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Access to Mental Health Care for LGBTQ Young Adults in Pennsylvania

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ASAN Statement on Abuse of the Land Twins and recent Washington Post coverage | Autistic Self Advocacy Network

Posted 4 days ago
i'm choked up. i literally just learned about informed consent. i don't have a lot of access to information and i feel like this literally is a life-saver. thank you so much for helping me out. this blog is so fucking important. thank you so much. you guys may just have really helped turn things around for me. kjadhak <3
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So glad we could be of assistance to you!

Best wishes!

Posted 5 days ago
For the Seattle Anon - The Bellingham Family Health Care Clinic (in Bellingham!) and the Cedar River Clinics (in Renton) are informed consent clinic. My friends used to go to the Neighborcare clinic on Pike Alley (Downtown Seattle), which at least at the time was an informed consent clinic. King County now has an online TransResource guide put out by Demonstrate Access which might be at least a little helpful, and if you haven't yet, check out/try calling Ingersoll Gender Center .
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Posted 5 days ago

The History of the ADA

Queerability Celebrates the 24th Anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act!

To learn more about the history of the ADA, go to the link in the title.

Posted 5 days ago
For the anon, in some places, there is an option to do informed consent and you don't have to do a psych eval.
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Posted 5 days ago
hey there. i have a questoin for u + followers. im severely mentally ill and have not had good experiences with psychiatry. i am also trans. i am looking into hormones, but most places require a psych eval? i can't do that cause it is too traumatic for me plus um, you know, i don't think being trans is an illness. i'm located in seattle. does somebody know of a place / clinic that doesn't require that? + can somebody tell me im right, right, like, being trans is not a diagnosis i'm so upset !
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Anybody have any advice for anon here?

Posted 1 week ago

ASAN Praises Queerability and Campus Pride for Creating Resource on Disability Rights Activism for Student Leaders | Autistic Self Advocacy Network

Thank you, ASAN!

Posted 1 week ago

Queerability Statement About Jane Doe in Connecticut

Queerability, a leading LGBTQ and disability rights advocacy organization run by and for LGBTQ people with disabilities, expresses our profound concern about the Jane Doe case in Connecticut. Jane Doe is a transgender teenage girl with a psychiatric disability who has been moved from a psychiatric treatment facility to a juvenile detention center for boys in solitary confinement without trial due to violent behavior. The forced institutionalization of Jane Doe is incongruent with the Olmstead vs. L.C decision.

We urge the Department of Justice to take action and conduct an investigation. We also call on other LGBTQ and disability rights advocacy organizations to speak out on this critical issue.

Posted 1 week ago

Disability Rights Activism for Student Leaders