Primary care unit that welcomes, advises and supports trans* people in the processes of self-identification, self-acceptance and social visibility of their felt identity. A public health service that provides comprehensive guidance (medical, psychological and social), and adapts to each transition process in a respectful manner and without prior access requirements
- Since 2012, the service has served some 1,100 trans* people and a further 450 people among their friends and family.
- In 2017, online and telephone support was provided to 145 people from other regions without similar services.
- The initiative has inspired the future healthcare model for trans people in Catalonia, and has begun its deployment in the region (2016).
- The promoter team has advised the health departments of Navarre and the Balearic Islands, and the LGBTI services in Denmark.