They refused to re-send the "Talk to me" kit for the Suicide Prevention Week, and I had ordered it for free, but it said it was sent & delivered, yet I never got anything from them.
I live in an apartment, where no one can get into my mailbox without my key, so tell me how the heck it could "just simply have been taken after delivered"?? It's a shame you don't care more about your customers.
Do you realize how much I wanted this kit, simply for the meaning behind it, not just to have one? A lot of my friends have struggled with suicidal thoughts, and I had made a list of people to send a "Talk To Me" sticker to, with a nice note saying that the sticker is true, and they can talk to me ANY time when they are feeling suicidal. I have a few friends watching their mailboxes, waiting for me to send it to them, because they truly do need the extra support knowing I'm here for them, always. For all you know, this kit and stickers could prevent my friend from killing themselves because I was going to send several people a sticker with a nice note saying I'm always there for them to talk to me anytime about anything.
THE KITS ARE FREE. WHY CAN'T YOU MAIL ME A NEW ONE?
Is it only because the kit was free to me that you won't send another one? Because I certainly hope you don't treat your customers like this who actually BUY stuff from you, and never recieve it. Because you could get in a lot of trouble, because you would be STEALING their money.
You completely lost all my support with you guys.
I'm even completely ashamed to be one of your "Likes" on your Facebook page.
It's simple, I felt alienated and I needed someone anonymous to talk to. Someone who wouldn't pass judgement and wouldn't know who I was after I hung up. But I also needed someone who cared. Thank you.
As a member of the trevorspace website, I feel this website has linked me to transgendered peers and helped me on my path to self-realization. I also feel I would have support if I had a rough time coming out to my family in the near future.
This is an amazing site, it helps so much by letting you write your own questions and getting them answered. it's so amazing and is so helpful.
The Trevor Project is amazing. It's a wonderful thing that allows you to communicate with others and really feel like you're not alone. Like you're not weird. Even when some of your closest friends seem to not 'get it', you know that there's someone out there who does. That there are other people out there like you. Support, resources, information, and friends. All in one place. What more could you ask for?
I love the Trevor Project :) I've met some great people through there, and I still am meeting people. Lots of positive support from everybody and there's no anti- violence at all. I love this site!
the trevor project saved my life. i was on the phone. i had taken a handful of OTC pills and was going to take more. i called Trevor and they literally saved my life. i love you trevor and everyone who helps trevor. i'm alive now.
I was having a very bad week, my emotions varied from day to day, and I was very depressed and lonely at one point. Thankfully, I already knew of the organization from the internet before this point. A counselor that I called likely saved my life during that week.
they are amazing. they have helped me and so many others. they try to get to other people of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transexual and question community.
The Trevor Project? THE GLBTQ hotline? A lifeline for so many kids who have nowhere else to go, no other resource? Yeah. It's been there for me. It's always been a conversation that I could now have. Talking with someone, someone like me, someone who could help me understand the problems I was going through. I care so little about speaking for an organization. Actions should speak for themselves, which means that The Trevor Project needs little in the way of words, for its actions make all the difference in lives like mine.