As Austin’s first PrEP clinic, the Kind Clinic offers PrEP, PEP, STI testing, STI treatment, gender-care, and medication access services at no or low cost to patients. 91% of our patients identify as either LGBTQ+ or TGNC (transgender/gender non-conforming), and we have helped more than 1,577 patients access PrEP and 102 access PEP for HIV […]
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Texas Health Action (THA), an Austin non-profit organization that promotes sexual wellness, announced today the opening of its new Kind Clinic location at 1101 West 40th Street. The Kind Clinic is a full-service sexual health and wellness clinic dedicated to the treatment and prevention of sexually transmitted infections, including access to the HIV prevention drugs […]
Last week Texas Health Action (THA), an Austin non-profit organization that promotes sexual wellness, opened the doors of its new Kind Clinic location at 1101 West 40th Street. The Kind Clinic is a full-service sexual health and wellness clinic dedicated to the treatment and prevention of sexually transmitted infections, including access to the HIV prevention […]
Here at Kind Clinic, “Kindness for All” has become our mantra. It’s hard to ignore the political landscape that affects so many of our patients, and with bathroom bills and barriers to medical care we are committed to meeting the needs our patients now more than ever. Waiting lists for PrEP and gender care services are […]
By: Alexandra Zavis | Contact Reporter When the Kind Clinic began offering free or low-cost hormone therapy for transgender people in March, word spread quickly here. Within days, the service was booked up until the end of June. Now the next available appointment is in December. For the patients flocking to the clinic north of downtown — […]
In March, the Kind Clinic in Austin, Texas, launched a pilot program offering free and accessible gender-affirming care to the city’s transgender and gender nonconforming population.
Members of the LGBTQ community say health professionals need to respond to the wishes of transgender patients when providing care.
After the State Committee passed what critics call the “Bathroom Bill,” a local clinic wants Austinites to know they are offering the first specialized care for the transgender community in Central Texas.
As state lawmakers engage in a vitriolic debate about which bathrooms transgender people can use, a Central Texas nonprofit is opening the region’s first transgender care clinic in Austin. The nonprofit Kind Clinic, in a medical complex near 30th Street and Interstate 35, will provide free services such as hormone therapy specifically for people who […]
A recent UCLA’s Williams Institute study shows that Texas has the second-largest transgender population in the country.