Resources for trans community

You can view resources from many organizations.

Organizations with resources

These organizations have self-identified as giving resources that may be of interest to the trans community.

Agate Housing and Services

Agate is a social advocacy organization committed to ending homelessness.

Annex Teen Clinic

The Annex Teen Clinic helps young people take charge of their sexual health. They do so by providing confidential health services and education.

Organization website 

Visit the Annex Teen Clinic website


Autism Society of Minnesota*

The Autism Society of Minnesota (AuSM) enhances the lives of individuals and families affected by Autism Spectrum Disorder. AuSM serves Minnesotans, throughout their lives, with a fundamental commitment to: 

  • Advocacy
  • Education
  • Support
  • Collaboration
  • Community building

* NOTE - the Autism Society of Minnesota table will be located at the Quiet Space just off the T Plaza.

More resources

See the AuSM resources

Avenues for Youth 

Avenues for Youth support youth in Minnesota, who are 16-24 years old, who are experiencing homelessness.

Organization website 

Visit the Avenues of Youth website



Avivo is a provider for:

  • Chemical mental health
  • Adult and youth employment service
  • Training 

Organization website 

Visit the Avivo website



Bridging is a Minnesota nonprofit which empowers people to thrive in their homes.

They provide those seeking housing stability with:

  • Quality furniture 
  • Household goods 

Organization website 

Visit the Bridging website


Black Visions 

Black Visions is a Black-led, Queer and Trans centering organization. 


To organize powerful, connected Black communities and dismantle systems of violence.

Organization website 

Visit the Black Visions website


Central Minnesota Legal Services

Central Minnesota Legal Services gives free legal help to low-income individuals and families. They help with civil legal issues.

City of Minneapolis Office of Immigrant and Refugee Affairs (OIRA)

OIRA is a City office dedicated to Minneapolis:

  • Immigrants
  • Refugees
  • New American communities 

Organization website 

Visit the OIRA website


More resources

See the OIRA resources

City of Minneapolis Small Business Team

The Small Business Team supports entrepreneurs and business owners. They help them navigate City processes and connect to resources. 

Organization website 

Visit the Small Business Team website


City of Minneapolis Transgender Equity Council

The Transgender Equity Council is a board of appointed community members. They advise City leadership on policy related to trans equity.

Organization website 

Visit the Trans Equity Council website


Children's Minnesota

Children's MN is the largest pediatric healthcare system in the region to care for kids ages 0-18. It consists of two hospitals and 16 clinics.

Organization website 

Visit the Children's Minnesota website


Clare Housing 

Clare Housing provides housing, healthcare and hope to people living with HIV/AIDS.

Organization website 

Visit the Clare Housing website


Dandelion Spirit Psychotherapy (Dr. Kai Gunty)

Dr. Kai is a therapist who provides therapy for:

  • Kids
  • Parents
  • Families

Dr. Kai also has:

  • Playgroups for trans and gender nonconforming kids 
  • Support groups for their parents

Organization website 

Visit Dr. Kai Gunty's website


Disability Hub MN

Disability Hub MN is a free statewide resource network that helps you:

  • Solve problems
  • Navigate the system
  • Plan for your future

Organization website 

Visit the Disability Hub MN website


Ellie Mental Health

Ellie Mental Health's goal is to make getting mental health care the norm.

Organization website 

Visit the Ellie Mental Health website


Face to Face Health and Counseling

Face to Face is a youth-serving clinic in St. Paul. They specialize in reproductive and sexual health.

Organization website 

Visit the Face to Face website


Family Tree Clinic

Family Tree is a sliding fee clinic that provides:

  • Sexual health services
  • Trans health services
  • Sex education in community

Organization website 

Visit the Family Tree Clinic website


Gender Justice 

Gender justice works to advance gender equity through the law.

Organization website 

Visit the Gender Justice website


Goodwill-Easter Seals of Minnesota

Goodwill career training and education

Goodwill has training programs that include job placement help in:

  • Automotive Services
  • Business Professional Pathways
  • Construction
  • Financial Industry
  • YouthBuild

Organization website 

Visit the Goodwill-Easter Seals website



Hired prepares people for employment that pay sustainable living wages for individuals and families. 

Organization website 

Visit the Hired website


Jewish Family and Children's Service of Minneapolis (JFCS) 

JFCS is a social service agency for people of all faiths and backgrounds. They have been around locally for 112 years. JFCS serves clients in Hennepin County through many programs. 

Organization website 

Visit the JFCS website


More resources

JFCS information document

Ladies of the Lakes

Ladies of the Lake is a nonprofit order of queer nuns. They spread joy and expiate guilt while raising money for the community.  

Organization website 

Visit the Ladies of the Lakes website


LGBT Center at Minnesota State University, Mankato

The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender (LGBT) Center heightens campus and community awareness of LGBTQIA+ concerns. 

They do this through:

  • Education
  • Programming
  • Activism 

The LGBT Center strives to ensure everyone has equal opportunity, in a supportive and safe environment, to:

  • Learn
  • Work
  • Grow 

Organization website 

Visit the LGBT Center website


Minneapolis College

Minneapolis College is a member of the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities system. They offer students more than 100 liberal arts, career and technical programs. 

They design their programs to either:

  • Prepare them for good jobs in high-demand professions
  • Transfer to a four‐year college or university. 

Organization website 

Visit the Minneapolis College website


Minnesota Department of Health Safe Harbor Program

The Safe Harbor programs helps trafficked and exploited Minnesota youth.

They offer youth:

  • Services
  • Shelter
  • Support 

Organization website 

Visit the Safe Harbor website


Minnesota Indian Women's Resource Center (MIWRC) 

MIWRC is a non-profit which serves indigenous women and two-spirit individuals and their families.

Organization website 

Visit the MIWRC website


Missions Inc. Programs 

Missions Inc. Programs provides housing, support, and safety.

They offer these resources to people experiencing:

  • Domestic abuse
  • Substance use disorders
  • Housing instability
  • Problematic substance use
  • Disability

Organization website 

Visit the Missions Inc. website


National Able/IT Career Lab 

The National Able/IT Career Lab offers:

  • Accelerated IT training
  • Certifications
  • Careers pathways program

Organization website 

Visit the IT Career Lab website


Nonsectarian Marriage Officiants of Minnesota (NoMO MN)

 NoMO MN has a three-way quest. 

  1. NoMO MN desires to rid the world of fill-in-the-blank ceremonies. 
  2. They provide their services at low to no cost. 
  3. NoMO MN works hard to help anyone else become legally ordained in Minnesota.

Organization website 

Visit the NoMO MN website


NorthPoint Health & Wellness Center

NorthPoint Health & Wellness Center is a multi-specialty center. They're located in North Minneapolis.


  • Medical
  • Dental
  • Mental health center
  • Human service agency

Organization website 

Visit the NorthPoint Health website


Park Nicollet Clinics 

Park Nicollet provides gender-affirming services.

This care includes:

  • Hormone therapy
  • Puberty suppression
  • Mental health care
  • Surgery
  • Care coordination

Organization website 

Visit the Park Nicollet Clinics website


PFund Foundation

PFund Foundation is the upper Midwest community foundation. They support LGBTQ individuals through scholarships and  LGBTQ non-profits through grants.

Organization website 

Visit the PFund Foundation website


Planned Parenthood North Central States

Planned Parenthood North Central States provides, promotes, and protects reproductive and sexual health.

They do this through:

  • High-quality care
  • Education
  • Advocacy

Project for Pride in Living

This nonprofit provides disenfranchised communities with:

  • Career readiness services
  • Low income housing 

Public Health Emergency Preparedness and Response

The Minneapolis Health Department's Emergency Preparedness and Response program works to ensure the health and safety of residents and visitors during emergencies and disasters.

QUEERSPACE collective 

QUEERSPACE collective creates space for LGBTQ+ youth to feel safe and empowered to be their true selves.

Organization website 

Visit the QUEERSPACE collective website


Rainbow Health 

Rainbow Health is an LGBTQ-health advocacy and services organization. 

Focus areas

  • Helping trans/nonbinary people with insurance enrollments and appeals
  • Providing Behavioral health services

Organization website 

Visit the Rainbow Health website



RECLAIM increases access to mental health support so that queer and trans youth may reclaim their lives from oppression in all its forms.

Organization website 

Visit the RECLAIM website


Red Door Clinic

Red Door is the largest HIV and STI clinic in Minnesota. They offer accessible and affirming sexual health care to all people. 

Organization website 

Visit the Red Door Clinic website


Senior Community Services


To innovate and deliver services that meet the changing needs of older adults and their caregivers. 


SEWA-AIFW is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization. They support and enhance South Asian family wellness in Minnesota.

Organization website 

Visit the SEWA-AIFW website


Sexual Violence Center

SVC gives free direct services to people who have experienced sexual violence.

They serve the counties of:

  • Carver
  • Hennepin
  • Scott

Organization website 

Visit the Sexual Violence Center website


Stonewall Sports Minneapolis

Stonewall Sports engages the LGBTQIA community in recreational sports and social activities.

Telling Queer History 

Telling Queer History connects LGBTQ+ people across generations and identities through storytelling to foster:

  • Empathy
  • Connection
  • Healing

Organization website 

Visit the Telling Queer History website


The Aliveness Project and Tea Time

The aliveness project is a community center for people living with HIV.

Organization website 

Visit the Aliveness Project website


The Arc Minnesota

The Arc Minnesota is a statewide nonprofit organization that works to promote and protect the human rights of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, supporting them and their families in a lifetime of full inclusion in their communities.

Organization website 

Visit the Arc Minnesota website


More resources

See the Arc MN resources

The Bridge of Youth

The Bridge for Youth centers youth voice, justice, and equity in all they do. The Bridge of Youth empowers youth experiencing homelessness through:

  • Safe shelter
  • Basic needs
  • Healthy relationships

Organization website 

Visit the Bridge for Youth website

The Family Partnership

Our services aim to disrupt intergenerational cycles of poverty, adversity and trauma through mental health, early childhood education, family home visiting and advocacy services.

Organization website 

Visit the Family Partnership website


The Link 

The Link is a youth and adult led nonprofit based in north Minneapolis.

They provide emergency shelter and housing and supportive services for youth and young families experiencing:

  • Homelessness
  • Sex trafficking
  • People who are involved in the juvenile justice
  • People who are involved in the foster care systems

Organization website 

Visit the Link website



TIGERRS is a cooperative organization. Their mission is to fill critical gaps in support for MN people who are:

  • Transgender
  • Intersex 
  • Gender-expansive

Organization website 

Visit the TIGERRS website


Transforming Families Minnesota

They are a peer led support group for trans and non-binary youth and their parents/caregivers. Their mission is creating a better world for trans youth and their families. 

Transforming Generations 

Transforming Generations is a culturally-specific gender-justice and queer justice organization. They're located in St. Paul, MN. They serve the Hmong and LGBTQ+ population. 

Organization website 

Visit the Transforming Generations website


University of Minnesota Youth and AIDS Projects 

The Youth and AIDS Projects is a non-profit organization. They're housed in the University of Minnesota's Department of Pediatrics.

They offer:

  • HIV testing
  • HIV/AIDS medical case management
  • HIV prevention services
  • Sexual health education programs
    • These programs are for young people living in the Minneapolis/St. Paul metro area

Organization website 

Visit the Youth and AIDS Projects website


Uptown Dermatology & SkinSpa, PA

They're an award winning medical, surgical, and cosmetic dermatology. 

Organization website 

Visit the Uptown Dermatology website


Women's Foundation of Minnesota

The Women's Foundation of Minnesota invests in innovative community-based, community-led solutions to ensure:

  • Safety
  • Opportunity 
  • Pathways to economic security 

They serve the following people across Minnesota:

  • Women
  • Girls
  • Gender-expansive people 
  • Families 

YMCA of the North

YMCA of the North youth and family services gives community based supportive services. Services are for youth and families throughout the seven metro county area. 

Organization website 

Visit the YMCA of the North website


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