Trans Health SA
Trans Health South Australia (SA)offers the South Australian gender diverse community a resource operated, and influenced, BY the community.
Resources for the Gender Diverse Community of SA: www.transhealthsa.com
Trans friendly SA practitioners List: www.transhealthsa.com/sa-practitioners-list/
Gender diverse support and social groups: www.transhealthsa.com/gender-diverse-support-and-social-groups/
TransMasc SA - (Formerly FTMen-SA)
TransMasc-SA is a group for transgender men and gender diverse people who identify along the masculine end of the gender spectrum to have a safe and inclusive space. TransMasc-SA meets at 57 Hyde Street fortnightly on a Wednesday and is a confidential, social support style group that promotes holistic well-being and social connectedness through peer support.
Events: (Fortnightly, Wednesdays)
This group is an open-door offer to all gender diverse people and supporters who wish to see our rights, wellbeing and wider-community perception improve, and achieve the first steps towards these goals. A discussion group for all to express opinions, establish community projects or to simply meet and support others.
Website and Events:
Supporting families in South Australia with gender diverse, gender fluid, and transgender children and youth by connecting and fundraising to assist with access to treatment, services and social support networks and groups.
Parents of Gender Diverse Children
Parents of Gender Diverse Children provides direct support to parents and those parenting trans and gender diverse children of any age all over Australia. They can provide information, referrals, peer support and connections withing the community.
Parents of Gender Gender Diverse Children provides tailored professional development and speakers to small and large groups. Their speakers are experienced panellists , presenters and facilitators.
For more information: www.pgdc.org.au/
Youspace is a group program for young (12-17) people who identify as gender questioning, gender-diverse and transgender. The group aims to provide a safe space to build resilience, develop new skills, obtain peer support and meet like minded people.