How to get trans health care covered by insurance
How do I know if my health insurance will cover trans-related care? What do I do if there is an explicit exclusion in my plan? How do I challenge a denial for things such as facial feminization or breast augmentation when the insurance company says it’s “cosmetic?” Can someone under 18 get surgery covered?
Join Noah Lewis, Executive Director of Transcend Legal, for a presentation answering those questions and more! This talk will be helpful for trans people, parents, providers and advocates.
Transcend Legal is a NYC-based organization dedicated to eliminating all trans-health exclusions and helping trans people get insurance coverage for trans-related health care.
This presentation is sponsored jointly by CrossPort and Heartland Trans Wellness.
There will be no Support Group meeting on Monday, December 24, 2018.
Community Night is open to all trans* identified and gender non-conforming people, their friends, families, partners, and allies.
The Heartland Wellness Center is in the basement of Mt Auburn Presbyterian Church. The entrance is in the back in the parking lot. It is an accessible location with a gender neutral bathroom.
If you have any questions, please get in touch with us.
An RSVP is NOT required to attend Community Night.
Get together with friends for music or dancing or whatever strikes our fancy. The venue varies every month.
Note: February 2019 meeting will be at the Heartland Center, Mt Auburn Presbyterian Church on Wm Howard Taft.
Trans Night is for trans* (anyone under the transgender or transsexual umbrella, genderqueer, gender non-conforming, fluid, and gender questioning/processing umbrella) people only. We meet at Caracole (4138 Hamilton Ave) at 7pm.
Caracole is non-smoking, physically accessible, on the bus line, has a parking lot, is child friendly, and has two all-gender bathrooms. The entrance is located through the parking lot off Knowlton Street.
Drop us a note if you have any questions – see you there!
An RSVP is not required for Trans Night.
Limited to 20 participants.
Anxiety and stress are something every person experiences. Sometimes it becomes hard to bear. This workshop will identify some relaxing ways to cope with anxiety and stress though mindfulness techniques, art, and writing. Participants will have the opportunity to practice these techniques and artistic methods.
Audience: Open to all LGBTQPIA folks, friends, family, and allies
Cost: Free, materials provided