However you identify, we’re here to celebrate you. And fight for your mental health. That’s why we’re marking LGBT+ History Month.
It’s a month when we can all remember the people who fought for LGBTQIA+ rights in the past and how far we’ve come over the years. A chance for people of all ages to learn more about the rich history of LGBTQIA+ communities.
Being LGBTQIA+ does not cause mental health problems. But some things you may go through as an LGBTQIA+ person can make you more likely to experience a mental health problem.
If you’re finding things tough, please remember you’re not alone. We have information, tips and support for you on our website.