Physical Health

Health Insurance Buyers Guides
2019 Transgender Health Insurance Buyer’s Guide
2019 Hormone Therapy Prescription Coverage Guide
2019 PrEP and HIV Prescription Coverage Guide
Thank you One Colorado for producing these informative guides!

Tobacco Free Colorado
Tobacco Free CO provides helpful tips and resources to help people in our community quit successfully and stay tobacco free. Explore their site to find more information and resources.

Cactus WAX Studio
50% off a first WAX Service. EVERYONE is welcome.
If you'd like to make an appointment out of regular hours, connect with Wendy Pearson. 502 Center Drive
Superior Marketplace (By Target)
Superior, CO 80027

Transformative Freedom Fund

Need financial support in your transition? Look into the Transformative Freedom Fund; find more information on our Transgender Resources page.

Mental Health

Mental Health Partners Crisis Services
Walk-in Crisis Services: 3180 Airport Road, Boulder
Withdrawal Management, 24/7 support: (303) 441-1281

Colorado Crisis Services   
(844) 493-TALK (8255)
24h/7 help line
This website also provides all the walk-in crisis centers in the state.

Brett P. Kennedy, Psy.D., CSAT
Owner and Clinical Psychologist

Connie North, PhD, MS LMFT
Co-owner, Blue Sage Transitions Therapy, PLLC
Specializes in trauma and partners therapy, takes Anthem, offers sliding scale
545 Collyer St.
Longmont, CO 80501

Rosalind A. Pistilli LCSW
Owner and Licensed Therapist
Open Arms Transition Center
3050 Broadway St Ste 300
Boulder, CO 80304

Emily A. Kerr, PsyD.
Owner and Licensed Psychologist
EK Counseling, LLC
1006 Depot Hill Road, Suite C
Broomfield, CO 80020

Nicole Garcia, M.Div, M.A.
Licensed Professional Counselor
3485 Stanford Court
Boulder, CO 80305
(In Mount Calvary Lutheran Church, 2nd level)
Focus on providing services to the transgender and non-binary community in Boulder County, specializing in depression, anxiety, substance abuse, and suicidal ideation.

Dylan Rivard, MA
Licensed Professional Counselor
100 Arapahoe Ave., #8
Boulder, CO 80302

Li Brookens
1637 28th St.
Boulder, CO 80301

Nyle Biondi
1800 30th St.
Boulder, CO 80301

Rachael St. Claire - Kaiser Permanente
Kaiser, $20 or $40 copay, will write WPATH letter after 1 treatment
Wheat Ridge Behavioral Health Office
3400 Lutheran Parkway
Wheat Ridge, CO 80033

Tara Eastcott
BENT Psychological Services for Gender & Sexual Minorities
Specializes in gender and sexuality, $180/hour, scholarship fund available
2503 Walnut Street
Boulder, CO 80302

Claudia Winkler, MA
Psychotherapist in private practice, works with members of the LGBTIQAP community, primarily clients who identify as transgender. Offers sliding scale.
1637 28th St, Boulder, CO 80301

Elizabeth Asta, PhD (she/her/hers)
Owner and Psychologist
In network with Aetna and takes sliding scale.
Provides both gender affirming therapy as well as gender confirmation assessments when needed.
Works with a range of clients in the LGBTQ community.

Boulder Location:
1790 30th St. Suite 270
Boulder, CO 80301

Broomfield Location:
80 Garden Ctr. Suite 106
Broomfield, CO 80020

Liz Lewis, MA, LPC
Specializes in working with LGBTQ folks
Accepts Kaiser and Aetna insurance, or private pay

Keiran Bissell, LSW and Registered Psychotherapist
Specializes in serving those with marginalized gender identities and other marginalized identities, anxiety, depression, and grief & loss.

(720) 597-7917
1361 Francis St. 201D
Longmont, CO 80501

Queer Asterisk
Boulder, Longmont, Denver

National Queer and Trans Therapists of Color Network (NQTTCN)
A healing justice organization that works to transform mental health for queer and trans people of color. Launched in May 2016, we provide a space for queer and trans people of color committed to improving mental health for our communities.

Expand Mentoring
Providing therapeutic mentoring services to clients needing support with life skills, coping skills, and day to day life activities.
Boulder and surrounding areas

Sexual Health

Boulder County AIDS Project

BCAP provides HIV prevention education and care services to residents of Boulder County. Services include case management, housing assistance, emergency financial assistance, support groups, pro bono professional services, buddy programs, treatment advocacy, and spiritual support.

2118 14th St, Boulder, CO

Boulder Valley Women’s Health

Women’s Health (Boulder Valley Women’s Health Center) provides reproductive and sexual health care, including family planning and gynecological services, to adults and teens at clinic locations in Boulder and Longmont. In addition to accepting Medicaid and Insurance, many of our services are offered on a sliding scale based on ability to pay (with some services offered at no charge), assuring that everyone — regardless of income or insurance status — has access to high-quality reproductive health care.


Planned Parenthood of Boulder

Services provided include: abortion, birth control, emergency contraception, general healthcare, HIV and STD testing.

2525 Arapahoe Ave
Boulder, CO 80302
(303) 447-1040

Wardenburg Health Center

Sexually Transmitted Infection (STI) testing is available at Wardenburg Health Center. Both university health plans cover STI testing.

Call to schedule an appointment:

Medical Clinic: 303-492-5432
Women’s Health Services: 303-492-2030

People's Clinic

General medical care, male/female STI screenings

3303 North Broadway
Boulder, CO 80304

Clinica Campesina

General medical care, male/female STI screenings

2000 W. South Boulder Road
Lafayette, CO 80026

Salud Family Health Center

General medical care, male/female STI screenings

220 E. Rogers Road
Longmont, CO 80501

Denver Health

General medical care, male/female STI screenings

605 Bannock Street #117
Denver, CO 80204

Public Assistance Programs

Boulder Housing and Human Services

Community outreach and enrollment in benefit programs (including Boulder County Healthy Kids and Healthy Communities).


Colorado PEAK

Statewide benefits eligibility and enrollment system. Through the below website, you can sign up for many state assistance programs, such as Medicaid and SNAP (food stamps).

Emergency Family Assistance Association

Since 1918, EFAA has been the community safety net for families who have nowhere else to turn when they can’t meet their basic needs. Provides assistance for transitional housing, food, rent and deposit, utilities, emergency shelter, furniture, medical, dental and other basic needs.

Call for an appointment: 303-442-3042

Social Security Office

Retirement, disability, SSI, Medicare.

Open weekdays 9am - 4pm, except on Wednesdays, when they close at 12pm.
480 Dahlia St, Louisville, CO 80027