Improving gender-affirming care across BC

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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Welcome to our new website

We've pulled together Trans Care BC content and the THiP website into this new and improved website.

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Become a community advisor

Trans Care BC is pleased to announce a new opportunity for members of the community to inform the future of Trans Care BC.

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As we pass through Trans Care BC's second year as a program, we take a look at the biggest achievements and milestones of the last 12 months.

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Interested in becoming a community advisor?Interested in becoming a community advisor?Do you want to help improve gender-affirming care and shape the future of Trans Care BC? Then apply to become a community advisor!
Welcome to our new websiteWelcome to our new websiteWe understand how important it is to trans, gender diverse and Two-Spirit folks in BC to be able to easily find information and resources about options and improvements for gender-affirming care.
Peer support funding opportunityPeer support funding opportunityTrans Care BC is pleased to announce a funding opportunity for peer and community support groups and community members to develop new services or help support existing services.
Trans Day of VisibilityTrans Day of Visibility​Saturday, March 31, was International Transgender Day of Visibility. To mark the day, we compiled ways that people, particularly health care providers, can make their workplaces more inclusive for trans clients and colleagues.
Upper Surgery UpdateUpper Surgery UpdateFrom January 1st 2018, Trans Care BC will take on additional responsibility for coordinating the existing central waitlist for publicly funded upper surgeries, previously managed by Dr. Bowman’s office as part of his work with Vancouver Coastal Health.

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