support the LGBTQ+ community. Below are the best online therapy services for LGBTQ+ people.

9. Pride Counseling

Pride counseling is the biggest and famous online therapy platform for LGBTQ+ mental health services. This mental health service organization has counselors who are specialized in helping and supporting people with mental health issues. They provide services for mental health issues like stress, anxiety, depression, trauma, helplessness, interpersonal conflicts, self-esteem, relationships, coming out, and more.

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10. Pride Institute

Pride Institute is an inclusive recovery platform for the LGBTQ+ community. They do not only offer care and support but also provide outpatient and residential treatment programs for addiction and substance abuse.

Along with this, they provide a family therapy program to prevent homelessness, a sexual health program for safe sex and trauma, telehealth for mental health issues, and other mental health-related referrals.

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Support Groups for LGBTQ+ Community

11. Q Chat Space

Visit: Q Chat Space

Q Chat Space is a platform that provides an opportunity to LGBTQ+ teens to participate and speak up in a group that is facilitated by professionals only. All members of the group are verified and safe. It also offers support for Spanish-speaking LGBTQ+ people.


Visit: PFLAG

PFLAG is the very first organization designed for helping families, parents, and allies to support the LGBTQ+ community. As of now, the organization is growing and holds 400 local chapters in the USA.

Other Resources for LGBTQ+ Community

13. LGBT National Youth Talkline

Call: 1-800-246-7743

Visit: LGBT National Youth Talkline

The only aim of this organization is to provide counseling, advice, and information to the teens related to coming out, sexual health, mental health, and other important topics. On this website, you can find various groups or community centers in your area or locality that support LGBTQ+ community rights.

14. Love is Respect

Call: 1-866-331-9474

Visit: Love is Respect

This organization provides resources for teens and youth of the LGBTQ+ community related to healthy relationships, abuse, and violence. Additionally, they also have a chain of counselors that are available to provide advice, education, and support to LGBTQ+ teens.

15. The National Runaway Safeline

Call: 1-800-786-2929

Visit: The National Runaway Safeline

This organization is working for years to provide assistance and resources to teens and young people who are homeless or ran away from home while coming out. They also provide counseling, shelter, transportation, and assistance in returning home.

I hope this blog helps you with online and other mental health resources for supporting the mental health of the LGBTQ+ community. This pride month let us all take a pledge to protect the LGBTQ community’s mental health.

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Thanks for reading!

Happy Pride Month ☺

About The Author

Aayushi Kapoor
Aayushi Kapoor

Aayushi is a Content Creator at Calm Sage. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Food Technology and a Master's Degree in Clinical Nutrition. Her constant interest in the improvement of mental health, nutrition, and overall wellness embarked upon her career as a “full-time educational writer.” She likes to make an asynchronous connection with her readers. Her mantra for living life is "What you seek is seeking you".

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