By now you’ve seen the news that California’s Department of Managed Health Care (DMHC) and California’s Department of Insurance have ordered California’s health plans to remove exclusions of coverage based on gender identity and expression.
Who will this impact? Will trans people now have access to transition-related care? What does this mean for health care reform?
Please join us Thursday, May 9, 2013 at 5:30pm PDT, 8:30pm EST, for a celebratory and informative community conference call. Registrants will be able to ask questions.
Speakers to include:
Masen Davis, Executive Director
Ilona Turner, Legal Director
Anand Kalra, Project HEALTH Program Manager
Beth Capell, Health Policy Expert
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The Four Agreements, by don Miguel Ruiz is an inspirational and life altering book. don Miguel Ruiz offers an insightful look into four agreements that foster living a life ON PURPOSE!
What agreements have we made that don’t serve us anymore? As members of the Trans/Queer community many of us have taken on agreements of domestication that go against the essence of who we truly are. We get to examine the agreements we’ve created or have been given and choose to honor only those that serve us. It’s our time to be fully self-expressed, create our own path and not STRUGGLE down a path selected for us.
Please join us at the next TSPN* Meeting for an update from the CHIPTS Transgender Consortium Building upon foundation work conducted by the TSPN and others, the Consortium has been developing potential models for a transgender wellness center/system here in Los Angeles County that we’d like to share with the community.
The TSPN meeting will be held on
Wednesday, May 8, 2013 from 10:00 – 12:00 at
Friends Community Center
1419 N. La Brea Avenue Los Angeles, CA 90028
CAP is gearing up to do some focus group research among LGBT individuals in Philadelphia, Denver and Los Angeles, and I’m looking for trans people who would be interested in participating. I’ve contacted Masen and Jack Lorenz at EQCA, but I’m hoping you might be able to help me connect with more people.
We’ll be hosting one 90-minute focus group in Los Angeles beginning at 7:15 PM on May 9, and I’m looking for 8-10 transgender individuals who are uninsured, have a partner or child who is uninsured, or who are at risk of losing their current insurance. Each person will be receive $100 for their participation.
Can you send this information and flyer to anyone you know who might be interested or able to connect with trans people in LA? Anyone who is interested in participating should contact Ana Rivera at 407-922-1164 or firstname.lastname@example.org.Focus Group Flyer.
It is nice to see that there is a safe sex message targeting Transmen. For to long Transmen have been neglected when it comes to safe sex practices.
Alpha Omega Nu serves as a brotherhood/fraternity for masculine of center individuals who were born biologically female. The Alpha Omega Nu brothers are committed to living lives of integrity as we support one another in building character, self-esteem, leadership skills, financial independence and spiritual evolution. The mission of the organization is to promote education and advocacy while being an influential presence within the community.
Actively increase visibility in our community and educate the public about the journey of transmen, thereby increasing understanding and tolerance all the while paving a peace filled road for coming of age trans brothers.