TGMI/PerceptionsTG, At 7:00 PM, on the first Thursday of each month , trans support group at the Parrish Hall of Trinity Episcopal Church, 815 N. Grant St., Bay City, MI 48708.
- League of Extraordinary Genders, First Thursdays, 7-9 pm.
3Ci (Calhoun County Coalition for Inclusion) This group is for members of the Calhoun County Coalition for Inclusion (3Ci), as well as members of GSAs in Calhoun County and all supporters of LGBTQIAA Calhoun County residents! The purpose of this group is to give you a place to schedule meetings, network with each other, and support open and affirming places in Calhoun County! firstname.lastname@example.org
- Transgender Support Group, 1st Sunday of each month, 1:30 pm.
The Veterans Hospital, in Iron Mountain, MI is forming a group to address the needs and concerns of any former Military personnel that deal with or have dealt with the Gender Dysphoria issues in their life. The contact person is Cory, in the Mental Health Dept. the Circle of Care section.at 800-215-8262 ext 32541
Team T at Genesee County PFLAG, Team T, a Transgender Support group, meets as part of PFLAG Genesee County. Meets the second Sunday from 2-4pm, Unitarian Universalist Church of Flint, 2474 S Ballenger Hwy. Flint, MI 48507, www.pflagflint.com email@example.com, PFLAG is Parents, Family and Friends of Lesbian and Gays. Originally PFLAG started as a support system for parents, family, friends, and loved ones of transgender, lesbian, gay, and bisexual people. Now, PFLAG supports all gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender/gender non-conforming people and their friends, family, spouses, and loved ones. PFLAG runs support groups for friends/family/allies, lesbian, bisexual and gay people, and transgender people. After every meeting is an educational portion.
Transgender Connect, Flint chapter, https://www.facebook.com/groups/TGconnectFlint/
University of Michigan Flint Ellen Bommarito LGBT Center, 213 UCEN at 303. E. Kearsley St. Flint, MI 48502., 810-766-6606 , firstname.lastname@example.org , www.umflint.edu/lgbt
Grand Traverse County
Transgender Oasis of Traverse City: Group Support (231) 944-8200 Garfield Courts, S. Garfield Ave. http://artofwellnessTC.com Separate Groups for Transgender People and their Families/Friends. Discreet location; unisex bathrooms. LGBTQ Support Group, Facebook page . Meets at UUCCGT, 6726 Center Rd, Traverse City. Contact Rachel Snyder, 800-842-2954 x 107
The Keweenaw Peninsula GLBT Group meets every Thursday evening starting at 7:30 pm at the Cyberia Café coffee House in Houghton for a social time, this group includes several TG folk. A confidential support group meets weekly as well, for further information contact Dianne at email@example.com or phone (906) 482- 7183, or contact Sue at (906) 487-2538.
Transgender Central Michigan, Meeting on the 3rd Tuesday in Mt.Pleasant MI , 989-572-0246. Please call for time and location People who are transgender or questioning and their significant others are welcome.
Central Michigan University, Office of Gay & Lesbian Programs, LGBT Commission, Michigan Student Assembly, Michael L. Stemmeler, Coordinator, Ozell Hayes II, Chairperson; 313-549-2045 an
- Tuesdays at 4 pm. T.R.U.E. is an LGBTQ* support group for teens 14-18 who are exploring and/or looking for support of their gender and sexual identities. For more information contact: Erich N. Pitcher, MS, firstname.lastname@example.org 725-222-TRUE (8783) Accepts voicemail & text messages. www.facebook.com/TRUElgbtq
Lansing Association for Human Rights, http://www.LAHROnline.org
LAMBDA MU, Tri-Ess Chapter www.tri-ess.org Lower Michigan Area (Meetings in Lansing), P.O. Box 503, Charlotte, MI 48813-9998, Contact: Sandra, email@example.com
East Lansing, Michigan State University, LBGT Resource Center, Staff contact is Deanna Hurlbert, firstname.lastname@example.org 517-353-9520 Trans*Action http://transactionmsu.wix.com/transaction and Trans*Professional Networking, Contact: Erich N. Pitcher, email@example.com Courses: WST: Lesbian & Gay Studies: Sociology, Psychology, & Cultural Issues (Gershen Kaufman & Anita Skeen, 1991) Gershen Kaufman firstname.lastname@example.org
PFLAG Jackson, http://community.pflag.org/jacksonmichigan . "We have TG support and a great TGcoordinator, Julie Nemecek. Our meetings are always the second Thursday. We meet at Immanuel Lutheran Church at 7:00PM. Our website lists each meeting; Contact us at email@example.com, or call (517)750-3045 or (517)536-8042."
OutFront Kalamazoo (formerly The Kalamazoo Gay & Lesbian Resource Center), 629 Pioneer Street, Kalamazoo, MI. 49008, http://www.kglrc.org Moving to 340 South Rose St in March 2017.
Western Michigan University, LGB fraternity Delta Lambda Phi
Grand Rapids Pride Center, 343 Atlas Ave SE, Grand Rapids, MI, 49506, (616) 458-3511, firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.grpride.org/
Grand Valley State University Milton E. Ford LGBT Resource Center, 1161 Kirkhof
Excel, 3399 East Grand River Suite 102, Howell MI 48843
- LGBTQ+ Support Group Livingston County, 2nd and 4th Tuesday of every month at 5pm
- Excel is hosting an affirming support group for the LGBTQ+ community of Livingston County. Participation is free. The group is designed to offer support, explore resources, and address concerns unique to the community in a safe space.
Transitions - Gender Variant Support Group, (586) 838825, Clinton Twp
Affirmations Lesbian and Gay Community Center, 290 West Nine Mile (parking & entrance in rear), Ferndale, MI 48220, 248.398.7105, Fax: 248.541.1943 info@GoAffirmations.org, http://www.GoAffirmations.org Three transgender groups now meet at Affirmations.
NU LAMBDA PI, Tri-Ess chapter, Upper/Lower Michigan (Meetings in Gaylord), PO Box 2322, Gaylord, MI 49734, E-Mail Sandy & Carol: email@example.com, Web Site: http://www.geocities.com/nulambdapi
Out on the Lakeshore Community Center, 451 Columbia Ave, Holland, MI 49423, 616-994-8090, outonthelakeshore.org
St. Clair County
American Friends Service Committee, 1414 Hill St, Ann Arbor, MI 48104 Michael Gibson-Faith, Director of lgbT issues program, 734-761-8283, firstname.lastname@example.org
Creative Expressions Group for LGBT & questioning teens ages 13-18, teens of queer parents, & straight allies 13-18. Meets Saturdays, 1-4 pm, at Ozone House, 1705 Washtenaw/Oxford, Ann Arbor, east of Hill St. Call Ozone House 734-662-2265 for more information.
Jim Toy Community Center, 319 Braun Court, Ann Arbor, MI 48104, (734) 995-9867, www.jimtoycenter.org
PFLAG - Ann Arbor, Michigan, http://pflagaa.org/meetings--map.html
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Spectrum Center, 3200 Michigan Union, Ann Arbor MI 48109, spectrumcenter.umich.edu
University of Michigan, Michigan Medicine, CGSP (Comprehensive Gender Services Program), 2025 Traverwood Dr., Suite A1, Ann Arbor, MI 48105, 734-998-2150
- Support group for adult transgender people of any transgender identity. First Tuesday of each month from 6:00-8:00 pm
- Support group for parents of transgender people. Second Tuesday of each month from 6:30-8:00 pm
- Support group for partners of transgender people. Third Tuesday of each month from 6:00-7:30 pm
Eastern Michigan University, Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgendered Resource Center, 201-C Goodison Hall, Eastern Michigan University, Ypsilanti, Michigan 48197 TEL: 313-487-4149 Ken Papineau
TG Detroit, http://tgdetroit.com/ "A guide to transgender life in Detroit, the transgender capital of the Midwest, including information concerning our quarterly transgatherings we call the Detroit TG Invasion."
TAP2 (Transwomen Are People Too), A Community Health Awareness Group (CHAG) - Behavioral Health/Case management Program “Providing Information for a Health-Wise Community”, 1300 W. Fort Street, Detroit, MI 48226, Phone (313) 963-3434, FAX (313) 963-1832. Our “Target” – African-American Transwomen between the ages of 18 & 29 who are High Risk for HIV or are currently living with HIV/AIDS.What Does TAP2 Offer? Through Case Management, We Assist Clients with Accessing: Doctors Appointments; Medications; Legal Name Change; Mental Health Evaluations. Affordable Care Act Navigation; Basic Needs: Many TAP2 Clients Benefit from assistance with Accessing basic living needs such as housing, employment, food, and clothing. How to Get Started? Contact Program Staff: Brenda White - Outreach & Recruitment Specialist (313) 963-3434 ext. 143 Teen Davis - Outreach & Recruitment Specialist (313) 963-3434 ext. 112 Sarah Stewart, MSW - CLEAR Clinician (313) 963-3434 ext. 145 email@example.com
Wayne State University, Lesbian Gay Bisexual Services Director/staff person: Lynne Remsburg firstname.lastname@example.org
TGNet Arizona, Tucson, AZ. The organization that Alexander Goodrum founded, TGNet Arizona, has merged with the Southern Arizona Gender Alliance (SAGA). You can visit both web sites via http://www.sagatucson.org or www.tgnetarizona.org.
The Vancouver GNO Club, Vancouver, Canada, http://groups.yahoo.com/group/vangno. "The club is for local and out of town T-Girls/CD's and their SO's to meet, chat, and plan outings together. If you plan to come this way, or would like to meet on-line friends, we welcome you to look us up." --Tora Roberts
The Butterfly Project, AIDS Project East Bay, 1755 Broadway, 2nd Floor, Oakland, CA 94612, 510-663-7979, http://www.apeb.org
Meal-Trans, 519 Church St, Community Centre, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, 416-392-6874 the 519, Toronto, Canada.
Human Rights Campaign, 1640 Rhode Island Ave. NW, Washington, DC 20036, http://www.hrc.org International Foundation for Gender Education (IFGE), PO Box 229, Waltham, MA 02254, 617-899-2212, http://www.ifge.org. Society for the Second Self (Tri-ESS), 8880 Bellaire B-2 #104, Houston, TX, email@example.com Transgender Officers Protect and Serve (TOPS), 3210 Tom Matthews Drive, Lakeland, FL 33809, 888-983-3222, 812-752-9228,firstname.lastname@example.org