offers free talking therapies online and via telephone, giving access to LGBTQ+ affirmative therapy and counselling with an LGBTQ+ specialist therapist.
Navigating mental health can be difficult for everyone, but for many queer people there are added barriers to consider.
To recognise Mental Health Awareness Week, here’s a list of free and affordable mental health resources that you, or someone you know, might find helpful.
Not all of these organisations are explicitly queer, but many are – it’s up to you which to contact. We understand that as a queer person, there’s often a concern that a GP, youth worker or therapist won’t understand what you’re going through. We want you to know that you’re not alone.