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Our transgender group is for all transgender, intersex and gender non-conforming people, our partners and allies residing in and around the Great Lakes Bay Region. We strive to create a safe place for transgender people and their allies to meet for open dialogue, educational opportunities, and socializing. This is a vibrant community group that enjoys getting together to learn, grow, and have fun together.
We meet on the first Thursday of each month at Unity of Bay City (3736 State Street Rd, Bay City, MI 48706) from 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. Three groups (Transgender Adults, Transgender Youth, and Allies) meet for a portion of the time separately and reconnect as a group for socializing.
A second activity/social group meets on the third Saturday of each month. This group meets at Trinity Episcopal Church (815 N Grant St, Bay City, MI 48708) unless otherwise noted. Check out our calendar for more details.
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This is a closed Facebook group. Please click the join button and we will open the door and welcome you in. We protect our group and anyone posting hateful things will be removed. Soliciting sexual favors is strictly prohibited; you will be removed from the group. Our goal is to keep everyone safe.
Advocacy & Support
Equality Michigan's Department of Victim Services provides dedicated support and advocacy to the LGBTQ and HIV+ community.
Services include but are not limited to:
- Trans specific specialized services and resources
- Anti-violence support and assistance in filing discrimination complaints
- Intimate partner violence & sexual assault support
- Safety planning
- Community referrals & education
- Legal systems navigation and advocacy
Appointment Request Form - Coming Soon!
If you or a loved one is in need of crisis intervention services, please contact Family & Children's Services of Mid-Michigan at (989) 631-5390.
Perceptions can assist with crisis intervention session costs; up to three (3) crisis sessions per year, per individual. Contact Family & Children's Services directly to make an appointment.
Crisis intervention services are immediate, short-term help to individuals who experience an event that produces emotional, mental, physical, and behavior distress or problems. A crisis refers to any situation in which the individual perceives a sudden loss of their ability to use effective problem-solving and coping skills.
Examples include, but are not limited to: sexual assault, mental illness, thoughts of suicide, a loss or drastic change in a relationship.