September 10th, World Suicide Prevention Day, is a great time to identify the support in your life!
A longitudinal study of predictors of suicide attempts among lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender youth
Study describes proximal and distal determinants of suicide attempts among LGBT youth and highlights need for prevention programs.
Mental health disorders, psychological distress, and suicidality in a diverse sample of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender youths
LGBT youths found to have higher prevalence of mental disorders than youths in national samples, but similar to other urban minority youths.
New school study is one of the first to link school policies at the state level to state-wide LGB mental health.
The IMPACT Program is co-sponsoring American Foundation for Suicide Prevention’s upcoming event on April 20th.
A new IMPACT Program White Paper reports on eight areas where LGBT Youth in Chicago face health disparities – and how to take action.
The segment highlights the IMPACT Program’s recent publication on LGBT health disparities in Chicago, and features the experiences of two young leaders.
Health literacy is a commonly overlooked but very important aspect of the relationship between an individual and their healthcare provider.
The Trevor Project encourages you to let the ones you love know you’re there to talk.
Suicide is an important public health issue — but how we talk about it matters.