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If you, or someone you know is lost, feels alone, is confused, bullied, deeply troubled or having suicidal thoughts, this helpline is available 24/7. Below are some resources to learn more about the causes of suicide in young people and things you can do but, whatever you do, call if you or someone you know is at risk. Remember, you are not alone.

 

As the articles below are written and posted, it would be the most informative if they are read in sequence.

LGBTQ Young People and Risk of Suicide – a look at the causes of the higher incidence of suicide attempts by lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning young people.


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