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LGBTQ youth may face higher risk of depression and suicidal thoughts during lockdown

A new report from The Trevor Project – the world’s largest LGBTQ suicide prevention charity – has highlighted the increased risk of depression and suicidal thoughts among queer people during social-distancing restrictions.

We already know that LGBTQ people face higher risk of homelessness, abuse at home and struggles with mental health, and being cut off from vital support systems like community centres or ‘chosen families’ could intensify these issues.

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