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Transgender People & Relationship Abuse: Information and Resources

Due to transphobia and its impact (violence, loss of employment, loss of loved ones), many trans people and their partners experience isolation and invisibility. This can create vulnerability to violence. Trans people who have been abused have significantly fewer services available to them, even in large cities. This brochure provides some information about relationship abuse for trans people.

This resource was developed as part of the provincial LGBT Anti-Violence Project, by BC Association of Specialized Victim Assistance and Counselling Programs & The Centre, A Community Centre Serving & Supporting Lesbian, Gay, Transgender, Bisexual People & their Allies, with funding from National Crime Prevention Centre and Victim Services Division, Ministry of Public Safety & Solicitor General.

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