32 results for trans-health
COVID-19 & Trans, Gender Diverse, Non-Binary Communities
Although it won't be around forever, COVID-19 is affecting our trans, gender diverse, and non-binary (TGDNB+) communities right now. Some challenges might seem overwhelming, but we're here to help.
Trans and Gender Diverse Health
Equinox Gender Diverse Health Service offers both a bulk billing General Practice and a low cost counselling service to the trans and gender diverse (TGD) community.
Training and Education
TGDiCH Training Project
The Trans and Gender Diverse in Community Health (TGDiCH) Training Project is helping to create safe access to healthcare for trans and gender diverse people in Victoria: A TGD-led, evidence-based, state-wide training project by and for health professionals.
News & Events
Well, Well, Well (JOY 94.9)
For over 800 episodes, Well, Well, Well has been broadcasting on JOY 94.9 - Australia's out and proud community radio station. On air every Thursday night from 9PM, Well, Well, Well focuses on health and wellbeing issues affecting our LGBTI and PLHIV communities.
Show all results for Pages
22 Dec 2017
VAC Newsletter - Summer 2017/2018
20 Nov 2017
2017 VAC Annual General Meeting
21 Sep 2017
VAC Newsletter - Spring 2017
19 Jun 2017
VAC launches Protocol for the Initiation of Hormone Therapy for Trans and Gender Diverse Patients
11 Apr 2019
Autumn 2019 Newsletter
The cooler weather is rolling in and reminding us that the summer festival season is over, but we're keeping busy with an array of activities across the organisation. Check out the latest edition of the newsletter to see what we've been up to. Whether it's supporting the health of women in our LGBTIQ communities or introducing a diverse range of fresh faces to our health promotion campaigns, there's a lot on at the moment. Plus, don't forget to check out the community calendar on the back page for upcoming events.
24 Jul 2019
Winter 2019 Newsetter
The winter newsletter is out! Have a read to find out about our submissions to Victoria's Royal Mental Health Commission, the PARTi Project's time in Amsterdam, and Emen8's Guys Like Me. Guys Like You. Guys Like Us. Plus, check out updates from the teams at SAMESH and Equinox.
14 Nov 2019
EOI for Trans, Gender Diverse & Non-Binary Advisory Group
We're seeking expressions of interest for Thorne Harbour Health's Trans, Gender Diverse & Non-Binary Advisory Group.
27 Nov 2019
Newsletter - Summer 2020
In the lead up to World AIDS Day 2019, we're releasing our summer newsletter to get you ready for the upcoming silly season.
31 Mar 2020
Trans Day of Visibility 2020
This Transgender Day of Visibility, Thorne Harbour would like to acknowledge and celebrate a number of ground-breaking TGD-led initiatives in Victorian healthcare. A big congratulations to all the dedicated transgender and gender diverse community advocates who have made this possible – and big love to all of our wider TGD community!
20 Nov 2020
Trans Day of Remembrance 2020
For our recent annual report, A Year Like No Other, we spoke to a number of community members about the past year and the challenges faced by our LGBTIQ communities. As we recognise Transgender Day of Remembrance 2020, we spoke to one of the community members from our trans and gender diverse communities - Luka.
23 Apr 2021
A New Season for Drama Downunder
With every new season is a new time to get tested, get treated, and avoid the drama. Following the popularity of the original 'seasons' campaign back in 2015, this year's Drama Downunder features the fresh faces introduced last year as well as the first trans man every featured in the campaign's 13-year history. We sit down with Florin (pictured above left) about visibility, trans health, and being on street posters in your underwear.
30 Mar 2022
Trans Day of Visibility 2022
March 31st marks Trans Day of Visibility (TDOV) – an annual opportunity to celebrate our trans and gender diverse (TGD) communities. In recent years, a number of TGD people have featured in Thorne Harbour Health campaigns and publications. For TDOV 2022, we talk to of few of them about visibility and its importance in addressing the challenges faced by our TGD communities.
Show all results for News
13 Nov 2020
Over 2000 lifesaving health services for TGD Victorians
JOINT RELEASE with Your Community Health, Austin Health, Ballarat Community HealthOver 2000 appointments have been provided to trans, gender diverse and non-binary Victorians from a new model of inclusive, gender-affirming health service. November 22nd 2020 marks one year since the launch of the Victorian Trans and Gender Diverse Health Service and its two multi-disciplinary clinics based in Preston and Ballarat.The program is improving health access and outcomes for trans, gender diverse and non-binary Victorian adults, through the delivery of state-wide, bulk billed services. The service has been able to support some of the most isolated Victorians living in regional and remote areas of Victoria by utilising a mixture telehealth and outreach clinics. Clients have also benefited from reduced wait times compared to common experiences at other clinics.Led by Your Community Health, in partnership with Austin Health, Ballarat Community Health and Thorne Harbour Health, and funded by the Victorian Government, services include peer navigation, general practice, hormone therapy initiation, counselling, endocrinology, nursing, peer support and warm referral into broader community health services such as allied health and dental.“Our state-wide service has seen extraordinary growth during a very challenging year with COVID-19 and we are proud of our achievements. We have supported community members with their essential health needs and also increased employment for community members in professional roles,” said Your Community Health Chief Executive Officer, Phillip Bain.The new Victorian service has paved the way for Australia with a new model of care, integrating Peer Navigators into a medical environment.“Our Peer Navigators are the concierge of our health service, they greet and welcome our valued clients, provide them with information, referral and support and continue to be available for follow up appointments,” said Jeremy Wiggins, Project Manager.“This level of support is unprecedented and absolutely necessary for our communities who often experience multiple barriers in accessing quality healthcare. I often get phone calls from our clients who tell me personally that our service has literally saved their life. There is no doubt in my mind that this Victorian service is providing lifesaving health care,” Wiggins continued. The success of this model comes as a result of the hard work and determination of our trans and gender diverse community advocates and a collaborative commitment by implementing organisations to design and deliver services with the community.The community health sector is well experienced in supporting those most at risk of health inequalities and it is hoped the success of the Victorian Trans and Gender Diverse Health Service in such a short time will lead to the securing of ongoing support for the expansion of services.To access this service: Victorians can register online at: https://www.yourcommunityhealth.org.au/trans-and-gender-diverse-health/
Show all results for Media Releases
WED Mar 27
SAT Jun 22
Queer, Trans and GNC Clothes Swap
WED May 15
Change Your ID Day
TUE Jun 23
Transcripts: TGD wellbeing in current Australian medical research
WED Aug 5
THU Sep 3
THU Jul 14
THU Jul 21
THU Oct 15
TGDNB Social Connection via Peer Support
WED Mar 17
'Rurangi' Film Q&A
WED Apr 14
Trans and Gender Diverse Cultural Sensitivity and Awareness Training
SAT Jun 5
Contemporary TGD Health for GPs
WED Jun 2
Contemporary TGD Health for GPs (Online)