Providing support, resources and opportunities for the trans, non-binary and gender-variant community. The Clare Project hosts a variety of activities you can get involved in, including a weekly drop-in group.
Dorset Gardens, Brighton,
cliniQ is a Community Interest Company. We are an holistic sexual health and well-being service for all trans people, partners and friends. We are a trans-led team, who offer a safe, confidential space for those who may not feel comfortable accessing mainstream services.We are open every Wednesday, from 4:30 to 7:00pm at 56 Dean Street in Soho.
London, W1D 6AQ
Clinic T is a sexual health service for anyone who identifies as trans, non-binary or gender variant (partners are welcome too). The clinic runs every month and dates are posted on our website. All of our services are free and completely confidential, and our staff have been trained in trans awareness.
Every other Wednesday
17:30 - 20:00
Corner of Eastern Road and Abbey Road
Gendered Intelligence works with the trans community and those who impact on trans lives; particularly specialising in supporting young trans people under the age of 25. They deliver trans youth programmes, support for parents and carers, professional development and trans awareness training.
200a Pentonville Road,
London N1 9JP
GIRES is a charity whose aim is to work to help the trans and gender non-conforming communities including those whose preferred expression is non-binary and non-gender. The charity is operated by volunteers who give their time freely to support those struggling with gender expression.
We provide high-quality support by trained specialists who understand the specific needs of the trans community as well as abuse and are a by-and-for service. The service is user-led which means that we provide support based on what the individual would like or needs.
We define domestic abuse as violence, abuse, or controlling behaviour perpetrated by a partner, ex-partner, or family member. This can be physical, emotional, financial, or sexual. We also support people affected by so-called ‘honour’-based violence and forced marriage.
My Genderation is an ongoing film project focusing on trans lives and trans experiences. All our content is created by trans people, about trans people, for a much wider audience. We aim to show trans people in a realistic way, to combat stereotypes, myths and misconceptions.
Social prescribing for trans and/or non-binary or gender-questioning people
Trans and Non-Binary Link is a free-of-charge service in Brighton and Hove for over 18s that links you to community services and groups to improve your health and wellbeing. Our service is personalised to your individual needs.
We see and experience the barriers in place for trans, non-binary, and gender diverse people trying to meet, connect, and socialise and know that for disabled trans people the challenge is even harder. Our goal is to support and facilitate community connections through safe spaces and networks across the UK.
At its core, The Trans Dimension is a digital partnership built on real-life trust networks. We’re not here to play accessibility cop or judge and jury, we just want to increase access to trans-led and trans-friendly spaces for all of us.
The Trans Dimension is run by Geeks for Social Change in partnership with Gendered Intelligence with support from the Comic Relief Tech for Good programme.
At this stage, the Trans Dimension is focussed on London-based events listings only, however we do plan to expand to cover more areas across the UK.
We are a charity dedicated to improving media coverage of trans and intersex issues.
Trans Media Watch helps people in the media to understand these issues and produce clear, accurate, respectful material. It also helps trans and intersex people who are interacting with the media to get results they are comfortable with.
Our vision at Trans Media Watch is a Britain in which the portrayal of trans people and their lives in the media is fair, respectful and accurate. We want to see an end to the prejudice, bigotry and hate routinely directed at trans people and we want the media to play its role – no longer fuelling these things. We are more than happy to work with any representative of any media organisation to help them do a good job
Trans Pride Brighton has been running since 2013 with the aim to provide a great day for trans, non-binary & intersex people and their friends, allies & family. We are a grass-roots, community-led organisation staffed entirely by unpaid volunteers.
Brighton BN2 1TP
TransActual UK was founded by a group of British trans people as a response to increasing press hostility, transphobia and misinformation. We are run by the trans community, with the trans community, for the trans community.
We expanded our scope and remit to:
share reliable information about trans people’s lives and about trans rights in the UK, as well as dispelling common myths
amplify the voices of trans people so that the wider world may hear the experiences of a wide range of trans men, trans women and non-binary people
educate people about trans people's lives and the issues we face
advocate for trans people
empower trans people to bring about change in their lives and in the community
Transformers is a fortnightly group meeting which offers a safe space for young people aged 16-25 who are trans, non- binary, gender non-conforming or questioning their gender identity. Young people are able to meet in a comfortable & confidential setting, access one to one support with youth support workers, access information and participate in workshops and activities.
Young People's Centre
69 Ship Street
Gendered Intelligence has opened a support line for trans people who are waiting for gender affirming healthcare and those around them. We usually operate with no wait times to speak to a member of staff during our opening hours - on email, whatsapp and phone.