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US: 877.565.8860, Canada: 877.330.6366 Trans Lifeline is a non-profit dedicated to the wellbeing of transgender people.

We run a hotline staffed by transgender people for transgender people.

Individual, group, couples and family therapy addressing issues relevant to the GLBTQ community such as identity formation, coming out, HIV/AIDS and the impact of homophobia, as well as general mental health problems; Psychiatry and medication management available.

Support groups: transgender support group, AA, SAFE adult education groups; a library and computer center; referrals for services; Pro-Bono Name Change Project for TGNC people and Drop-In Legal Clinic for LGBT legal questions; HIV testing and counseling; group for LGBT parents and their children.

Transgender Evening Program and Transgender Transitional Housing Program provides legal services, in addition to HIV/AIDS services, homeless and food services, support services, detox and referrals, and more.

Short-term individual, family, and couples treatment, substance use and treatment adherence services. Department of Health and Human Services that leads public health efforts to advance the behavioral health of the nation.

Use the dropdown menu below to select a resources area of focus and to find out just how much this city has to offer.

Many of these listings are LGBT-owned and operated, all are LGBT-friendly and some are not LGBT at all, but are conveniently located!

Mental Health services only available for HIV individuals who meet financial and residential eligibility requirements. SAMHSA’s mission is to reduce the impact of substance abuse and mental illness on America’s communities.

Offers a transgender support group (RSVP required), scholarship for gender-confirming surgeries, Trans Clinic in partnership with Bronx Lebanon: General Medical care, Hormone Replacement therapy, Therapy, HIV treatment, Hep C treatment, surgeon referrals, surgery assistance programs Callen-Lorde provides a trans-affirmative environment where you can receive hormone therapy, as well as engage in an ongoing relationship with a primary care provider and/or a mental health provider to address the all of your health and wellness needs.

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