Support Groups


Worldwide Support Groups

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Here you’ll find a listing of support groups from around the world. These groups may meet either online or in person and are a great way to make friends within your community. You are not alone.

If you run a support group and would like to be listed here, or if you participate in one you think should be added to this list, please contact us.

TYFA – Trans Youth Family Allies empowers children and families by partnering with educators, service providers and communities, to develop supportive environments in which gender may be expressed and respected. We envision a society free of suicide and violence in which ALL children are respected and celebrated. For more information visit our website, call 1 (888) 462-8932 Toll-Free in the USA, or by Email: [email protected]

Empty Closets – Everyone wonders who they are, but not everyone is brave enough to seek the answer. Empty Closets is a place where you can figure out who you are, surrounded by other people just like you. Whether you’re gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, curious, unsure or a friend of someone who is, Empty Closets will help you find the answer. We welcome new members of all ages from 13 upwards. Empty Closets offers a forum where you can join in with a wide range of discussions or start your own, chat room, useful articles and links. Members can also create their own galleries and blogs. Note that you must be approved for Full Member status before you have access to the Chat Room. As a regular member, you will have access to all the public forums and be able to view and create albums and blogs. You may not however comment on them, and you will only be able to send private messages to Advisors, Experts, Moderators and Administrators. The above restrictions are removed once you become a Full Member. Once you have settled in and have posted regularly for a couple of weeks you may apply to become a Full Member. Just fill in the short application form and submit it to us. We hope you enjoy Empty Closets and find it helpful.

Gender Identity Empowerment Coalition – We are creating an Empowerment Challenge Breakthrough program for Transgender people to work to change their lives into the ones that they want, and at the same time, contribute to changing the world breaking the bonds of oppression no matter what! If a quadripilegic man can overcome challenges to win in his life and in the world, then WE have NO excuses. Let’s become Winners and no longer victims. Visit our website or you may contact us by Email: [email protected] or by Phone: (USA) 1 (415) 678-8043.

Our Path – International support network of heterosexual women and men, formerly or currently partnered with gay, lesbian, bisexual, or transgendered mates.

ALABAMA LGBT MENTORS – is a Facebook group that provides a forum in which LGBT youth in Alabama can connect with older, college-age LGBT students from Alabama as mentors.

Tau Upsilon – is a Tri-Ess Chapter in the sunny city of Tucson Arizona.

Tau Upsilon is a family-oriented support group for crossdresser, spouses, partners and family members. Our group has been around for 18 years and has gradually been increasing in size.

Email: [email protected]

TG Harmony – The mission of Transgender Harmony is to provide resources and opportunities for the support of ALL transgender and gender-variant persons in the pursuit of health and happiness in their lives. This community group meets monthly at Casa. Come early to chat with leaders or at meeting time for the group activities. Meetings are all held at Casa de Cristo church, 1029 E. Turney, North of Indian School Road and West of 12th Street on the Southside of Turney in Phoenix, AZ 85014-4402. Also at : but the page is new. Meetings are third Saturday of every month (started Saturday, September 19, 2015) from 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM. (Original page/link missing June 2020, please double check if this group is still available).

SAGA (Southern Arizona Gender Alliance)
Facilitator: Abby Jensen

SAGA is a non-profit organization that supports and advocates for southern Arizona’s community of trans identities: transsexual, transgender, genderqueer, masculine of centre, feminine of centre, non-binary, two-spirit, butch, femme, gender fluid, intersex, and ALL of us who are gender fabulous!

SAGA envisions a society in which transgender, non-binary, and gender-creative people are ensured of their basic rights and can be open, honest and safe at home and in the community. We provide support groups, advocacy, community education, and training for businesses, service providers, and community members on how our allies can be supportive and inclusive.

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Spouses / Partners of Transgender People

Contact Marnee Reiley, MA, LMFT at 949-648-7991 for the waiting list and group information. This is a six-week, closed therapy group for cis-identified spouses and intimate partners of transgender people. To create cohesion and community, the group will be closed and a commitment to the entire six weeks is requested. The fee is $300. Advanced registration is required, as is a brief phone call with me to make sure the group is a good fit for those interested. In the past, I’ve found this group to be so beneficial to the members in creating community, normalizing feelings, and combating isolation. We cover subjects ranging from finances to sexuality to identity, parenting, and anything else that the members would like to bring in.

Diablo Valley Girls (DVG) – Serving the Transgender Community of the Greater San Francisco Bay Area.

Diablo Valley Girls is a non-profit, non-sexual social support group for M to F transgender individuals, their families and friends. Although mainly serving the needs of those in the East Bay area of Northern California, we have members in seven states. DVG is an open group and welcomes all mature and responsible persons. Our membership and mailing lists are confidential and our members are expected to observe everyone’s right to privacy. By phone: (925) 937-8432 Answered live Mon-Thurs from 7-10 p.m. The recorder is always on. Snail Mail: DVG, PO Box 2377, Pleasant Hill, CA 94523. Email: [email protected]

Ladies Knight Out (LKO) – usually meets on the first Saturday of each month, as well as extra dates for special activities. We meet at various locations, generally in the Orange County area. LKO offers an outlet of support and fun for both the crossdresser and their partner. For more information Email Us.

The Neutral Corner, Inc. – was founded in 1985 as a (501) (c) (3) nonprofit organization registered with the state of California. We are a self-help group to assist individuals living with gender identities that differ from their physical birth sex. We are dedicated to helping these individuals understand and deal with their situation. For many, a Neutral Corner meeting may provide their first face-to-face encounter with other transgender or gender non-conforming people. It opens their eyes to the fact they are not alone, and that others also understand what they are going through. We also serve the transgendered individual’s spouses, partners, family, friends, and others affected by the situation. For more information: Email Us.

River City Gems – based in Sacramento, California – is a social and crossdressing support group for crossdressers, their partners, and their families. We have members from all over Northern California and neighboring states. Our primary goal is to provide crossdressers and their significant others with opportunities to socialize in a personally affirming, safe, and supportive environment. We also strive to raise awareness of crossdressing and the transgendered and to promote a positive image of our community to business owners, the media, and the general public. For more details on our group please feel free to read and use our vision statement located at our website. There are a few ways to contact us: Postal mail: River City Gems,
P.O. Box 601203, Sacramento, CA 95860 or by Email

CHIC Crossdressers Heterosexual Intersocial Club – in Long Beach California since 1975. A Southern California Couples Oriented Crossdressing Social Club. Welcome to the official website of the Crossdressers Heterosexual Intersocial Club also known as CHIC. We are a social group of outgoing fun-seeking CEO’s which stands for Crossdress Every Opportunity, made up of about 20 heterosexual male crossdressers along with some wives and significant others. We are a group of men who have become reasonably comfortable dressing as women and enjoy going out to nice restaurants once a month with our friends. CHIC gets together on the second Saturday of each month primarily at mainstream public restaurants in the Los Angeles and Long Beach California area. Our emphasis is on fun, the evening out and the dining experience so we do not discuss club business at the public venues. As you explore our site you will find information regarding cross-dressing from the heterosexual perspective. Terms such as Transvestite, TV, Drag Queen, DQ, Transsexual, TS, Transgender, TG, and others are commonly used to describe men who dress as women but there are distinct differences.

Information and Support Group in Porterville, California – It has 2 parts. Part 1 is information and support for friends and families of transgender individuals including restoring a relationship with a friend or family member broken by conservative religious beliefs and part 2 is information and support for transgender individuals. It meets every Monday evening from 5:30 to 6:00 PM for part 1 and 6:00 to 6:30 PM for part 2. More information, and support, as well as the location of meetings, can be found by contacting me Jennifer Mari Email: [email protected]

Sutter Gender Identity Support Group
Sacramento, CA
Monthly Support Group Meetings
Our group meets on the third Saturday of every month at 6:30 P.M
Place: Sutter Medical Center Sacramento
Ose Adams Medical Pavilion, 2nd Floor
Conference Room C
2801 L Street
Sacramento, CA 95816
Directions to Meetings
Business I-80 (toward Sacramento) exit at J St, continue south 2 blocks on 29th St, turn right onto L St.
Business I-80 (toward Reno) exit at N St, go north 2 blocks on 30th St, turn left onto L St.
There is free parking after 6 pm on the street around Sutter’s Fort Park.
There is a pay parking garage on 29th St. between L St. and Capitol Ave.
Enter the main lobby of the Medical Center through the driveway on the south side of L St between 28th and 29th Streets. Take the orange elevator on your left to Level 2, then cross the access bridge to the Ose Adams Medical Pavilion. Follow the signs to Conference Room C. Our meetings are intended for individuals who identify as gender variant, transgender, intersex, or who are questioning their gender identity, their significant others, parents, children, allies and helping professionals. We serve a potluck dinner at 6:30 pm after which we have a confidential support group meeting at 7:30 pm where each person can give a review of where they are and what has happened in the last month. If enough people are present, we may split into groups for separate relevant discussions. Meetings are intended for individuals who identify as gender variant, transgender, intersex, or who are questioning their gender identity, their significant others, parents, children, allies and helping professionals. Meets on the 3rd Saturday of every month from 6:30pm to 9:00pm.

Carla’s Social Club
1630 Oakland Road, #A105
San Jose, CA 95131
Phone: (408) 298-6900
Email: [email protected]
Carla’s is a discreet, safe & private place for the transgendered and cross-dressing community. Carla’s offers peer support, lockers and mailboxes and has an active social club with lots of fun events.

The Trans* Support Group
Meets at Sacramento LGBT Community Center
1927 L Street
Sacramento, CA 95811
Email: [email protected]
Brings together people undergoing or considering gender transition to share transition-related information and resources, discuss transition issues, and create a setting for meeting new people and developing social connections. Meets on the 2nd and 4th Sunday of every month from 4:30 pm to 6:30 pm.

PFLAG Sacramento
Meets at Saint Mark’s United Methodist Church
2391 Saint Mark’s Way
Sacramento CA 95864
Phone: (916) 978-0410
PFLAG promotes the health and well-being of gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender and intersex persons, their families and friends through support, education, and advocacy.
Meets on the 3rd Tuesday of every month from 7:30 pm-9:30 pm.

Sacramento Area Rainbow Kids
Phone: (916) 642-9760
Email: [email protected]
Contact through:
We are a group of families who gather together for support, education, and community to help raise our transgender, gender variant, gender non-conforming or gender questioning children (4-18 years old) in a supportive and loving manner. We recognize that every child and every family has their own journey and has different levels of acceptance and beliefs. Meets on the 2nd Sunday of every month from 3:30 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Trans Families Sacramento
Meets at Saint Mark’s United Methodist Church
2391 Saint Mark’s Way
Sacramento CA 95864
Phone: (916) 455-2391
TransFamilies Sacramento is a peer-run support group for transgender individuals and/or their family, friends, and allies. Everyone is welcome. TransFamilies has joined with PFLAG Sacramento to deal with gender concerns as well as sexual orientation support for the whole family. If your family includes a transgender member and you wish to know more about how to support your entire family, come and talk with other families who have already dealt with these issues or are at the same place as you.
Meets on the 3rd Tuesday of every month at the PFLAG meeting.

Gender Health Center
2020 29th Street, Suite 201
Sacramento, CA 95817
Phone: (916) 455-2391
Significant Others, Family, Friends and Allies of Trans peer support, informational, and social group for people who have a relationship with someone labelled or socialized as transgender or gender variant. Meets on the 1st Tuesday of every month from 6:00pm-8:00pm.

Gender Health Center
2020 29th Street, Suite 201
Sacramento, CA 95817
Phone: (916) 455-2391
Validating All Forms of Female Expression! TransFem is a social group, a support group, and a mentor group for female-identified individuals including gender variant females. Whether butch or girly, all forms of female expression are welcome! Meets on the 1st Tuesday of every month from 6:00pm-8:00pm.

San Francisco, CA
Transgender San Francisco is a social and support group for the San Francisco Bay Area transgender community. Has a social gathering on the last Thursday of every month, and other events which you can view on their Meetup Group:

Sacramento FTM Support Group
Meets at: The Lavender Library
1414 21st Street
Sacramento, CA 95811
Phone: (916) 455-2391
Email: [email protected]
The purpose of this group is to provide a safe, supportive environment for individuals who were born female-bodied and identify as male. Meets on the 1st Tuesday of every month from 6:00pm-8:00pm.

TYES (Trans-Youth education & Support of Colorado) – is an organization that was founded in 2007 as a support group for gender-variant children and their families. TYES is dedicated to helping parents cope with their gender-variant children, and to help families find the information, resources, and the understanding that they need. While the youth enjoy each others company, the parents meet together to support one another. Often this support means helping families through the process of acceptance and understanding. We also work together to find solutions for children who are starting school in their affirmed gender. Sometimes we help each other understand the future regarding safety, hormones, emotional concerns and much more.Most importantly, TYES provides children with a safe place to be themselves without the harsh judgments they often encounter. In our short time as a group, we have seen several young people find a new sense of themselves. They find freedom in knowing they are not alone, and in being with a group of people who celebrate them just the way they are. TYES supports all families of gender variant youth, not just those that are transitioning or considering transition. If you would like to join us, please email us at the address below. Please know that we recognize that privacy is critical for our families and we work hard to protect the privacy of everyone in the group. For more information on how TYES can help your family, please use the contact information below: Phone: (720) 443-7708 Email: [email protected] Facebook:

GLBT Colorado – The Center – opened in 1976 and over the years has grown to become the largest community centre in the Rocky Mountain region, giving voice to Colorado’s LGBT community and playing a pivotal role in statewide initiatives to reduce harassment and discrimination. Today, we are focused on fulfilling our mission – To engage, empower, enrich, and advance the gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender community of Colorado – by ensuring that every member of the LGBT community has access to the programs and resources they need to live happy, healthy, and productive lives.

Has a Transgender discussion group and much more. The Center is the only statewide, nonprofit community centre dedicated to providing support and advocacy for Colorado’s gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender (GLBT) population. We serve as a catalyst for community organizing, support services, social activities, and cultural events. Our programs include: The Center’s Legal Initiatives Project (CLIP). Public Policy and Advocacy. GLBT Social & Support Groups. Health Resource & Referral. Lesbian Cancer Support Services. News Media Resource & Referral. Denver PrideFest. Speakers Bureau. Safe Facility for Group Meetings. Terry Mangan Memorial Library. Youth Services / Rainbow Alley. David Bohnett Cyber Center. Social and support group events at the Center attract over 2,000 people to the facility every month. We also offer meeting space for community organizations. Contact Us: Denver: 1301 E Colfax, Denver, CO 80218, Phone: (303) 733-7743 Fax: (303) 282-9399.

SAGE Of The Rockies – As an affiliate member of the nationwide SAGE (Services and Advocacy for GLBT Elders) network, The Center’s SAGE of the Rockies program offers activities and events that focus on health, housing, legal and financial planning, legacy, and social connection, specifically for LGBT persons age 50+.

Rainbow Alley (Drop-In Center) – is a safe space supporting LGBTQ youth and their allies ages 11 to 21, providing a drop-in space, youth-led events and activities, counselling and support groups, health services, and life services, all in a warm, welcoming, and supportive environment. Rainbow Alley drop-in hours are Tuesday & Wednesday 12:30 PM to 7 PM. Thursday & Friday 1 PM to 8 PM. Select Saturdays TBD. Contact: Phone: (303) 831-0442. Email: [email protected]

PAGE (Peak Area Gender Expressions) – a Transgender Support Group of Colorado Springs. PAGE is for Transgender people, friends and family. This group offers: Complete confidentiality, Help with understanding Transgenderism, Support for you no matter where you are on your journey from questioning your gender identity to post-op Transsexual and everywhere in between. An all-inclusive, accepting and non-judgmental environment to express yourself as you wish. Resources and information concerning Transgender issues and concerns including health, legal, activism, shopping, etc. Opportunities to express yourself (parties, private get-togethers, Events at public venues, etc.) outside of regular meetings. Meetings are free. We meet the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of each month at 7 pm. Facilitators: Dana, Carrie, Adraine, Niko. Email: [email protected] Location: Pikes Peak Metropolitan Community Church, 1102 South 21st Street, Colorado Springs, CO 80904, (2 blocks south of Highway 24). Website:

BRIDGE (Building Real Identities anD Gender Expressions) – a Transgender Support Group of Colorado Springs. Focuses on TG persons ages 18 through their 30s. BRIDGE is for Transgender people, friends and family. This group offers: Complete confidentiality, Help with understanding Transgenderism, Support for you no matter where you are on your journey from questioning your gender identity to post-op Transsexual and everywhere in between. An all-inclusive, accepting and non-judgmental environment to express yourself as you wish. Resources and information concerning Transgender issues and concerns including health, legal, activism, shopping, etc. Opportunities to express yourself (parties, private get-togethers, events at public venues, etc.) outside of regular meetings. Meetings are free. Bridge Meetings: Contact BRIDGE for meeting dates and location. Facilitators: Diana Rife. Email: [email protected]



New Haven Youth Group
New Haven LGBT Community Center
50 Fitch Street
New Haven, CT
Phone: (203) 387-2252
Facilitated by Tom Murphy, LCSW, this LGBT and questioning youth support group meets on Tuesday evenings from 6:00 PM to either 7:00 PM or 7:30 PM.

Rainbow Room
Hartford Gay And Lesbian Health Collective
1841 Broad Street
Hartford, CT.
Phone: (860) 278-4163
Contact Facilitator: Stacey Pritcher at Number Above
This group meets on Sundays from 3PM – 6PM, and offers social time and activities in a safe and affirming LGBTQ space. Special events (such as the QUEER PROM) are held regularly.

Transgender Teen Support Group
Phone: (203) 776-1966
Facilitator : Irwin Krieger
Email : [email protected]
This group for Transgender and gender questioning youth (ages 17-21) meets monthly at Irwins office in New Haven, CT. on Tuesdays at 4:30 PM. For further information please contact Irwin directly.

VOICE (Voicing Our Individuality to Create Equality)
Womens And Families Center
169 Colony Street
Meriden, CT 06451
Phone: (203) 235-9297, x24
Information Contact Osvaldo at the number above
This group is for gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, intersex and questioning youth ages 12-21. It meets on Tuesdays at 5:30 PM.
Edit – August 2023: Website not longer found

There are currently no listings in this category listed for this region. If you would like to list your group, please contact us.


Gulf Coast Transgender Alliance We are a transgender support group located in Pensacola, FL. The group is dedicated to providing a safe and empathetic environment for members and supporters of the transgender community to find resources, make new friends, and explore healthy ways of coping with a variety of gender spectrum issues. Our meetings are open to anyone with gender issues. We also encourage family members and friends to attend. Contact us for Time and Dates or for more information: Phone: (850) 332-8416. Email: [email protected]

Triangle Interweave is a Lake County Florida based chapter of Interweave Continental, associated with the Unitarian-Universalist Association, dedicated to offering a safe networking environment for the LGBTQ community, their families, friends and supporters; bringing awareness of LGBTQ issues to the public; and working for full human rights for all members of the LGBTQ community. Contact Information: Phone: (352) 327-7513. Email: [email protected]

Sigma Epsilon is the Atlanta, Georgia chapter of Tri-Ess International, a non-profit support and social organization for adult cross dressers. We provide the same support on issues surrounding cross dressing for the spouses, significant others and families of our members. Sigma Epsilon will provide a safe, supportive, and confidential forum that encourages open dialogue to guide our sisters and their loved ones toward a better understanding of the phenomenon of adult cross dressing and how it relates to their individual lives and relationships.

Contact Us:
By Postal Mail: Sigma Epsilon, P.O. Box 930516, Norcross, GA 30003-0516.
By Email: Write to our Outreach Director, Rhonda Lee, at: [email protected]
Write to our President, Megan, at: [email protected]

Wives and significant others may write to Barbara Newman at: [email protected]
By Phone: The Information Help Line number is: (770) 552-4415.
This is a Voice Mailbox, please leave your name, a Phone number and times during the day or evening that you can be reached. This line is completely secure. We will never leave messages on your voice mail/answering machine, nor will we identify the reason for our return call to anyone but you, unless you specifically request otherwise. Our Director of Outreach, Rhonda Lee will call you back usually within a 24-48 hour timeframe. Please allow her an ample opportunity to reach you by providing several time periods for her to return your call. Also please state your name and phone number slowly and kindly repeat it as well. Between the use of cell phones and the recording technologies, the messages at times are difficult to decipher. Thanks.
Before attending your first meeting, it is necessary for you to call our information line and talk with Rhonda Lee. This is part of our screening and security process.

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Tri-States Transgender Support Group

Tri-States Transgender Support Group (TSTG) welcomes all gender-gifted individuals, friends, and allies in the Boise/Treasure Valley area. The group includes — but are certainly not limited to — transsexual (FTM/MTF), transgender, intersex, gender non-conforming, gender non-binary, and questioning individuals.

What TSTG is:

    • a social group


    • a judgement free support group


    • a public education group


    • an advocacy group


  • a place to find information on transgender friendly resources

What TSTG isn’t:

  • a hook-up group

Tri-States is a closed/private group, which is serious about safety and privacy. An initial interview with the facilitator to vet any new attendees is required for authorization to attend the meetings. Tri-States is a low-volume group — participation is encouraged. Bi-monthly meetings are held from 7-9 PM on the 1st and 3rd Saturday of each month at The LGBTQ Community Center (TCC) –1088 North Orchard Street, Boise, Idaho 83706. After each meeting, some of the attendees go to a restaurant as a group to socialize. There is no dressing protocol…whatever makes each attendee feel comfortable.

Facilitator: Emilie Jackson-Edney
Co-facilitator: Dianne Piggott
Co-facilitator: Elizabeth Price
[email protected]

Treasure Valley / Boise PFLAG

Treasure Valley/Boise PFLAG (Parents and Friends of Lesbians and Gays) meets on the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of each month from 7:00-9:00 PM at the Southminster Presbyterian Church located at 6500 Overland Road. Lots of trans teens and adults attend.
Facilitator: Lucy Groves
Phone: 208-863-5831

Coeur d’Alene PFLAG
Facilitator: Juli Stratton

Idaho Falls / East Idaho PFLAG

Twin Falls / Magic Valley PFLAG

All Under One Roof
Pocatello, ID

Hailey / Wood River Valley PFLAG
For information, contact:
Gregory – (208) 578-5460, or
Carney – [email protected]

Sandpoint PFLAG
Phone: (208) 718-2388

YAD (Youth Alliance for Diversity)
Sponsored by Boise’s LGBT Community Center, YAD is for queer teens age 12 to 19.
Facilitator: Javier Smith

T-MAC: Transmasculine Alliance Chicago

T-MAC is a peer led community group at Center on Halsted for anyone assigned female at birth (AFAB) who identifies as male, masculine of center, or is questioning their gender. Our meetings include topics related to transmasculine identity, guest speakers and workshops. Our mission is to provide a safe and supportive environment for the transmasculine community.

Demographics: ftm, transmasculine, AFAB non binary, questioning
Location: (Chicago, IL) Center on Halsted
Meeting times: Every first, third & fifth Fridays (6:30-9:00)
Email: [email protected]

Chicago Gender Society – Based in Chicago, Illinois. Includes, meeting, membership and contact information, and an events calendar. The Chicago Gender Society (CGS) is organized and operated for social, charitable and educational purposes. More specifically, CGS is a social, and educational organization for all members of the Transgender community, their supporters and for the benefit of the public. The goal of CGS is to provide social and educational activities for its members, the transgender community and its supporters and the general public. It seeks to promote a positive self-image for transgender individuals in the business community, in the media and the general public. CGS is neither a therapy group nor a dating service. Each member is responsible for their own conduct. Chicago Gender Society, PO Box 66595, Chicago, IL 60666-0595. Email: [email protected]

Outreach Quad Cities Transgender Support – A social, educational, and support group for any and all, cross dressers, transsexuals, and other individuals who identify themselves as transgendered. Phone: (563) 272-8945.

Guided Path Psychological Services in Palatine, Illinois – several support groups for the transgendered community and their families. Guided Path Psychological Services holds therapy groups and social groups at our Palatine office. Therapy groups may be covered by your insurance! Otherwise, we do have a sliding scale available with a maximum of $30 per meeting. Social groups are free of cost. Check out our current group listings! If you are interested in attending please call us at (847) 809-3031 or by Email: [email protected] Facebook: Facebook :
LGBTQ Support Group: Meets Thursdays at 6PM. Low fee or insurance covered. We at Guided Path Psychological Services offer comprehensive, caring, experienced and informative support for gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgendered and questioning individuals. Dr. Bonnie Estensen, a counselor and owner of Guided Path is an expert in diversity related issues, offers training opportunities for new counselors, teaches at a local university, but most importantly, is offering you an opportunity to join this newly formed support group. Call (847) 809-3031 for more information.
Gay Men’s Support Group: Meets Wednesdays 6:30PM-8:00PM. Counselor led weekly support group whether you are questioning, coming out or have been out and proud for some time this therapeutic process group provides a safe space to improve your sense of connection and belonging with other gay men. Throughout the group experience, members will step out of their comfort zones exploring patterns and roles that may impact the quality of their relationships while challenging elements that may prevent us from being able to fully live our lives. Core themes explored by the group will include, but may not be limited to, isolation, sadness, sexuality, boundaries, jealousy, living gay in the suburbs and maintaining healthy communication. Contact Michael Villarreal at (847) 991-7284. May be covered by health insurance or a $30 fee per group session.
Transgender Support Social: Peer Lead. Meets the 3rd Friday of each month 6:00pm-8:00pm, Free. The counselors at Guided Path Psychological Services have been aware of the growing need for a safe place where folks who are in ALL stages of transitioning (including questioning), can meet with each other, develop friendships, have support and just connect. This group is free of charge and will be peer lead, meaning that although Guided Path has therapeutic support groups lead by professional staff, this group will be a little different from that. It will be a much needed group designed so that you can connect with others in a safe and supportive environment. If you have questions, feel free to call Dr. Bonnie Estensen at (847) 809-3031. Bring a friend, the only criteria is that all attending should identify as gender fluid, transgendered, or questioning.
A Group for the Parents of Transgendered Youth: A group addressing the specific needs and concerns of parents who have a transgender child (or children) of any age and maybe struggling. Regardless if the child may be questioning or in the process of transitioning, the purpose of the group is to provide education, support and an opportunity to explore the feelings associated with your child’s process. With emotions possibly ranging from shock to fear, doubt to acceptance, anger to guilt, it is important to know that this is a safe space in which it is OK to not be OK. The group will meet at our offices at 201 E Dundee Rd, Palatine, Illinois 60074. The group is planned to meet for an initial eight sessions and after the first meeting participants will be asked to commit to attend the remaining sessions. The group will be initially facilitated by Dr Bonnie Estensen, Psy D, LCPC and Dan Frett, MS, LCPC joined by Jackie Frett , a paraprofessional with extensive work with LGBT parents. Fees per session will be $30 per individual parent with a combined charge of $40 with both parents in attendance. Insurance coverage when applicable will be accepted for payment. Interested parties are asked to contact Dan Frett at (630) 915-6472 or Email: [email protected] to arrange a phone screening prior to joining the group and/or ask any questions that may assist you regarding the group.

T-MAC – Transmasculine Alliance Chicago. A Community Group at Center on Halsted, in Chicago, for transmasculine individuals. Meeting Times: Every First & Third Fridays, 06:30 PM – 09:00 PM. Location: Center On Halsted, 3656 N. Halsted, Chicago, IL 60613. Check in with the Center on Halsted staff on the 2nd Floor for the meeting room location. Email: [email protected]

Trans Indy – A social/support group for transgender and gender diverse people in central Indiana. Includes meeting, membership contact information and a calendar of events. Montly Meetings: The fourth Saturday of every month at 3:00 P.M. Place: Life Journey Church, 2950 E 55th Place, Indianapolis, IN 46220. Contact Us Via Our Webpage.

IXE – We are IXE (Iota Chi Sigma). We started in 1987 as a gender support group here in Indianapolis. We try to help gender conflicted persons in the context of a monthly social meeting. We welcome all gender conflicted persons, their family, spouses or SO’s excluding no one. This includes CD, TV, TS, TG, or those who don’t want a label or put themselves in a box. Contact us via Postal Mail: IXE, PO Box 20710, Indianapolis, IN 46220-0710. By Email: [email protected]

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There are currently no groups listed for this region. If you would like to list your group, please contact us.

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MaineTransNet – facilitates peer support groups for trans people and allies, as well as providing avenues for social networking and public dialogue. We direct people to available resources and provide training and education opportunities that utilize our expertise and experiences. Our mission is to provide support and resources for the transgender community, their families, and significant others, and to raise awareness about the varied forms of gender identity and expression by providing training and consultation to health and social service providers. To find our meetings schedules for the various towns and meetings, click here.
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For enquiries about our services:
P.O. Box 1034, Westbrook, ME 04098
Phone: (207) 370-0359.
Email: [email protected]

Maryland Trans* Unity
meets on the 1st and 3rd Sundays of the month
9601 Cedar Lane, Bethesda, MD 20814
Room 30-31, Lower Level
[email protected]

Maryland Trans*Unity is a volunteer run, peer-facilitated support group and community building organization serving trans* people of all identities – including those who identify as transgender, transsexual, genderqueer, crossdressers, non-transitioners, de-transitioners, re-transitioners, agender, bigender, pangender, or any other identity under the trans* umbrella. We also encourage and welcome participation from those who stand in solidarity with the trans* community..

Tiffany Club of New England – (TCNE), is a social and support organization for the transgender community. We
have offered transgender social activities and support since the 1970’s, we are one of the oldest transgender groups in the world and one of very few with our own permanent clubhouse. We also run the First Event transgender conference each January. Newcomers are encouraged to drop in any Tuesday evening, 7:00–10:00 pm, or every Saturday evening 7:00pm-11:00pm. Come dressed or not. Dress here if you like. We are a very safe and friendly place to come out and/or establish connections in the community. Email: [email protected] for more information or call: (781) 891-9325 when open. Answered Live: Every Tuesday Evening 7PM-10PM, and Every Saturday Evening 7PM-11PM. TCNE is registered as a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation in the state of Massachusetts with offices in Waltham, Massachusetts. TCNE’s primary mission is that of being a social and support club for transgender peoples in the New England region. TCNE, Inc., PO Box 540071, Waltham MA 02454-0071.

Innvestments – is a non-sexual organization founded to support and to provide a socially acceptable outlet for the crossdresser, transvestite, transsexual and transgendered community located primarily on CAPE COD, the Islands and Southeastern Massachusetts. We are NOT a dating service. Innvestments prides itself on accepting all members of the transgendered community to our group. Whether you are an occasional crossdresser, a transsexual, be it Male to Female or Female to Male, or living full time as a member of the opposite gender you will find yourself welcome in our group. We encourage all our members to explore their gender gifts at their own pace. No one will push you beyond your desired limits. If you are sincerely interested in gender issues please visit us. To contact us to find out more about joining our group or to submit articles to our Members Corner just send us an Email. We will make every effort to answer you promptly. Please let us know if there are any restrictions on answering your Email, mailing you information or calling you. Email: [email protected]

Out Now – Social and Support Group for LGBT youth, ages 22 and under in the Greater Sprinfield area. To find out more about who we are and what we have available group wise click here. ur center is awesome: it includes several meeting rooms, comfy couches, lots of food, and inspiring artwork on all our walls. On Tuesdays from 6-8pm we have weekly “Breathing Fire, Spitting Verse” spoken word poetry workshops and on Wednesdays from 5-7pm we have our weekly group. Both Tuesdays and Wednesdays are open to all LGBTQ and allied youth 22-and-under. Stop by and get to know us! Address: 1695 Main St. (2nd floor), Springfield, MA 01103. Phone: (413) 736-4610 Email: [email protected]

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TEM – Minnesota – Tau Epsilon Mu is an affiliate of Tri-Ess International, an association of heterosexual crossdressers and their families and seeks to support them and educate them and the community in which we live about crossdressing. If you or a loved one are a crossdresser, we would invite you to join us. Tau Epsilon Mu, P.O. Box 40126, St. Paul MN 55104-8126. Phone: (612) 870-8536. Email: [email protected]

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St. Louis Gender Foundation strives to provide a safe place for people to explore their gender differences. We do this through our monthly meetings and group outings. Gender Foundation meetings provide our members an opportunity to network with other individuals exploring similar feelings and provide educational programs from experts in the fields of interest to our members. Contact us: Phone: (314) 607-4163. Email: [email protected]

Trans+Social : Weekly social support group held at UMKC in Kansas City, MO exclusively for trans+ individuals geared toward college students and young adult community members. Email: [email protected] for current time and location.

Trans+Allies : Facilitated discussion/educational group open to everyone. Held once per month during the academic year (Sept-Dec, Feb-May) at UMKC in Kansas City, MO. Email: [email protected] for current time and location.

Montana Gender Alliance – peer led peer facilitated support and discussion for individuals of gender diversity, their allies and supportive families. Open to individuals of all ages. In most cases, we ask that minors attend with a supportive parent or guardian. There are 5 separate chapters of the group.
Missoula Chapter: Meets 2nd & 4th Saturday of every month – 6:30pm – 8:30pm in Missoula, MT. Contact us: Phone: (406) 848-1220 or Email: [email protected] for more information and meeting location.
Billings Chapter: Meets 1st Saturday and 3rd Tuesday of every month – 6:00pm – 8:00pm in Billings, MT. Contact us: Phone: (406) 272-2253 or Email: [email protected] for more information and meeting location
Bozeman Chapter: Meets 2nd & 4th Monday of every month – 5:30pm – 7:00pm in Bozeman, MT. Contact us: Phone: (406) 848-1220 or Email: [email protected] for more information and meeting location.
Helena Chapter: Meets every Wednesday – 7:00pm – 8:00pm in Helena, MT. Contact us: Phone: (406) 848-1220 or Email: [email protected] for more information and meeting locations.
Kalispell Chapter: Contact us: Phone: (406) 848-1220 or Email: [email protected] for more information and meeting locations.
The Montana Gender Alliance is a program of the Gender Expansion Project, proudly expanding the spectrum of gender throughout the rural northwest since 2008.
The Gender Expansion Project’s mission is to promote gender inclusive education and awareness surrounding transgender, gender-nonconforming, intersex and gender diverse people through evidence based care, education, research, advocacy, public and private policy and respect in transgender health and wellbeing. GEP serves the rural northwest, including Eastern Washington, Idaho, Wyoming, South Dakota, North Dakota and Montana. Our main office, located in Missoula, MT, provides professional trainings and education opportunities, national resources & referrals, client advocacy resources, anonymous free rapid HIV / Hep C testing services and HIV/HEP-C/STI counseling services. For more information about the Gender Expansion Project, individuals can go to our Website: Email: [email protected] Call or Text: (406) 848-1220 or stop by our Missoula office, located at 127 N. Higgins Avenue, Suite 202, Missoula, MT 59802.
The Gender Expansion Project also hosts a biannual trans* health conference at the University of Montana. The conference is for community members, activists, organizers and professional providers alike. For more information about the Gender Expansion Conference, individuals can go to our Website: Email: [email protected] Call or Text: (406) 848-1220.

River City Gender Alliance (RCGA), a Nebraska based non-profit organization, is one of the country’s oldest and largest transgender support groups involved with not only providing support for all who experience any form of gender identity issue along with their spouses, significant others and family, but educational efforts and positive outreach activities meant to further greater understanding and acceptance of the trans community. Founded in 1986, RCGA is an Omaha-based support organization that provides peer support, friendship and understanding for transgender and gender non-conforming individuals.

Incorporated as a Nebraska nonprofit organization in March of 2014, RCGA also seeks to further transgender acceptance through outreach and being socially active in the greater community. Our members include people from all across the gender spectrum. Members come from all across Nebraska, Western Iowa, NW Missouri, SE South Dakota and Northern Kansas, as well as, the Omaha/Lincoln/Council Bluffs areas. RCGA does not discriminate against anyone! Persons of all races, religions, gender identities and sexual orientations are welcome.

Contact us:
River City Gender Alliance
PO Box 284
Boys Town, NE 68010.
Email: [email protected]
Note the website and email end in .co, not .com.

Reno Transgender Support Group – This group offers a safe and supportive place for individuals with gender identity issues. It is open to both MtF and FtM transgender individuals who have already transitioned or are looking to do so. On certain occasions, such as when we have a guest speaker, family or friends of a group participant are welcome to attend. Reservations only! No drop-ins allowed. Please call Dr. Tory Clark for more information: Phone: (775) 843-9593.

Being Who You Are – Based in Nashua, NH. Support group meetings are held on the first Tuesday of each month from 6:00 pm to 8:30 pm, for transgender, gender variant youth and their loved ones. We are a small supportive family with a young (very brave) Transgender child. We have seen the challenges she has had to face since affirming her true gender. Wanting to make her life easier and to get together with other families struggling with the same Issues. We sought support groups in the Southern New Hampshire / North Eastern Massachusetts area but found none. Knowing we are not alone and that others must also be in need. We started this group. We hope to offer these kids a sense of community and solidarity and their friends and families the support they need. Call Leona for more info: (603) 883-5443. Call between 12PM-12AM. If Voice mail picks up,​ Leave a message with your phone #. All messages and emails are responded to quickly. Email: [email protected]

Pathways We are a support group dedicated to the support of the entire transgender community. This includes anyone that identifies as TG in anyway. We welcome crossdressers, transsexuals, FtM, MtF, intersex, non binary or anyone else seeking the support and community of their peers. We were, for many years, the New York Metro chapter of TriEss (Chi Delta Mu or CDM). In June, 2009 we decided that the goals of TriEss and our membership were no longer aligned, and so we left TriEss and established our own identity. We meet the second Saturday of every month, from 7PM to 11PM at a private and very comfortable location in northeast Bergen County, NJ. We have a large changing area available for those that would like to transform on-site. The changing room is open at least an hour before the start of the meeting. To contact us via our website directly Click Here. For more information please Email us: [email protected]

Transgender New Mexico provides support, information and referrals to transgendered people, their families and friends, and offers educational outreach to interested members of the community. We also offer a wide range of social activities to further develop individual friendships and to extend support outside the regular meetings. Meetings are held every Friday 7:30-9:00PM at First Congregational Church UCC, 2801 Lomas Boulevard NE, Albuquerque, NM. (This is on the corner of Lomas and Girard). Contact: Email: [email protected]

Mid-Hudson Valley Transgender Association – Poughkeepsie, NY. The Mid-Hudson Valley Transgender Association’s (MHVTA) principal mission is to provide outreach and support for our members, their families, their friends, and to be active in the Transgender Community and the greater community of the Mid-Hudson Valley, New York. MHVTA is a non-discriminatory group which is structured to allow participation by all those who support the transgender community. We respect and support the right of free and open expression and the right to be treated as equals by society. We focus on providing an understanding peer support network for transgender, gender variant, and gender non-conforming people and their families as well as anyone who would like to be a part of it and to assist others who wish to learn more about the Transgender community, acting as a Transgender advocate to other groups and institutions in the Mid-Hudson Valley area. We welcome new people with sensitivity towards their fears and concerns that accompany revealing themselves to others. MHVTA aims to accomplish this through regularly scheduled meetings, social events, and frequent and open communication. Monthly Meetings: Institute for Family Health, 1 Family Practice Drive, Kingston in the lower level conference room. Go to lower rear parking lot and enter. Follow hallway to conference room. Contact Us.

Spectrum Transgender Group Western NY – aims to provide a support structure for transgender individuals and for their families, friends and allies. We assist questioning individuals in their search for awareness and comprehension of their gender identity and expression. Spectrum also serves as an educational resource both in the TG community and in reaching out to the surrounding community, in order to increase awareness of transgender issues, and work as advocates in gaining respect, dignity, and basic human rights for transgender people everywhere. Meetings are held on the second Friday of each month, 7PM-9:30PM at: 3107 Main Street, Buffalo, NY 14214 on the corner of Main and Lisbon. Parking is behind the building off Lisbon and the entrance is at the back of the white house like structure next to the church. Phone: Michelle Wolf: (716) 465-8736 or Phone: (716) 748-1705 Email: spect[email protected] Facebook:

The Erie Sisters – is a support group and on line group dedicated to helping transgenders, their friends and families come to terms with themselves. We exist to promote acceptance through education, enlightenment, and social integration. Email the Contact Person : Penny : [email protected] or to join via the website Click Here.

Rochester Grrlz is a Yahoo Based Online Support Group. Rochester Grrlz is for and about transgendered grrlz who happened to be born male but identify either in part or whole as a female. This includes transsexuals, transvestites, crossdressers and any other category that can be hung on those of this description. Our primary function is to get together in real time for social events, friendship, advice, sharing of makeup tips, shopping alerts and anything that makes a grrlz existence more fun. Help us keep this a friendly, classy, helpful and sharing site. There must be 100’s of grrlz out there who have no idea where to go, how to dress, or just need another friend. This may be the answer to all of that. Join us!

Transgendered Couples of WNY – It will be our mission of the Transgendered Couples Of WNY to provide support, educational resources and safe social interaction for committed couples and their families, where one or both spouses identify within the transgender community. This will be accomplished through outreach, discussion , dissemination of our knowledge and experiences as transgendered couples,as well as socialization through communication and shared activities. Our goal will be the preservation and enrichment of our unigue and committed relationships along with the promotion of knowledge and acceptence of these relationships within our culture as a whole. Contact Person: Email Kathleen : [email protected]

The Transgender Alliance – home of the Upstate New York Transgender Community, is a one-stop-shop social networking site for all transgender persons and groups located in and around Upstate New York and beyond. Here you can find and join any of the participating transgender social and support groups located in upstate New York and its environs that are listed below. Even if you are not from this area you are welcome to join us. Simply sign up for your free membership in the Transgender Alliance and you will have access to all the tools you need to find and stay in contact with all of your friends across the state and to keep on top of all the many meetings, socials and events staged by 13 different TG groups. Twitter: Email Contact Person Diana : [email protected]

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TransFamily Cleveland – Based in Cleveland, OH. Website lists our various yahoo groups as support groups. Some of the groups are : TransFamily All Inclusive Discussion List, TransFamily Parents Discussion List, TransFamily Couples Discussion List, TransFamily Spouses Discussion List, TransFamily Youth Discussion List, TransFamily Children Discussion List. There is also a yahoo group for our Newsletter. Click to subscribe to the TransFamily Newsletter

AIS-DSD Support Group AIS-DSD Support Group for USA and South America works toward its vision through support, education, advocacy and research for adults, parents, young adults, teens, and children affected by Intersex/DSD. We meet people where they are, and provide a wide range of opportunities for support and confidential connection through a choice of forum groups. While we do not give medical advice, we do provide a safe place for you to share your thoughts and questions. Research shows that obtaining support from and connecting with others with a similar diagnosis is the single most important step on a journey to emotional healing and empowerment. We offer many ways to begin this process. Our Blog: Facebook: Forum: Snail Mail: AIS-DSD Support Group, (was AISSG USA), PO Box 2148, Duncan, OK 73534-2148. Email: [email protected]

Northwest Gender Alliance (NWGA) – based in Portland, Oregon. The NWGA is a non-profit social, support and educational group. We welcome people from the whole gender spectrum. We hold monthly open meetings and sponsors a variety of transgender social functions throughout the year, and provide educational forums for public and private organizations or individuals interested in learning more about the transgender experience and the gender spectrum. Our members find support, understanding and acceptance on a one-to-one basis from others who face the similar challenges in life.
​We welcome new and diverse members. Contacting us is easy: Postal Mail: NWGA, P.O. Box 4928, Portland, OR 97208-4928. Phone: (503) 533-8787. Facebook: Email: [email protected]

Lehigh Valley Renaissance – We Offer Transgender, Crossdressing and Genderqueer People From the Lehigh Valley and Surrounding Areas a Confidential, Respectful and Safe Location to Meet So That They Can Feel Comfortable and Learn. When Visiting, You Can Express Your True Gender In The Way You Are Most Comfortable. If You Prefer To Change At Our Location We Offer Two Rooms For Doing So. We Provide A Social Support Network To Provide Transgender Men And Women With Peer Based Social Support. Do You Have a Friend or Family Member Who Is Transgender, a Crossdresser or Questioning Their Gender Orientation? Our Monthly Gatherings Provide a Safe and Nurturing Place for Members and Guests to Meet, Understand, Accept and Take Pride in Their Transgender Lives. Meetings are Held on the 2nd Saturday of Each Month at the Metropoplitan Community Church of the Lehigh Valley (in the Church of the Manger Building) Located at 1401 Greenview Drive, Bethlehem, PA 18018. Doors Open At Approximately 7:00 PM With Socializing and Light Snacks. The Meeting Starts At 8:00pm With Quick Announcements From Our Leaders. Afterward, We Often Have A Presentation Or Group Discussion Of A Relevant Topic Followed By Time For Open Discussion Where Attendees Can Share Accomplishments Or Challenges With The Group. That Is Usually Followed By More Social Time. Meetings Typically End At About 10:00 To 10:30 Pm. If you wish more information Use this web contact form: Contact Us.

Erie Sisters Transgender Support Group – Based in Erie, PA. – A social support group for transgenders, spouses/SO’s and supporters of the transgender community in the Northwestern PA and Northeastern Ohio area. Monthly meetings and outings are held in the Erie area. Erie Sisters is also the sponsor of the Lake Erie Gala, held the week before Thanksgiving every year in Erie. The Gala offers tours, shopping, entertainment, fine dining, and a truly fun social environment in a friendly and welcoming community. Email: [email protected] (Note: Requires Signing up to log in).

TransFamilly of Erie Support Group – Based in Erie, PA. – TransFamily of Erie is a support group that serves the transgender community in western PA. and eastern OH, and their loved ones, by providing a safe space for all who fit somewhere in the gender spectrum, or are searching. This includes all transgendered subcategories (e.g. FTM, MTF, cross dresser, genderqueer, questioning, etc.). Family members, friends, parents and spouses are welcome at the meetings. Meetings are held from 2-5 pm on the 4th Saturday of each month at Mental Health Association of Northwest PA ., 1101 Peach Street, Erie, PA, 16501. Meetings consist of group discussion around some topic of interest, followed by time for social interaction. Please bring some type of snack to share. Parking in the MHA parking lot is free. If you have any questions or would like additional information, or if you need immediate assistance with a trans-related issue, please contact Caitlyn by Phone: (814) 823-1969 or by Email : [email protected]
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TransCentralPA – TransCentralPA is committed to providing advocacy and caring support for transgender individuals, their significant others, families, friends and allies. TransCentralPA also provides gender education and information to businesses, organizations, educational institutions and governmental agencies. Our monthly gatherings provide a safe and nurturing place for members and guests to meet together to better understand, accept and take pride & joy in their Transgendered lives. Our meetings are held at 8:30 PM (doors open approximately at 8:00 pm) once a month at the Metropolitan Community Church of the Spirit located at 2973 Jefferson Street, Harrisburg, PA 17110. Email: [email protected]
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Youth Pride Inc., 743 Westminster Street, Providence, RI 02903. Help for Transgendered youth. New! Trans Support Group. Do you identify as transgender, gender variant, FTM, MTF, gender queer, 2 spirit, transsexual, or questioning? If so, come check out our trans support group on Tuesdays at 6pm. Youth Pride Inc. (YPI) is an affirming space for lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, queer, questioning young people to build community, develop connections and be themselves. Youth come together from a wide range of backgrounds and join with one another over common issues and activities, sometimes as simple as playing video games or sharing a meal. All of our programs are free of charge and include individual counseling, weekly discussion groups, leadership trainings, social events and wellness activities. In the end, youth experiences at YPI can be transformative. Recognizing that LBGTQQ youth exist outside of YPI, we also provide professional development and training for youth service providers, social service organizations and schools so they have the information and resources to treat all youth with respect and dignity. Phone: (401) 421-5626 Fax: (401) 274-1990 Email: [email protected] Facebook: Twitter: Tumbler: For a list of groups held by us : Click Here.

Borderlands Support Group – is a peer-led support group open to TGI people and to those who are exploring whether a TGI identity is a good description of their experience. Meetings are held from 7-9pm on the first and third Tuesday of the month and 1-3pm on the first and third Saturday of the month in Providence. There is no “dress code” for the meeting; come in whatever clothes make you comfortable. There is a single-stall, gender-neutral restroom in the building available to anyone who would like to change clothes on-site. The meeting location is withheld for participant privacy. Please Email: [email protected] for more information.

Charleston Area Transgender Support – CATS – was founded in June of 2000. We are the longest running transgender support group in South Carolina. We offer a place where all members of the transgender community can gather to assist and support each other on our respective journeys. We are an open non-restrictive group, welcoming everyone from the occasional crossdresser, to the gender fluid to pre and post-op MTF and FTM transsexuals. Meetings are held the second Saturday of each month, from 7:00 to 9:00 PM, in a secure Charleston area location. For details regarding our meetings or to obtain more information about the group, please write us an Email: [email protected]

Transgender Awareness Alliance or TAA is a trans, black led organization in South Carolina. TAA exists to supply emergency assistance to the transgender community of SC and partners with other organizations to create an affirming network of legal, health and consumer resources.
Our organization facilitates name and gender marker changes throughout South Carolina, emergency aid, match the needs of the community to trusted resources and work with others to increase the resources we can link them to.

Gender Benders – Trans support group in the Upstate, South Carolina. Facebook: Contact: Email: [email protected] Twitter:

KnoxBoyz of East Tennessee – Our group officially became active in Knoxville on July 18, 1998 to serve the needs of FTMs in East Tennessee and surrounding areas. We also provide education and support to SOFFAs (Significant Others, Friends, Family, and Allies). FTM is defined as a male person who was born into a female-anatomy body. Being FTM has nothing to do with medical or psychological intervention. The medical aspects, known as transitioning, are strictly treatments to modify the natal body to more accurately reflect the man inside. If one is male they are male, hormones and surgery do not create the man. Transmen who wish to join our communication and support forum on Facebook can contact this page’s administrator or be invited by an existing member. Postal Address: PO Box 27746, Knoxville, TN 37927. Phone: (865) 226-9411. Our yahoo group:

Knox Girlz of East Tennessee – A peer led support group Launched on November 20, 2009 for Transwomen aka MTFs (male-to-female transgender/transsexuals) regardless of medical transition status, in East Tennessee. Transwomen who wish to join our communication and support forum on Facebook should contact this page’s administrator or can be added by an existing member. Postal Mail: PO Box 27746, Knoxville, TN. 37927. Email: [email protected]

SOFFAs of Transgenders in East Tennessee – Support and education group for Significant Others, Partners, Spouses, Parents, Children, and close Friends, of Transgender people in east Tennessee and surrounding region. Meetings are held in Knoxville, beginning January 20, 2009. Possibilities include outreach to businesses and religious communities. For purposes of this group we are defining Transgender loved ones as those who are Male-to-Female (MTF) and Female-to-Male (FTM) people in transition, questioning whether transition is appropriate, or choosing to live in gender flux without medical transition (called GenderQueer by some). However this groups is for supporting family and friends of Transgender people, it is not a Transgender support group. We are sponsored by Knox Boyz & Knox Girlz of East Tennessee, and hosted by Alternative Counseling Center. The support & social group is free.

The Tennessee Vals is a non-political, educational, social, and support organization founded and designed to educate and support persons regarding transgender issues, without prejudice, regarding sexual orientation, sexual identity, or gender identity. The Tennessee Vals helps educate and support those dealing with personal issues and concerns related to sexual identity and/or gender identity, both by those defined as transgender and those in relationships with transgender persons. The Tennessee Vals also serves the interests of the transgender community in the Nashville area in educating the public and promoting a positive public image about transgender persons. General Meeting meets 2nd Saturday of the month 6PM to 9PM. Contact: Email: [email protected] or call (615) 664-6883 for location information. Postal Mail: Tennessee Vals, P.O. Box 331006, Nashville, TN 37203-7507. Facebook: Twitter: Yahoo:

Transgender Foundation of America, 604 Pacific, Houston, TX 77006. Phone: (713) 520-8586. Organized in 1998, the Transgender Foundation of America (TFA) is a Houston-based grass-roots nonprofit organization that obtained its 501c3 nonprofit status in 2001. TFA was brought into existence through the hard work and support its parent organization, the Gulf Coast Transgender Community (GCTC) which traces its roots back to 1965. In addition to TFA, GCTC was instrumental in organizing pioneering organizations like the Texas Association for Transsexual Support (TATS) and events like the International Conference on Transgender Law and Employment Policy. GCTC’s spirit lives on in the TFA mission of improving the quality of life for transgender people.
TFA does this by: Engaging in advocacy, education and outreach: Whether it’s doing things like organizing the Myra Ical vigil and meeting with officials or pushing for equal access to housing, medical care and social services, the efforts of TFA have fueled practically every effort to make medical care, social services and low-cost therapy services available to transgender Houstonians. Whether it’s training employers and professionals, providing the community access to the only TG library in Texas and the only TG archive open to the public in the nation or teaching our community about HIV and working with schools and universities to support greater understanding of the transgender community, TFA has paved the way for meaningful change in the services the community relies upon. Being there: TFA provides homeless services referrals and removes barriers to mental health support through free group therapy, counseling and vetted referrals.

Gender Education, Advocacy & Resources (GEAR) – is a program of Resource Center founded in 2005, as the first formalized transgender program sponsored by a major LGBT organization in North Texas. GEAR is dedicated to empowering transgender people through advocacy, support and medical services. While all transgender adults can call for resources, the program’s emphasis is on serving young adults ages 18-29. Young Adult Gender Identity Group meets every Tuesday at 6-7 p.m. at the new Resource Center (5750 Cedar Springs Rd., Dallas 75235). This group is led by SMU’s Center for Family Counseling. Phone: (214) 521-5124. Email: [email protected] Facebook:

Advanced Awareness Support Groups

Offered by Advanced Awareness for transgender people in the Sandy and Orem areas. Contact Travis at [email protected] with questions.

Sandy Meeting: 6:00 to 7:00 PM every Friday at 9140 S. State St, Ste 202
Orem Meeting: 6:00 to 7:00 every Tuesday at 597 W 800 N

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Esprit Gala – Based in Port Angeles, WA. Esprit is a 1 week TG conference held in Port Angeles, WA. Educational classes for CDs, TS’s, couples and S.O.s is a primary focus as well as having fun and meeting others.

Emerald City – Emerald City Trans* Social Group! We are an all inclusive social and educational organization for the transgender community in Seattle, Washington. We welcome all transgender expressions and identities. We invite you to join us for our social events and outings. Check our calendar for upcoming events! Based in Seattle, WA. Includes membership, contact and event information, articles and a guestbook. We are a group of Transgendered folks, who have created a helpful and non-profit organization. We extend a warm welcome to those who share our stated purposes. Race, religion, age, employment, sex, gender, and partner preferences do not affect eligibility for membership. Membership is by sponsorship only, and visitors must be escorted by a member. We want to know our prospective members before accepting an application; thus we insure the privacy and security for all those concerned. Our membership is confidential, and no information about members can be disclosed. Likewise, your privacy is assured. We provide the means for those who seek gender-freedom to find and meet one another. We provide safe and comfortable social and educational activities. These include our monthly social events such as dinners and excursions, and sponsorship of an annual multi-day event to permit immersion in our alternative gender. We are an educational group. One of our goals is to promote a positive transgender image to the business community, the media, and the general public. For more information call the Emerald City Hotline: (425) 827-9494. Hotline every Tuesday evening from 7:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. Every Tuesday evening from 7:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. All other times you can leave a message on the recorder. Postal Mail: The Emerald City, PO Box 59893, Renton, WA 98058. You can also contact our membership person by Email at: [email protected]

TranSpace – TranSpace is a place for crossdressers to change clothes in Seattle. TranSpace is operated by a group of crossdressers in Seattle. TranSpace; a not so new concept, just a really good one under a different name. The idea? To provide personal space for Transgendered individuals. Space to change clothes. Space to store clothes. A common place to meet friends before leaving on a night of fun and frolic, or simply a space to meet and visit. A place to get ready for an Emerald City event or a visit to Ingersol. You can change clothes and store clothes. Address of facility: 10522 Lake City Way NE, C203, Seattle, WA. Email: [email protected]

Washington Gender Alliance – We are a support and educational organization serving the entire gender community of Washington State. We run two weekly Open Support meetings in two different cities, and have been in continuous operation since 1996. Meetings: The Alliance holds support meetings run by trained peer facilitators that we select, to help people who are questioning their gender, coming to terms with their true gender identity, negotiating the coming out process, navigating transition (if applicable), or are looking for information for themselves or someone in their life. Currently, we are running two weekly Open Support meetings in two cities which are appropriate for adults. At times, we have also offered specialized support meetings for non-transgendered people who are our friends and family, and for male-identified individuals who were raised as females. Our goal is to help people who are transgender, gender variant or whose lives may be directly or indirectly involved with a transgender or gender variant person. We do this primarily by conducting community-oriented, peer-facilitated, open support groups. Our group attendees include people who may be questioning their gender identity, coming to terms with their gender identity, negotiating the coming-out process, navigating transition or who are looking for information for themselves or someone in their life. We also welcome post-transition transgender people who have integrated into society with their true gender identity and who wish to stay involved by helping others by sharing their knowledge or experience. WGA support meetings are intended for mature individuals, because similarity of experience is key to peer support. It is essential that group members be able to participate in an adult conversation without feeling uncomfortable or causing other participants to feel uncomfortable. WGA support meetings are conducted by trained peer facilitators. New facilitators are selected from our community by our practicing facilitators. All facilitators work within a team structure and receive initial and on-going training. We currently conduct our standard weekly support meetings in four cities: Bellingham, Everett, Shoreline and Walla Walla. The WGA is eager to expand our offerings to new communities and/or populations. For example, new groups could focus on specific transgender individuals, such as significant others, family, friends and allies (SOFFA) or female to male (FTM) transgender people. Please contact us if you are interested in starting a group in your area. Facebook: Phone: (360) 445-2411 Email: [email protected]

Gender Alliance of the South Sound – Based in Tacoma, WA. Gender Alliance of the South Sound, The Rainbow Center, 741 Saint Helens Avenue, Tacoma, WA 98402. For more information : Phone: (253) 383-2318. Email: [email protected] We are a support and social group for crossdressers, transsexuals, transgender and/or other individuals who self-identify as different than the gender they were assigned at birth, serving Pierce, Thurston, Kitsap, Mason and King counties in Washington state. Whether you live in Tacoma, Olympia, Federal Way, Auburn, Kent, Puyallup, Bremerton, Sumner… or any of the other cities in the South Puget Sound region… we really want to hear from you. Our purpose is to serve all people in the South Puget Sound who have unique needs or questions involving gender identity or expression and to provide interpersonal group support and referral to resources. We provide the larger South Puget Sound communities with information about the origins and the personal and social impact of gender diversity, especially as it is mis-understood by the otherwise well-meaning citizen. We are located in the South Puget Sound area of Washington State, USA, extending from King to Lewis County, and from the coast to the Cascades. We support Cross Dressers, Transsexuals, Intersexed, Trans women, Trans men, Androgynists, Transgenderists, Gender Benders, Gender Queer, Drag Kings and Queens, pre-op, non-op, post-op, and all that challenge societies long held beliefs about a gender binary. Click to see our Support Groups Facebook: Yahoo Group:

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The Milwaukee LGBT Community Center – is at the heart of the community delivering educational and community-building services that meet the needs of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender (LGBT+) people living in the Greater Milwaukee Area. Our welcoming environment provides health and wellness programs; arts, entertainment and cultural events; recovery, financial and family support services. We are more than just a physical space. We’re a place of acceptance, support and joy; a real place to just be yourself. The Milwaukee LGBT Community Center is dedicated to serving the needs of LGBTQ people and to making the Greater Milwaukee area safer and more inclusive. We focus our programming around anti-violence, healthy relationships, counseling, and financial coaching. Our Center’s resources include a lending library with over 2000 LGBT titles, meeting space for over 100 groups during the year, computer/internet access and referrals.
MKE LGBT Community Center, 1110 N Market Street, 2nd Floor, Milwaukee, WI 53202. Phone: (414) 271-2656. Facebook: Twitter:

Gemini Gender Group – This Milwaukee-based male-to-female transgender group meets at the Center on the second Saturday of the month at 6:00 to 10:00 PM. Allies, family members, crossdressers, transsexuals and all those with varying gender identities are welcome. For information Email: [email protected]

FORGE – is a Milwaukee-based, progressive organization whose mission is to support, educate and advocate for the rights and lives of transgender individuals and SOFFAs (Significant Others, Friends, Family, and Allies). Improving the lives of transgender and SOFFA individuals since 1994, building strong connections, providing resources, and empowering personal growth. FORGE offers monthly social support/information meetings for trans people and SOFFAs. Postal Mail: FORGE, P.O. Box 1272, Milwaukee, WI 53201. Phone: (414) 559-2123. Click here to Contact Us via our web page. Facebook:

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AIS-DSD Support Group – Japan – AIS: Androgen Insensitivity Syndrome. DSD: Disorders of Sex Development. If there is a subscription hope, or ask a question to the support group, please contact us at feel free to e-mail. Confidentiality of promises you the protection of personal information. Email: [email protected] Usually, we have always replied within a couple of days. If there is no reply from here even after more than a week, whether you check your reply Email address again, please re-transmit from another Email address. Moreover, since there is also that the reply will be long depending on the contents, those of mobile Email, please note. AIS-DSD support group blog:

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The Androgen Insensitivity Syndrome (AIS) Support Group Australia Inc. – Includes meeting, contact and legal information, a newsletter, and information on genetics, hormone therapy, fertility and presentation. The Androgen Insensitivity Syndrome (AIS) Support Group Australia Inc. (A0041398U) is a peer support, information and advocacy group for people affected by AIS and/or related intersex variations, and their families. (Note that intersex is also known as a Disorder of Sex Development or DSD). We support members (both in Australia and overseas) that have any grade of Androgen Insensitivity Syndrome, and support any issues relevant to living with AIS. These issues include infertility, disclosure, hormone therapy, gender identity, surgical intervention of children with intersex variations, sexual intimacy, etc. (The previous name for AIS was Testicular Feminisation Syndrome). We also provide support to those with related intersex variations including Partial and Complete / Gonadal Dysgenesis, MRKH (also known as Vaginal Agenesis), 5a-Reductase Deficiency, 3b-Hydroxysteroid Dehydrogenase Deficiency, 17-Ketosteroid Reductase Deficiency and 17b-Hydroxysteroid Deficiency. We acknowledge that people with intersex variations (including AIS) range from female to male and anywhere in between. The AISSG Australia believes in a holistic model of health as per the World Health Organisation definition of ‘health’: “Health is a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease and infirmity”. We welcome you to our site, and hope you will contact us. For support, membership, newletter subscription and general enquiries: Email: [email protected] Direct debit is now available to pay your membership fees. Contact us for details. AIS Support Group Australia, PO Box 103, Coorparoo QLD 4151, Australia.

FTM Australia – is a free, confidential, peer based Australia-wide network
with a focus on men identified ‘female’ at birth who medically transition to male in Australia. We also provide information and limited support to family members (partners, parents, siblings and others), healthcare providers and other professionals, government and policy makers since 2001. Contact: Email: [email protected] Twitter: Facebook: Mobile Phone: 0403 876 393 (1pm-5pm)
Edit August 2020 – Website disappeared. PJB

Agender – Based in New Zealand – Includes membership, meeting and contact information, news, articles and a library. Agender New Zealand Incorporated is a Non-Profit Organization, which has been supporting Transgender people and their families throughout New Zealand since 1996. Agender NZ is a support and lobby organization for Transgender people including their families, friends and co­ workers. Agender NZ endeavors to provide one to one help with individuals, where possible. We have organized many transgendered conferences. We believe unique in the southern hemisphere. We provide regular newsletters and are constantly working on issues affecting the whole trans community, such as human rights, health, and identity document issues. Agender New Zealand INC provides support and advocacy services throughout New Zealand for ALL within the Transsexual and Transgender Community. If you would like to know more about Agender New Zealand INC and what our future is, please feel free to contact us: Email: [email protected] Please include a contact Phone number and a suitable contact time in your Email. Facebook: If you would like to know more on the exciting new developments within the organisation, Please feel free to contact us. President: Tracee: Phone: 027 280-6466 Email: [email protected] Secretary: Heather: Phone: 021 083-38359 Email: [email protected] Editor: Felicity: Phone: 020 409-1328 Email: [email protected]

Forge South – Based in Christchurch, New Zealand. supporting and celebrating young people’s gender diversity in the South Island NZ. This page is for FORGE members and all our amazing supporters in the wider queer and trans communities to share in celebrating who we are!

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NuttycaTS -Friends and Family – Web Based – Welcome to the NuttycaTS Support Group for Transsexual/Transgender people. Includes forums for the partners, friends and family of transsexual and transgendered people and forums for the transgendered. Secure and confidential online help and support for adults at all stages of treatment from questioning of gender through to post-operative care. Our warm invitation is also extended to partners and families. We are based in the UK, but our membership extends across the globe. All are equally welcome. Since 2002 our forums have offered a small friendly community atmosphere within which our members can share questions, experiences and knowledge, and in doing so seek and provide mutual support. Forum categories range from specific medical aspects of Transition to the more general aspects of life. Diary threads are a feature of the NuttycaTS forums, and provide a safe space for members to blog about their lives. NuttycaTS supports equal and fair rights for all people (and cats), regardless of gender identity or sexual preference, religious or cultural differences, mental or physical health issues. Membership is by application only. For further details Email: [email protected] Due to other commitments it might take a day or so for me to reply. Please note that members must be at least 16 years old. For those younger than 16 seeking support we recommend

Beaumont Society – United Kingdom based. Includes meeting, membership and contact information; advice column, message boards, free email, magazine, chat room and guestbook. Significant other helpline, world transgendered news, and resources. We are the largest and longest established transgender support group in the UK, and have developed a support network which has been at the forefront of the transgender, transvestite, transsexual and cross-dressing community since 1966! We believe that transgendered people have the right to dignity. The internet often displays transgendered people as sexual objects – the Beaumont Society aims to dispel this myth and is not available for sexual liaisons! As well as being a support network, the society keenly promotes the better understanding of the conditions of transgender, transvestism and gender dysphoria in society, thereby creating and improving tolerance and acceptance of these conditions by a wider public. Based in the United Kingdom, the Society is a democratically run, non- profit making organisation funded entirely by membership subscriptions and donations. Our publications include a quarterly Magazine and members-only Bulletin that are essential reading and represent a lifeline for those who are unable to attend one of the Society’s many social groups. Membership of the society permits access to the Members Area of the website. This contains discussion forums on a wide range of topics, details on events and venues around the UK, access to articles on fashion advice, past copies of the quarterly magazine as e-copies and access to BS publications. The list will grow as we develop the site, so join us and stay up to date! Postal Mail: The Beaumont Society, 27 Old Gloucester Street, London WC1N 3XX. Facebook: Twitter: The Beaumont Society operates a national 24 / 7 information line. This information line contains the telephone numbers of all the societies regional organisers who are available to speak to for advice, details of where to go for a good night out – even a friendly ear to listen. Information Line (24/7/365): 01582 412220.

Transsexual UK – Support Yahoo Group. Includes membership information, chat room, discussion forum, electronic booklets, event calendar, medical information, and news. A fast growing group with a variety of discussion, Transsexual UK is a light hearted group with like minded members who share ideas and information, support one another, debate issues and often use the group as a social outlet. Whilst you are free to lurk, members are encouraged to ask questions and seek advice from the group, use the information resources, or simply just to enjoy a little social banter and a giggle. Membership is open to: Those questioning their gender identity, Transsexual people, in role or not, pre or post-op, Friends, Partners and Family members, Professionals and Students. How To Join: Send an Email: [email protected] Carefully follow the instructions sent, we will process your request within 24hrs. All members must be 16 years of age or over. Under 16’s please contact Mermaids, a support group for children and teenagers.

The Northern Concord – Based in Manchester, UK. Includes membership and meeting information, a calendar of events, helpline information, a magazine, profiles of some members and articles. Email: [email protected] Postal Mail: The Northern Concord, P.O. Box 258, Manchester, M60 1LN, England. The Northern Concord is a social and self help group for Cross-dressers, Transgendered, Transsexuals and their wives or partners. The Group is based in Manchester, England and has worked for the TG community successfully for over 29 years.

Galop Org. Domestic Abuse Helpline – Domestic Abuse National LGBT Domestic Abuse Helpline
Phone: 0800 999 5428, Email: [email protected] Emotional and practical support for LGBT people experiencing domestic abuse. Abuse isn’t always physical- it can be psychological, emotional, financial and sexual too. Speak out, don’t suffer in silence. Opening Times: 10am – 8pm Monday, 10am – 5pm Tuesday, 10am – 5pm Wednesday,
10am – 8pm Thursday, 1pm – 5pm Friday, 1pm – 5pm Tuesday is trans specific service. London LGBT Casework Service: Phone: 0207 704 2040.

Manchester Concord – Transgender Social Club that meets every week in the upstairs bar of Villaggio’s restaurant, 44 Canal Street, Manchester, UK M1 3WD, which is part of the”Gay Village” in Manchester. It is available for all Transgender people as a regular venue where they can come along and meet old and new friends. It has a licensed bar and we do not play loud music so it is comfortable for talking. Facebook: Email: [email protected]

Androgen Insensitivity Syndrome Support Group (AISSG) – The Androgen Insensitivity Syndrome Support Group (AISSG) is a UK-based group which started in 1988 (formalised in 1993). We provide information and support to young people, adults and families affected by XY-female conditions such as complete and partial Androgen Insensitivity Syndrome or AIS (old name Testicular Feminization Syndrome or Testicular Feminisation Syndrome). We also support those affected by Swyer’s Syndrome (XY Gonadal Dysgenesis), 5-alpha Reductase Deficiency, Leydig Cell Hypoplasia, Mayer-Rokitansky-Kuster-Hauser (MRKH) Syndrome, Mullerian Dysgenesis, Mullerian Duct Aplasia, Vaginal Atresia, and other related conditions. The group has played a dual role in providing support and comfort to affected adults/families all over the world, as well as fighting for and contributing to a better understanding of the various conditions, and of how they should be ‘treated’ by the medical community. This site provides access not just to the UK group but to a consortium of worldwide support groups that have grown from the UK group. Email: [email protected]

The Gender Identity Alliance UK – offers web-based, non-judgemental support, advice and guidance to young people in the UK aged 11-25 who are exploring or questioning their gender identity. This is to empower young people to feel positive about themselves, their self-image and self-confidence, resulting in improvement to their mental health and wellbeing. As an organisation, we celebrate gender variance and diversity and look to challenge societies’ stereotypical, narrow views towards gender and identities. Email: [email protected]
Edit: August 2020 – Website disappeared. PJB

Intersexed people eV Bundesverband – Intersexed people e.V. – Information about the club: Email: [email protected], or postal address: Intersexed people eV Kastanienstraße 3 26419 Schortens OT County. Opening hours: Tues7-9 and 16-19pm, Wed 9-12pm, Fri 7-9pm

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Associazione Italiana Sindrome Insesibilita Androgeni – This site is addressed to all women who have been diagnosed with androgen insensitivity syndrome (known in the Anglo-Saxon world as AIS, Androgen Insensitivity Syndrome or “peripheral androgen insensitivity syndrome”) and their families. We also turn to those who have similar conditions, and parents of newborns with ambiguous genitalia. This site is managed by the Association AISIA: a group of girls and women with AIS and their parents. This site is a means by which all people interested in the issue can meet and exchange information, tips, experiences, help. This site will hopefully be useful to all people who have a DSD (Disorder of Sex Development) and their families. Much of our material, for example, can be useful for people with Müllerian agenesis. If you want to make contact with our group we can use these two e-mail addresses: [email protected] or
[email protected] The first is dedicated to all those who wish to have information and make contact; the second is devoted, more specifically, to the parents to create forms of self-help and family support.

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DSDNederland – defends the interests of people with congenital variation in the XY sex development and for their parents or guardians. The variation among others. caused by: androgen insensitivity, XY gonadal dysgenesis , leydigcelhypoplasie , ovotesticulaire DSD and enzyme disorders steroidsynthese as 17 beta-hydroxysteroid dehydrogenase and 5 alpha reductase deficiency and is internationally known as XY Differences of Sex Development: 46, XY DSD. The membership is open to people with these disorders and their parents or guardians. Click Here for Contact Form Page. Snail Mail: DSDNederland, PO Box 17417, 1001 JK Amsterdam. Do you have any questions you want to ask DSDNederland phone? Then on Wednesday between 19:00 to 21:30 hours. Our phone number is: 06 4414 3363.

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GrApSIA Asociación Spain – Partnership and support group for people affected by androgen insensitivity syndrome and related conditions. GrApSIA (AISSG Spain) started functioning as a support group in Spain in 2000. It originated in AISSG , self – help group in the UK with branches in different countries. AISSG was created in 1988 by the mother of a child diagnosed with SIA. The first meeting was in Spain was in 2001 in the Hospital La Paz in Madrid. The legal constitution as a national association took place in 2003. GrApSIA is formed by patients and relatives. There is no physical headquarters, and the main form of contact is through the Internet. Among the objectives of GrApSIA highlights the disclosure of all relevant information related to the SIA, both among those affected and family and among medical professionals. To this end the Association organizes an annual meeting in collaboration with different hospitals.
You can contact us by Email: [email protected] Phone: +34 617924360 or by snail mail to: GrApSIA, Providence 42. 08024 Barcelona. Or to use our own webpage’s contact form CLICK HERE.

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The Cornbury Society – Glad you stopped by our page! We’re the Cornbury Society, a social, educational and support group for crossdressers based in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. We welcome all who choose to dress opposite from their birth or anatomical gender, without regard for your reasons for doing so or how often you do so. We also welcome your spouses and significant others and others in the community who support you.
The Cornbury Society, PO Box 051, 667 Columbia Street, New Westminster, BC V3M 1A8. Phone: (604) 497-0018 Email: [email protected]

Gender Mosaic – Based in Ottawa, Ontario, serving Eastern Ontario/Western Quebec. Includes membership, meeting and event information, and Ottawa area resources. Members Forum, Chat, Blog, VLOG and More! Gender Mosaic offers a safe, fun, supportive and non-judgmental environment where Trans and Cross-Gender people of all ages are free to express their gender identity. Our members achieve personal growth by developing positive relationships with like-minded individuals and other members of our community. With the synergy of teamwork and volunteering of our valued members, we wish to empower members of our community and the community at large through educational and outreach activities. Yahoo: Email: [email protected] Social Network: Facebook: Twitter:

The Vancouver Transgender Alliance – Web-Based MSN Group. Has varios other contacts as listed below. Serves Vancouver, Canada and British Columbia region. Includes chat room, message boards, news updates, pictures and personal profiles. Trans Alliance Society, c/o 1170 Bute Street, Vancouver, BC V6E 1Z6. WordPress: Facebook: WordPress: MSN:

Xpressions – Based in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Contact, meeting and membership information. Publications, events calendar, support column, Toronto dining and shopping guide. Xpressions is a social and peer support group dedicated to serving the trans community and its allies in southern Ontario and beyond. Regardless of age and whether you self-identify as a crossdresser, trans, transgender, transsexual, transman, transwoman, M2F/MtF (male to female), F2M/FtM (female to male), gender fluid, genderqueer, two spirit, gender neutral, non-binary or something else and you’re looking for social interaction, peer support, connections or resources, you’ve come to the right place. If you’re a supporter or ally of a trans person in your life, we welcome you too as your participation and/or interest is important to us. We are an inclusive group dedicated to providing opportunities to meet and socialize and help you build your confidence to go out into the larger community through a variety of activities, meetings and events. We recognize that we are all on a unique and very personal ‘journey’ and wherever you are at this moment in time or whatever your goals are in life, our goal is simply to provide a safe, comfortable and fun social environment to enable you to explore who you are and help you on your journey. If you are already comfortable with where you are in your life and just want to make some likeminded friends in the trans community, we certainly welcome you too. Postal Mail: Xpressions, P.O. Box 223, Station A, Toronto, Ont. M5W 1B2. Questions about membership, or joining Xpressions: Email: [email protected] General questions, invitations to Monthly Dinner or other activity: Email: [email protected]

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