LGBT National Coming Out
Monday thru Friday from 1pm to 9pm, Pacific time
(Monday thru Friday from 4pm to midnight, Eastern time)
Saturday from 9am to 2pm, Pacific time
(Saturday from noon to 5pm, Eastern time)
"I'm scared to come out to my mom, what if she kicks me out?
If I don't come out to her, aren't I lying? I don't know what to do."
WHETHER YOU ARE 13 OR 83,
WE WILL BE HERE FOR YOU
What does Coming Out mean? Each person is on their own journey, and how to come out, or if to come out, is a very individual choice.
Coming out can mean different things to different people. Everything starts with coming out to yourself, and that can take time and support. We are here to provide you with that support. For some people, coming out can also include friends and family. But each person gets to make those choices in their own time.
While we never tell someone whether they should come out, we are here for you to think about those big decisions and to provide the care and safe space you deserve.
WE GOT YOU! WE'RE GLAD YOU FOUND US.
NO MATTER WHERE YOU ARE ON YOUR JOURNEY, WE'RE HERE FOR YOU.
Our highly trained & dedicated LGBTQIA+ volunteers are here to provide free & confidential services.
Everyone who offers support at the LGBT National Help Center identifies as part of the LGBTQIA+ community.
We offer support, information, and local resources throughout the United States and beyond.
We will never report your calls to any outside organization or authority.
Calls are never outsourced or answered by any other organizations.