The National PFLAG site has a wealth of resources. Click the button below to visit the site's resources page.
GSA Network is a gender justice organization that provides many valuable resources. Click the button below to visit the site's resources page.
The Gender Support Plan is a detailed form to help create a shared understanding among student, school staff, and family to ensure that a student's authentic gender will be accounted for and supported in school.
Connect to a crisis counselor 365 days a year. 100% confidential, 100% free.
Get involved with Transgender people fighting for equality for Trans People nationwide.
A local (Walnut Creek) gender specialist providing support through any life transition.
A consortium of Bay Area mental health professionals providing gender-affirmative services to gender expansive, gender creative and Transgender youth and their families.
Kelsey Pacha, MA, M.Div. holds a Master of Religion and Psychology, Master of Divinity, and Certificate of Sexuality and Religion from Pacific School of Religion in Berkeley, CA. He also holds a Bachelor of Science in Human Development and Psychological Services from Northwestern University in Evanston, IL. He's the Board President of Trans Bodies, Trans Selves, a nationally recognized resource for the trans, genderqueer and gender conconforming communities. He offers a wide variety of professional training services and consulting for businesses, schools, advocacy groups and non-profits. His web site offers a wealth of resources to the LGBTQ+ community and their families.
A TransYouth Family Ally (TYFA) is any person or organization who is supportive of trans, gender variant and gender questioning children and their families and can uphold the mission of TYFA. An ally is someone upon whom the organization can depend to be a consistent witness, expert or other professional representative who will not only endorse the message and mission of TYFA, but will do so unequivocally.
TransYouth Family Allies works with individuals to become an ally.