Improving gender-affirming care across B.C.

Trans Care BC supports the delivery of equitable and accessible care, surgical planning, and peer and community support for trans people across the province.

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nsgender Awareness Week 

For Transgender Awareness Week (Nov. 13-19), Scout  shares their experience helping educators better understand and care for 2SLGBTQ+ youth. Read the full article.

Read our statement about Transgender Day of Remembrance.

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Clinical Mentorship Call

Our next mentor is Dr. Marshall Dahl, Endocrinologist on Thursday February 2, 2023. Learn more about our clinical support initiatives.

Check out upcoming mentors.

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Resource Spotlight: Patient Navigation Guide for Breast Construction Surgery

The Breast Construction Navigation Guide is an online guide to help people understand and navigate the surgical journey related to Breast Construction Surgery.

Check out the online guide.

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Statement on Transgender Day of RemembranceStatement on Transgender Day of RemembranceThe Trans Care BC team stands in solidarity with Two-Spirit, trans, and gender diverse people, their families, and allies on this November 20th, the Transgender Day of Remembrance (TDoR).
Transgender Awareness Week: Gender diversity in educationTransgender Awareness Week: Gender diversity in educationIn honour of Transgender Awareness Week (Nov. 13-19), Scout Gray shares their experience of gender diversity in education.
We're Hiring! Peer Wellness Co-Facilitator (temporary)We're Hiring! Peer Wellness Co-Facilitator (temporary)
June is Indigenous History Month!June is Indigenous History Month!We invite you to join Trans Care BC in celebrating and honouring Two-Spirit and trans Indigenous people, their families, and communities' histories, resilience, and brilliance.
International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and BiphobiaInternational Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and BiphobiaOn May 17, 1990 the World Health Organization declassified homosexuality as a mental disorder, becoming an annual day to raise awareness of the violence, discrimination, and repression continued to be faced by many in 2SLGBTQ+ communities worldwide.

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