The Transgender Center of the Rockies offers competent gender-affirming individual and group counseling. Treatment is focused on providing support for substance use and mental health concerns. Our clinicians represent a diverse approach to therapy with various training and backgrounds, all grounded in trauma-informed care and through the shared experience of being queer ourselves. Clinicians work with clients to develop treatment plans in order to work towards clients goals. For payment we take Medicaid or offer a sliding scale.
Trans & Mindful: Monday, 5:00-6:30pm
Mental health group focused on Dialectical Behavioral Therapy
Acceptance & Liberation: Wednesday, 5:00-6:30pm
Substance use group focused on Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
Gender Euphoria: Thursday, 5:00-6:00pm
Mental health group focused on gender identity and gender transition
TCR can help with the World Professional Association of Transgender Health Standard of Care (WPATH-SOC) letters required by some doctors and medical professionals prior to starting hormone replacement therapy or undergoing gender affirmation surgery.
Peer-led support groups
Peer-led support groups are an opportunity to get together with other gender-expansive individuals, socialize, form community and discuss various topics. Check our calendar for descriptions of the peer groups and meeting days/times. No payment required.
Monday: Non-Binary Group
Tuesday: Transition Group
Wednesday: Trans and Allies
Thursday: Young Adults Group
1st Thursday of the Month: SOFFA (significant other, friends and family) Group
3rd Saturday: Social Support Group
1st and 3rd Sunday: Trans-masculine Group
TCR partnered with Salud Family Health Centers to offer on-site medical evaluation for gender-affirming care with Dr. Jerrica Kirkley (she/her/hers). Services are intended for transgender and gender diverse/non-conforming/non-binary individuals of all ages and include hormone therapy, puberty blockers, letters for surgery, PrEP (Truvada for HIV prevention) and STD testing. Dr. Kirkley parks the Salud Mobile Clinic at Mile High Behavioral Healthcare, 4242 Delaware St., the first Thursday afternoon of each month. Thirty minute appointments are available (beginning times) 3–5:30pm. Scheduling an appointment is recommended as walk-ins are not guaranteed they will be seen. Call 303-761-0200 to schedule an appointment.
Medication Assisted Treatment uses various medication to help individuals with addiction. Medications offered for treatment are
The healthcare providers at Front Range Clinic have primary care backgrounds and can also assist with general medication needs.
Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis, or PrEP, is a daily medication that drastically reduces the risk of contracting HIV. Approved for use by the CDC, PrEP is available with a prescription from a physician. The Transgender Center of the Rockies partners with the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment to reach out into the LGBTQ+ communities in the Denver metro to create awareness of PreP. TCR offers a one-on-one discussion on PrEP to help individuals decide whether it part of a strategy that suits their sexual health life, as well as providing logistical assistance, connecting to care, and funding the cost of medication.
Pique Social Group
A fun and powerful program creating a safer, healthier and supportive community for Denver’s LGBTQ youth. We offer educational outreach events, special speakers and presentations, community service projects, dances, parties, game and movie nights, and more. PIQUE creates an empowering environment with the top priority of bringing people together to have a great time at drug and alcohol-free social events .