Disclaimer: Although we believe in the power of professional help, you are responsible for selecting the provider or treatment. PXU cannot accept responsibility for any of the services provided by these or any other providers. 

Did you know that 7.6 percent of GLBTQ (Lesbian, Gay, Bi-Sexual, Transgender, and Questioning) students felt unsafe at school because of their sexual orientation, and 43% because of their gender expression?  GLBTQ youth are four times more likely to attempt suicide, experience suicidal thoughts, or engage in self-haring behaviors than their straight peers.  The GLBTQ community is about three times more likely than others to experience a mental health condition such as major depression or generalized anxiety disorder.    

GLSEN 2015 National School Climate Survey 

As always, if you believe you or your child is having an emergency (includes immediate safety concern such as hinting or talking about suicide, self-harm, abuse, plan to run away, immediate risk of physical violence, severe anxiety or current panic/anxiety attack etc.), please contact:

TGB GSA club 

Gay-Straight-Alliance clubs, or GSAs for short, are student-run organizations that unite LGBTQ+ and allied youth to build community and organize around issues impacting them in their schools and communities. GSAs have evolved beyond their traditional role to serve as safe spaces for LGBTQ+ youth in middle schools and high schools, and have emerged as vehicles for deep social change related to racial, gender, and educational justice.

A growing body of research confirms that the presence of a GSA has a positive and lasting effect on student health, wellness, and academic performance. It can also protect students from harassment based on sexual orientation or gender identity, and improve school climates for all students in the long-term.


TGB’s GSA Club meets Thursdays from 3:10-3:35.

Anyone is welcome to join our club who wants to promote equality for all students at Trevor G. Browne High School


To join: message Mr. David Kohl 

or email

Community Supports

One•n•ten is a nonprofit organization dedicated to serving and assisting lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and questioning (LGBTQ) youth ages 14 to 24. From weekly discussion groups to fun, social networking events, we create a safe space, mentally and physically, for youth of all socio-economic and cultural backgrounds. We also offer resources to promote healthy choices and living.  Youth with particular needs have the option to speak with peers or volunteers one-on-one, in a supervised setting. We provide youth with a variety of tools and opportunities to improve self-esteem and self-acceptance.

1101 N Central Ave #202, Phoenix, AZ 85004

(602) 400-2601 Ext. 2

The Trevor Lifeline trained counselors offer confidential crisis intervention and suicide prevention services for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and questioning (LGBTQ) young people under 25. If you are thinking about suicide, you deserve immediate support.  Services include: Lifeline hotline, TrevorText confidential text messaging service and TrevorChat confidential, live and secure online messaging service.  

Also offer guidance and resources to parents and educators in order to foster safe, accepting, and inclusive environments for all youth, at home and at school.

Call (866) 488-7386

Text START to 678678 


We provide a safe space that is anonymous and confidential where young callers ages 25 and younger, can speak on many different issues and concerns including, but limited to, coming out issues, gender and/or sexuality identities, relationship concerns, bullying, isolation, anxiety at school, family issues, HIV/AIDS concerns, safer sex information, suicide, and much more.  

(800) 246-7743

The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) National Online Peer-Support Chat provides vital peer-support, community connections and resource information to people with questions regarding sexual orientation and/or gender identity. 

Chat Here 

This is an all-volunteer organization comprised of parents, family members and friends of LGBTQ people to provide support, education and advocacy. 

GLSEN provides education and resources to ensure safe schools for ALL students, regardless of sexual orientation and gender identity.

Supports & Resources

College and Scholarship guides is a leading online education resource making learning accessible for over 30 million students and educators a month. The team at recognizes that LGBTQ+ students might have questions about applying for and attending college that might be difficult to find answers to. That's why we have recently developed comprehensive college and scholarship guides for LGBTQ+ students. Our goal is to inform them about critical information regarding their college education and career choices to help set them up for success. Our College Guide for LGBTQ Students and Scholarship Guide for LGBTQ Students offer in-depth information in several areas, including:

We would like to take our part in improving LGBTQ+ students' college experiences and help them make the best college choices possible. 

About 17% of all college-bound students identify as part of the LGBTQ+ community, and many of them have often encountered bullying and discrimination during their middle and high school years. All college students thrive in a community that meets their needs and provides opportunities for social and academic growth, and for LGBTQ+ students, this is even more important. You’ll need to find a college environment that prioritizes your safety and makes you feel welcome.