Bisexual phone chat line
If you’re looking to connect with someone to explore what’s going on in your life, QLife is a great place to start.We have several ways of contacting QLife that you can choose from, whether you’d prefer to speak with a counsellor on the phone, to chat with someone online, or even to start the conversation and get some ideas from us via email. Asking for help, information or advice about local services can be on behalf of someone you know and love.
If you need to speak to someone sooner, please call the Trevor Lifeline at 1-866-488-7386.Sometimes you want other types of resources, including information and message boards.Below is a list of websites and phone numbers for organizations that address many of the topics people talk to us about on chat.Trevor Lifeline—A crisis intervention and suicide prevention phone service available 24/7 at 1-866-488-7386 Trevor Text—Text “Trevor” to 1-202-304-1200. Available Monday through Friday between 3pm–10pm EST / Noon–7pm PT Trevor Space—An online international peer-to-peer community for LGBTQ young people and their friends.Trevor Support Center—Where LGBTQ youth and allies can find answers to FAQs and explore resources related to sexual orientation, gender identity and more.Sometimes you need someone to talk to outside of Lifeline Crisis Chat hours.
Sometimes you need in-person help in your local area.
QLife welcomes contact from people who may not be LGB, T or I themselves, but who are worried about someone else in their lives.
If you don’t know where to start looking for help in your community, calling QLife for some local knowledge is a great choice.
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Research indicates that mental health problems, misuse of alcohol and other drugs, and suicidal thoughts and behaviors are more common in this group than in the general population.