Edit this page -- Back to previous index


Transgender people are more likely to commit suicide than almost any other group of people. This can be because of gender dysphoria itself, or abuse and discrimination that they may experience. It may come as a result of depression and loneliness, and feelings of helplessness, if for instance they lose their home, partner, job, parents, friends and/or family after coming out as trans.

NHS support for suicide prevention (UK)

Myths about suicide

Mind charity (UK)

Suicide prevention advice from National Institute of Mental Health (USA)

Suicide prevention advice from the NHS (UK)

Suicide prevention group (Brighton, UK) suicide prevention (USA)

Suicide prevention in Scotland (UK)

American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (USA)

Canadian Association for Suicide prevention (Canada)

Edit this pageLicenseTemplate licenseContributeConduct Guidelines

Permission is granted to copy, distribute and/or modify this document under the terms of the GNU Free Documentation License Version 1.3 or any later version published by the Free Software Foundation with no Invariant Sections, no Front Cover Texts, and no Back Cover Texts. A copy of this license is found in /fdl-1.3.html

For information on who owns what copyright on each page, in what years, refer to the Git repository that the site is hosted in, and check commit logs.