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Whitman Walker Health Services is launching a new program this month to help people undergoing gender reassignment.

The clinic will provide an opportunity for clients to meet one-on-one with trained attorneys, and receive counseling and assistance with name every other month, and gender change processes. This includes name changes on driver's licenses, passports, birth certificates, and other identity documents and public records.

Whitman Walker will be working with trans-legal advocates of Washington in providing this service.

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