Yes. Thundermist’s behavioral health team includes licensed social workers, mental health counselors, and nurse prescribers. They provide individual and group counseling, integrated behavioral health interventions, case management, and referrals. Patients must be a Thundermist primary care patient to access Thundermist behavioral health services. If you would like more information about our program, please call
All Thundermist Health Center providers are equipped to provide quality trans and LGBQ competent care. The Trans Health Access Team providers have received more intensive training about the unique needs of the trans community within the primary care setting including the provision of hormones through the informed consent model of care.
Trans individuals seeking health care at Thundermist can contact our call center and request to see a Trans Health Access Team provider. Woonsocket: 401-767-4100 West Warwick: 401-615-2800 South County: 401-783-0523
Trans individuals can access all of the same services that Thundermist has to offer to all of our patients including Primary Care, Quick Care and Dental Services. In addition, we offer: • Informed consent based hormone therapy and monitoring • One-on-one patient education to learn to inject hormones at home • Case Management assistance with