This page offers TG Links and Trans Resources to assist you in educating yourself, staying current on related laws, and to offer you strategies and information to facilitate your journey toward gender peace. There are increasing numbers of supports and resources available to transgender-identified folks as well as those who identify as non-conforming, non-binary, intersex, gender queer, or reject the categorization of gender entirely.
- Rights and Laws
- Support Groups
- Info & Referral Sites
- Voice Therapy
- Advoacy and Education
- Hair Removal
- CHANGING ID DOS
- Grants and Assistance
- Events and Conferences
Information and Resources for Indiana Residents
Easy access for consumers and businesses alike to manage their health by providing direct access to clinical lab tests, paternity and other DNA family relationship tests, drug and alcohol and other toxicology testing services.
“The World Professional Association for Transgender Health promotes the highest standards of health care for individuals through the articulation of Standards of Care.”
GenderNexus is bringing gender diverse people together across central Indiana to foster a community that is healthy, informed, and empowered by increasing access to care in all seven dimensions of wellness.
Advanced Aesthetics & Electrology (Tiffany McDole)
4302 Hadleigh Dr.
Indianapolis, IN 46241
Information you need for changing records with the Social Security Administration, passports, consular report of birth abroad, and documents issued by U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services.
This link will give you current information about your state’s laws for identity documents, including birth certificates, drivers license and name change laws.
The mission of the Jim Collins Foundation is to provide financial assistance to transgender people for gender-confirming surgeries
Transgender conferences offer trans men a unique opportunity to learn, share and connect with long distance friends and mentors. Plus, surgeons often make themselves available for informal Q&A and private consultations, making conferences an important stop on the road to surgery.
The Southern Comfort Conference has built a reputation as a safe place for LGBT people with a familial atmosphere, and aims at inclusiveness. It attracts people from all over the United States, offering the opportunity for social and other interaction.From the conference’s founding in 1991 until 2014, the conference was held in Atlanta, GA. At the conclusion of the 2014 Southern Comfort Conference, the board of directors announced that SCC would move to Ft Lauderdale Florida where the conference can continue the education and community it started with while adding an element of vacation to the conference.