Seattle and national health resources

For Life Threatening Emergencies: Call 9-1-1

Depression and anxiety, suicide and crisis hotlines:

Places to get mental health care:

LGBTQ+ Friendly providers and clinics:

These are some of the clinics and providers I have referred people to in the past. Obviously providers and policies may have changed. Ingersoll Gender Center has a database of Seattle-area providers.

Urgent Care:

For established patients (that is, you have seen me for an in-office visit), I offer phone availability for after-hours situations. You can also usually be seen in the office within 24 hours for urgent situations. Sometimes, though, that’s not possible. So for when it’s not bad enough for the emergency room, but can’t wait until the office is open:

Country Doctor After Hours Clinic: located at Swedish Cherry Hill at 550 16th Ave, Seattle, WA 98122

Open 6-10 pm M-F and 12-10 pm Sat & Sun. Call (206) 329-5556; may not be open on holidays. Takes all insurances. Long-time provider of health care to the LGTBQ community.

Immediate Clinic: Make an appointment online at (also takes Apple Health, Molina, UHC Community Plan and Amerigroup)

Transgender and LGBTQ Resources:

Insurer’s portals: Medicaid, Premera, Molina, Amerigroup, UHC, Regence, Group Health


Nutrition and Food:

In general, the research supports a heavily plant-based diet (though not necessarily vegan) for optimal health.

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