RESOURCES & PUBLICATIONS
The Gender Expansion Project has created a collaborative Transgender Resource Guide for the entire State of Montana, as well is actively working on a nation-wide trans* friendly database.
This guide includes medical professionals, therapists, counselors, voice therapists, and other professionals and trans related resources throughout the State of Montana which the Gender Expansion Project has determined are trans-friendly resources.
GEP’s Montana Trans* Resource Guide – Updated February 2016
If you have any comments or questions about the guide, or wish to add further resources to our guide, please feel free to email us at email@example.com or call us at (406)848-1220.
If you wish to receive a print copy of this guide for yourself or your organization, please feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Gender Expansion Project has also published a resource guide in which explains and guides individuals of gender diversity through the process of changing legal documents to correspond with their identified name and gender. This guide is available primarily online, though can be available in print form by request only.
BECOMING ME: GEP Legal Name Change Guide (Idaho) - Updated March 2016 / Reviewed March 2016
BECOMING ME: GEP Legal Name Change Guide (Montana) - Updated November 2014 / Reviewed February 2016
Not all states will allow individuals to obtain a drivers license or state identification card with a congruent gender marker. If you are having difficulty obtaining a state identification card with the correct gender marker because of a surgery requirement or for other reason, we encourage you to obtain a US passport card. You can change the gender marker on your passport without any requirement for surgical intervention. The guide below provides an in-depth explanation of how to change the gender marker on a US passport.
US Passport Gender Change Guide – Updated November 2014 / Reviewed February 2016
Are you looking for information on how to change your gender marker with the social security administration? The social security administration no longer requires gender altering surgical procedure to take place for you to change the gender marker. The guide below provides an in-depth explanation of how to change the gender marker associated with your social security number.
Social Security Gender Change Guide – Updated November 2014 / Reviewed February 2016
The Gender Expansion Project is currently in the process of building a resource guide in which explains the World Professional Association for Transgender Health (WPATH)’s International Standards of Care, in which explains the Standards of Care by which the professionals listed within our resource guide follow by. This guide will be posted here in 2017.
For more information about WPATH and the Standards of Care, please visit their website here.