Other Referral Sites
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Trans Lifeline | 877-565-8860
Crisis and suicide prevention hotline specifically for trans identified folks, staffed exclusively by transgender people. Hours are: Mondays 12am – 9am and 1pm – midnight; Tuesdays 10am – midnight; Wednesdays 12am – 3pm, 10am – 10pm, and 1pm – midnight; Thursdays 12am – 8am, 10am – 10pm, and 11am – midnight; Fridays 12am – 5am and 1pm – midnight; Saturdays and Sundays 12am – midnight
Trevor Project | 1-866-488-7386
National Center for Transgender Equality
1325 Massachusetts Ave NW, Suite 700, Washington, DC 20005 | 202.903.0112
Trans Birth is a directory created to connect trans* and gender non-conforming people and their families to midwives, OBGYNs, and doulas who provide welcoming care to our communities.
LGBT Drug Abuse Resources
This page summarizes available governmental, organizational and other resources and makes them easily accessible to those searching for assistance. It includes 36 citations of the latest research studies and external resources for individuals seeking LGBT-specific mental health and addiction help.
Australian peer support organization for young people who are same sex attracted and/or gender diverse
FTM Informational Network
On-line resources for female-to-male individuals and their families and friends.
An informational guide to transitioning for FTMs
Service Members, Partners, Allies for Respect and Tolerance for All
Active duty military trans*people organization.
Trans Justice Funding Project
The Trans Justice Funding Project is a community-led funding initiative supporting grassroots, trans justice groups run by and for trans people.
An online resource guide/membership site for those who are thinking about transitioning or who currently are in the process of transitioning.
Gendercast is a podcast focusing on gender from a transmasculine perspective.
A trans support company based out of the UK
Gender Expansion Project
Promotes gender inclusive education and awareness
Not Your Moms Trans 101
A guide exploring trans issues that is focused on helping people talk about gender with others.
Helps people find safe bathrooms and supports equal accommodation legislation.
Advice, information and support website for genderqueer, intersex, transgender and transsexual people, their friends and families.
Trans Housing Network
Have Couch – Need Couch network for homeless and in need GNC and Trans people.
Resources for Women After Neovaginoplasty
Transgender Health Empowerment, Inc
1414 North Capitol Street, NW, Washington, DC 20002 | 202-636-1646
Transgender Violence Tracking Portal
transviolencetracker.org | 609-423-6979
Advocates for the Humanity of Transgender and Transsexual Youth
transyouthequality.org | email@example.com
One N Ten
A not-for-profit organization dedicated to serving and assisting LGBTQ youth.
Transgender Law Center | 1-415-597-4960
TransMentors International – Mentoring program
TransMentors.org | 2942 N. 24th St. Suite #114-337, Phoenix, AZ 85018 | 877-366-3888
The Jim Collins Foundation | Funds gender-confirmation surgery P.O. Box 1002, North Branford, CT 06471 | 860-884-8822
Extend Fertility – egg freezing, clinics around the country
Trans United with Family and Friends
tufforg.com | 213-973-8833
Scouting for All
www.scoutingforall.org | 707-778-0564
Gender Legacy Project
GenderLegacyProject.org | firstname.lastname@example.org | 303-710-3203
Trans Media Watch
Helping the media report on transgender issues with accuracy, dignity & respect. Helping trans people who are receiving media attention. We tackle the bullies!
The Self Made Men
A magazine for people on the FTM Spectrum
Internet magazine for Transgender Men.
Strapped to the Mast
A Trans oriented comic series
The Gender Book Project
email@example.com | 281-912-3185
Reasonably priced STP Packers | FTM Owned and Operated | STP_Fitz@yahoo.com
The Breast Form Store 877-634-7495 | 604-241-4440 | Fax: 604-241-2002
Growing Old Gracefully: The Transgender Experience – a 38 minute film | firstname.lastname@example.org
Chaotic Kiss – Transgender Manga | email@example.com
Freedom Shoe – Transfriendly Women’s Online Store | 816-226-7798
More Than Two – Polyamory Resource Page
Scarleteen (Sexual Health for Youth)
ProCrossDresser | Judi Vandenburg | firstname.lastname@example.org | 855.494.7363
Carries a wide selection of quality breast forms, shapewear, clothing, wigs, makeup and more.
LGBT Drug Rehab Resources
Information about rehabilitation and drug use for LGBTQ individuals, run by a for-profit drug rehabilitation group
A national organization that works for full LGBTQ equality and inclusion in Jewish life.
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Institute of Living -An Intensive Outpatient Program for LGBT folks age 16 – 24 in Hartford, CT
http://www.harthosp.org/Instituteofliving | Laura Sanders | 860-545-7009.
T-House – A Digital Drop in Service for the Transgender Community in Broward County
http://www.t-houseonline.com/ | Judith_Reichman@doh.state.fl.us | 954-467-4700 ext. 5589
Outreach effort in Broward county that offers free physical and initial labs for the trans community
The Find a Professional page on this website has a number of trans-friendly therapists www.TherapyCertificationTraining.org
Wilton Manors Resources
954-764-5150 | email@example.com
Support services for trans folk: http://www.sunserve.org/transgender.htm
Groups are a great way to get up to date info on providers.
Phone: 305-663-7195 | Fax: 305-663-7197 | 5275 Sunset Drive, Miami, FL 33143-5914
Mission – To prevent suicide and ensure the healthy development of all youth through powerful communication and education on gender and orientation.
25 West St, 3rd Floor, Boston, MA. | (617) 266-3349
Boston Gay & Lesbian Adolescent Social Services opened in 1995, as New England’s first (and the country’s fourth) community center serving young people in the gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender community. An average of 25-30 youth a night come to GLASS to meet friends, talk to staff or participate in formal personal development programming.
The Trans Masculine Sexual Health Collaborative
Greater Boston Area PFLAG
www.gbpflag.org | 866-GBPFLAG firstname.lastname@example.org
Run Parents of trans kids groups.
New England Trans Pride
P.O. Box 30427, Springfield, MA 01103 | http://www.transpridemarch.org/
Organizers of New England Trans Pride March
GLAD Legal Services
Legal Information Hotline M-F 1:30-4:30 PM 1-800-455-GLAD | TTY: 617-426-6156
30 Winter St, Suite 800, Boston, MA 02108 | GLAD.org | 617-426-1350 | 617-426-3594 (fax)
PRISM LGBT Health Network – Guide to LGBT friendly providers in the North Shore & Essex County
PRISMHealth.org | 156 Cabot St. Beverly MA 01915 | 978.927.4506 x219
Gay & BI Men’s Health Program | GBMHP.org | x 219 or x 221 or x 226
617.450.1060 or 617.450.1102 | email@example.com | 75 Amory Street, Boston, MA 02119.
Hours: Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm
TransCEND (Transgender Care and Education Needs Diversity) provides support and risk reduction services to transgender women (male to female). The program offers member support, assistance with accessing basic services, medical care, support groups, educational groups, risk reduction materials, and individual case management.
On The Rise – Day Program for Homeless Women
Trans-affirming and welcoming day program for homeless women.
341 Broadway, Cambridge, MA 02139 | (617) 497-7968 | TTY: (617) 497-7887 | firstname.lastname@example.org
BAGLY – Boston Alliance of GLBT Youth
PO Box 960814, Boston, MA 02196 | Ph: 617-227-4313 | Fax: 617-227-3266
Health Policy Commission – Patient Advocate
Deborah Steinberg | Program Assistant, Office of Patient Protection | (617) 274-1826 | email@example.com
Discussion groups, support groups, activism, and social events
MA Transgender Political Coalition PO Box 301897, Jamaica Plain, MA 02130 | 617-778-0519 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Boston Medical Center STD Walk-in/Appointment Clinic
MTThF – 8-4; W 8-7 | 725 Albany St, Shapiro Center, Suite 9C | 617-414-4290, Option 3
Youth on Fire Drop In Center for GLBT Homeless and Street Involved Youth 14-24
Harvard Square – 1555 Mass. Ave | ccaa.org | 617-661-2508
MA Coalition for Suicide Prevention
| 1-877-870-4673 (Samaritans Line) | 781-223-7369 (Community Prevention & Development) | info@MassPreventsSuicide.org
BHN Crisis Services – 24/7 Mental Health Crisis Services in the Pioneer Valley
Mobile Crisis Intervention for Uninsured or MassHealth Insurced individuals under 21 years of age
413-733-6661 | 1-800-437-5922 | BHNinc.org
Community Based Locations for Crisis Evaluation
417 Liberty ST. Springfield, MA 01104 | 413-733-6661 | 800-437-5922
77 Mill ST. Westfield, MA 01085 | 413-586-6386 | 800-437-5922
North East Transwomen’s Alliance – Weekly Wednesday Meetings 7-9 PM, contact email@example.com
978-712-0144 | PO Box 773, Beverly, MA 01915
Tiffany Club of New England
tcne.org | PO Box 540071, Waltham, MA 02454 | 781-891-9325 | firstname.lastname@example.org
AIDS Project Worcester
85 Green St. Worcester, MA | 508-755-3773
- Trams4Matioms is a support group for all trans-identified people, of all types. We offer a supportive environment where people can explore or discuss matters related to gender. We are all social beings who need emotional support, positive feedback, and influence throughout our lives. We get these things through our individual social support networks that are often made up of friends and family members. Many transgender people find that being a part of a transgender support group, or having understanding friends and family members, greatly improves their self-esteem and social lives. Having people in your life who accept and support you generally improves your quality of life, no matter who you are. Trams4mations meets on the second and fourth Monday of the month from 6PM to 8PM, and every Thursday from noon to 2:00 PM. We can often provide information about gender therapists, endocrinologists, and other support groups. We also support each other and are a part of the local trans community. We meet at Aids Project Worcester, 85 Green Street, Worcester, MA 01604. For more information contact Lauren Gartenlaub at (508) 755-3773.
- Transgender Emergency Fund | TGEmergencyFund.org
My Changing Room Transformations, professional makeup, glamour photography
MyChangingRoom.com | 617-529-5055 | Boston, MA
tgfashions.com | 508-721-7800 | 888-721-3177 | Fax: 508-347-2427 | 850 Southbridge St. Auburn, MA 01501
Sisters of Boston –
groups.yahoo.com/group/sisters_of_boston | email@example.com
A group for trans and cross-dressing women
Boston FTM SOFFA group
groups.yahoo.com/group/BostonFTMSOFFAgroup | BostonFTMSOFFAgroupfirstname.lastname@example.org
A group offering support for the significant others, friends, families, and allies of FTM individuals.
Health Law Advocates
30 WInter St. Suite 1004 | Boston, MA 02108 | 617-338-5241 | healthlawadvocates.org
North Shore Trans Support Group
Sarah Frawley, LMHC | 978-219=2040 |SaraFrawleyLMHC@gmail.com.
A support group for transgender people (age 18+). New members welcome! Participants should plan to attend regularly in order to build
relationships amongst group members.The group is run by a licensed therapist in Salem and meets two times per month. The cost is $25 per session.
Grand Rapids Pride
SAFE-NH – Stop Abuse for Everyone
Safe-NH.org | email@example.com | PO Box 523, Rochester NH 03867 | 603-859-0859 | 603-297-0244 (fax)
Sisters of Manchester New Hampshire
Focus on Awareness and Information Resources of NY, Inc
Fairny.org | firstname.lastname@example.org | 315-460-6971
Transgender Legal Defense and Education Fund
TransgenderLegal.org | 26 Bowery St. Suite 3. | New York, NY 10013 | 646-862-9396 | Fax: 515-581-0991 | email@example.com
Trans Legal Services of Upstate New York
1-518-729-8474 | PO Box 1097 Saratoga, NY 12866
The Gay & Lesbian Community Center of Southern Nevada
953 E Sahara Ave, Ste. B-31, Las Vegas, NV 89104 | 702-733-9800
The Center is open M-F 11AM-7PM
Trans-Lation Every Friday Night 5:30 – 6:30 p.m. at The Center
A group for transgender people and their loved ones.
Las Vegas Transgender Support Group
Meeting Times: 7:00PM to 8:30PM First and Third Mondays of every month
Community Counseling Center 1120 Almond Tree Lane Las Vegas
Located just North West of the Intersection of Maryland Parkway and Sahara
For more information, please contact: Antioco at (702) 369-8700
Or use voice mail number at (702) 392-2132
For online information you can also contact by E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Silver Rose Gender Association
open to all CD’s, TV’s, M-F TS’s, F-M TS’s, and all associated family and friends.
Meets the 2nd Saturday of every month at 2850 Wrondel Way, Reno, NV at 8:00 p.m.
Contact: Lynda Cheney at email@example.com
P.O. Box 1334, Carson City, NV, 89702
Transgender Support and Advocacy, Nevada
1120 Almond Tree Lane, Suite 207; Las Vegas, NV 89104 | 392-2132 (voice mail) | firstname.lastname@example.org
A nonprofit educational and support organization dedicated to gender, affectional, and racial equality.
Transsexuals Support Group – Page: (702) 222-7814 (Tammy)
For both F-M and M-F. Meetings the second and fourth Saturdays at 6:00 pm.
Non-threatening environment for spouses, significant others, and family members.
Transgender Support Group
Community Counseling Center, 714 E Sahara Ave, Las Vegas 89104. | (702) 369-8700 (Wendy) or 369-8700 (Jane Heenan, Director of the TSAN program)
Every Monday night 6:30 – 8:00 p.m. (or 7:30-9pm)
Youth OUTright – Youth Advocacy and Leadership Program for LGBTQ Youth in Western North Carolina
YouthOUTright.org | PO Box 1893, Asheville, NC 28802 | email@example.com | 828-772-1912
TransActive Gender Center – Portland, OR
Education, support groups, advocacy, referrals
TransActiveOnline.org | firstname.lastname@example.org | 503-252-3000
For Ourselves: Reworking Gender Expression – Peer support for those on the FTM spectrum
“What you can do: Supporting yourself and others after a trans death or violence crime”
“Ending trans domestic violence”
“Let’s Talk About It! A Transgender Survivor’s Guide to Accessing Therapy”>/a>
William Way – Service, recreational, educational, & cultural programming
Attic Youth Center – Serving Philadelphia LGBT Youth
atticyouthcenter.org | (215) 545-4331
TGI Network of RI
PO Box 40365, Providence, RI 02940 | email@example.com | 401-441-5058 | www.tginetwork.org
Offers peer support groups including for FTM, partners, family, mixed. Site also has resources, name change info. TGI = “transgender, gender-variant, and intersex”
To contact Borderlands (support for transgender people,) you can e-mail the facilitator directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
To contact TransPartners or TransFamily New England, you can e-mail the facilitator directly at email@example.com.
For referrals for trans-friendly doctors or therapists, please see the Trans* Health Referral Guide
Youth Pride, Inc
743 Westminster Street, Providence, RI 02903 | 401.421.5626 | firstname.lastname@example.org | www.youthprideri.org
youth age 13 up to age 23 – drop-in – 12-8 M-F & Sa 10-5
Gender Spectrum support group Tuesdays at 5pm
Transgender resources person
Case Management and referrals – HIV prevention work
LGBTQ Support Resources from the University of Soutch Carolina
South Carolina Resource List
Southeastern US State Resources
South Carolina Legal Resources
OUTMemphis.org | 892 Cooper St. Memphis, TN 38104 | (901) 278-6422 | email@example.com
Lots of support groups and activities.
Vanderbilt University Medical Center Program for LGBTI Health
vanderbilthealth.com/lgbtihealthprogram | 1211 Medical Center Drive. Nashville, TN 37232 | (615) 936-3879
The Tennessee Vals
A middle of the state support group
- Ingersoll Gender Center: www.ingersollcenter.org/
- Gender Justice League: http://www.genderjusticeleague.org/
- Seattle Area Support Groups & Community Center (website also hosts great resource list):www.sasg.org
- Entre Hermanos: www.entrehermanos.org
- API Chaya: www.apichaya.org
- Jewish Federation of Greater Seattle LGBTQ Community Services: www.jfsseattle.org/yaslgbtq
- NW Sex Workers Outreach Program: www.swop-seattle.org
- Northwest Network (support for survivors of abuse): http://nwnetwork.org/
- PFLAG Washington: http://www.pflagwsc.org/
South Sound and Eastern Washington
- Oasis Youth Center (Tacoma): www.oasisyouthcenter.org
- Tacoma Rainbow Center: www.rainbowcenter.org
- South Sound Gender Alliance: www.southsoundgender.com
- LGBT Aging Center (Tacoma): www.tacomalesbianconcern.org
- Stonewall Youth (Olympia): www.stonewallyouth.org
- Rainbow Center Olympia: www.rainbowcenteroly.org
- Odyssey Youth Center (Spokane): www.odysseyyouth.org
- Queer Youth Space: www.queeryouthspace.org
- Seattle Children’s info for families of trans* youth: http://www.seattlechildrens.org/kids-health/parents/school-and-family-life/tough-topics/transgender-people/
- Lambert House (youth programming): www.lamberthouse.org
- Orion Center (support for homeless youth): www.youthcare.org
- Gender Diversity family support groups: http://www.genderdiversity.org/family-support-groups/
FORGE – support, education, advocacy
Forge-Forward.org | firstname.lastname@example.org | 414-559-2123 | PO Box 1272 Milwaukee, WI 53201