Transgender, genderqueer, gender non-conforming, and gender fluid people have unique challenges to accessing resources in the community. This is a list of providers and agencies that have been identified as trans friendly by members of the Boulder County community.
For medical resources and reviews of medical and mental health professionals, check out transhealthbouldercounty.org.
If you would like to be considered for this list, please email mduffy[at]outboulder.org or call 303.499.5777. We have chosen to focus on resources only available in the Boulder County area, but statewide resources with 24-hour hotlines or other services may be listed as well.
Practice New Pronouns
Trans 101 by GLAAD
Trans People Speak
Trans 101 for Trans People
A Transgender Survivor's Guide to Accessing Therapy
LGBTQ Student Resources & Support
Colorado Resources for Families of Gender Expansive Youth
Click here for a PDF provided by PFLAG and Tyes
All Gender Restrooms
REFUGE is a web application that seeks to provide safe restroom access for transgender, intersex, and gender nonconforming individuals. Users can search for restrooms by proximity to a search location, add new restroom listings, as well as comment and rate existing listings. They seek to create a community focused not only on finding existing safe restroom access but also looking forward and participating in restroom advocacy for transgender, intersex, and gender nonconforming folk.
Colorado Name Change Project
The CNCP was founded by Denver-area lawyer Emma Shinn to help transgender individuals navigate the complex process for legal name & gender marker updates in Colorado.
Denver Fingerprinting is here to assist individuals with the Colorado Bureau of Investigation (CBI) background check and FBI background check which is required for name changes. Rather than waiting 12-14 weeks for the FBI, we return results electronically within 24-48 hours and by mail within 5-7 business days.
Address: 110 16th St 8th Floor Denver CO 80202
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-4:30pm and Saturdays 9am-1pm.
Walk in during the above hours or schedule an appointment online at denverfingerprinting.com.
Gender Affirming Apparel
Founded in 2015, gc2b is a trans owned and operated company based in Maryland. gc2b's founder, CEO, and designer saw that the only options available for binders were designed for cis men. Using their experience as a Philly U Arts grad in industrial design, they committed to providing accessible, comfortable, and safe binding options designed by trans people, for trans people.
For folks who take injectable forms of Hormone Replacement Therapy, you may have wondered what to do with the used syringes. Here is some information on how to dispose of your used syringes.
Home Disposal of Syringes
You can prevent contamination of our waterways by safely disposing of syringes at home, using a needle exchange program, or via a syringe disposal company.
Place sharps in a strong plastic bottle (e.g. bleach, liquid detergent) or metal container with a screw-on or tightly secured lid to prevent accidental contact with the waste.
Secure lid with duct tape.
Place sealed container in your regular trash.
Keep out of the reach of children and pets.
The Hazardous Materials Management Facility (HMMF) is currently accepting sharps from Boulder County, City and County of Broomfield, and Town of Erie residents free of charge during normal hours of operation
Sharps are NOT accepted by recycling programs. Do not put sharps in with the recycling, even if the container you use to seal them is recyclable, as this puts staff at the recycling center at risk.
Hazardous Materials Management Facility
1901 63rd St
Boulder, CO 80301
Hours: 8:30 a.m. - 4 p.m. Wed-Sat.
Organizations and Support Groups
OBC support groups
Transformative Freedom Fund
Transformative Freedom Fund's mission is to support the authentic selves of transgender Coloradans by removing financial barriers to transitions related healthcare. Our application cycle is open January 1-April 1 of each year. We make funding decisions by June 15th of each year, and can start funding for that cycle immediately after an application is approved. We will fund any physical transition related healthcare from surgery, to hormones, office visits, electrolysis or laser hair removal, etc. for individuals who identify as transgender, gender nonconforming, non binary, gender queer, anyone who does not identify as cisgender. We do not currently provide financial support for mental health, but are more than happy to provide referrals for free or sliding scale options when available. We pay providers directly 100% of the time. Our priority areas for funding are trans women of color, older adults (60 and older), youth (up to 24), and folks facing significant safety concerns (living in rural areas, lack of consistent support systems, etc.). We do not require parental approval to fund youth, regardless of age, but will not provide payment to providers who are not reputable and licensed. Folks can apply every year for ongoing treatment needs, and are encouraged to apply again the following cycle if their application is not approved. We would love to be able to meet all the needs of our community, but unfortunately that is not a reality for us. At least not yet. If an individuals application is approved for surgery, but there is a waitlist that does not allow that individual to have surgery during that funding cycle, their approved amount will be held for them until their surgery date, or until they inform us that they no longer need the funds. We are always more than happy to answer any and all questions. Our email address is firstname.lastname@example.org and our website it transformativefreedomfund.org
You can also fund us on Twitter (@tffund), Instagram (@tffund), and on Facebook.
Gender Identity Center
The GIC provides support for all gender identities and expressions through direct services and social change utilizing empowerment, identity affirmation, outreach, education, advocacy, creating safe spaces and a sense of community.
1151 S. Huron St
City of Boulder Office of Human Rights
The City of Boulder Office of Human Rights has three work areas: (1) Human Rights Ordinance, strives to ensure protection of rights afforded within the city limits of Boulder by the Human Rights Ordinance, (2) Failure to Pay Wages Ordinance, protects workers from non-payment or underpayment of wages owed to them, and (3) Community Relations Program, which works to encourage interaction based on respect and understanding among the various communities in Boulder.
1101 Arapahoe Ave
Laser and Electrolysis
Left Hand Laser Studio
Laser hair removal, 1/2 off for transgender folks. Inquire by phone about "pay it forward" program.
1446 Hover Street, Suite 204
Longmont, CO 80501
Precision Electrolysis - Gretchen Goodman
Trans-owned business, $70 an hour
2432 Main Street
Longmont, CO 80501
Advantage Electrolysis - Sharon Bradford or Rebecca Feldman
Trans experience, no gender-neutral restroom access
Firiel Skin and Hair - Mike Cavanaugh
Laser hair removal. $35 for first session, $25 for other sessions
317 South Boulder Rd #1
Louisville, CO 80027
Electrolysis $55 half hour, $80 an hour
8064 W. Jewell Ave
Lakewood, CO 80232