Sunday, April 21, 2013

Medical Resources


Dr. Martin Seltman
Metro Family Practice
901B West St
Wilkinsburgh, PA 15221
The Metro Family Practice offers Primary Care and medical support for FTM and MTF(hormones, physicals, etc.) 

Steven Wolfe, DO MPH
Forbes Family Medicine
2570 Haymaker Road
Monroeville, PA 15146

Draion M. Burch, DO LLC
P.O. Box 99847 Pittsburgh, PA 15233

267-281-DRAI (3724)

Mental Health Services:

Persad Center
5150 Penn Ave
Pittsburgh PA 15224

Debra Flint
Pittsburgh Pastoral Care
New Castle, PA 
Debra is a LGBTQ-friendly therapist and counselor. 


N. Michael Fassini, Jr., DDS
355 Fifth Ave. 
Suite 820
Pittsburgh, PA 15222

Owen Cantor, DMD
Cantor and Pounds Dental Associates
425 First Ave 
Third Floor
Pittsburgh, PA 15213

Hair Removal:

All About Youth
Babcock Blvd
Pittsburgh PA

Anita Linderemeir, RN, BA, CMT
Monroeville, PA
Offers genital hair removal via electrolysis for transgendered individuals prior to SRS

Lisa Bortz, AEA
Papillion Center
72 N. Main St, Suite 2A
Doylestown, PA 18901
Offers pain free electrolysis with anesthesia.

Vanishing Hair
Jessie Seams
Vandergrif Pa
appointment only
click link above for more info.

Parent Resources

Are you looking for a safe place for your Transgendered child?
TransPride Pittsburgh is dedicated to to providing links between families and safe community resources. 

Pittsburgh's Gay and Lesbian Community Center offers a variety of safe programing for LGTBQIA youth. For information about these programs, visit the Youth page. 

Resources outside of Pittsburgh:

Camp Aranu'tiq
Youth, ages 8-15.
Camp Aranu'tiq is a summer camp that provides transgender and gender-variant youth with a safe, fun, and unique experience. Youth are encouraged to express gender however they are comfortable and connect with others in similar situations. 
Contact Camp Aranu'tiq: 617.467.5830.

Youth Resources

Hello, Youth of Pittsburgh! 

Initiative for Transgender Leadership Announces:

 Peer Mentorship Program Kick-Off & Orientation Weekend

Peer Mentorship Program Kick-off Weekend for Trans* Youth!

Join us if you want to:
   become a skilled, connected and confident mentor to your peers;
   be part of a supportive and awesome group of people committed to making the world a better place for trans* youth;
   develop your professional and leadership capacities.

Come to our kick-off weekend October 4-6th where you will meet other local trans* youth, learn the basics of being a mentor, practice non-violent communication, eat great food and find out about ITL's Peer Mentorship Program to see if you want to join. Meals will be provided, bus fare is available, and the whole weekend is free! 

Location: ITL co-founder Madeleine Hershey will be hosting the Kick Off at her house on Aurelius Ave. in Swissvale. The house is handicap accessible

GLCC of Pittsburgh

Are you looking for some fun ways to get involved in the Community? 
The Gay and Lesbian Community Center has a variety of programs designed just for you.

Persad Real Talk Program Tues., Fri 4pm-7pm

Weds Service Access for Youth Youth Engaged in Service (SAY YES) - Weds 12-3
services for homeless or in crisis youth 25 and under

Free Medical Clinic  Weds 12-3  ( for uninsured or under-insured)
Trans* specific service available

Friday Night Drop-ins - every friday 7pm-10pm Youth 18 and under- hang out

Spectrum Saturdays! youth Drop In for 18 and up! First and Third Saturdays!

For more information about these programs, contact the GLCC.

210 Grant St. 

Pittsburgh PA 15230