Figuring out who you are and being comfortable in your skin is the stepping stone to living a happy life.
Dealing with Eating Disorders
The Gender Health Center, located in Sacramento, provides counseling services at free or low-cost prices, advocacy services, name and gender change assistance, support for uninsured community members, support groups, risk-prevention programs assisting with clean sharps as well as hormone injections, and housing resources.
The Transgender Law Center, located in San Francisco, offers phone consultations for legal support for transgender people focusing on issues of employment, family law, healthcare, housing, identity documents, immigration, prisons and policing, public accommodations, and youth support.
Focuses on supporting LGBTQ youth and adults who are experiencing mental health distress as well as suicidal thoughts.
Call or Text: (866) 488-7386
Eating Disorders and LGBTQ Youth
For trans youth and adults who are experiencing a crisis. They provide support, counseling, and funds for legal ID change as well as some living expenses.
Provides a national hotline, youth hotline, senior hotline, peer chatroom, youth chatroom, a blog, and various information resources about LGBT identity and support.
This hotline is run by youth and serves youth up to age 25. They focus on coming-out, parents, relationship concerns, HIV/AIDS, and safer sex.
Focuses on supporting LGBTQ youth who are experiencing homelessness.
This hotline serves youth and adults who have HIV/AIDS.
This organization and hotline focuses on connecting LGBTQ community members to addiction and recovery support.
Provides legal support to LGBTQ community members. They offer information about community members’ right by state and by topic. They offer services related to immigration, racial justice, HIV, healthcare, family and adoption, police and criminal justice, combatting religious exemptions, and transgender rights.
Provides mental health support and focuses on providing advocacy for LGBTQ community members who have experienced a hate crime. Their website also provides information about the legal definition of a hate crime and individuals’ options for legal advocacy and support.
Provides information, support, and advocacy for LGBTQ community members about the rights of transgender people in employment, airport security, education, immigration, Medicare, housing and homeless shelters, military records, passports, social security, and survivors of violence.
Provides legal support to transgender community members at free and low-cost rates. They provide information and advocacy around name and ID document changes, immigration rights, healthcare rights, extreme weather, police interactions, incarcerated people, and bathroom rights.
Advocates for and provides information about transgender rights. They offer free legal name change support.
Provides a mentorship program for individuals who need or want support from other trans people during their transition.