News from RAD Remedy

News from RAD Remedy

On Trans Day of Remembrance, Resilience, and Resistance Riley on 11/20/2016

RAD Remedy reflects on TDOR

RAD Remedy's Guide to the Immediate Post-Election Future Riley on 11/11/2016

RAD's ED shares the things you should be doing after the election.

Exciting Grant Update: CFW LBTQ Giving Council and Polk Brothers Fund for Emerging Organizations Riley on 07/12/2016

RAD Remedy receives sustaining funding for capacity building and continued awesomeness.

RAD Remedy Statement on Recent Police Shootings Riley on 07/08/2016

Statement by RAD Remedy's Executive Director on recent police violence

On the Pulse Tragedy: Need Resources? Riley on 06/12/2016

RAD Remedy's Executive Director shares resources to help folks in Orlando and elsewhere handle difficult emotions around the Pulse Nightclub tragedy.

Trans Healthcare Discrimination: Now Effectively Illegal Riley on 05/18/2016

The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) released the final guidelines of Section 1557 of the ACA, which finalizes the prohibition of healthcare discrimination against transgender and gender non-conforming folks (!!!). Find out what that means here in a video Q&A by Jen Laws.

46 Words: Understanding the Importance of the Department of Justice’s Response to HB2 Jen Laws on 05/11/2016

As you likely know, we at RAD are all about encouraging folks to be informed. That concern extends to political hullabaloo like North Carolina’s HB2 law. This guest post is a long but important read from Jen Laws, a thinky friend of RAD, about why the speech that Loretta Lynch gave this week and the Department of Justice’s response to HB2 was so important and how it will impact us as a community. It is game changing, y’all, and it will impact everything from our ability to use the restroom to the quality of the medical care we will be able to receive.

The Importance of Reviews Cate on 04/22/2016

With RAD, we feel that you shouldn't have to attend a support group or seek out other venues to find an affirming and competent provider. Reviews are the key to that concept.

We want to share with you our thinking and how you can help RAD in this mission.

Announcing Our First Zine: Self Exams and Check Ups Cate on 04/15/2016

RAD Remedy and radical illustrator Isabella Rotman bring you a guide about self-examinations you can do at home, along with important checkups, who needs what, and when!

See for the final product!

How Your Identities Can Help Others Eliot on 03/20/2016

RAD Remedy challenges the notion of a universally-affirming or knowledgeable provider. We’ve seen lots of instances where a provider is great for one group of people but the worst for another. We think you should know that kind of information ahead of time. On RAD, you can.

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