TNBI Social Prescribing Service

TNBI Social Prescribing

Social prescribing for trans, non-binary, intersex, and gender-questioning people

The Trans, Non-binary, and Intersex Social Prescribing Service aims to support TNBI people aged 18+ to link with local groups and services that could improve their well-being, mental health, and social connection. The service works flexibly to meet individual needs and communication can be via email, phone, video call, or in person.

Please note that the TNBI Social Prescribing Service is not a crisis service. If you are in crisis, please see our crisis resources.

Important information about our current service

Due to high demand, we have currently paused referrals for our TNBI Social Prescribing Service. We hope to reopen all referrals as soon as possible.

If you need some support while our social prescribing work is reduced, please see our directory.

If you are LGBTQ+ and are a refugee, seeking asylum, or a recent migrant to the UK from abroad, you can still get in touch with us via our IRIS page.

Some examples of concerns we could work with you on:

  • Improving your mental health and wellbeing
  • Navigating access to gender-affirming care
  • Housing, money, and debt
  • Isolation and loneliness
  • Language and cultural barriers
  • Exercise and healthy living
  • Form filling
  • Connecting with and attending groups and services

TNBI Support flierWe work with you to help you get extra support in the areas you need.

Other resources

Under 18?, please contact Allsorts

Switchboard Helpline: Open Mondays, Wednesdays, & Thursdays 7 – 9.30pm – call 01273 204050 or email [email protected]

Brighton Trans Health Hub: email [email protected]

In an emergency always call 999.