Someone Cares, Inc. is gearing up to present the 6th annual National Trans Health Conference at the Courtland Grand Hotel in downtown Atlanta, Georgia, November 16-18, 2023. Save the date and prepare to be a part of celebrating a holistic well-being approach to Mental Hygiene, Body and Health – The Transgender Experience. We see trans, we hear about trans — the conference central focus it to provide a safe space to hear from trans voices. This educational packed two-day inclusive experience will comprise workshops, poster presentations, plenary speakers, an opening reception, exhibit hall and life changing interactions that benefit Trans lives.

Someone Cares, Inc.,, is a nonprofit 501 (c) (3) community-based organization headquartered in Marietta, Georgia with a satellite agency in Jacksonville, Florida. “As we continue adapting to change on a local and national level, it is important for us to cause and bring about a continual awareness to the ongoing political and social barriers in the struggle for Trans persons to enjoy full equality where they live and learn. Additionally, the conference provides an opportunity to explore, through dialogue and education, the best practices that benefit Trans lives on a holistically,” shared Ronnie E. Bass, Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Someone Cares, Inc.

As the largest Transgender servicing organization in the Southeastern United States, Someone Cares R.E.A.L. /T. (Reaching, Educating, Assisting, and Liberating Trans) program is created to assist the Trans community in gaining respect in a society that has written them off. The program provides a safe space to empower them to seek higher education, job placement, housing, skill building, physical and mental health, as well as meeting them where they are in life.

Join us as we convene in an atmosphere of love and acceptance. We know that Gilead Sciences shares our commitment in assisting the holistic well-being of Trans individuals and confronting health inequities faced by the transgender community. Someone Cares realizes that we must continue to have provocative dialogue if we are to be congruent with our mission to empower the LGBTQ community and underserved populations at risk for or living with HIV/AIDS and other health disparities. The Conference allows us to augment our programs financially through comprehensive support services to assist the Trans demographic in taking control of their lives and making sound health decisions.