The University of Michigan Health System Comprehensive Gender Services Program (UMHS-CGSP) was started in 1993 by a multidisciplinary team to meet the diverse physical and mental health care needs of gender variant persons at the highest level of medical and ethical standards. Since that time, we have helped over 1,000 clients in varying stages of transition.
We offer mental health, medical, and surgical care in one program to assure coordinated care.
An ancillary goal of the program is to enhance knowledge of transgender health, and to educate students, health care professionals and the community at large about transgender issues.
• Gender questioning or non-conforming individuals
• Transgender individuals
• Partners and family members
Our Services Include:
• Same-day enrollment appointments
• Primary medical care (including hormone replacement therapy for those clients in the mental health portion of our program)
• Speech/voice therapy
• Surgery including chest reconstruction, facial feminization, and gender reassignment surgery (GRS)
• Assistance with workplace transition issues
• Community Outreach
• Informational Resources
• Support Groups