Trans-affirming Mental Health Resources for Mental Health Awareness Month

Mental Health Awareness Month is a great opportunity to check in with ourselves to examine what we need to heal and to thrive. Though it’s not always up to us, our mental health has ebbs and flows, all of which require some form of support; be it through a dance party alone in your room, talking to a friend, or seeking professional help. We know it can be difficult to figure out what you need and how to access it, which is why we’ve compiled a list of resources to help you on your journey with your mental health. This guide covers a range of trans-affirming and trans-friendly mental health organizations and groups, with opportunities to start engaging through online options now. Stay safe, and take care of yourselves!

Access Queer and Trans-Identified Mental Health Professionals

Resources for accessing other Mental Health Professionals

Support Groups, Guides, and Apps

Studies, Reports, and Key Findings 

Submit any useful trans/non-binary/intersex/two-spirit Mental Health resource links that we may have missed here.

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