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There are many organisations in the UK that specialise in supporting trans and/or non-binary people, through direct services, advocacy, campaigning and more.
It may be helpful for you to know about these organisations, so you can direct patients to them if needed, or in case they are useful for your own understanding and development.
Before you direct trans and/or non-binary patients to these organisations, it is important to establish a trusting relationship and avoid ‘handing over’ patients because you are unsure of how to support them. These organisations should be complementary to the support you are offering.
No Barriers is a cervical screening service for trans and non-binary people with a cervix at 56T, a specialist clinic at 56 Dean Street. The service is a partnership between RM Partners, The Tavistock & Portman NHS Foundation Trust, 56 Dean Street and Jo's Cervical Cancer Trust. Read more about the No Barriers project >
Action for Trans* Health is an organisation which campaigns for greater access to healthcare for trans* and gender variant people. It has produced the NHS Interim Protocol Guide to explain the new protocol around gender dysphoria to service users.
A specialist clinic in Liverpool that offers cervical screening. People must be registered at a GP and have an invitation letter to access cervical screening. Appointment only.
A national cancer charity with information for trans and/or non-binary people about the different screening programmes, including cervical screening.
A specialist clinic in London run by a team of trans and trans friendly professionals. Currently offering services by appointment only.
A trans sexual health clinic in Brighton that runs every month. It welcomes anyone who identifies as trans, non-binary or gender variant, and their partners.
A UK-wide organisation aiming to improve the lives of trans and gender non-conforming people. It hosts Tranzwiki, a directory of groups campaigning for, supporting or assisting trans and/or non-binary people.
A national charity that exists to support the needs of the diverse range of people who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans. Delivers a wide variety of services to LGBT communities.
Phone: 0345 3 30 30 30
Runs specialist cervical screening and sexual health clinics offering cervical screening and STI testing in London and Glasgow, for women, trans men and/or non-binary people who have experienced sexual violence.
Assists transgender people, service providers, employers and equality organisations to engage together to improve gender identity and gender reassignment equality, rights and inclusion in Scotland.
A charity that campaigns for the equality of lesbian, gay, bi and trans people across Britain, and provides information and support.
Information Freephone: 0800 050 2020
A not-for-profit organisation dedicated to improving the lives of trans people across Northern Ireland.
Jo’s Cervical Cancer Trust is also here to offer expert information and support about cervical health – from cervical screening through to cervical cancer – to anyone who needs it. If you feel a trans man and/or non-binary patient needs this support, we are here for them.
We have a free Helpline on 0808 802 8000, a confidential and anonymised Ask the Expert service, and an online Forum for giving and getting support from others with a similar experience.
Thank you to all the experts who checked the accuracy of this information and the volunteers who shared their personal experience to help us develop it. A special thanks to Harris, Laurie, Nat and Seb for allowing us to share their stories.
This information was developed in response to research done by Jo’s Cervical Cancer Trust in collaboration with Tavistock and Portman NHS Foundation Trust and 56 Dean Street.
We write our information based on literature searches and expert review. For more information about the references we used, please contact [email protected]