LGBTQ Youth are at a higher risk for suicide and suicidal ideation than heterosexual youth. 42% of LGBTQ youth have previously attempted suicide and 60% have seriously considered it at least once.
If you are experiencing a crisis, need to talk to someone, or are interested in receiving information on mental health and wellness services appropriate for you, please contact:
- If you are experiencing a life threatening emergency, please immediately call the Mason Police by dialing 9-1-1.
- Counseling and Psychological Services: (703) 993-2380
- LGBTQ Resources Office: (703) 993-2702
- CrisisLink: (1-800-273-TALK)
- The Trevor Project
The Office of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, & Questioning (LGBTQ) Resources is part ofUniversity Life’s Multicultural Education and Research Coalition at George Mason University. Starting in 2002, the Office of LGBTQ Resources has worked for and with the LGBTQ and ally community on George Mason’s campus to create an environment that is welcoming and conducive to learning.
This office is a safe and inclusive space and all are welcome to visit the office and use the space as a safe, inclusive, and comforting environment to gain access to Mason LGBTQ Resources and access to information about events and programs taking place on campus as well as to do homework and engage with friends as well as other LGBTQ and Ally individuals of the Mason community.
We are located in Student Union Building (SUB) I, Room 2200. That’s the main (2nd) floor, across Patriot’s Lounge from the Info Desk.