|Metropolitan Community Church|
Very trans friendly church
|Northwest Gender Alliance|
The Northwest Gender Alliance is a non-profit,
social, educational, and support group serving the transgender community
in Oregon and Southwest Washington. They welcome cross-dressers,
transgender, transsexuals (both male-to-female and female-to-male), Intersexed
individuals, their families, friends, supporters, and caring
professionals. Membership is $45 per year. The NWGA meets
the Second Saturday of each month at the City Church of Portland,
downstairs in the basement. 3830 SE 62nd, just South of Powell.
And meets at Grandmas every other month now on 3rd Tuesday
night at Grandma's, which is at 41st and Holgate. We will be there
McMinnville Support Group
University Methodist Church
Metropolitan Community Church
MTF group meets 7:00-9:00 Wednesday. No
contact number ant this time. I believe it is run by Jennifer
GLT Group at the Portland Train Station
Trans Identity Resource Center
FTM International Magazine
FTM Talk and Support Group
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/FTM_Ally_PacificNW/ is an adult group designed to bring FTMs and their Allies together for activities, events, discussions, networking, meeting other couples and singles. Every member is encouraged to actively participate in the group. We want this group to be a safe place for members to meet each other, find others to date, have discussions, etc.
Membership is open to FTMs & Allies who live in, visit, or plan to move to Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana, and British Columbia.
Membership requires the completion of a short questionnaire
Group is moderated by Craig in Portland & Christa in Seattle.
FTM Info Network
Ann Vitale Newsletter-- A culling of news pertaining to transsexuals around the world. This is an excellent source of information in the world for Transgendered individuals. Dr. Vitale is no longer producing the letter but the archives are available
On-Line Support for Trans Families and Spouses
If an error is detected on the above information
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