Still under construction.

Notes about this Masterlist

  1. Due to some people being uncomfortable with the term queer and how a lot of intersex people do not consider themselves to be part of the LGBT+ community, the abbreviation LGBT+ is used. No alterations are made in the resource names if they use abbreviations containing these words, however.
  2. Any organization with individual chapters in each state [e.g. National LGBT Chamber of Commerce (NGLCC), Parents and Friends of Gays and Lesbians (PFLAG)] will not have the individual chapters listed in their respective states.
  3. If a greater metro area includes more than one state, then services offered in that city will be listed under any applicable states.
  4. Lists are organized in this manner:
    1. Groups / Mixed Use

    2. ID Change Help 🌟

    3. Gender-Affirming Medical Services ✴️

Symbol Guide

  • πŸ“„ PDF Document
  • πŸ“ Has fill-in-the-blanks or answer sheets
  • πŸ“‘ National organization with individual state/region/city chapters
  • 🌟 ID change OR links to places that provides these services
  • ✴️ Provides gender-affirming medical services OR links to places that provides these services

All diction adheres to the American-English spelling.

Crisis Resources

National Resources

Regional Resources

  • House of GG β€” Trans Housing Services: House of GG is currently working to secure safe living spaces for transgender individuals in the south.
  • The Knights and Orchids Society, Inc.: Provides services such as food, essentials, and counseling to LGBT+ African-Americans in and around Alabama.
  • Trans Club of New England
  • Trans in the South: Extremely extensive directory of businesses that provide trans-competent and trans-friendly services in areas like primary care, HIV care, endocrinology, legal resources, and mental health in these states: Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, North Carolina, Mississippi, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, and West Virginia. πŸ“„ 🌟 ✴️
  • QueerDoc (WARNING: Eye Strain) 🌟 ✴️
  • True U Clinic: Online informed consent clinic, currently serving individuals living in Arizona, Colorado, Iowa, Idaho, Maine, Maryland, Montana, New Mexico, Nevada, Oregon and Washington state. ✴️
  • QueerMed: Affirming care for transgender individuals living in Alabama, Georgia, North Carolina, Mississippi, South Carolina, and Tennessee ✴️

Alabama

  • ALTGO: A collection of support groups, transition resources, and legal help for transgender and non-binary Alabamians. (Recommended)
  • Rainbow Mobile β€” Transgender Resources Section: Referrals to medical and legal help for transgender Alabamians.
  • WPATH Member Page
  • Magic City Wellness Center β€” HRT Services: Recommended for those living in and around Birmingham. ✴️
  • University of Alabama β€” LGBT Healthcare (Birmingham) ✴️

Alaska

  • Identity Alaska β€” Trans Resources: Referrals to trans-friendly healthcare and legal services in and around Anchorage. ✴️

American Samoa

Arizona

Arkansas

California

Colorado

Connecticut

District of Columbia (Washington, D.C.)

Delaware

Florida

Georgia

Guam

Hawaii

  • Asia Pacific Plastic Surgery (Honolulu) ✴️
  • Crabtree Plastic Surgery (Kauai) ✴️
  • Mālama I Ke Ola Health Center β€” Transcend Maui: Assists transgender individuals living in Maui with referrals to counseling and transitioning services, in addition to referrals to trans-friendly providers (e.g. general physicians, dentists, etc.) ✴️
  • The Lavender Center and Clinic: Non-profit clinic that specializes in LGBT+ healthcare and maintains support groups, with two locations in Honolulu and West Oahu. Offers transgender health services including hormone therapy, vocal training, and referrals for gender-affirming surgical procedures. ✴️
  • Malama Pono Health Services: Provides hormone replacement therapy. (Kauai) ✴️
  • Waikiki Health: Offers numerous programs specifically created for the LGBT+ community throughout Oahu. ✴️

Idaho

Illinois

Indiana

Iowa

Kansas

Kentucky

Louisiana

Maine

Maryland

Massachusetts

Michigan

  • Transcend the Binary
  • TransgenderMichigan: Comprehensive website for transgender Michigan individuals, with events and information lists ranging about everything from therapy to insurance information to local and state groups.
  • Stand with Trans: Provides programs, educational events, and support groups to serve transgender youth, primarily in the Kalamazoo, Kent, Ingham, Lenawee, Oakland, Macomb, Wayne, and Washtenaw Counties.
  • WPATH Member Page ✴️

Minnesota

Mississippi

Missouri

Montana

Nebraska

Nevada

New Hampshire

New Jersey

  • TLDEF β€” Name Change Project: TLDEF provides free legal name change services to low-income transgender individuals in certain regions. Available to those living in Bergen, Essex, Hudson, Passaic, Union, and Middlesex Counties. 🌟

New Mexico

New York

North Carolina

  • Tranzmission β€” Name Change Project: Provides a list of documents needed to change your name in North Carolina. 🌟

North Dakota

Northern Mariana Islands

Ohio

Oklahoma

Oregon

Pennyslvania

Puerto Rico

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Rhode Island

South Carolina

South Dakota

Tennessee

Texas

Utah

Vermont

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U.S. Virgin Islands

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Virginia

Washington

West Virginia

Wisconsin

  • TLDEF β€” Name Change Project: TLDEF provides free legal name change services to low-income transgender individuals in certain regions. Available to those living in Milwaukee County. 🌟

Wyoming

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