Mental Health Support
A peer support phone service by trans people for trans and questioning people. No nonconsensual active rescue (they will not call 911, emergency services, or law enforcement without your consent)
Talk to someone now. Free, confidential and 24/7
Talk to someone 24/7. Texting and chatting options are also available
Resources for Name & Legal Document Change
Trans Law Help is a pro bono legal project to provide legal information and resources to transgender and nonbinary individuals in the State of Wisconsin. They also regularly offer name change clinics, support for people who want someone to go with them to hearing/s, and a financial assistance program for legal costs
Trans Lifeline microgrants provide trans and nonbinary people with low-barrier funds and support to correct names and/or gender markers on identifying legal documents
Regularly updated information about updating driver's license, birth certificates, and other ID Documents in a format that is searchable by state
You are not alone.
IN THE LIFE generated unprecedented buzz with the release of "Becoming Me," a look at the real-life experiences of eight families with transgender and gender-nonconforming children. While mainstream media coverage portrays transgender children as a spectacle, IN THE LIFE elevates the discussion beyond transphobic sensationalism. Becoming Me is being used as a resource for parents and an educational tool for social service providers.
Tiq Milan has been an advocate in the LGBTQ community for over a decade. He is also a writer and journalist who carved a niche for himself as a media advocate and one of the leading voices for transgender equality. During this episode of "Other Boys NYC", Tiq reflects on his journey and the experiences that have informed his identity as a transgender man of color.
Trans people talk about coming out. Buzzfeed presents: What's your story?
Alok Vaid-Menon is a trans-feminine Indian-American poet and one half of the performance art duo Dark Matter. Through sharing Alok’s post with your friends and loved ones, spread the message that gender is not about what body parts you do or don’t have, it’s about who you are at your core.
How you can show up for the people in your life facing discrimination or bias.