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Transgender Inclusion within Drug and Alcohol Services – survey closing on 18th March

The Scottish Transgender Alliance are conducting some research in partnership with North Ayrshire Alcohol and Drug Partnership to inform work on projects relating to transgender inclusion within recovery and addiction services. The survey is open to all transgender people in Scotland. We use trans as an umbrella term for all people whose gender identity or gender expression is different to the one assigned to them at birth, including trans men, trans women, non-binary people, and cross dressing people.

The survey aims to inform work on projects relating to transgender inclusion within recovery and addiction services.

Click here to take the survey

 

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The aim of the survey is to explore how (trans) gender expression or identity influences access to, or continuing provision of, specialist alcohol or drug services. Findings from the survey will be used to generate trans-inclusive good practice guidelines for recovery and addiction services.

The survey will ask you about your alcohol or other drug use, as well as your experiences of or concerns about specialist recovery and addiction services as a trans person.

All responses are confidential, and any information used from your answers will be anonymised.

The Scottish Transgender Alliance researchers conducting this survey are Oceana Maund and Vic Valentine. For more information about the survey, or to request it in a paper format, please get in touch with the Scottish Transgender Alliance by calling 0131 467 6039 or email vic@equality-network.org

You can download a single-sided A4 Poster to print and display: A4 Poster

You can download a double-sided A5 flyer to print and disseminate: A5 Flyer