Gender-Affirming Health Care for Children, Adolescents, & Young Adults
We are pleased to welcome you to our Gender Health Clinic. We value your gender journey and feel privileged to join you as you explore the gender-affirming medical services and support our Mary Bridge Children’s team offers.
The Mary Bridge Children’s Gender Health Clinic accepts new patients up to age 17 ½ and younger and will provide gender-affirming care for people up to age 18 or completion of high school. Our services are for children and adolescents…
- Who do not identify within the traditional definitions of male or female
- Whose gender identity is different than the assigned sex at birth
- Who identify as transgender, gender non-conforming, non-binary, gender-neutral, and all other honored gender-diverse identities
Our priority is to ensure a safe space for your child or adolescent to receive gender-affirming care tailored to their needs and those of your family. With our family-centered care philosophy, you can count on us to work with you to provide the highest quality, sensitive, and specialized healthcare.
Your Partner for a Specialized Approach
Our program follows the Clinic Practice Guidelines approved by the Endocrine Society’s Treatment of Gender Dysphoria/Gender Incongruent Persons & Transgender Medicine and Research, and the World Professional Association for Transgender Health (WPATH).
Your providers at Mary Bridge Children’s Gender Health will partner with therapists, caseworkers, and other medical professionals who may be pertinent to your care. This close-knit collaboration lets us coordinate with relevant professionals in your life so that you and your family can focus on your gender journey.
Mary Bridge Children’s Gender Health
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Gender Health Research Program
We aim to generate high-quality, patient-centered research that will improve gender-affirming care access, quality, and experience, and support trans and gender diverse youth and their families.