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Houston Transgender Meetup is a collection of transgender inclusive support groups, events, fundraisers, and social gatherings in the greater Houston area. This meetup page serves as a public access calendar and is not affiliated with any organization. Please message me if you would like your event or group added to the calendar.

The following groups are not listed on the calendar but meet regularly:

HATCH Trans Group

Transgender youth ages 13-20


Contact: HATCH Line 713-529-3590

PFLAG Houston

Parents of Transgender Children (of any age)


Contact: 713-467-3524

TAU CHI (chapter of TRI-ESS)

Cross dressers and significant others and families ages 18+

www.tau-chi.org (http://www.tau-chi.org/)

Contact: Jane at Jeftris@aol.com

Transgender Women of Color United for Change

Contact: Dee Dee Watters at 713-780-8421 twcuc@yahoo.com



1) Can “admirers” or “chasers” attend the events and groups?

Absolutely not. Please do not attend our groups and events if your motive is to find a sex partner. Do not embarrass yourself by making us kick you out of groups and events.

2) Can partners, parents, etc attend any of the groups?

They can attend some. IN.Formation (see calendar for meeting times) is designed for trans people and their parents/spouses/allies. It is also a very good place to start if you are beginning your transition process. We also offer a group specifically for non-trans family members, partners, and allies. See calendar for details.

3) Can cis-men and people who identify as female attend Be Free (the trans-male group)?

No. Be Free is a group specifically for transgender men, at any stage of transition (including pre-transition). The group serves to give trans men a safe space to discuss sensitive topics such as health and sexuality. Thank you for respecting our space.

The community leaders work hard to ensure that transgender individuals and our allies have safe and nurturing places to meet. Anyone who makes sexual references on the online discussion board will be removed from the group and blocked. Anyone, regardless of gender identity or previous involvement in our community, who makes lewd or sexual comments and/or gestures or who is seen "flashing" others at meetings and events will be removed, suspended, or banned at the discretion of the group facilitator.

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Trans-Alliance of Spring

Creative Life Spiritual Center

This is a support group in Spring for Transgender, Intersex, and non binary individuals. Adults 18 and over along with minors 14 and up are welcome (with signed permission from guardian). Allies are always welcome. The meetings start on Thursday February 7th and will meet weekly thereafter. Please feel free to show up if you live in or will be in the area. Trans-Alliance of Spring Thursday's 7:30pm - 8:30pm Meeting weekly in the Quimby Room (first floor)at: Creative Life Center 5326 Spring Stuebner Rd, Spring, TX 77389

Salem ELCA

Salem Evangelical Lutheran Church

The following description is from the website: Salem Evangelical Lutheran Church is a welcoming community of faith in southwest Houston. We welcome everyone, regardless of gender, race, disability, sexual orientation or gender identity. We love Jesus, and we believe Jesus invites us to be people who love, serve and give.

Resurrection MCC

Resurrection Metropolitan Community Church

Description from the website Since its founding in 1968, Metropolitan Community Churches have been at the vanguard of civil and human rights movements as an international advocate for vulnerable people in places where religious orthodoxy, sexism, transphobia and homophobia can result in violence and death. MCC has been on the forefront in the struggle towards marriage equality in the US and other countries worldwide and continues to be a powerful voice in the LGBTQ equality movement. MCC’s ministry reaches over 43,000 members in over 250 churches in 22 countries worldwide. Metropolitan Community Churches are on a bold mission to transform hearts, lives, and history. We are a movement that faithfully proclaims God’s inclusive love for all people and proudly bears witness to the holy integration of spirituality and sexuality.


Montrose Center

Open to the public. Free LGBT-dedicated support group for people with depression or bipolar conditions, support individuals, family of choice, and friends. You are welcome to simply show up, or you may contact the Montrose Center at[masked] or DBSA Greater Houston at[masked] to Rsvp. Co-sponsored by Depression Bipolar Support Alliance Greater Houston more at dbsahouston.org Room 113 This is a really great group from what I hear. As always, make sure to check the Montrose center calendar at their website www.montrosecenter.org for more listings. --George Z.

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Montrose Center

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