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" Who says corporate giving has to be limited to Pride."

Are you a corporate business looking to make an impact and give back?

Consider Queer Therapy Network MHP Houston Chapter 30 Corporate Sponsorships in 30 Days Mental Health Initiative.

The Queer Therapy Network MHP Houston Chapter's 30 Corporate Sponsorships in 30 days Mental Health Initiative aims to create safe spaces for LGBTQ+ employers and employees seeking queer-affirming mental health services, resources, and support. By partnering with various companies, we seek to raise awareness and funds to increase access to therapy services, resources, and support for employers and employees who identify as LGBTQ+.

What We Do?

Queer Therapy Network MHP Houston Chapter helps mitigate and lower the risk of LGBTQ+ workplace violence due to discrimination, harassment, and bullying by providing a safe and welcoming space for corporations with LGBTQ+

employers and employees who may experience a mental health crisis or have one or more mental health disorders as a result.

By offering a supportive chapter for LGBTQ+ employers/employees facing mental health challenges in the workplace, Queer Therapy Network MHP Houston Chapter plays a crucial role in promoting mental health wellness, and safety. Through their dedicated services, they not only provide a refuge for those in crisis but also foster understanding and acceptance within the professional community. By prioritizing queer mental health support, they contribute to a more inclusive and compassionate work environment, ultimately reducing the likelihood of workplace violence and creating a more harmonious and supportive workplace for all.

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Queer Mental Health Research Factors

Queer individuals are more likely to experience mental health issues such as depression, anxiety, and substance abuse compared to their heterosexual counterparts. Factors such as discrimination, stigma, social rejection, and lack of access to affirming mental healthcare services contribute to the higher rates of mental health issues within the queer community.

Signs That An LGBTQ+ Employer/Employee May Be In Distress Due To Discrimination,

Harassment, And Bullying

In today's diverse workforce, it is crucial for employers to recognize and address the signs and mental health needs of LGBTQ+ employers/employees. Research shows that LGBTQ+ individuals often face unique challenges in the workplace that can impact their mental well-being.


Changes in Behavior: Watch out for sudden changes in behavior such as increased irritability, withdrawal from social activities, or decreased productivity at work.


Physical Symptoms: Notice any unexplained physical symptoms like headaches, stomach issues, or changes in eating or sleeping patterns, as these could be indicators of mental health struggles.


Isolation: If an LGBTQ+ employer/employee starts isolating themselves from colleagues or friend it could be a sign that they are struggling and need support.


Mood Swings: Keep an eye out for frequent mood swings, persistent sadness, anxiety, or expressions of hopelessness,

as these could be red flags for mental health issues.


Substance Abuse: Increased use of alcohol or drugs can be a coping mechanism for LGBTQ+ individuals facing mental health challenges. Be aware of any changes in substance use patterns.


Performance Decline: A noticeable decline in work performance or sudden difficulty in meeting deadlines could be a sign that an LGBTQ+ employer/employee is experiencing mental distress.


Expressed Helplessness: Pay attention to any expressions of helplessness, worthlessness, or thoughts of self-harm, as these are serious indicators that immediate intervention may be needed.


It is essential for employers to create a supportive and inclusive environment where LGBTQ+ individuals feel safe to discuss their mental health concerns without fear of discrimination. Encouraging open communication, providing access to mental health resources, and promoting diversity and acceptance can help foster a positive work culture for everyone. Remember, mental health is just as important as physical health, and together we can create a workplace where everyone feels valued and supported.

Queer Mental Health Support

Queer mental health support is essential in creating a safe and inclusive space for individuals who identify as LGBTQ+. Queer Therapy Network MHP Houston Chapter believes that having access to mental health professionals who are knowledgeable about queer issues and provide a supportive environment can make a significant difference in the well-being of queer individuals.

Queer Mental Health Advocacy

It is crucial for employers, mental health professionals, organizations, policymakers, and society as a whole to address these disparities and work towards creating a more inclusive and supportive environment for queer individuals. By promoting acceptance, providing access to culturally competent mental health care, and advocating for LGBTQ+ rights, we can help improve the mental well-being of queer individuals and create a more equitable society for all.

Strength in Numbers

When we collectively come together, we have the power to achieve great things. Queer Therapy Network MHP Houston Chapter’s mission to ensure all queer community members and their families have access to mental health services, resources, and support through advocacy, unity and collaboration is evident in various aspects. We strongly believe their is "strength in numbers" when people work together towards a common goal and are more likely to succeed.

Local Business Partners

The Queer Therapy Network MHP Houston Chapter 30 Corporate Sponsorships in 30 Days Mental Health Initiative is not

just about funding, but also about joining a community that values diversity, inclusion, and providing inclusive and queer-affirming mental health services, resources, and support. As a corporate sponsor, you have the opportunity to make a real difference in the lives of LGBTQ+ employers and employees and contribute to a more supportive and understanding society.

We offer various corporate sponsorship levels in support of our mission that suits your budget and desired level of involvement. Whether you are a small business or a corporation seeking to make a meaningful impact and looking to show your support, we welcome you to join us. No matter which sponsorship tier you choose, your support will help us continue our vital work in promoting mental health equity for all individuals within the LGBTQ+ community. 

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