Below are lists of websites with resources and information pertaining to the LGBTQ youth community. Lambert House does not control or take responsibility for any content on the linked pages.

Seattle LGBTQ Youth Programs & Resources

Suicide Intervention & Prevention Resources

  • TeenLink is a King County program that empowers youth to make positive and self-respecting decisions about their lives and provides resources and assistance to help them. Teen Link includes a statewide teen-answered help line every evening between 6-10 PM at 1-866-833-6546, online chat support every evening between 6-9:30pm, youth suicide prevention training, community outreach and education, as well as the distribution of their free Where to Turn for Teens resource guides.
  • The Crisis Line provides immediate help to individuals, families and friends of people in emotional crisis. We can help you determine if you or your loved one needs professional consultation and we can link you to the appropriate services. We are a primary source for linking Seattle-King County residents to emergency mental health services. Help is just a phone call away at 1-866-427-4747.
  • The Trevor Project is the leading national organization providing crisis intervention and suicide prevention services to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning (LGBTQ) young people ages 13-24. Trained counselors are available 24/7 at 1-866-488-7386.
  • Trans Lifeline is a 501(c)3 non-profit dedicated to the well being of transgender people. They run a hotline staffed by transgender people for transgender people. Trans Lifeline volunteers are ready to respond to whatever support needs members of our community might have; just call 1-877-565-8860.

LGBTQ Youth Programs & Resources Near Seattle

  • Parents and Friends of Lesbians and Gays Bellevue/Eastside is a chapter of PFLAG National and serves residents of East King County communities, including Bellevue, Redmond, Kirkland, Issaquah, Mercer Island, Sammamish, Bothell, Woodinville, Duvall, Snoqualmie, and Carnation.
  • Proud, Out, and Wonderful (POW) at Navos provides a welcoming and supportive space for LGBTQ+ and allied youth ages 13-21 in South King County.
  • BGLAD at Youth Eastside Services (YES) is a free drop-in support group open to youth ages 13 to 19 who identify as LGBTQ+ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender or queer, plus other identities like non-binary, gender non-conforming, etc.) and for youth who may be questioning or exploring their gender or sexual identities.
  • GLOBE Youth in Everett has a mission to make Snohomish County a safe and nurturing community for GLBTQ youth by enhancing the physical, emotional, sexual, and spiritual well-being of youth, providing positive interaction with adult role models, providing community education, and developing resources for and about GLBTQ youth.
  • Q Youth Resources in Bremerton provides education, community, and a safe space for youth who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer (LGBTQ) and straight ally. Our mission is to empower youth to make informed choices and live healthy lives.
  • Oasis Youth in Tacoma transforms the lives of queer youth by creating a safe place to learn, connect, and thrive. Oasis envisions a world in which queer youth are valued in the community as strong, creative leaders.
  • Stonewall Youth in Olympia is an organization of youth, activists, and allies that empowers lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, queer, questioning, intersex, and asexual (LGBTQQIA) youth to speak for themselves, educate their communities, and support each other.

LGBTQ Health Resources

Other Internet Resources

  • Point Foundation College Scholarships
  • Safe Schools Coalition Seattle is an organization dedicated to advocating for safer schools for LGBTQ youth.
  • Road Map, a site mostly for MTF transfolk. The truly rad bit would be the information on transitioning young; while the info is slanted towards MTF, a lot of it would apply to ftm transitions as well.
  • HRC, is one of the big national queer lobbying organizations. Their page is very activist oriented, with a lot of opportunities to write your local congressman and let them know what you think. Youth highlights include the coming out section and some of the HRC's youth activist training programs.
  • Oasis Magazine, another ezine for queer youth. They have poetry,movie reviews and book reviews, news, and an archive of back issues

If you are aware of other resources for LGBTQ youth in the greater Seattle area that should be included, please contact us here.