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Gender Affirming Resources Wilmington

Whether you identify as transgender, genderqueer, non-binary, bigender, gender non-conforming, agender, or anything else under the trans umbrella, PPSAT is committed to supporting you. . On this page you will find links to a range of different resources, including: direct service agencies, health and wellness providers, support groups,and more.

Local Resources

Wilmington Transgender Community Resources

Wilmington Transgender Community is a comprehensive website dedicated to the health, prosperity and wellbeing of the Transgender, Intersex, non-binary, and Gender Non-Conforming and crossdressing (Trans*) population in the Cape Fear Region.  We have more than 100 different Trans Friendly resources in the community

LGBTQ Center the Cape Fear Coast

We offer programming, advocacy, and outreach for the LGBTQ+ community and our allies in southeastern North Carolina. The LGBTQ Center of the Cape Fear Coast is a 501(c)(3) organization. We work to eliminate all forms of bigotry and bias that keep us from being safe and free. We celebrate LGBTQ+ people!


Primary Care/Internal Medicine/OB GYN

UNC Transgender Health Program - Primary Care

[email protected]  

Novant Health- Primary Care

Dr. Catherine Sotir
2523 Delaney Ave.
Wilmington, NC 28403

Wrightsville Family Practice - Primary Care

1414 South 39th Street
Wilmington, NC 28403-6702
(910) 792-1231

Dr. Keelee MacPhee

Working with the transgender and non-binary patient population since 2005, Dr. MacPhee has seen first-hand the positive and profound effects that surgical reconstruction can have on a person’s life. She describes her transgender work as the most rewarding aspect of her practice, and she is grateful for the ability to help patients transition to the bodies that align with who they truly are.
5826 Fayetteville Rd
Suite 209
Durham, NC 27713

Reproductive Endocrinology/Infertility

Carolinas Fertility Institure

Whether you are starting your family or adding to it, the Carolinas Fertility Institute providers and staff can help you understand your options and proceed with a plan to reach your parenting dreams. (336)448-9100 

North Carolina Center for Reproductive Medicine

NCCRM, with offices in Cary and Greensboro, North Carolina, is proud of the fact that we have helped so many of our patients in the LGBT community to create families.
400 Ashville Ave, Suite 200A,
Cary, NC 27518

Informational Resource: Family Equality

Explore Family Equality’s various resources on general paths to parenthood and the trans-specific resources

Informational Resource: FertilityIQ

LGBTQ+ communities each have unique paths to parenthood. These resources will help you to understand all your options and how to optimize the process along the way.

Sperm Bank Online Resources: Sperm Bank Directory

SpermBankDirectory.com contains listings of facilities in your area that offer sperm cryobanking, sperm donation or the purchase of sperm for IVF.

Sperm Bank Online Resources: RO

Semen analysis and sperm storage kits.

Sperm Bank Online Resources: Sppare.me

At home way to test, freeze and store sperm.

Dr. Asif R. Rizvi - Fayetteville & Triangle Endocrinology 

105 Roxie Ave
Fayetteville, NC 28304
(910) 609-1880


Renaissance Plastic & Reconstructive

We understand the need to bring out the “real” you. Your consultation, transgender surgical procedures and follow-up visits will be done in our private, trans-friendly surgery center located in South End, Charlotte.
Dr. Hope Sherie, MD, FACS
325 Arlington Ave
Charlotte, NC, 28203

Beck Aesthetic Surgery

Dr. Joel Beck is a caring, compassionate, down-to-earth and trustworthy human being who is proud to assist his brave patients who are taking steps toward transitioning. 
1450 Matthews Township Parkway Suite 270,
Matthews, NC 28105

UNC Transgender Health Program

[email protected]

The Cosmetic Concierge

At Cosmetic Concierge, we understand the need to bring out the “real” you. Your consultation, transgender surgical procedures and follow-up visits will be done in our private, trans-friendly surgery center located in South End, Charlotte.
Dr. Hope Sherie, MD,FACS
325 Arlington Ave.
Charlotte, North Carolina 28203
P: 980-938-0459

Duke Health

All patients are unique and their surgical plan should be as well. I also take a holistic approach while devising a treatment plan. I look at the whole patient and everything that is going on with them in order to understand what treatment option will work the best.
Dr. Kristen Marie Rezak,MD
Duke UniversityHospital
2301 Erwin Rd.
Durham, North Carolina 27710

Capizzi MD Cosmetic Surgery Capizzi

As a board certified plastic surgeon with over 20 years of experience, Dr. Capizzi offers discreet, informed recommendations based on the latest innovations in cosmetic surgery. He is a proud supporter of the trans community, and is honored to assist his patients on this exciting journey.
Dr. Peter J. Capizzi, MD 
900 East Blvd.
Charlotte, North Carolina 28203


Good RX

Our mission is to build better ways for people to find the right care at the best price. Our technology gives all Americans — regardless of income or insurance status — the knowledge, choice, and care they need to stay healthy.

Rx Outreach

We offer hope and access through high quality, compassionate, personalized service to overcome barriers that limit one's healthiest life.

Mental Health Resources

Clarity Counseling

Gender affirming mental health therapy is highly individualized to address gender dysphoric symptoms, emotional problems, behavioral problems, and mental health disorders. Research consistently shows that TGNC teens and adults who receive social support and gender affirming medical/mental healthcare have improved life outcomes
Dr. Michael Stinnett, PsyD
1437 Military Cutoff Rd
Suite #210
Wilmington, NC 28403
(910) 444-4771

Honeybee Psychotherapy

We believe in transparency, collaboration and treating people with kindness, dignity, and respect. We believe boundaries, practicing what works, honoring our scope of practice, authenticity, and recovery.

3133 Wrightsville Ave
Wilmington, NC 28403

Delta Behavioral Health

Delta Behavioral Health is a collection of independent practitioners providing a wide variety of mental health and substance-related services.
Nova Swanstrom
1606 Physicians Drive
Suite 104
Wilmington, NC 28401
(910) 343-6890

Kendall Tidey,MSW, LCSWA

As a gender specialist, WPATH member, and LGBTQ+ ally, I am adept and trained to provide guidance for transgender and gender-diverse adults who have various needs. I also believe in reducing gatekeeping for gender-affirming care.
1901 Kent Street Suite G
Wilmington, NC 28403
[email protected]


Black River Health

We provide a wide variety of medical and pharmaceutical services for both children and adults to ensure the medically unserved and financially burdened members of our state can receive the treatment they need, when they need it.
Jennifer Witkowski, LPC
Burgaw, NC 28425
(910) 390-8127

Stillpoint Counseling and Wellness

Stigma, in any form, is an impediment to the well-being of those who experience it. Given the stressors that LGBT groups must confront, such as homophobia, prejudice, coming out, and discrimination, finding a therapist who is openly LGBT-friendly or who specializes in LGBT issues is crucial to your personal growth. Our therapists are committed to helping clients of all genders, sexual identities and expressions feel not only safe, but truly respected
3001 Wrightsville Avenue Suite B
Wilmington, NC 28403
[email protected]
(910) 769-6360

Atlantic Counseling Center

I believe that therapy is a collaborative one with the client in which strengths within are identified, and assistance is given to help the person find their inner solutions. Optimal growth and change are achieved by identifying and breaking down those obstacles that stand in the way of a person's true happiness and potential.
David Mabry, MA, LCMHCS, CHt
321 N. Front St. Suite 306
Wilmington, NC 28401
(910) 741-1742

Place of Peace Counseling

Place of Peace was created to help individuals, couples and families in our community navigate the stressful nature of dealing with mental health and other life challenges.
Main office:
5015 Oleander Dr
Wilmington, NC 28403

Further Affirming Resources

NC DMV Sex Designation Form

In order to update the gender marker on a North Carolina ID, the applicant may submit any ONE of the following:

  • Gender Designation Form, signed by the applicant and by one of the following licensed professionals: physician, psychiatrist, physician's assistant, licensed therapist, counselor, psychologist, case worker, or social worker
  • A passport or birth certificate with the proper gender marker
  • A court order recognizing the gender

Milan Laser Hair Removal 

Our goal is to provide state of the art laser treatments in a safe, comfortable environment

Prismatic SpeechServices - KevinDorman, MS, CCC-SLP

Speech Language Pathologist Speech Therapy
3407 W Wendover Ave
Greensboro, NC 27407
(336) 609-6258
[email protected]

American Speech Language Hearing Association

At times, people may want to change the way they talk and sound. Speech-language pathologists (SLPs) can help with these changes. You may feel that your voice does not represent who you are. You may want to change the way you speak so that your voice or communication style is more aligned with your gender. There are different options that may help you with this.  

Genderfluent App Speech Therapy

Record your voice while getting immediate feedback on your gender, pitch, and other vocal characteristics. Confidently train and track your progress anytime, anywhere.

Vital Voice andSpeech: Speech Therapy

All consultations and sessions are online via a secure teleconferencing platform.  Working with Monica would first involve a thorough intake and vocal analysis.  She utilizes both objective analysis via instrumentation and perceptual analysis to develop a voice and communication program based on each client’s personal needs and goals.


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