The stars of ABC's Sunday night drama Brothers & Sisters join its crew in an It Gets Better video to support troubled gay teens.

“We're here to talk about bullying,” Sally Field says in the video.

“And like many of us, we've heard the awful stories of gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgendered youth who've been bullied at school. So much so that they feel they have no choice but to take their own lives,” Matthew Rhys, who plays Field's gay son Kevin on the show, says.

“But of course there is a choice,” Luke McFarlane, who is openly gay, adds.

“The world is full of loving and accepting people and you have something to offer it, but only if you are here,” Ron Rifkin says.

The nearly 7-minute video also includes the thoughts of the show's crew. (The video is embedded in the right panel of this page.)

The It Gets Better Project is a collection of inspiring videos that urge troubled gay teens considering suicide to get help. The project raises funds and awareness for The Trevor Project, the California-based non-profit that runs the nation's only 24-hour, toll free confidential suicide hotline for gay and questioning youth.

Celebrities and high-profile politicians who have created videos for the project include President Obama, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, New York Governor David Paterson, Fort Worth Councilman Joel Burns, rocker Adam Lambert and actor Neil Patrick Harris.