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The Gay Agenda Weekly is a sparkly newsletter with queer and trans* events happening in Albuquerque and beyond. The emails include music shows, organizing opportunities, and education. Find out what’s happening by emailing email@example.com to join the list.
El Paso’s Purple Pages list LGBTQ-friendly healthcare providers, social service providers, and partners.
Trans Birth is a directory created to connect trans* and gender
non-conforming people and their families to midwives, OBGYNs,
and doulas who provide welcoming care to our communities.
There are New Mexico listings.
TGRCNM supports transgender, gender-conforming, gender-variant people in New Mexico with support groups, organiational educational trainings, drop-in services, medical provider list, legal support, medical clinics, need exchange, and events.
149 Jackson Street Northeast
Albuquerque, NM, 87108
Health care professionals who enroll in this course will gain the knowledge and skills to address tobacco use with patients, including:
- The specifics risks and consequences of tobacco use on the body
- How to deliver a tobacco intervention in less than three minutes
- Effective communications techniques for addressing tobacco with patients
- How to make referrals to New Mexico Tobacco Cessation Services and other appropriate resources
- CME-Designated Activity (1.00 prescribed credits)
UNM Truman Center (Albuquerque) offers free healthcare to anyone living with HIV/Stage 3 (AIDS). They also offer free medical, behavioral health, and nutrition services for transgender people. See the article about their services in our Wellness Guide (page 14)
VAPE is a one hour documentary and outreach campaign about the use of E-cigarettes especially in the youth community so parents, educators, community leaders and especially juveniles understand the spectrum of health issues and dangers associated with these products. www.nmvape.info
The World Professional Association for Transgender Health (WPATH), formerly known as the (Harry Benjamin International Gender Dysphoria Association (HBIGDA), is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, interdisciplinary professional and educational organization devoted to transgender health. Our professional, supporting, and student members engage in clinical and academic research to develop evidence-based medicine and strive to promote a high quality of care for transsexual, transgender, and gender-nonconforming individuals internationally.
YWU works with young women of color to advance an intersectional vision of reproductive justice around five campaign issue areas: de-stigmatizing mental health alongside LGBTQ youth of color, leading criminal justice reform with a gender lens perspective while de-criminalizing substance use and pregnancy, maintaining and growing access to reproductive health care, increasing access women of color have to a full range of birthing options centering midwifery models of care, building educational equity and support for expectant and parenting young people. YWU also runs Circle of Strength, a leadership development program for self-identified young women of color ages 13-19.