LGBTQ Mental Health Resources
Mental Health Resources
LGBTQ individuals may struggle with depression, anxiety, heavy drinking, tobacco use, and drug use. Jefferson Healthcare and Discovery Behavioral Health have team up to improve access to mental health care. Dr. Sue Ehrlich, Psychiatrist, is at Jefferson Healthcare Primary Care Clinic
part time while consulting with patients and assisting providers. Your
Jefferson Healthcare primary care provider must refer you to Dr.
Ehrlich. She is also part time at Discovery Behavioral Healthcare as
their Medical Director and Chief of Psychiatry.
Resources for LGBTQ Youth:
- Q Card - these cards are a simple and easy way to use communication tool designed to empower LGBTQ youth (and adults) to become actively engaged in their health and to support the people who provide their care. These will be placed in all of Jefferson Healthcare clinics and staff will be trained on their use.
Trevor Helpline Crisis Intervention for LGBTQ Youth, 866.488.7386
LBGT Helpline, 888.340.4528
- Peer Listening Line, 800.399.PEER (7337)
- GLBT National Youth Talk Line, 800.246.7743
Support Resources for LGBTQ patients and community members:
For more mental health resources, visit our web page.