During a time when COVID – 19 has changed the way we live and navigate we wanted to keep our trans community up to date with resources and service providers available to our people. These service providers have made themselves available via Zoom and other platforms.
Bicycle Health, is an online medication-assisted treatment provider for opioid dependence.
The LGBTQ community unfortunately faces many challenges, including discrimination, bullying, lack of support, and high levels of daily and chronic stress. This can potentially lead to an increased risk for substance use disorders.
To spread awareness to the community and their loved ones/allies, they recently published an educational guide on Substance Use Disorder (SUD) in the LGBTQ+ community.
For more info Call (844) 943-2514
Educational Guide on Substance Use Disorder (SUD)
Jacob Rostovsky & Queer Works
Hello! My name is Jacob Rostovsky and I am an associate marriage and family therapist in Los Angeles. I am currently offering low cost to free mental health services for the Transgender Community. I am also working through my non-profit, Queer Works, to connect individuals across California state lines to mental health services in their area.
Trans Lifeline provides trans peer support for our community that’s been divested from police since day one. We’re run by and for trans people.
- US (877) 565-8860
- Canada (877) 330-6366
Health & Wellness
Trans*itions Health & Wellness at OC LGBTQ Center
Our team is committed to serving the needs of the LGBTQ+ community so even though our offices are temporarily closed, our programs, meetings and counseling sessions are taking place on web-based platforms such as Zoom. Information on each program meeting can be found on our FB page or by calling the Center at (714)953-5428.
College Student Resource Guide
Becoming a student is one of the first complex decisions you’ll make starting out — deciding where to go, how to pay for it, how to get top grades, and of course, how to land a job after college. Also, being located across the street from one of the top universities in the world, it’s the demographic we’re closest to, and know best.
So, what are we doing to help?
We’re helping students in their pre-college journey by ranking colleges and programs across the country using aggregated publicly available data. And, we’re doing it without any advertising or affiliate relationships with schools. This ensures zero bias of our results.
We’re building guides to help students succeed in the classroom by bringing together the latest research with tips and techniques championed by today’s leading experts.
We’re arming you with resources to successfully transition from college to the workforce by building databases of internship opportunities and compiling example resumes.
All of this, and we’re just getting started.
Questions? Thoughts? Let us know at
506 2nd Ave
Seattle, WA 98104