Contact Us

Contact Us

Our Office:
For community safety Gender Justice League is confidentially located. Gender Justice League staff, board, and volunteers generally meet with people in community (at coffee shops, other organization’s offices, and public locations).  If you visit Gender Justice League’s offices to meet with staff, we ask that you help us in keeping our address confidential.

Please email to schedule an in person appointment with staff or board.  We do not meet drop-ins.

Our phone number is:  206-855-3307

Services we offer to individuals:
+ Information and Referrals on the trans community
+ Assistance with knowing your rights
+ Connections to local resources
+ Social and Community events
+ Leadership Training for trans, gender non-conforming people and our allies
+ Information about health insurance coverage (available on our website)
+ Limited assistance or referrals with filing discrimination complaints
+ Limited assistance or referrals to help filing insurance appeals
+ Training and education to medical, mental health, social service, and legal providers.
+ Training to healthcare and education organizations
+Advocacy with policy makers and organizational leaders
+We collect information about civil and human rights issues affecting two spirit, trans and gender diverse people

If you are in Crisis: 
You can call The Crisis Clinic – 24 / 7 at 1- 866-427-4747 – Crisis Clinic receives trans specific training annually
The Trans Life Line:  1-877-565-8860   – A suicide prevention hotline staffed by Trans, GNC, and Allied community members
For General Resources in King County – Call 2-1-1   or check out The Crisis Clinic’s Online 2-1-1 Resource Database

We do not provide direct services and are not a support organization.
For support groups and counseling please check out:  Ingersoll Gender Center ; Seattle Counseling Services ; Seattle Area Support Groups ; The NW Network for BTLG Survivors of Abuse ; Gay City Health Project

We do not provide legal services and are not a case management organization.
For non-criminal legal information or help please check out: Q-Law Legal Clinic ; ACLU of Washington ; Northwest Justice Project ; Northwest Immigrant Rights Project

For a general list of LGBT community resources check out:
Gay City Health Project’s Resources Program ; The King County Trans Resource Guide

For general inquiries:

For press & media inquiries:

Danni Askini – Executive Director

Mailing Address:
Gender Justice League
1122 E. Pike Street #969
Seattle, WA 98122

Physical Address:
Gender Justice League’s office is confidentially located.
If you are invited to visit our space, please fill out the confidentiality agreement before arriving.
We host public meetings at various locations throughout Seattle.