The Trevor Project

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The Trevor Project is the world’s largest suicide prevention and crisis intervention organization for LGBTQ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and questioning) young people. They operate the Trevor Lifeline, which is a 24/7 confidential phone line with trained crisis counselors. One of the notable things that The Trevor Project does is provide accessible means for LGBTQIA+ youth to reach out. For example, in addition to the phone line, there are options to text, email, and reach out via social media.

Inclusivity is near and dear to our hearts, as is this incredible organization. Here’s where you can learn more about volunteering to be a crisis counselor. The training involves a 40-hour per week commitment to start. Then, it’s followed by supervised shifts and shadowing coworkers. Lastly, crisis counselors are permitted to set their schedules and work remotely. This is a wonderful opportunity to give back to LGBTQ+ youth. Additionally, you will help save lives and create a kinder world.

The Trevor Project website also has a blog with stories and resources about LGBTQ+ experiences. These include charity campaigns, webinars, and community events. Their content is accessible and easily consumable, making it hugely successful and impactful for LGBTQ+ youth.

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