While some transgender people disclose their transgender status to friends, family, and co-workers (or any combination thereof), some do not disclose that information. It should not be assumed that because a few people know of an individual’s transgender status that the individual has shared this information with others. At the LGBT Resource Center, we recognize and respect that choices around disclosure are complex, and will be unique to each individual and their situation.
Transgender-Friendly Medical Resource Guide in Los Angeles
- Dr. Johanna Olson, Director of the Transgender Youth Program, and Dr. Marvin Belzerat at Childrens Hospital Los Angeles are available for referrals. Students must get a referral through the USC Health Center. They see individuals up to their 25th birthday. This can involve in-house counseling/mental health referrals once patients are evaluated.
- Dr Maddie is at the L.A. Gay & Lesbian Center
- The BAART clinic is a resource for those without financial resources, 213.353.1140
- The LA Gender Center is a source for counseling and medical referral, 310.475.8880
- The St. John’s Clinic can often see patients the same week, and can provide services with our without insurance.323.541.1660 ext. 1068
USC’s non-discrimination policy, which includes sexuality and gender identity/expression