VA Speech-Language Pathologists (SLP) can assist Transgender Veterans to modify aspects of communication in a manner consistent with their identified gender. Prior to your appointment with Endocrinology, an evaluation by a mental health provider is necessary.Please speak with your VA primary care or mental health provider to explore this option.For more information, please contact the CWT Program Coordinator at (813) 610-3242 Monday thru Friday AM to PM.Visit the VA’s Vocational Rehabilitation and Employment Benefits webpage for more information regarding your eligibility for and the types of employment services available.A state of the art blocking system puts you in control of unwanted communications.The group chat rooms are a fun place to hang out and talk with friends and random people.Please download our comprehensive LGBTQ Resource Guide or see below for more information.
Contact VA’s National Call Center for Homeless Veterans at 1-877-4AID-VET (1-877-424-3838) to speak to a trained VA responder.
This includes treatment of HIV with the newest and best medications available, monitoring response to therapy, screening of other sexually-transmitted infections (STIs) and HIV associated comorbidities, as well as counseling and education regarding living with HIV.
The ID clinic also now offers Pre-exposure Prophylaxis (Pre P), to protect HIV negative patients who may be at high risk for acquiring HIV.
JAHVH EEO LGBTQSA SPECIAL EMPHASIS PROGRAM The James A.
Haley Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer/Questioning and Straight Alliance Special Emphasis Program’s (LGBTQSA SEP) mission is to...…identify and address barriers, stereotypes, and other related issues in the workplace, foster allies, increase awareness of health care issues, and advocate for a caring, respectful and welcoming environment for our LGBT Veterans, family members and employees.