LGBTQ Help Lines

At Wyoming Equality we do our best to help everyone who calls, sends an email or letter. However, these are tough economic times and we are only in the office two days a week.  That’s why we are very pleased to let all of our members know about:


Grace For 2 Brothers

IF YOU ARE IN CRISIS RIGHT NOW PLEASE REACH OUT
(Open 24 Hours A Day / 7 Days A Week)
CRISIS TEXT LINE
WYO to 741-741


The Trevor Project

NATIONWIDE TREVOR HELPLINE FOR LGBTQ YOUTH
1.866.488.7386 OPEN 24 hours a day, SEVEN days a week

A counselor there will be happy to help you sort out your feelings and discuss options.  .

You can find out more about this help line at
www.thetrevorproject.org

Trans Lifeline
FREE HOTLINE FOR TRANSGENDER PEOPLE EXPERIENCING A CRISIS (NOT AVAILABLE 24/7)
1.877.565.8860 Please click here to view if a volunteer is available

This line is primarily for transgender people experiencing a crisis. This includes people who may be struggling with their gender identity and are not sure that they are transgender. While our goal is to prevent self harm, we welcome the call of any transgender person in need. You can find out more about this help line at www.translifeline.org


pflag
PFLAG (Parents, Families, and Friends of Lesbians and Gays) is another great resource.  .

They will provide the support you need and information about dealing with your parents and peers.  They will also provide a tremendous amount of information for your parents.  They have local chapters in Gillette, Jackson & Casper.

 

More info about this group can be found at
www.pflag.org

GLBT Nation Help Center
FREE NATIONWIDE HOTLINE FOR YOUTH AND ADULTS (NOT AVAILABLE 24/7)

Hotline (callers of all ages) 1.888.843.4564
Hotline (youth trough age 25) 1.800.246.7743
GLBT Online Chat (Click Here)

Trans Teens Online Talk Group

Moderated group chat for trans youth ages
12 thru 19, operating each Wednesday from
5-7 pm, mountain time. It is available at
www.GLBThotline.org/transteens



More info about this group can be found at
www.glbthotline.org

Please click on following links for additional resources:

Coming Out to Your Parents
Coming Out as Gay or Lesbian: Common Questions from Parents
Supporting Your LGBT Child
The Risk of Addiction in the Transgender Community: Embracing Your Identity While Coping with Addiction
LGBT Youth Resources
The Activist’s Guide to Fostering LGBTQ Pride in Your Community
51 Fabulous Ways to Support Lesbian, Gay and Bisexual Students on Your Campus
Stronger Than Ever: A Counseling Guide for the LGBTQ Community

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