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LGBTQIA+

Mental Health America - LGBTQ: Mental Health American offers free mental health screenings and information on mental health trends across the country. They host webinars and offer information about topics from asexuality and coming out, to finding affirming mental health providers.

The Trevor Project: The Trevor Project is designed specifically to meet the needs of LGBTQ folx. They have chat, text, and call lines available, as well as an online community for LGBTQ+ young people from ages 13-24. They also offer information about mental health, identity and relationships, and finding resources in your community.

Human Rights Campaign - Mental Health Resources: The Human Rights Campaign advocates for equality for LGBTQ+ rights nationwide. They offer a magazine, opportunities to advocate as part of a community, and information on mental health challenges and resources.

National Alliance on Mental Health - LGBTQI+: NAMI is the largest grassroots mental health group in the United States; they offer education and advocacy, and work on building public awareness of mental illness. NAMI offers information about rates and types of mental illness among LGBTQI+ folx, a step-by-step guide on finding a mental health professional, and resources nationwide.

Wellness Promotions works to promote positive and healthy wellbeing for all students. You can find additional LGBTQIA+ and other useful resources by going to their page.

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SUNY Canton
34 Cornell Drive
Canton, New York 13617

Phone: 315-386-7314
Fax: 315-386-7004
millerm@canton.edu 

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