Resources

  • 211 website or dial 211 from any phone
  • Crisis line: (206) 461-3222 or (866) 427-4747 (toll-free) Crisis Clinic website
  • ESP: 206-263-9010 The Emergency Service Patrol (ESP) helps people who are under the influence of alcohol and other drugs. Drivers get calls from the 9-1-1 emergency system and patrol in the downtown Seattle area to identify and assist persons in need of help. The drivers do a basic screening of a person’s needs and take them to a safe location. Drivers are on duty 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Rad Care started after Smitty did some qualitative research about Trans access to HIV testing. They started creating a website that could be updated by anyone wanting to add information. It has been in homeostasis as Smitty is getting better at coding and will become a part of this site as a wiki, at some point. Want to help? Drop us a line.

 

Other pages we are compiling are on autism, harm reduction, sex work, resiliency, self care and identification documents.

We currently are also working on a page for those who want to quit substances. This is mostly because we are getting asked this information often, not because we have any judgements about whether people should be using drugs.

old website: https://sites.google.com/site/transhealthcareresources/trans-health-study

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