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Currently, there are no local providers offering puberty blockers. The closest options are in Bellingham.

For HRT, the following providers offer services for adolescents and adults:

  • SeaMar Clinic
  • Skagit Regional Care
  • Planned Parenthood-intake has to take place in Bellingham, but then hormones can be maintained.

Puberty blockers:

Seattle Children’s Hospital Gender Clinic
Consult the Gender Clinic for referrals to Bellingham.

For Adults:

Mental Health Care

There are lots of individual practitioners in the area. Be assertive about interviewing counselors. They will do a phone consultation, so that you can ask questions. Do so. You deserve a competent, compassionate, skilled therapist. Expect nothing less.

Transgender Support Group through Northwest Washington Gender Alliance
This is a fabulous group of very welcoming folks who are so supportive with encouragement and resources. They meet every Wednesday evening from 7:30-9:00. Gender nonconforming folks are welcome as are intersex folks. For more information, email also has a monthly support group for folks who want support, questions answered, someone to cry with, be angry with, learn with. For more information, email


There are lots to choose from. Here are some of our favorites.

Specifically for teens 13-24

  • Queer Chat Space-facilitated support groups for youth. There is always somebody to talk to and with.
  • IMI-lots of resources for coping. Lots of groups. If you can’t find or afford mental health counseling, go here!!!
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