I need support. How can I get help?
We all live in different places and have varying needs of support. You may need someone to talk to about your sexual orientation or gender identity. Maybe you have witnessed or experienced a hate crime. Maybe you want to know that you aren’t alone. Whatever your reasons, the organizations below are here to support you:
The eSafety Commissioner (eSafety) is Australia's national independent regulator and educator for online safety. If you are experiencing online and tech abuse as part of family, domestic and sexual violence, you can find advice and information to help you stay safe online. This includes information about online dating, online safety planning, tech-based FDSV, coercive control and consent.
Visit eSafety.gov.au to find out how to stay safe online and report online abuse.
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988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline - In the US, dialing 988 from any phone will connect to government-sponsored suicide prevention and mental health crisis services. For the 988 FAQ including their privacy policies, see this page.
Love is Respect Hotline is an LGBTQ-friendly hotline for people who have been sexually assaulted or who are in an abusive relationship.
The Network/ La Red serves LGBTQ, poly and kink/BDSM survivors of BDSM with support in English and Spanish.
Trans Lifeline is a resource run by and for trans and non-binary people.
Trevor Project is a helpline for LGBTQ young people.