NEW! Women’s Health is now offering Transgender Services. Learn more.
At Women’s Health we know that for our Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Intersex or Queer patients, finding sensitive, culturally competent and clinically appropriate healthcare can be a challenging and uncertain. That’s why several of our clinicians are trained to meet the distinctive and changing needs of LGBTIQ people. Here we will do our best to make you will feel safe and respected.
At the clinic and also when we provide Community Health Education services to the general population, we use language that includes people of all sexual orientations, gender identities and biological sexes.
Our specialized curriculum can meet the specific needs of LGBQ* youth who are negotiating safer sex in an “abstinence-only” world. We provide LGBQ youth with affirming messages and realistic options for avoiding unexpected pregnancy and STIs and HIV. To learn more about comprehensive sexual health curriculum for LGBTIQ youth click, visit our Teen Clinic website.
*Transgender and Intersex are purposely left out here because they do not refer specifically to sexual orientation. Currently, the most competent curriculum available are tailored for LGBQ youth and do not speak to the unique needs of transyouth.
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