LGBTQ+ and Mental Health
Mental Health problems such as depression, anxiety, suicidal thoughts, loneliness, and many more are most common in LGBTQ+ people.
Being a part of LGBTQ+ community does not effect them much. However, the discrimination and biasness does throw them to the verge of mental breakdown. Reseach shows that more than half of LGBTQ+ are suffering from discrimination, rejection etc driving them to the risk of suffering from depression. Three out of five LGBTQ+ people aging from 18-24 are suffering from anxiety issues and rest are just avaoiding interaction.
- Track 1-1 Mental Health Care
- Track 2-2 Help and advancements
- Track 3-3 Support Groups
- Track 4-4 Stigma and Discrimination