06 Feb Health Care Resources in Minnesota
You know that we want you to be healthy and safe. To help you with your health care journey we are creating a list, by state of health care organizations that serve the transgender, nonbinary, gender queer and non-comforming community. While we are creating this site for you, we are also doing this weekly post on health care. While it’s nice to have a list, in these posts we can also give you a few details on what each of the organizations we post actually do. We’ll just go through the states alphabetically, unless you send us a note and request a particular state and we’ll move requests to the top of the list.
Minnesota, like Michigan has lots of healthcare resources for transgender/ nonbinary people. .
Many resources are, to their credit, creating comfortable places for routine and proactive health maintenaince as well as interventionary health care. We will try to highlight what is offered in each case.
If you still can’t find the health care you need, drop us a note on FB (B.UR.SLF LLC), instagram/ twitter @burslfllc or email firstname.lastname@example.org and we will see what we can do to help.
This week we are listing resources for Minnesota.
Gender Care at M Health (now M Health Fairview) offers primary care, hormone therapy, feminizing and masculizing gender confirmation surgeries as well as speech therapy.
Patients who need financial help may qualify for community care programs (see website)
Gender Care is offered at a number of locations in metro Minneapolis .
No age limits are given, but services at the above website seem intended for adults. For children puberty blockers may be available through University of Minnesota Masonic Children’s Hospital. Check at the link to the right.
Transgender Health Services offers hormone replacement therapy and a whole lot of group therapy and psychological services.
Payment options are not obvious
Transgender health services is located in Minneapolis
Ages served by the program are not state, but the program apperas to be for adults.
Transgender services offers hormone therapy to the transgender, nonbinary and agender individual, as well as yearly exams, reproductive services, hysterectomies, pediatric referrals for endocrinology, surgical referrals and voice therapy.
There is an application program for financial assistance if needed.
Transgender Services at Park Nicollet is in Minneapolis
Park Nicollet serves adults, but referrals for pedicatric endocrinology are available.
Gender Health Services offers puberty blockers, hormone therapy, menstrual suppression, fertility preservation, integrative health care an integration of other subspecialties as needed.
No obvious financial assistance.
The Gender Health Program is in Minneapolis
This program is for children and adolescents.
Total Transgender Health offers hormone therapy and puberty blockers (Prevention and treatment for HIV/AIDS, STD’s travel related infections and other complex infections. Referrals for surgicals and other services.
Payment options are not obvious.
Total Transgender Health has locations in Brooklyn Center and Maple Grove.
All ages are welcome.
Gender Medicine offers hormone therapy and gender affirming surgeries. Other avaiable services include primary care, sexual health, prevention of HIV, diagnosist and treatment of HIV/STIs.
Financial Assistance is available check the link for eligibility financial assistance.
CentraCare is a health care network that spans central Minnesota check this link for locations.
Age limits are not obvious, check with the provider.
The Transgender and Intersex Specialty Clinic offers hormone replacement therapy, masculizing and feminizing top surgeries, feminizing facial surgery, other feminizing and masculizing surgeries, and voice therapy,
Financial assistance is available if needed.
The Mayo Clinic is located in Rochester (and sites in other state like Phoenix and Scottsdale, Az and Jacksonville, Fl)
No age limits are given, but services appear intended for adults.
Trangender Health Services offers hormone therapy and puberty blockers as well as trans affirmin gynecological care, testicular exams, breast exams, many general health care services, confidential STI testing and treatment, birth control, including hormone compatible birth control,
Payment options are not obvious.
Trangender Health Services at the Family Tree Clinic are in St. Paul.
No obvious age limits check with the provider.
Transgender Care offers primary care, hormone replacement therapy (adult and pediatric endocrinology), breast removal (chest masculization) and breast augmentation (feminitization) and referrals to other specialties including gynecology and urology.
Financial assistance is available, check this link financial assistance.
Transgender Care at Essential Health is located in Duluth and other facilities check the link for locations.
Most services appear to be for adults, pediatric endocrinology is available so it is assumed that hormone therapy is avaiable to adolescents.
Semac clinic has hormone therapy for ages 18-63. Other available services include regular exams like PAP smear and pelvic exams, STI preventative education testing and treatment, pregnancy tests, HPV vaccine, contraception and referrals to specialists.
Payment options are not obvious, but it is noted that hormone therapy is likely more affordable at the clinic than at other sites.
Semac serves various locations in Southeastern Minnesota, for services at each location check the guide.
Hormone therapy is limited to ages 18-63.
Planned Parenthood Health Centers in Minnesota offer hormone replacement therapy. Other available services include birth control, sexualt health and prevention, testing and treatment for HIV/STI’s. For these services be sure to search for LGBTQ Services at the Planned Parenthood website for the Planned Parenthood location nearest to you.
There are serveral Planned Parenthood Health Centers around Minnesota which you can find by clicking the link above.
Services are for 18+ patients.