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16:00 TO 17:30
27 MAR 2017
GOSHH, 18 DAVIS STREET, LIMERICK
The Limerick Transgender Peer Support Group takes place on the last Monday of every month from 18:30 to 20:30. See below for upcoming meeting dates. You can contact GOSHH for more information on (061) 314354.
26 MAR 2017 - 10 APR 2017
Our Second Annual Transforming Lives - Trans Mental Health Week is happening between the 26th of March and the 2nd of April.
We are asking you to organise an event in your area! Meet your local mental health group or if you're a mental health organisation meet your local trans group. Create opportunities together and let's map our mental health
MEETINGS TAKE PLACE MONTHLY
21 MAR 2017
ST. HELENA'S FAMILY RESOURCE CENTRE, ST HELENA'S ROAD, FINGLAS SOUTH, DUBLIN 11
TransParenCI is a peer support group for parents and family members of trans people.
21 MAR 2017
SQUASHY COUCH, 32 PARNELL ST. WATERFORD
TransParenCI is a peer support group for parents and family members of trans people. Transformers is a peer support group for trans young people whose parents attend TransParenCI. Both groups run simultaneously but are facilitated in separate spaces.
14 MAR 2017
GET IN TOUCH WITH THE LGBT HELPLINE FOR DETAILS ON MEETING PLACES AND TIMES FOR THIS GROUP!
This groups is aimed at spouses,or long term partners, of people who have recently revealed they are LGBT. The group has been running for over 2 years and is facilitated by trained facilitators from the LGBT Helpline.
20:00 - 22:00
10 MAR 2017
GREYSTONES FAMILY RESOURCE CENTRE, 28 BURNABY COURT, GREYSTONES
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call on 01 255 7528 to find out future dates
04 MAR 2017
BELFAST TRANS RESOURCE CENTRE (98 UNIVERSITY STREET)
GenderJam's social meetups are relaxed, open events for young trans, non-binary, questioning & intersex people to meet others and make friends. Open to all young (25 years old or under) trans, non-binary and intersex people, and to those who are questioning or exploring their gender.
03 MAR 2017
The Gemini Club is situated in central Dublin and provides a discreet, friendly and safe space for TV's, CD's and the transgender community. The club is open on Friday nights.