STAMFORD — Renee Reopell wants transgender and gender nonconforming teenagers and children in Connecticut to have a place to call home. Even if that home is many miles away. Reopell, who uses the pronouns they/them, has been hired as the director of a fledgling program based in Stamford called Gender, Diversity and Resilience. The program is designed to provide psychosocial and medical support to high risk young people between the ages of 10 and 18 who are transgender, non-binary or questioning the gender assigned to them at birth. Read More…
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