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Planned Parenthood is dedicated to serving the sexual health needs of our community, especially underserved groups who face special barriers to accessing quality health care services and information. We recognize that discrimination, heterosexist assumptions and lack of awareness of GLBTQ issues often interferes with the ability of GLBTQ individuals to have their health needs met. Planned Parenthood is committed to being a trusted and reliable resource for sexual health care and information for the GLBTQ community. Planned Parenthood is excited to announce transgender medical services in Whatcom County.

Our educators are available to provide presentations and trainings that are inclusive of GLBTQ identities and issues on a variety of sexual health topics. We continue to work on identifying other needs in the community and finding ways to meet them, and we welcome input from individuals who want to assist us in this mission.

For more information on the educational programs we offer please contact the Education Department at [email protected]


Online Resources for GLBTQ Health Information:

Gay and Lesbian Medical Association

International Foundation for Gender Education

Intersex Society of North America

Parents, Friends & Families of Lesbians and Gays


Local Resources (serving Whatcom/Skagit/San Juan Counties and Washington State):

Skagit PFLAG 

Whatcom PFLAG 

Washington Gender Alliance

GLBT Youth Help Line  1.800.246.7743

Safe Schools Coalition Hotline (for reporting harassment in schools)  1.866.488.7386

Evergreen Wellness Advocates (HIV/AIDS education, advocacy, case management)  1.800.249.2437

Sean Humphrey House (housing & support for those living with HIV/AIDS)  360.733.0176


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