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Trans Care Protocols developed by Vancouver Coastal Health, British Columbia
Compass (New England female-to-male transgender group)
Gender.org (gender education and advocacy)
Legal Clinic for Low-Income Trans
2nd Thursday, 5-7p at Boston Health Care for the Homeless
3rd Thursday, 6-8p at AIDS Action Committee provided by MTLA.
Fenway Health provides primary medical and mental health care, and supportive services, that are sensitive to the needs of people who identify on the transgender spectrum.
The Transgender Health Program at Fenway helps to ensure quality and informed care for trans women, trans men, gender-queer, affirmed men and women, and others who have health care needs unique to gender expressions and identities that may vary from societally imposed expectations or norms.
Fenway provides supportive and sensitive care regardless of gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, race/ethnicity, religion, or socio-economic status.
Goals of the Transgender Health Program:
Feedback about the Transgender Health Program:
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Click here for a list of books and documents (MS Word doc) that may be of help in self-education about the transgender communities and issues.
Click here to view a Learning Module on Transgender Health that was developed for clinicians caring for trans patients. The Module consists of a PowerPoint presentation, resources, as well as a Glossary of Gender and Transgender Terms, that was written to help clinicians communicate better with their patients.
The Transgender Health Program offers a holistic approach to individual health. Services available include:
For more information about Fenway's Transgender Health program, email email@example.com.
Download a list of behavioral health referrals OUTSIDE of Fenway Health here. (MS Word doc)
Download the Fenway Health Protocol for Hormone Therapy.
Download an Informed Consent form for review
Transgender Suicide Prevention
For information about transgender suicide and helping a person who is feeling suicidal, please download one of the following brochures:
To assist a friend or someone you know in the community: Community Brochure
For professionals who serve the transgender communities and want information on helping suicidal clients or patients: Providers' Brochure
For answers to the most commonly asked questions about how to get into care with the Fenway Transgender Health Program, please download our Transgender Care Fact Sheet. If you have questions after reading this document, contact us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.