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Planning for PTWC19 is underway and we expect it to be bigger and more exciting than ever!

We’re looking for workshop proposals on a diverse range of topics that appeal to a wide spectrum of transgender individuals, their families and friends, including workshops for parents and children. In addition to lecture style workshops, we highly encourage you to submit proposals for interactive workshops, panels, group discussions and “show-and-tells.”
 
We’re especially interested in presenters and workshops that give voice to Read more...

The WPATH Student Initiative (WSI) is collaborating with Philadelphia Trans Wellness Conference to organize the 5th graduate student research symposium as part of conference programming. The symposium showcases the latest research in transgender health from graduate students, post-doctoral fellows, and other advanced research trainees across a variety of academic disciplines

This event is available to all conference attendees (Professional Track and General Track.)  No CEUs are offered for the Read more...
Registration for the Philadelphia Trans Wellness Conference opens today, May 1. Now in its 17th year, the Philadelphia Trans Wellness Conference strives to educate and empower trans individuals, allies, and providers on issues of health and well-being. 

After a five-month national search, Mazzoni Center’s Board of Directors is pleased to announce the appointment of Lydia Gonzalez Sciarrino as Chief Executive Officer. Gonzalez Sciarrino will succeed Stephen A. Glassman, interim CEO.

Read the press release. 

Read Lydia Gonzalez Sciarrino's Bio Read more...

October 6, 2017
 
To Mazzoni Center Community:
 
Transition and change have been a constant here at Mazzoni Center, especially for much of this year. It is our commitment to you, our clients and staff, our supporters and partners, to provide on an ongoing, regular basis robust, consistent, and timely communications, beginning with this letter. 
 
For 38 years, Mazzoni has striven to be a safe, welcoming place, where comprehensive health and wellness services are provided in an LGBTQ-focused and supportive Read more...

Due to security restrictions around the Loews Hotel and the closure of several blocks of 12th Street tomorrow, Mazzoni Center's offices at 21 S. 12th Street and the Washington West Project at 1201 Locust Street will be CLOSED on Thursday, January 26. This means no counseling, case management, or other appointments will take place, and our evening support groups Read more...