Resources of Support for Transgender and Non-Binary People

Programs for Trans and Nonbinary+ People

Written Resources Across the UUA

Multimedia Resources at the UUA

UU Resources Beyond the UUA

Mental Health Support

Please take care of yourself as you navigate these times. Check out these self-care resources.

If you are experiencing a crisis, or are looking for some additional emotional support, here are some places you can reach out to. Please know you are precious and loved.

Resources That Will Not Call the Police

  • Trans Lifeline for any trans/nonbinary+ person in need of support: US (877) 565-8860 Canada (877) 330-6366. Trans Lifeline WILL NOT call police/other authorities without your consent. It is not always available, so please look at these other resources as needed.
  • Warmlines--a peer support option: The Fireweed Collective has helpful crisis toolkit resources if you're looking for support with navigating a hard time or crisis, and with figuring out how to navigate the hotline/psychiatry and locked ward system.
  • This toolkit includes information about warmlines (peer support lines that are committed to not calling the police) and what to expect when calling one.
  • Here is a resource to find a warmline that might work for you.

Here Are 24/7 Hotline Resources

These hotlines MAY call police/authorities without your consent if they believe you are in immediate danger.

  • Trevor Project Hotline/Chat Line/Text Line (For LGBTQIA+ youth/young adults ages 13-24): 1-855-488-7386. 24-hour hotline.
  • Crisis Text Line: Text HOME to 741741 to connect with a Crisis Counselor. 24 hour chat line.
  • The Network/La Red Hotline (bilingual Spanish/English hotline for LGBTQIA+ people experiencing partner violence): 800-832-1901. 24-hour hotline.
  • National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-TALK (8255): The Lifeline provides support for people in distress and prevention and crisis resources for you and your loved ones.