Trans Health Care
Trans and Non-binary health programs and resources available throughout Sherbourne
All of our primary care providers across our family health teams are fully trained to provide surgery planning visits and referrals for transition-related surgeries (TRS). For general inquiries, Rainbow Health Ontario’s FAQ on trans-related surgeries covers common questions by Ontarians considering gender-affirming surgery and those who support them.
The ARC Program, which provides 24/7 care for those in need of a safe place to recuperate from a medical condition, illness or surgery, admits clients for post-surgical recovery and transition-related care.
We offer a variety of support groups for trans people, including social drop-in groups for adults and youth. View our Community & Drop-In Groups page for more information.
Our Rainbow Health Ontario program continues to coordinate and train health care providers across the province to provide TRS referrals to clients.
A working group of healthcare providers at Sherbourne, along with trans community members, developed a protocol to reflect and inform hormone administration in a clinical setting. For more information, view Guidelines & Protocols for Trans Care.
This FAQ is a guide to the assessment and referral process for provincial approval for OHIP funding. The resource is intended for persons considering transition-related surgery in Ontario, and the people supporting them.
Career Connections offers a unique series of workshops and peer support sessions to consider the needs of the whole person while building employment skills. Click here to learn more.
The Levelling Mind program empowers trans and non-binary youth with tools to navigate stress and enhance well-being, while also equipping their families and adult supporters with skills for fostering safer, more supportive environments. Learn more on its program page.