Trevor Project Hotline
Trevor Project trained counselors are here to support you 24/7. If you are a young person in crisis, feeling suicidal, or in need of a safe and judgment-free place to talk, call the TrevorLifeline now at 1-866-488-7386.
Jennifer S. Robohm, Ph.D.
Director, Clinical Psychology Center,
Department of Psychology
University of Montana
1444 Mansfield Avenue
Missoula, MT 59801
The University of Montana RiteCare Language and Hearing Clinic provides vocal coaching for trans individuals.
Curry Health Center, Lower Level
634 Eddy Avenue
Missoula, MT 59812
Youth Forward with Empower Montana
Youth Forward is a safe and supportive drop-in space for youth 13-18 who identify as LGBTQ+. Youth Forward takes a holistic approach to meeting the needs LGBTQ+ youth through weekly activities such as interactive discussions, peer-to-peer support, leadership development, guest speakers, and community engagement.
They explore topics such as Healthy Relationships, LGBTQ+ culture, Youth Empowerment, Healing through Self-Care, Know Your Rights, Exploring the Gender Spectrum, Family and Support, Poetry and Art Projects, Religion and Spirituality, Allyship Skills, Positive Identity Development, and so much more!
Youth Forward meetings every Wednesday from 5:00-7:00pm at Empower Montana located at 1124 Cedar Street. For more info contact our staff at 406-541-6891 or email [email protected].
Jessica Kingsley Publishers was founded in 1987 in London by Jessica Kingsley and is committed to publishing books that make a difference.
This book offers essential guidance to parents of transgender and non-binary teens to help them support and understand their children. It alleviates common concerns parents have and gives advice on hormones and surgery, use of pronouns and how to transition socially. It also includes sample family letters, case studies and further reading.
This guide shows how to sensitively treat and care for transgender patients in healthcare settings. Distilling cutting edge research into practical advice, it covers everything from referral procedures to respectful language and insights on the wider social and ethical issues experienced by this growing client group.
An empowering, heartfelt collection of letters from celebrated trans women addressed to those who are transitioning. Each letter offers honest advice from their own experience on everything from make-up and dating, through to deeper subjects like battling dysphoria and dealing with transphobia.
There is a current shortage of information for professionals on the specific needs of transgender men. Exploring the obstacles that trans men face across health and social services, and addressing common myths and misconceptions about transitioning, this book solves this shortfall.