The Trevor Project
It Gets Better
Watch videos of support
The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
The GLBT National Help Center
Creating Schools Where LGBTQQ Youth Can Thrive!
Building community and inspiring positive social change with LGBTQQ youth and allies
The College Guide for LGBTQ Students
Our goal in compiling this guide is to give LGBTQ students the resources they need to make the most of their college experience. But before we dive into the particulars, here’s a word of encouragement — college is way different than high school.
College Scholarships for LGBTQ Students
Gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender and queer (LBGTQ) students need the support of their communities to thrive in higher education. Many also need financial support. Thankfully, LGBTQ students can find a wealth of scholarships for college at both the undergraduate and graduate levels whether you’re looking to pursue a traditional on-campus degree, an online degree or a combination of college credit exams and traditional credits. That part you’ve no doubt gathered from our title.
What might surprise you, though, is that there are also all sorts of scholarships for LGBTQ-identifying students. LGBTQ scholarships are more inclusive than that, even. In fact, scholarships for college are available for all students who are actively involved in promoting acceptance and equality for all gay, lesbian and transgender communities.
Gay Lesbian Straight Education Network
Support for Parents:
Support or parents, friends and family of LGBTQ people
The Parents Project
Digital resource for parents of LGBTQ kids
Mormons Building Bridges
Mormons Building Bridges is dedicated to conveying love and acceptance to all those who identify as LGBTQI
Support groups for Christian parents who feel isolated and confused. Powerful resources, conferences, webinars and more are provided to help parents reconcile their faith with their God-given desire to unconditionally accept and affirm their LGBTQ child. They are not alone and there is help.
What Not to Say When Your Child Comes Out as Transgender
Coming Out Support:
Davina Kotulski, PhD.
Coming Out Coaching
EMAIL, (626) 200-4375 or (510) 594-4322
The Coming Out Coach
Gender Variant Children:
National Center for Transgender Equality
Trans People of Color Coalition
Substance Abuse Prevention in the LGBTQ Community
The LGBTQ Community and Addiction
LGBTQ Comprehensive Guide to Drug Abuse
LGBTQ+ Comprehensive Health & Well-being Guide
Why is Depression More Prevalent in the LGBTQ Community? A Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner Explains the Disparity — and How to Find Help.
The Ultimate Guide to LGBTQ Dating Safety
Learn About Bullying Prevention
The Parent, Educator & Youth Guide to LGBTQ Cyberbullying
How to Create an LGBTQ-Friendly Neighborhood
LGBTQ Student Experience Guide
LGBTQ+ COMMUNITY RESOURCES FOR COLLEGE STUDENTS