The Gender Centre is Moving!

The Gender Centre is Moving!

This week The Gender Centre, our Wellington transgender community drop in, is moving out of 128 Abel Smith street, and in to 130 Riddiford street in Newtown.

Our new venue will be up and running this week for our regular drop in Wednesday and Thursday, 10am till 5pm.

Sea and Stone IPL clinic will still be on Wednesdays as usual, and Wellington Transgender Legal Clinic will still be on every 2nd and 4th Thursday of the month, and Raw Sugar will still be on the first Saturday each month from 4pm – 8pm, though our first Raw Sugar (July) might be a bit random as we get set up.

How to get there

To enter the new gender centre, go inside Aunty Dana’s Op Shop (up 2 steps with a hand rail), then through the store to the back door. Follow the signs up the internal staircase (about 20 steps with a hand rail). At the top of the stairs, The Gender Centre is on the left.

We have prioritised building a mobility ramp for the front door, which is currently being designed by builders, and purchased a second-hand Stannah Stairlift for the interior staircase, so while it’s NOT currently mobility accessible, it will be ASAP.

There is an all-genders bathroom with mobility support rail at the bottom of the stairs, and there is tube lighting throughout which we suspect is fluorescent,  but this can be turned off as there’s plenty of natural light and a lamp if needed.

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Wellington transgender legal clinic

Wellington transgender legal clinic

We have an excellent understanding of the Human Rights Act, employment law, and many other areas of the law as it relates to transgender people.

Speak with us about any issues you are having, and we can assist you in working out what your options are.

If you need a Justice of the Peace to witness your documents or for other reasons, we have one every Wednesday afternoon who you can talk with.

If you need a lawyer, we can refer you to speak with an experienced lawyer for free at Community Law Wellington and Hutt Valley.

Call, email, or visit us during drop in hours, and receive info on any type of legal issue – from human rights, employment, custody, and family issues, to trouble with the criminal justice system, and more.

See our calendar for drop in hours.

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