Trans/Gender Diverse Resources

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Our practice specializes in providing affirming therapy for transgender, non-binary, and gender-diverse clients as well as therapy for the broader queer+ community! Our queer-identified and LGBTQIA-allied clinicians offer individual therapy, family therapy, couples therapy, relationship therapy, and group therapy services for LGB+ and transgender, non-binary, and gender-diverse folx. To learn more about our inclusive services, send an email to or submit a request for a free 20-minute consultation here! You can learn more about Be BOLD Psychology and Consulting here!

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General information on gender diversity/transgender health and wellness:

Resources for members of the transgender/nonbinary/gender diverse community:

    • (Education, advocacy, and support for nonbinary and transgender people in Asheville and greater Western North Carolina)
    • For QTPOC:
    • Vocal Coaching:
    • Trans Lifeline: A grassroots hotline and microgrants non-profit organization offering direct emotional and financial support to trans people in crisis – for the trans community, by the trans community.
    • Trans in the South provides a directory of more than 400 Southern health service providers that the Campaign for Southern Equality team has confirmed to be trans-friendly and trans-competent.
    • Asexual Visibility and Education Network; AVEN is the world’s largest online asexual community and has a large archive of resources on asexuality.
    • Polyamory – Open Relationship & Polyamory Discussion Group hosted by Triangle Polyamory via Online Meetup. A welcoming, confidential, safe space to ask questions and share insights or experiences. Open to all from beginners through advanced-levels of experience. We welcome all orientations and gender identities to the discussions. Last Tuesday of the month, 7:30pm. RSVP via (Note: RSVPs close one hour before start.)
    • Find a local LGBT Center  here:
    • Transcend Charlotte – Supporting folks (ages 18±) in Charlotte Mecklenburg and the adjoining counties in North & South Carolina. Resources and groups for trans, gender-diverse, and non-binary folx in North Carolina and South Carolina
    • Point of Pride: Provides financial aid and direct support for trans folx in need of health and wellness care. Other programs include a free chest binder donation program, a free trans femme shapewear program, an annual transgender surgery fund, an electrolysis financial support program, and an HRT access fund.
    • Trans-friendly hair salons:– Check out this list of trans-friendly hair salons and barber shops

Parents, Family Members, and Resources for Gender Diverse Youth

For Youth:

Parents and Family Resources:

  • LGBT Center of Raleigh – Groups and resources for LGBTQIA+ adolescents, adults, parents, and family members. Checkout the calendar of events above! Serving Youth and Young Adults ages 8-24 years old.
    • FB: LGBT Center of Raleigh; Instagram: LGBTRALYOUTH

Research on Mental Health and Gender Affirming Medical Care for Gender-Diverse Youth:


  • Hormone Therapy/Puberty Blockers:
  • Surgical procedures (adults)
    • Dr. Keelee MacPhee (Durham, North Carolina): “Working with the transgender and non-binary patient population since 2005, Dr. MacPhee has seen first-hand the positive and profound effects that surgical reconstruction can have on a person’s life. “
    • Dr. Hope Cherie (Charlotte, North Carolina): “At Cosmetic Concierge, we understand the need to bring out the “real” you. Your consultation, transgender surgical procedures and follow-up visits will be done in our private, trans-friendly surgery center located in South End, Charlotte. We offer optional packages for out of town patients, which include all needed postoperative supplements, extra dressings and an additional garment. “Dr. Sherie provides notarized letters of gender reassignment to all clients on the day of their procedure to aid in changing of gender markers on driver’s licenses, birth certificates, passports, and other forms of identification.”
    • UNC Urology Clinic: “UNC Urology is a regional leader in transgender care. We offer a full range of urologic services including primary gender affirming surgery (including metoidioplasty, phalloplasty, and vaginoplasty), penile prosthesis, and orchiectomy. We also specialize in the management of complications from gender affirmation, such as strictures and fistulas. In July 2019, the Department of Urology launched the UNC Transgender Health Program in order to improve access to UNC Healthcare for transgender patients in the region.”
    • Crane Center (California and Texas): “We offer the full spectrum of Gender Reassignment Surgery procedures for transgender and non-binary individuals.”
  • At home fertility services

Hotlines and Online Networks

  • National Suicide Prevention Line, 24/7 suicide prevention hotline, Call 1-800-273-TALK (8255). Or clink chat with someone online.
  • LGBT National Help Center; talk directly to other LGBTQ+ individuals, Call 888-843-4565 all ages, 800-246-7743 youth under 25, and 888-234-7243 Seniors 50+ or http://www.glnh.orgto chat online.
  • The Trevor Helpline;  24/7 suicide prevention helpline for LGBTQ+ youth, Call 1-866-488-7386, text 678-678, or chat online.
  • SAGE National LGBT Elder Hotline; The SAGE LGBT Elder Hotline is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, in English and Spanish, with translation in 180 languages. Call Toll-Free 877-360-LGBT (5428)
  • National Domestic Violence Hotline,24/7 domestic violence hotline, For any victims and survivors who need support, Call 1-800-799-7233 or 1-800-787-3224 for TTY, or if you’re unable to speak safely, you can log onto or text LOVEIS to 22522.
  • RAINN – Rape Abuse & Incest National Network, National sexual assault hotline 24/7, call 1-800-656-HOPE (4673) or visit chat live.
  • Sexually Transmitted Disease & AIDS/HIV Information Hotline, 1-800-CDC-INFO/1-800-232-4636 (Mon-Fri 8 am – 8 pm ET)