Recorded in February 2017 Transcribed by Danni Green FORGE 2017
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Whatever your gender identity, you have the right to access help.
Trans survivors of domestic violence and sexual violence have the same right to quality services as non-transgender survivors.
In honor of Mental Health Awareness Month (#MHAM2019) and #TransMentalHealth, learn more about these rights in our publication: forge-forward.org/2015/08/28/know-your-rights-vawa/
[Image: A photo of a person with shoulder length curly-hair and light brown skin sitting on a couch, leaning forward. Their facial expression is focused and possibly concerned, and they are sitting across from another person with short hair who is also leaning forward. The camera sees the back of the short-haired person’s head, which is out-of-focus. All-caps sans serif font is overlaid on the image that says “you have the right to access help” in red and white. Along the bottom of the image is a translucent white banner that has in it the FORGE logo, “#TransMentalHealth,” and a small icon of a silhouetted head, with the trans colors (pink, blue, and white) inside in the shape of a brain.] ... See MoreSee Less