Resources

Resources

Gender Justice League like most trans specific organizations is a resource limited organization. We work closely with partner direct service organizations to provide cultural competency training that ensures that vital resources are trans & GNC affirming services. We work hard to not duplicate efforts or resources provided by other community organizations, but ensure that other organizations are accountable and responsive to trans and GNC communities.

Trans Specific Resources
Bellow is a limited list of locations you can find more general information about trans specific and trans affirming resources in King County.
Gender Justice League works with our partners at Gay City Health Project’s Resource Program. For a list of medical and mental health providers check out the Ingersoll Gender Center Resource Program . We have also been fortunate to partner with other community activists to produce the King County Trans Resource Guide .

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

Addiction & Substance Abuse Links
Seattle Counseling Services 
Seattle Area Support Groups

Housing & Employment Discrimination
Seattle Office of Civil Rights
Learn more about Sex Based Discrimination in Housing (including trans posters, flyers, and information) 

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 ; Entre Hermanos ; Center for Multicultural Health ; People of Color Against AIDS Network (POCAAN)

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:
Ingersoll Gender Center Resource ProgramGay City Health Project’s Resources Program ; The King County Trans Resource GuideUS Transgender Survey Washington State Report