Callen-Lorde provides an affirming environment where patients can receive hormone therapy as well as engage in an ongoing relationship with a primary care provider and/or a mental health provider to address the full spectrum of health and wellness needs.
Callen-Lorde also provides Care Coordination tailored for patients that need additional support. Our Care Coordinators offer information, assistance and referrals regarding benefits and entitlements, including insurance, housing, and referrals to other supportive services.
Trans Health Services include:
- Primary Care
- Chest/Breast Health
- Hormone Care
- Pelvic Wellness Exams; PAP Tests
- Sexually Transmitted Infection (STI) Screenings & Treatment
- HIV/AIDS Testing, Treatment & Prevention, including PrEP and PEP
- Harm Reduction Counseling
- Care Coordination
Trans Health Resources
A digital resource map for people of Transgender, Non-binary and/or Intersex experience living in New York City, brought to you by Callen-Lorde.
Learn about Callen-Lorde’s surgery navigation processes.
Safer Binding and Tucking
Binding and tucking are just two ways that TGNB people may choose to use to aid in their gender expression. Learn the do’s and dont’s in our helpful brochure series.
Finding your Voice
Interested in changing how you sound to affirm your gender expression? Download our helpful brochure.
Gender Confirming Surgeon List and Resources
Callen-Lorde encourages patients to research the credentials and qualifications of providers they are considering for any procedure. Inclusion of a surgeon on this list is in no way an endorsement or recommendation by Callen-Lorde.
Ways to be an Ally
A free resource trans/non-binary allies.
NYC-Metro Area Transgender and Gender Non-Binary Community Resources
Produced in conjunction with Mount Sinai, this community resource guide a guide contains information about community organizations and social and supportive services in the NYC-Metro area that are either known to have experience working with TGNB people, or who offer unique services that some in our community might need. However, the presence of an organization here does not mean that it will be a safe referral for all TGNB people. If you have any concerns, it is always a good idea to bring a friend or other supportive ally with you. Updated in March 2018
Callen-Lorde offers many resources to our TGNB clients and staff including pronoun stickers accessible at every front desk. Check out our video highlighting the Pronouns Matter campaign and see how the use of a person’s correct pronoun can lead to a more welcoming, safe and respectful atmosphere for everyone.