MGSD Centre, 331 High Street, Rochester, Medway, ME1 1DA 01634 408668

MGSD Services

MGSD Group
First Publised 02/02/2014

MGSD in partnership with local community based organisations provide access to the following services for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender & Intersex People or People Questioning their Gender or Sexuality.

  • Counselling Services
  • Individual or Group Peer Support
  • Health & Wellbeing Services
  • Rapid HIV Testing Service

All services are confidential and available to support Individuals, Partners, Family & Friends.

  • Educational Awareness Sessions

 For Public & Private Organisations, Schools, FE & HE Colleges Universities Staff & Students.

For further information Call 01634 408668 Leave a confidential message and we will contact you,

Or mailto

XESGEN Project

First Published 01/02/2014

The South East Gender Initiative (SEGI) has been working to support transgender people and promote a greater understanding of Gender Identity since 2011 continuing the work of the XESGEN project ( which began work in Medway to promote awareness of gender dysphoria back in 1993.

Based at MGSD Centre 331 High Street Rochester ME1 1DA SEGI provide a weekly peer support group for transgender people each Thursday from 5.30 to 9pm


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SEGI Opens MGSD Centre

The South East Gender Initiative opened on 31st October 2011. The organisation was formed by Hilary Cooke, Peter Moorcraft, Jacqui Alyn-Stacey, Martin Weeds, to provide support services for the Trans community. SEGI is a legacy project following on from work developed by Hilary Cooke and Peter Moorcraft for the XESGEN Project and NHS Medway Public Heath Team.

Medway Gender & Sexual Diversity Centre opens in Rochester 31st January 2014 as an umbrella organisation supporting LGBTQI groups who provide support services for the LGBTQI communities of Medway & Kent.

Current groups include:-

MGSD Health and Wellbeing Support Services

SEGI South East Gender Initiative Transgender Support Group

Medway Gay Men’s Health Project

Contact:  Tel. 01634 408668