What we can do for you
If you’re a transgender youth or the parent of a transgender individual, we have support groups for you; now in Ann Arbor, Adrian, Farmington Hills, Flint, Lake Orion, Lansing, Livonia, Macomb and Wyandotte. Gender expansive young child play groups in Ann Arbor and Livonia.
Do you need a friendly ear to just listen? Do you just want to ask a question or say “hello”? As Ally Moms, we have lots of love and understanding to go around. With more than 200 Ally Moms nationwide, in 40+ states, there is love at the other end of the phone for you.
Share The Love - March 2, 2019
SAVE THE DATE - MARCH 2, 2019
Our second annual family Share the Love event is coming up. Join us for food, games, facepainting and more at the Orchard United Methodist Church in Farmington Hills. A Stand with Trans family event for all ages. Sign up today!
For families and youth who are transitioning, it is critical to have access to a wealth of resources that will educate, inform and support. This includes books, articles, therapists, medical doctors, and more.
What our Community says
Why we do it
Research shows that Trans and Gender Nonconforming Youth are in dire need of community support and representation.
- Feel UNSAFE in school due to gender 80%
- Believe they will be TREATED DIFFERENTLY by medical personnel due to gender identity/expression 73%
- Report VERBAL HARASSMENT 58%
What our community says
“I refer youth and families to Stand with Trans because it is an accepting, supportive place for youth and families to connect and learn from each other.” Sara Wiener, LMSW
“I am a mother of a transgender teen. I don’t know what I would do without the guidance and unwavering support of SWT, especially Roz Gould Keith. This group gives me hope and seems to be helping my teen feel less isolated and more hopeful.” Julie G.
“Stand with Trans has been a lifeline for our family. The support and validation that we feel from other families, and from the LEADERSHIP, has been tremendous. Our family has also participated in social events, like the summer picnic, and the last two yearly conferences. These have been both informative and fun.” Jaye Lacerte
“Stand With Trans is an essential resource and source of support to the youth and families that I see in the office.” Daniel Shumer, MD, MPH