Medical:

A.  “Safer Sex for Trans Bodies” Human Rights CampaignSafe Sex and Rights Advocacy – http://www.hrc.org/resources/safer-sex-for-trans-bodies

B.  University of California, San Francisco – Center for Excellence for Transgender Health – Healthcare and Healthcare Providers – http://transhealth.ucsf.edu

C.  Trans Health – Online Magazine on Health and Mental Health – http://www.trans-health.com

D.  American Medical Students Association Transgender Health – Transgender Health – http://www.amsa.org/advocacy/action-committees/gender-sexuality/transgender-health/

E.  Trans Health Initiative at Feminist Women’s Health InitiativeHealthcare Services – http://www.feministcenter.org/en/health-wellness-services/trans-health-initiative

F.  World Professional Association for Transgender Health (WPATH) Doctors and Medical Information – http://www.wpath.org

G.  Someone Cares, Inc. – Empowers the LGBT, and underserved populations at risk for or living with HIV/AIDS and other health disparities; through comprehensive support services – http://www.someonecaresatl.org

Doctors:

A.  Dr. Vin Tangpricha, MD, PhD. – 101 Woodruff Circle NE, Atlanta, GA 30033  Lab: (404) 321-6111 ext. 2080  Fax: (404) 329-2204 – http://www.emory.edu/home/index.html

B.  Charles Garramone, DO, FACOS – 4725 SW 148TH Ave, Suite 202Davie, Florida 33330, (954) 752-7842Fax: (954) 473-2454 – http://drgarramone.com

C.  Kathy Rumer, DO, FACOS – 105 Ardmore Avenue, Ardmore, PA 19003, (855) 782-5665Fax: (484) 413-1700 – rumercosmetics.com

D.  Dr. Lazaro Cardenas Calle Valparaiso 2577, Guadalajara, JA 44630 – Mexico         (877) 342-6610 (International) – http://transop.com                        

E.  Jeffery Weinzweig, MD, FACS – 845 N. Michigan Ave., Suite 980W, Chicago, Illinois, 60611, (312) 642-0400 FAX: (312) 642-0500 – https://www.jwplasticsurgery.com

F.  Marci Bowers, MD – 345 Lorton Ave Suite 101, Burlingame, CA  94010, Ph:    650-570-2270 – http://marcibowers.com

G.  Karen Landeman, MD

H.  Alan Perry, MD., Family Practice, Atlantic Station, 232 19th Street. Suite 7220, Atlanta, Ga .  30363, Phone: 404-367-3000  Fax: 404-609-7628, www.piedmontphysicians.org

I.  Sherman N. Leis, Board Certified in Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, 19 Montgomery Avenue, Bala Cynwyd,  PA 19004-2601, 610-667- 188, www.TheTransgenderCenter.com               

J.  Isabel Lowell, MD, Assistant Professor, Emory Family Medicine, 4500 North Shallowford Road, Dunwoody ,Ga. 30338, 404-778-6920, www.emoryhealthcare.org

Mental Help:

A.  Suicide Prevention Line – 1-800-273-8255 Help via Phone or Chat to Prevent Suicide  https://suicidepreventionlifeline.org

B.  Trans Lifeline Help for People in Crisis – https://transgenderlawcenter.org

C.  We Happy Trans – Positive Stories from Trans People http://wehappytrans.com

D.  Alphabet Soup – Atlanta Trans support group for partners, allies and persons with trans experience. We welcome all who are in different stages of transitioning as well as those questioning for support and community building – https://www.alphabetsoupatlanta.com

E.  ​Trans Individuals Living Their Truth (TILTT)  Provides a safe, supportive place for the transgender community with services include outreach, supportive group interaction, assistance with the legal name changes, and health – http://budahgraphics.com/tiltt/joinus/

G.  Anna Baxter, MA 700 Old Roswell Lakes Pkwy, Suite 300Roswell, GA 30076
(678) 446-8653 – anna@lovepositivecounseling.com 

H.  Anna Lisa Derenthal, LPC, NCC – 700 Old Roswell Lakes Pkwy, Suite 300Roswell, GA 30076(678) 431-3901  annalisaderenthal@gmail.com

I. Bonnie Kessler, PhD1176 Century Blvd NE Suite AAtlanta, GA 30345(404) 329-0211

J.  Eli Budd, PhD. Psychologist – Morningside/Lenox ParkAtlanta, GA 30324, (404) 873-5517 or 1612 Mars Hill Road, #C, Watkinsville, Ga. 30677, (404) 873-5517 – bebudd@bebuddphd.com

K.  Ellanor T Cullers, LCSW (Transwoman) – 490 Sun Valley Dr #205Roswell, GA, 30076-5642(404) 233-7533

L.  H. William Martin, Jr., M.D. – 5605 Glenridge Drive Suite 605Atlanta, GA  30342(404) 252-3001 Fax: (404) 303-8008

M.  Jack Boyan, Med, LMFT 1936 North Druid Hills Road Suite A.Atlanta, GA 30319 (404) 315-7474 ext 2 or (404) 982-0006

N.  Joel Baby 7193 Douglas Blvd, Suite 205Douglasville, GA 30135(404) 920-0551

O.  Karuna Counciling 1945 Mason Mill Rd. Suite 100Decatur, GA 30033(404) 321-4307FAX: (404) 321-4887 – http://www.karunacounseling.com

P.  Dr. Molly Parks – 817 Broad St, Durham, NC 27705(919) 937-8335 – drmollyparks@gmail.com

Q.  Dr Sally Herbert, MD, Psychiatrist – 41 Lenox Pointe North EastAtlanta, GA, 30324(404) 842-0070

R.  Tana Hall, M.Ed., LPC. – 558 Medlock RoadDecatur, GA 30030(404) 245-5797
tana@tanahall.com

S.  Barbara J.Rubin, PsyD, Licensed Psychologist, Member National Register of Health Services  Psychologists, Thriveworks Counseling and Coaching, 8800 Roswell RD. Suite A-135, Atlanta,  Ga. 30350, 404-682-1923, ext 730, Barbara@Thriveworks.com

T.  Anneliese A. Singh, Associate Professor, Counseling & Human Development Service, 402 Aderhold Hall. Athens, Ga. 30602-7142, asngh@uga.edu, www.coe.uga.edu/echd

U.  Erin Swenson,TH.Ph.D., and Kristine Medea, LPC, BVETS, Thriving Heart, Healing Arts Associates, 404-312 5677, Office: 404-257-6757, kristine@thrivingheart.com

Dentist

A.  Donald R. Correll, D.D.S., 5040 Snapfinger Woods Drive, Suite 203, Decatur, Ga. 30035, 770-981-9700                 

Legal and Advocacy:

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A.  The Campaign for Southern Equalityhttp://www.southernequality.org

B.  National Center for Transgender Equality Issues and Rights for Transgender People – http://www.transequality.org

C.  Transgender Law Center – Legal Help and Advocacy – https://transgenderlawcenter.org

D.  National LGBTQ Task Force – Advocacy Issues for LGBTQ People – http://www.thetaskforce.org

E.  Transgender Legal and Defense and Education Fund Transgender Legal and Advocacy – http://www.transgenderlegal.org

F.  Transwomen of Color Collective – Advocacy Issues – https://wordpress.com/page/transhealtheducation.org/189

G.  Black Trans AdvocacyLegal and Advocacy Issues – https://www.blacktrans.org

H.  Transathlete.com – Athlete Advocacy Issues – https://www.transathlete.com

I.  TransLatin@s Coalition – Advocacy for Latin Americans and Immigrants – https://www.translatinacoalition.org/about-tlc/

J.  TAVA – Transgender American Veterans Association – Advocacy for Trans Veterans – http://www.tavausa.org

K.  Lambda Legal Organization for Civil Rights Issues and Litigation – https://www.lambdalegal.org

L.  Out & Equal National  Workplace Advocates – http://outandequal.org

M.  TLDEF, Transgender Legal Defense & Education Fund – is committed to ending discrimination based upon gender identity through public education, test-case litigation, direct legal services, and public policy efforts – http://www.transgenderlegal.org/page.php?id=10

Housing:

A.  Covenant House – Help for LGBT Youth Find Housing and End Abuse – https://www.covenanthouse.org

Young People:

A.  Advocates for Youth – Discusses how you know if you are transgender – http://www.advocatesforyouth.org//publications-a-z/731-i-think-i-might-be-transgender-now-what-do-i-do

B.  The Trevor Project Discusses Issues for Young Trans people including mental health and connecting to others – http://www.thetrevorproject.org

C.  TSER – Trans Student Educational Resources – Workshops, School Issues and Resources – http://www.transstudent.org

D.  Trans Youth Equality FoundationSafe Environment for Transgender Kids – http://www.transyouthequality.org

E.  TransYouth Family AlliesSupport Network for Kids http://www.imatyfa.org

F.  North Fulton Transgender Support Group – Ongoing, open group weekly support groups for transgender, gender non-conforming, or questioning adults, youth, and friends/family/allies. – http://www.annalisaderenthal.com/trans-support-group.html

G.  Trans & Friends Facebook Page – This is a youth focused group for trans people, people questioning their own gender, and aspiring allies – https://www.facebook.com/TransAndFriends

Other Resources:

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A.  ATLANTA PRIDE – To advance unity, visibility and self-esteem in the LBGTQ Community – atlantapride.org

 

 

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B.  The Phillip RUSH Center Houses meeting spaces for Atlanta’s LBGT communities – rushcenteratl.org

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C.  AGLCC Atlanta Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce –  Chamber of Commerce for LBGT friendly Business – atlantagaychamber.org

D. “Trans in the South”, Campaign for Southern Equality Resources Guide – Lists physical and mental health resources, as well as legal by State in the South –  http://www.southernequality.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/TransintheSouth_September2016.pdf

E.  Transgender Lives:  Your Story Today in the New York Times – Personal stories by trans people –  https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/projects/storywall/transgender-today

F. Trans 100 – Stories from 100 Trans People – http://www.thetrans100.com 
 
G.  #HireTrans, Trans Employment Program – Job Resources – http://transemploymentprogram.org/resources/
 
H.  SPART*A Service Members, Partners, Allies for Respect and Tolerance for All – Current and Former Military People – http://www.spartapride.org
I.  LGBT Connect.comJob website for LGBT peoplelgbtconnect.com
J.  Indeed – Job Website, in searching for jobs put the location and under what put LGBT – indeed.com