This resource created by Mental Health America and The Human Rights Campaign can aid LGBTQ+ PoC to learn how to get connect to affirming care and providers by providing questions that they can ask to see if providers are a good fit for their needs.
The Human Rights Campaign provides a brief overview of mental health challenges and barriers to accessing care for LGBTQ+ People of Color. The subsequently provide Crisis/Suicide Prevention Hotlines and resources for seeking mental health support and treatment that are LGBTQ+ affirming.
LGBTQ youth are 120% more likely to experience homelessness than their straight and cisgender peers. True Colors United has created an online COVID-19 Action & Resource center providing the most up-to-date resources for LGBTQ youth and adults experiencing homelessness. They include resources for folxs working in the field, advocates, and people needing support.
Brought to you by The National Queer Asian Pacific Islander Alliance and HRC Foundation, this resource is designed to aid LGBTQ API Americans in navigating intersectional challenges when coming out. This resource is also available for download in various languages.
The National Queer and Trans Therapist of Color Network (NQTTCN) provides the Radical Syllabus for QTpoC as a resource for QTPoC mental health practitioners in support of their practice and for the healing of the greater QTPoC community.