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Last updated: October 2020

Seasonal Support Line Seasonal Hours

With the end of year holiday time upon us, Gendered Intelligence Support Line wishes to update you with our seasonal opening times. We recognise that the holiday time could be difficult for many of you. Please feel free to visit our wellbeing resources hub on Gendered Intelligence website COVID-19 Support Hub. The Gendered Intelligence Support Line Team wishes you a peaceful and nourishing holiday season.

- Tuesday 22 December 2pm-7pm

- Wednesday 23 December 10am-3pm

- Thursday 24 December 10am-3pm

- Friday 25 December UK Holiday closed

- Monday 28 UK Holiday closed

- Tuesday 29 December 10am-3pm

- Wednesday 30 December 10am-3pm

- Thursday 31 December 10am-3pm

- Friday 1 January UK Holiday closed

- Monday 4 January 2pm-7pm(back to our usual opening hours)

Please refer to our Support Line page for more information about our Support Line Service.

GI Summer camps 2020 cancelled

A message from our summer camp team on this years cancellation

Human rights organisations stand with trans people on IDAHOBIT

Liberty joins Amnesty International UK and Human Rights Watch in sending a message that trans rights are human rights - read here

Announcing extended hours and our new NHS partner, the Sheffield Porterbrook clinic

We are pleased to announce that our Support Line is extending opening hours to 5 days a week to better support patients at this difficult time. The Support Line is now offering support to gender care patients at our new NHS partner Sheffield Porterbrook Clinic, while continuing support services at the Nottingham Centre for Transgender Health. The service is available to gender questioning people who are either on the waiting list or current patients of gender services based at these clinics.

Gender diverse patients are currently facing a difficult time with the postponements in access to full gender care services and primary care, as an impact of the COVID-19 crisis public health strategy. Plus many in our gender diverse communities are also experiencing personal difficulties with the impact of self-isolation, the loss of services, employment and income. You may be experiencing anxiety, stress and have your own very individual personal concerns.

We would like to offer you support. We can explore together the range of LGBTQI remote services on offer. We can talk with you, offering you a confidential supportive space. We do not need to ask you or record your personal details. We are here to talk (and message), to offer you support you with your gender transition, your gender healthcare concerns, and to support you in your wider wellbeing as a gender diverse person. Do feel free to make contact with us or to pass on our details to someone that might need us.

New opening hours

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Please note that a call to our 0330 number costs the same as a call to a normal home or business landline.

All numbers that start with 03 are charged at the same rate as standard landline numbers that start with '01' or '02'. If your phone tariff offers inclusive calls to landlines, calls to 0330 numbers will also be included on the same basis.

Trans Inclusive Residentials - new guidance

Trans Inclusive Residentials: A Free Resource for Youth Workers, Schools and Organisations

Gendered Intelligence has released new guidance to support youth workers, community workers and staff in educational settings to run residentials that are inclusive of young trans people.

Based on 10 years’ experience of running residentials for young trans people, we want to share the key knowledge and advice developed by our youth workers over a decade.

The guidance covers a wide range of areas from changing facilities and sleeping arrangements, to outdoor activities, offsite visits, residentials abroad and how to support young people once the residential has come to an end.

This guidance is aimed at youth workers, community workers and staff in educational settings who are likely to be running residential trips.

However, it may also be a valuable resource for staff working on residential sites, parents/carers of young trans people and anyone else who is considering how to run or support a trans-inclusive residential.

You can download a PDF version of the guidance below.

Download the guidance

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