In 2015, Oregon joined a small group of states to include treatment for gender dysphoria in its Medicaid program, giving access to lifesaving health care to transgender Oregonians through the Oregon Health Plan. Transgender people in Oregon and across the nation experience extreme rates of violence and poverty and have suicide attempt rates of […]
There are many ways to participate in Transgender Day of Remembrance. This month, organizations across the state are honoring the lives of those who have passed, building community, and envisioning a world free of transphobic violence.
Check out our email referral system where we hope to better serve our community which often times faces serious barriers in seeking justice.
This list is compiled based on medical and mental health providers who self reported or have been reported as being able to provide informed and competent health care for transgender patients. This list is updated periodically but is certainly not exhaustive. If you find an error, know someone who should be on this list, or […]
Check out this event addressing the dreaded experiences for trans and gender non-conforming people with TSA and traveling.
Wednesday, November 20th is the 15th annual Transgender Day of Remembrance. This day honors not just those who self identified as transgender, but anyone who was murdered because of a bias against transgender and gender non-conforming individuals.
Read more about the new report released by the National Center for Transgender Equality outlining the barriers transgender immigrants face while navigating the U.S. immigration system.
The 2013 Trans Justice Summit will empower trans Oregonians in our work to build a strong movement for trans justice statewide. Contact Adrian Martinez (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you’re interested in attending.