Front desk and other front-line staff play a critical role in helping trans and nonbinary people feel welcome and get the health care services they need. This guide by The Fenway Institute provides information on what it means to be “affirming,” top practices for building trans-affirming environments and why they are crucial to helping transgender and non-binary people feel fully seen, respected, and valued.
Brought to you by The National Queer Asian Pacific Islander Alliance and HRC Foundation, this resource is designed to aid LGBTQ API Americans in navigating intersectional challenges when coming out. This resource is also available for download in various languages.
The National Queer and Trans Therapist of Color Network (NQTTCN) provides the Radical Syllabus for QTpoC as a resource for QTPoC mental health practitioners in support of their practice and for the healing of the greater QTPoC community.
This webinar provided by Race Forward delivers a detailed history of colonization and how it relates the policing of genders, particularly those outside of the binary. A better understanding of how our society is set up to privilege some while marginalizing, particularly BIPOC trans, nonbinary and intersex communities will be gained.
Kelechi Ubozoh, suicide attempt survivor and mental health advocate, shares her personal story navigating racism in the crisis settings and shares learnings from a multi-racial suicide prevention Community-Based Participatory Action Research (CBPAR) effort and examines BIPOC-centered networks of care proliferating outside the traditional mental health and crisis intervention settings.