Locally supportive climates may do little to aid mental health for LGBTQ+ youth amid broader societal stigma

University of California - Santa Cruz

As rates of youth mental health issues soar in the United States, new research offers surprising insights into how social factors affect trends for LGBTQ+ youth, who are especially at risk due to the harmful effects of discrimination.

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