There is no government-funded program in Texas that provides free gender reassignment surgery. However, there are a few organizations that offer financial assistance to transgender people who need help paying for surgery.

  • Point of Prideis a national organization that provides grants to transgender people for gender-affirming surgery. To be eligible, you must be 18 years of age or older, have a diagnosis of gender dysphoria, and have financial need.
  • The Transgender Surgery Fundis a program of the National Center for Transgender Equality that provides grants to transgender people in Texas for gender-affirming surgery. To be eligible, you must be a resident of Texas, have a diagnosis of gender dysphoria, and have financial need.
  • The Transgender Law Centeralso offers a limited number of grants to transgender people in Texas for gender-affirming surgery. To be eligible, you must be a resident of Texas, have a diagnosis of gender dysphoria, and have financial need.

In addition to these organizations, there are a number of other resources that may be able to help you pay for gender reassignment surgery. These include:

  • Your health insurancemay cover some or all of the cost of gender-affirming surgery. However, not all insurance plans cover this type of surgery, so you will need to check with your plan to see if you are eligible.
  • Your employermay offer health insurance that covers gender-affirming surgery. You will need to check with your employer to see if this is the case.
  • Charitiesand¬†foundations¬†that support transgender people may offer financial assistance for gender-affirming surgery. You can search online to find organizations that offer this type of assistance.
  • Crowdfundingis a way to raise money from a large group of people. You can create a crowdfunding campaign to raise money for your gender reassignment surgery.

If you are struggling to pay for gender reassignment surgery, there are a number of resources available to help you. Do not give up. There is help available.

As of my knowledge cutoff in September 2021, there are no government-funded or free gender reassignment surgery programs specifically in Texas. However, it’s important to note that healthcare policies and resources can change over time, so it’s advisable to research the most up-to-date information and available resources.

If you are seeking gender reassignment surgery and are unable to afford the procedure, there are some options to explore:

  1. Health Insurance: Check if your health insurance plan covers gender reassignment surgery. Some insurance plans may provide coverage for medically necessary procedures. Contact your insurance provider directly to inquire about their coverage policies and requirements.
  2. Nonprofit Organizations and Grants: There are nonprofit organizations that provide financial assistance and grants for gender-affirming surgeries. Research organizations and foundations that support transgender healthcare and inquire about any available resources or financial aid programs.
  3. Medicaid: If you qualify for Medicaid, it’s worth investigating whether they cover gender reassignment surgery in your state. Medicaid policies can vary, so contact your local Medicaid office or visit their website for information on coverage criteria.
  4. Local LGBTQ+ Organizations: Reach out to local LGBTQ+ organizations or support groups in your area. They may have information on resources, assistance programs, or financial aid opportunities for transgender individuals seeking gender-affirming surgeries.

It’s important to conduct thorough research, consult with healthcare professionals, and seek guidance from transgender support organizations to explore all available options and resources. They can provide specific information about resources and programs that may be applicable to your situation in Texas.