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Individuals over 18 who wish to explore issues related to their gender identity, which may include any degree of transgender expression. Community professionals looking for support and consultation to help their clients reach their goals related to gender identity and expression. Ask your health care provider to fill out the CAMH adult referral form.
The Adult Gender Identity Clinic at CAMH offers specialty services to both individuals and their primary care practitioners in Ontario in regard to issues related to gender identity and expression, including gender expansive, trans and non-binary identities. The program offers a comprehensive response to the variety of clinical issues experienced by clients. The clinical team is interdisciplinary and includes social work, psychiatry and psychology staff with specialized expertise in trauma-informed mental illness and addiction care.
The clinic offers consultations and support to individuals over 18 years of age who wish to explore issues related to their gender identity, which may include any degree of transgender expression. Recommendations about how to assist clients in meeting their transition goals are then made. This may include individual support and treatment, group-based support and treatment, as well as recommendations for surgery funding and referrals for clients seeking transition-related surgeries.
For clients living outside the GTA. Given our referrals come from across the province, our clinic is equipped to see clients via telemedicine when possible. Typically, the first assessment in our clinic is in person in Toronto, and subsequent appointments for clients who live outside of the GTA may be made using telemedicine.
If you live in the north, you may be eligible for a Northern Travel Grant to cover basic travel costs to and from your appointments with CAMH. If you are an ODSP recipient, you may similarly be eligible to have basic travel costs reimbursed. Please ask your local provider for further details. In March , the MOHLTC introduced a regulation change that improves and expands access to assessment for TRS for Ontarians, empowering primary care providers to provide surgery readiness assessments.