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A national support and advocacy organization with local chapters across the U.S. and online resources on how to cope when a family member comes out.
A research-based organization that provides free, downloadable materials for families, youth, and educators on how to have a positive impact on the health, mental health, and well-being of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) youth.
This Web site, founded in response to the September 2010 string of bullying-related gay teen suicides, is a comprehensive list of resources and concrete steps that adults and youth can take to help stop antigay bullying and make things better for LGBT youth.
Suicide hotline and prevention tips, plus a national database of local organizations for LGBTQ youth.
National organization to help straight and gay teens create safer school environments for LGBTQ youth.
A YouTube channel dedicated to videos that reassure LGBT youth who are being bullied or feeling isolated that it will get better. The channel features videos from President Obama, Secretary of State Clinton, celebrities like The Dixie Chicks and Ke$ha and hundreds of individuals and groups.
Resources for educators on how to create a safe school environment for LGBT students.
Resources for parents and educators interested in addressing family diversity, gender stereotyping, bullying, and name-calling in K-5 learning environments.
Resources on LGBT issues and the Bible, plus links to Jewish resources and resources for clergy.
A series of resources developed by an evangelical Christian, designed for church youth groups and religious education teachers to help prevent antigay bullying.
Downloadable guide with suggestions on how to make your church more welcoming to LGBT congregants, plus a national database of welcoming churches and other resources having to do with homosexuality and religion.