Family Acceptance Project Resources

The Family Acceptance Project (FAP) has published new research-based posters to educate family members, providers, religious leaders, lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer-identified (LGBTQ) youth and others about the critical role of family support for LGBTQ children and youth – to prevent suicide, HIV, homelessness and other serious health outcomes and build healthy futures. 

The posters are designed to be used in public spaces (such as libraries and community centers) and in all settings where children, youth and families are served and supported, including in their homes, schools, clinics, primary care, mental health, out-of-home services, congregations and pastoral care. 

All are invited to learn about and download the Family Acceptance Project’s Poster Guidance and poster series in English and Spanish at:

The Poster Guidance provides background information on the importance and research foundation for FAP’s posters and suggestions for ways to use them. When you download the posters and when you share them with others, please download and give them a copy of the Poster Guidance so they understand how the posters can make a difference in the lives of LGBTQ young people and their families. Be sure to include your email address so we can follow up to ask for your feedback and ways the posters impact LGBTQ children, youth and families.

For more information about the Family Acceptance Project: and