TMI PROJECT + TREVOR PROJECT CALL FOR LGBTQ STORIES
In the last 20 years, have you experienced suicidal thoughts in your life? Or have you ever attempted suicide? In those moments, did you turn to crisis services, a therapist, or a friend/family member? What was that exchange like? How did it change the course of your life?

Are you interested in working with the co-founder of The Trevor Project, Academy Award-winning writer, and performer, James Lecesne, and the co-founders of TMI Project, a Hudson Valley based non-profit storytelling organization whose mission is to change the world, one story at a time, in a unique and powerful true storytelling workshop, which will result in a live performance in NYC?

TMI Project and the Trevor Project are looking for stories from LGBTQIA people + allies who have stories of survival to help us celebrate Trevor Project's 20th anniversary this year. If you have a desire to share your story to inspire others who might still be struggling, we want to hear from YOU!

Up to 8 participants will be chosen, all of whom identify as having had a transformational experience as a result of surviving thoughts of or attempted suicide, to come to NYC for a TMI Project true storytelling workshop, which will culminate in a live performance.

Schedule:
Deadline to Apply: June 30
Workshop in NYC: November 1, 2, and 3
Rehearsal: November 4
Performance: November 5
* Schedule is subject to change

*Travel, room and board will be covered for all participants outside of the NYC area.

Participants will be guided with writing prompts, brainstorming sessions, supportive feedback during development and editing of a final piece.

If you are thinking about suicide or are feeling alone and need someone to talk to, please call the Trevor Lifeline at 1-866-488-7386 for immediate help. It’s free, confidential, and available 24/7

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