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Black Youth Helpline

Ligne de soutien téléphonique et de services pour les enfants, les jeunes, les familles, les conseils scolaires, et les organismes servant les jeunes. Des services en français sont disponibles sur demande.

Email: info@blackyouth.ca

Phone: 1-833-294-8650 (9AM – 10PM ET)

Services de crises du Canada

Les services de crises du Canada (SCC) font partie d’un réseau national de services existants de détresse, de crise et de lignes de prévention du suicide. Nous nous engageons à soutenir toute personne qui habite au Canada et qui est touchée par le suicide, de la manière la plus attentionnée et la moins intrusive possible. Le soutien téléphone en français est désormais disponible.

Téléphone gratuit, 24 heures sur 24, 7 jours sur 7 : 1-833-456-4566

Pour les résidents du Québec Téléphone gratuit, 24 heures sur 24, 7 jours sur 7 : 1-886-APPELLE (1-866-277-3553)

Jeunesse, J’écoute

Un service de soutien national offrant des conseils, des informations et des références.

appel: 1-800-668-6868 (Français/Anglais/Arabe)

Texte au: 686868

Trans Lifeline

Organisme anglophone, Trans Lifeline fournit un soutien par les pairs trans à notre communauté. Nous sommes gérés par et pour les personnes trans.

Call: 877-330-6366 (5PM – 1AM ET)

Pflag Canada

Pflag Canada is a national charitable organization, founded by parents who wished to help themselves and their family members understand and accept their LGBTQ2S children

Email: info@pflagcanada.ca

Call: 1-888-530-6777

Egale

Egale works to improve and save lives through research, education, awareness, and by advocating for human rights and equality in Canada and around the world.

The Lifeline Canada Foundation

The LifeLine Canada Foundation (also known as TLC) is a registered non-profit, committed to positive mental health and suicide prevention across Canada and Worldwide. TLC is not a crisis hotline.

Gender Creative Kids

Gender Creative Kids is a reference community organization that has supported trans, non-binary, and gender-fluid youth’s affirmation within their families, schools, and communities since 2013.

Salaam Canada

Salaam Canada is a volunteer-run national organization dedicated to creating space for people who identify as both Muslim and queer and trans.

JusticeTrans

JusticeTrans is designed to provide Two Spirit, trans, non-binary, and gender non-conforming communities in Canada with relevant and up-to-date legal information. 

Project Youth AFFIRM

Project Youth AFFIRM is an eight session, manualized intervention. It is focused on reducing depression and improving coping and sexual self-efficacy for LGBTTQQ2SA* youth and adults.

The Canadian Centre for Gender and Sexual Diversity (CCGSD)

The Canadian Centre for Gender and Sexual Diversity (CCGSD) intersectionally promotes diversity in gender identity, gender expression, and romantic and/or sexual orientation in all its forms on a national level through services in the areas of education, health, and advocacy.

LGBTQ Support Help Line

A toll free, 24-hour support/crisis line operated by Distress Centre Calgary to support LGBT/sexual minority and questioning youth.

Call: 1-877-688-4765 (1-877- OUT IS OK)

Queer Compass

Queer Compass is a centralized resource database for Individuals and Service Providers living and working within the gender and sexually diverse community. The resources contained on this site can help facilitate finding much needed services as well as aid in fostering community connection for gender and sexually diverse people.

The Centre for Newcomers – LGBTQ+ NEWCOMER SERVICES

The Centre for Newcomers offers services to the full range of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, intersex, and other sexually diverse newcomers to Canada. They provide one-on-one support services, group supports, information, referrals, settlement advice, and mental health supports.

Email: Boban Stojanovic at b.stojanovic@centrefornewcomers.ca

End of the Rainbow Foundation

The End of the Rainbow Foundation’s mission is to improve socio-economic conditions for people of diverse sexual orientations and gender identities or expressions (SOGIE) by providing innovative education, support programs, and research.

Call: (403) 262-4086

The Centre for Sexuality

The Centre for Sexuality offers a variety of LGBTQ supports and services including but not limited to, GSA supports, men’s health initiatives, and a summer camp for queer youth. They provide comprehensive and inclusive sexual health information through their training centre and they even have a professional counselor who specializes in sexuality and sexual health.

Call: 403-283-5580
Email: info@centreforsexuality.ca

Fellowship of Alberta Bears

Fellowship of Alberta Bears is a gay/queer/bi men’s registered not-for-profit society. The Fellowship of Alberta Bears is dedicated to providing a gathering space for individuals who appreciate and enjoy the brotherhood of the gay bear community. FAB is a body positive, sex positive community group.

HIV Community Link

HIV Community Link exists to support people living with, or at risk of HIV and other sexually transmitted and blood-borne infections. We educate communities, give non-judgmental support, tools and information, and offer harm reduction programs and services to populations in Calgary and Southeastern Alberta.

Email: info@hivcl.org

Skipping Stone Foundation

Skipping Stone Foundation provides support, resources, and referrals to the trans and gender creative community.

Call: (587) 333-4342
Email: info@skippingstone.ca

Trans Equality Society of Alberta (TESA)

Trans Equality Society of Alberta (TESA) engages in advocacy and education in three primary areas: government, outreach, and community development. TESA’s mission is to be a witness to and a voice for matters concerning trans Albertans.

Email: info@tesaonline.org

Camp fYrefly

Camp fYrefly is a fun, educational, social, and personal leadership retreat for queer and trans youth ages 14 – 24. Campers explore their identity, build resilience, enhance self esteem, and develop leadership skills that will positively impact their lives, homes, schools, and communities.

Calgary Outlink

Calgary Outlink is a community-based, not-for-profit charity dedicated to providing support, education, outreach, and referrals for the 2SLGBTQIA+ and allied communities in Calgary, Alberta.

Call: 403-234-8973
Peer support, resource referral, and general information phone hours: Monday – Thursday (closed on stat holidays) 10am-5pm

Calgary Queer Arts Society

Calgary Queer Arts Society is a nonprofit organization located in Calgary, Alberta that exists to give voice to queer people and their stories. They are committed to creating and sharing the narratives that shape the LGBTQ2IA+ community.

E-mail: info@calgaryqueerartssociety.com

Edmonton 2 Spirit Society

Edmonton 2 Spirit Society is an organization for 2-Spirit folks. Their mission is to re-establish and enhance traditional roles and responsibilities as Two Spirit people in Indigenous communities while creating supportive environments within all societies for contemporary Two Spirit peoples.

Mosaic Youth Group

Mosaic is a non-for-profit organization in Calgary, Alberta dedicated to giving queer-identified or allied youth a safe space.

The Gay and Lesbian Association of the Peace

The Gay and Lesbian Association of the Peace has served the LGBTQ community of greater Grande Prairie for over ten years. Through peer led support we aim to increase quality  of life for everyone through better understanding of sexual  and gender diversity.

Call: 780-518 5880
Email: infogalap@yahoo.com

Trans Care BC

Trans Care BC supports the delivery of equitable and accessible care, surgical planning, and peer and community support for trans people across the province.

Trans Health Navigation Team
Call: 1-866-999-1514 or 604-675-3647
Email: transcareteam@phsa.ca

Education Team
Email: trans.edu@phsa.ca

Dancing To Eagle Spirit Society

Dancing To Eagle Spirit Society is dedicated to the healing and empowerment of aboriginal and non-aboriginal two-spirit individuals, their friends and their allies. The society seeks to honor the dignity of the individual, building personal and community self esteem by providing emotional support and spiritual needs using traditional Native American ways and culture.

Email: info@dancingtoeaglespiritsociety.org
Call: 604-291-2202

Catherine White Holman Wellness Society

Catherine White Holman Wellness Society provides low-barrier wellness and legal services to Two-Sprit, transgender and gender non-conforming people in a way that is respectful and celebratory of clients’ identity and self-expression.

Call: (604) 442-4352
Email: contactus@cwhwc.com

UBC CampOUT

UBC CampOUT! is a leadership and learning summer camp for queer, trans, Two-Spirit, questioning, and allied youth from across BC & the Yukon. CampOUT! brings us together to learn about decolonizing, anti-racist and disability justice approaches to education and leadership from each other and from mentors in community.

Out In Schools

Out In Schools is BC’s award-winning 2SLGBTQIA+ education program. They use film and facilitated group discussion to engage youth in building safer, more inclusive communities.

Out On Screen

Out On Screen is more than just a film festival! They do year-round programming, engage youth throughout the province, and play a role in a vibrant arts ecology.

QMUNITY

QMUNITY is a non-profit organization based in Vancouver, BC that works to improve queer, trans, and Two-Spirit lives. They provide a safer space for LGBTQ2SAI+ people and their allies to fully self-express while feeling welcome and included.

Youth support inquiries:
Email: youth@qmunity.ca
Call: (604) 684-5307

Fraser Valley Youth Society

The Fraser Valley Youth Society (FVYS) is a not for profit society with a board, staff and dedicated volunteers running drop-in groups in Abbotsford, Mission and Chilliwack.

Call: 604-200-3203
Email: info@fvys.ca

Abbotsford Youth Health Centre

The Abbotsford Youth Health Centre is a place where youth can access inclusive and non judgmental health services.

Call or Text: (604) 746 3392
Email: ayhc@foundryabbotsford.ca 

Rainbow Resource Centre

Rainbow Resource Centre offers support to the 2SLGBTQ+ community in the form of counselling, education, and programming for individuals ranging from children through to 55±. It also supports families, friends, and employers of 2SLGBTQ+ individuals. The Youth Program offers 2SLGBTQ+ youth a safe, fun place to learn new skills, create projects, and celebrate identities.

Call: (204) 474-0212 or 1 (855) 437-8523

Trans Health Klinic – Klinic Community Health

The Trans Health Klinic provides care to Trans individuals 16+  years of age seeking transitioning care (hormone start and surgery) living in Manitoba. They provide care to all individuals who fall under the Transgender and/or Non-binary umbrella: inclusive of Two-spirit, Agender, Bigender, Genderqueer, Gender fluid, and more. All are welcome!

Call: (204) 784-4051 (Peer supporter)

Two-Spirited People of Manitoba Inc.

Two-Spirited People of Manitoba Inc. is a community-based organization focused on helping Indigenous LGBTQ/Two-Spirit people improve their lives. With the help of our tireless volunteers, we provide awareness workshops, advocate to prevent homophobia and transphobia, and organize community events.

Call: (204) 330-8671

Manitoba LGBT* Chamber of Commerce

The Manitoba LGBT* Chamber of Commerce exists to help build a strong Manitoba economy supported by, and supportive of, diverse communities.

Rainbow Harmony Project

Rainbow Harmony Project is a choir of LGBTQ2* community members and allies dedicated to building relationships and expressing and celebrating their diverse identities and experiences through the power of song.

Reaching Out Winnipeg

Reaching Out Winnipeg is a program that started in 2012 to promote resettlement of LGBT refugees and asylum seekers in Winnipeg and beyond.

Email: reachingoutwinnipeg@gmail.com

Sexuality Education Resource Centre MB

Sexuality Education Resource Centre MB SERC offers affirming and supportive programming for Two-Spirit, Transgender, Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Queer, Questioning (2STLGBQ+) individuals, families and friends in Brandon and Western Manitoba.

SERC WINNIPEG
Call: (204) 982-7800

SERC BRANDON
Call: (204) 727-0417

Sexual Violence New Brunswick

Sexual Violence New Brunswick (SVNB) provides information, support, and counselling to those affected by sexual violence (sexual assault, sexual harassment, child sexual abuse, and incest) and dating violence.

SUPPORT LINE IS OPEN FROM 5PM-8AM, 7 DAYS A WEEK.
Call: (506)-454-0437

AIDS New Brunswick

AIDS New Brunswick has two main focuses: the education, support, and prevention of STBBIs (sexually transmitted and bloodborne infections) and harm reduction that supports safer sex and safer drug use.

Call: 1 (800) 561-4009
Email: info@aidsnb.com

Reproductive Justice New Brunswick – RJNB | Justice Reproductive Nouveau-Brunswick

Reproductive Justice New Brunswick – RJNB | Justice Reproductive Nouveau-Brunswick is an advocacy group that is working to make New Brunswick a province where each person can decide if, when, and how to parent. We are also committed to helping all trans and gender diverse New Brunswickers have access to the social, medical, and systemic support that they need.

Email: ReproductiveJusticeNB@gmail.com

NB Transgender Health Network

The NB Transgender Health Network is an organization of health professionals with training in trans health who facilitate access to care across the province as well as educational training and resources for primary care providers. They advocate for improved services and access and maintain a service provider directory, including bilingual service providers.

Email: transgendercarenb@gmail.com

UBU Atlantic – Transgender Action Community

UBU is an organization currently serving the Atlantic Canadian transgender population and their close friends and family members throughout the transition process. They seek to affirm identities in a way that will positively influence the individual’s transition at home, school, and in the workplace.

Email: ubuatlantic@gmail.com

QT Fatties in NB

Self-described as “a grassroots collective by and for 2SLGBTQ+ fat folks in New Brunswick” this organization is offering a diverse array of services, including a gender affirming garment program, community meet ups (COVID friendly), art market, movie nights and more!

Email: qtfattiesinnb@gmail.com

Wabanaki Two-Spirit Alliance

The W2SA is a group of volunteers, researchers, academics, knowledge holders, youth and Elder Wabanaki Two-Spirits and Allies. Their mission is to represent the emotional, spiritual, mental and physical well-being and interests of Two Spirits and Indigenous LGBTQ+ individuals and groups in Wabanaki Territory (Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, Newfoundland/Labrador, Gaspé region of Quebec, and Maine (northern areas in Passamaquoddy and Penobscot Tribal territories) based on our beliefs and values in the framework within the Peace and Friendship Treaty.

Imprint Youth Association

Imprint Youth Association Inc. is a Fredericton-based registered non-profit that supports LGBTQIA2S+ youth and young adults in their efforts to build a vibrant and engaged community. They offer educational sessions for allies, drop-in sessions for youth, and an annual pride prom.

Email: imprintyouthfredericton@gmail.com

Fredericton Gender Minorities

Fredericton Gender Minorities is a group aimed at creating a safer space for trans and gender-non-conforming people to discuss issues that impact us directly and to form meaningful relationships with people who share our experiences.

Email: frederictongenderminorities@gmail.com

Monarch Café

Monarch Café is a combination community centre, nightclub and café in Fredericton that offers a combination of drop-in, all ages spaces during the day, and licensed service, shows, and events during the evening. It offers a safe space to 2SLGBTQIA+ folks. Events include drag events, all-ages dances, and sex-ed classes.

Email: monarchnightclub@gmail.com

Chroma NB

Chroma: Pride, Inclusion, Equality Inc. is a community organization focusing on advocating for 2SLGBTQIA+ people in the Saint John Region. They promote inclusion through our programs and services, and address community needs including basic human rights, employment equality, health and well-being, and housing in collaboration with our local community partners.

Email: query@chromanb.ca

Acadie Love

Le Rendez-vous de la fierté Acadie Love veut célébrer la diversité par le biais d’activités culturelles comprenant un volet éducatif. Nous avons pour mission de promouvoir l’inclusion, la solidarité et la sensibilisation à la communauté 2ELGBTQIA+.

Call: (506) 702-5683
Email: info@acadielove.ca

Ensemble

Safe spaces offers a weekly drop in for 2SLGBTQIA+ youth (ages 13-18) and their friends in Moncton, where they can socialize, make crafts, play games, have group discussions, watch movies, etc in a positive environment that celebrates diversity. Follows the school calendar, so when there is no school there is no drop-in (holidays, storms, summer break etc.

Call: 506-859-9616
Email: general@ensemblegm.ca

2SLGBTQIA+ Warm Line

Planned Parenthood NL’s 2SLGBTQIA+ Warm Line is a peer support service run by and for 2SLGBTQIA+ people in Newfoundland and Labrador. If you need someone to talk to, call us and we will do our best to support you and provide you resources.

Call or Text: 1-866-230-8041

Planned Parenthood – NL Sexual Health Centre

Planned Parenthood Newfoundland and Labrador Sexual Health Centre is a non-profit charitable organization that promotes positive sexual health and 2SLGBTQIA+  inclusion through education, community partnership, information and services within an environment that supports and respects individual choice.

Call: (709) 579-1009 or 1-877-NO-MYTHS (666-9847)

Newfoundland & Labrador Sexual Assault Crisis & Prevention Centre

Newfoundland & Labrador Sexual Assault Crisis & Prevention Centre are a non-profit, community-based, charitable organization that exists to support individuals of all genders who have been impacted by sexual violence. They also operate a 24 hour crisis and information line.

Call: 1-800-726-2743

Safe Alliance

Safe Alliance provides support & resources to individuals regarding two spirit, lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, questioning, plus (2SLGBTQQ+) issues, while raising awareness throughout Labrador on issues relating to homophobia, transphobia & heterosexism.

Wabanaki Two-Spirit Alliance

Wabanaki Two-Spirit Alliance are a group of volunteers, researchers, academics, knowledge holders, youth and Elders Wabanaki Two-Spirits and Allies (directly related to W2SA interests). They represent the emotional, spiritual, mental and physical well-being and interests of Two Spirits and Indigenous LGBTQ+ individuals and groups in Wabanaki Territory (Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, Newfoundland/Labrador, Gaspé region of Quebec, and Maine (northern areas in Passamaquoddy and Penobscot Tribal territories) based on our beliefs and values in the framework within the Peace and Friendship Treaty.

Rainbow Coalition of Yellowknife

Rainbow Coalition of Yellowknife (formerly It Gets Better Yellowknife) is an outreach organization to support queer youth and their allies in Yellowknife. As an organization, we strive to make Yellowknife a safer, more open, more knowledgeable place for all LGBTQ2S+ youth, their families and their allies.

Call: 867-444-7295
Email: info@rainbowcoalitionyk.org

Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender and Queer – LGBTQ Community in the Arctic

Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender and Queer – LGBTQ Community in the Arctic is a page to promote and support the LGBTQ community of the North/Arctic.

2SLGBTQIA+ COVID-19 Resource Guide

The resource guide from the Nova Scotia Health Authority has information on how organizations are offering services during the pandemic, and other important information and resources to support mental, physical and emotional health at this challenging time.

Provincial Mental Health and Addictions Crisis Line

The Provincial Mental Health and Addictions Crisis Line provides crisis intervention for children, youth and adults experiencing a mental health crisis or mental distress.

Call: 1-888-429-8167

prideHealth

prideHealth works to improve access to health services which are safe, coordinated, comprehensive, and culturally appropriate for people who are two-spirit, lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, intersex, asexual (members of the 2SLGBTQIA+ community).

Call: 902-487-0470
Email: prideHealth@nshealth.ca

Nova Scotia Rainbow Action Project

The Nova Scotia Rainbow Action Project (NSRAP) seeks equity, justice, and human rights for 2SLGBTQIA+ people in Nova Scotia. We will achieve this through building community and developing strong networks outside of the community in addition to public outreach, education, and political action.

E-mail: nsrap@nsrap.ca

Youth Project

The Youth Project is a non-profit charitable organization dedicated to providing support and services to youth, 25 and under, around issues of sexual orientation and gender identity. They provide a variety of programs and services including support groups, referrals, supportive counselling, a resource library, educational workshops, social activities.

Call: (902) 429-5429
Email: carmel@youthproject.ns.ca

Wabanaki Two-Spirit Alliance

Wabanaki Two-Spirit Alliance are a group of volunteers, researchers, academics, knowledge holders, youth and Elders Wabanaki Two-Spirits and Allies (directly related to W2SA interests). They represent the emotional, spiritual, mental and physical well-being and interests of Two Spirits and Indigenous LGBTQ+ individuals and groups in Wabanaki Territory (Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, Newfoundland/Labrador, Gaspé region of Quebec, and Maine (northern areas in Passamaquoddy and Penobscot Tribal territories) based on our beliefs and values in the framework within the Peace and Friendship Treaty.

Transgender/Gender-Affirming Health – Halifax Sexual Health Centre

The mission of Halifax Sexual Health Centre is to improve and optimize the sexual health of all members of our community, by providing high quality and caring services, and empowering clients to make healthy choices. HSHC can help with any aspect of a person’s transition, including the MSI approval process and surgical arrangements.

Call: 902-455-9656 ext. 0

South House

The South House (SoHo) is Halifax’s only full time gender justice centre. We are a volunteer driven, student funded, gender inclusive safe space for ALL members of our community.

Email: outreach@southhousehalifax.ca

Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender and Queer – LGBTQ Community in the Arctic

Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender and Queer – LGBTQ Community in the Arctic is a page to promote and support the LGBTQ community of the North/Arctic.

LGBT YouthLine

A queer, trans, Two-Spirit youth-led organization supporting and affirming the experiences of 2SLGBTQ+ youth across Ontario by providing training, referrals, resources, and anonymous peer support.

Call: 1-800-268-9688
Text: 647-694-4275

Rainbow Health Ontario

Rainbow Health Ontario creates opportunities for the healthcare system to better serve LGBT2SQ communities.

Email: info@rainbowhealthontario.ca

LGBT2SQ Health – Sherbourne Health

Sherbourne offers a wide range of primary healthcare programs and services to lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, two-spirited, intersex, queer or questioning individuals. Our goal is to provide dignified, non-judgmental services to help clients feel better, cope better with day-to-day challenges and address specific LGBT2SQ health issues.

Email: info@sherbourne.on.ca
Call: 416-324-4100

Supporting Our Youth (SOY)

Supporting Our Youth (SOY) is an innovative community development program of Sherbourne Health. SOY works to support the health and well-being of all queer and trans spectrum youth 29 years old and under through our groups, programs and events and by providing one-on-one support.

Call: 416-324-5077
Email: soy@sherbourne.on.ca

2-Spirited People of the 1st Nations

2-Spirited People of the 1st Nations provides prevention education and support for 2-Spirit, including First Nations, metis and Inuit people living with or at risk for HIV and related co-infections in the Greater Toronto Area. They base their work on indigenous philosophies of wholistic health and wellness.

Call: (416)944-9300

2 Spirits in Motion Society

2 Spirits in Motion Society works to create, maintain, and strengthen a safe and supportive environment for 2 Spirit people to express themselves through cultural ways of knowing and being around gender and sexuality; and to succeed and be empowered in all areas that are grounded in the medicines that 2 Spirit people carry.

Aces & Aros

Aces and Aros is a virtual hub which serves to connect folks to communities, events and provides educational and support resources while keeping them up to date with what’s happening in the Aces & Aros movement.

The 519

Une agence torontoise qui offre des services de counselling, des ressources pour les parents queer, des groupes pour l’affirmation identitaire, une programmation pour les personnes trans, et bien plus pour la communauté LGBTQ2S. Certains services et programmes sont offerts en anglais, en français et en espagnol.

Email: info@The519.org
Phone: 416-392-6874

Ten Oaks Project

The Ten Oaks Project is a charitable, volunteer-driven organization that engages and connects children and youth from 2SLGBTQ+ (two spirit, lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, queer) identities, families, and communities.

Griffin Centre

Griffin Centre is an accredited, charitable, multi-service, mental health agency providing flexible and accessible services to children, youth, transitional-aged youth, adults and their families.

Call: 416-222-1153
Email: contact@griffincentre.org

reachOUT

reachOUT is a creative, inclusive & accessible program for lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, two-spirit, non-binary, queer and questioning (LGBT*) people in Toronto. In particular, we recognize the needs of youth and adults who experience multiple oppressions and work to create spaces with and for people who are traditionally excluded from mainstream services, including trans, two-spirit, newcomers, people of colour and disabled folks.

Email: reachOUT@griffincentre.org
Call: 416-222-1153

Triangle Program

The Triangle Program is a high school that hosts wonderful LGBTQ2+ youth who are in need of a smaller and safer space where they can find and build community. We strive to reflect our students’ experiences in an LGBTQ2+ and social justice-focused curriculum.

Call: 416-393-9830
Email: TriangleProgramOasis@tdsb.on.ca

Asian Community AIDS Services

Asian Community AIDS Services (ACAS) is a charitable, non-profit, community-based organization located in Toronto, Canada. We provide safer sex education and services to the East and Southeast Asian communities and support services to persons living with HIV/AIDS and members of the LGBTQ communities.

Call: 416-963-4300
Email: info@acas.org

Queer Asian Youth

ACAS’ Youth Program for East and Southeast Asians aged 16-29 strives to increase education, opportunities, support and resiliency skills (being able to bounce back from adversity) for Asian youth in Toronto in dealing with the various social/health challenges and questions of being LGBTQ+ and of other genders or sexualities.

Email: youth@acas.org
Call: 416 963-4300 ext 229

Kind Space

Kind Space is committed to providing Ottawa – located on unceded Algonquin territory, accessible resources, events, social, and educational programming to celebrate and support people of all sexual orientations, gender identities and expressions.

Email: hello@kindspace.ca
Call: 613-563-4818

OK2BME

OK2BME is a set of free, supportive services for 2SLGBTQIA+ identified children, teens and their families in Waterloo Region. The OK2BME program consists of three unique areas including confidential counselling services (in person, or online), OK2BME Youth Groups for individuals 12-18, as well as public education, consulting and training around 2SLGBTQIA+ issues.

Call: 519-884-0000
Email: ok2bme@kwcounselling.com

SPECTRUM

SPECTRUM is an organization that serves, affirms, and supports the well-being of 2SLGBTQ+ individuals in Waterloo Region and the broader community through peer support, community partnerships, education and training, resources, and events.

Call: 226 779-9695
Email: info@ourspectrum.com

Waterloo Region Rainbow Coalition

Waterloo Region Rainbow Coalition (WRRC) is a volunteer-based community organization that is committed to building a unified voice for gender and sexual diversity for people of all ages in Waterloo Region. We promote sustainable opportunities for advocacy, awareness, education and community-building that are respectful of the diverse interests within the Rainbow community.

Email: yourwrrc@gmail.com

Positive Space Network

The Positive Space Network builds community and creates safer spaces for 2SLGBTQ+ youth ages 6-24 in Halton Region by creating youth-focused programming, providing mental health support and cultivating community partnerships.

Email: joannal@rockonline.ca
Call: (905)-320-0740

Rainbow Youth – PARN

The Rainbow Youth Program works to make lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, 2-spirit, queer and questioning (LGBTQ+) youth feel safe, included, and empowered in Peterborough and the four counties. We give LGBTQ+ youth the space to be themselves and the tools to lead positive change in their schools, peer groups, and community.

Call: 705-749-9110 or 1-800-361-2895

Out on the Shelf

Out on the Shelf is a not-for-profit organization in Guelph, ON. We offer services to the LGBTQ2IA+ community of Guelph and Wellington, host a queer library and resource centre, and run various monthly programming.

Email: info@outontheshelf.com

Youth – ACCKWA

ACCKWA’s Youth Sexual Health Department offers education and outreach services to youth in Waterloo Region. Our programming aims to empower youth to manage their sexual health by developing skills, increasing self-efficacy, and improving access to resources. We provide free workshops for youth as well as for parents, educators, and service providers who work with youth. We also do one-on-one risk reduction counseling, and outreach at local events, on social media, and via text.

Text: 519-569-9521
Email: yshag.wr@gmail.com

Transgender Niagara

Transgender Niagara is a Trans* peer support group located in St. Catharines, Ontario. Our primary purpose is to provide the Trans* community in the Niagara region with access to information, resources, and the companionship of others like ourselves.

Email: mctigue.colleen@gmail.com

2SLGBTQI+ Around the Rainbow – Family Services Ottawa

Around the Rainbow provides education, counselling and support services to 2SLGBTQI+ families and individuals. Their objective is always to improve 2SLGBTQI+ inclusion in all environments.

Call: 613-725-3601 ext. 105

P.E.E.R.S Alliance

PEERS Alliance supports those living with and at risk for HIV, Hep C, and all sexually transmitted infections in PEI by offering a variety of programs and services targeted to diverse communities. The PEI Queer Youth Collective is open to two-spirit, lesbian, gay, bisexual, pansexual, trans, queer, questioning, and allies of 2SLGBTQ+ youth (≤18).

Email: info@peersalliance.ca
Call: +1(902) 566-2437

Wabanaki Two-Spirit Alliance

The W2SA is a group of volunteers, researchers, academics, knowledge holders, youth and Elder Wabanaki Two-Spirits and Allies. Their mission is to represent the emotional, spiritual, mental and physical well-being and interests of Two Spirits and Indigenous LGBTQ+ individuals and groups in Wabanaki Territory (Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, Newfoundland/Labrador, Gaspé region of Quebec, and Maine (northern areas in Passamaquoddy and Penobscot Tribal territories) based on our beliefs and values in the framework within the Peace and Friendship Treaty.

Interligne

Interligne est un organisme de première ligne qui, par ses services d’écoute, d’intervention et de sensibilisation, contribue au mieux-être des personnes concernées par la diversité sexuelle et la pluralité des genres.

Call or Text: 1 888 505-1010
Email: aide@interligne.co

Tel-jeunes

Tel-jeunes is a confidential bilingual 24 hours/ 7 days a week call, text (8am-10:30pm), email, and chat hotline for youth.

Call: 514 288-1444

Action Santé Travesti(e)s et Transsexuel(le)s du Québec (ASTT(e)Q)

ASTT(e)Q aims to promote the health and well-being of trans people through peer support and advocacy, education and outreach, and community empowerment and mobilization.

Email: info@astteq.org
Call: 514-847-0067 x207

LGBTQ2+ CENTRE

The West Island LGBTQ2+ Centre is the only LGBTQ2+ resource in the West Island region of Montreal. The Centre has a series of programs that cater to different demographics within the community.

Call: 514-794-5428
Email: info@lgbtq2centre.com

SextEd

SextEd is Montreal’s free, confidential texting helpline for questions about sexual health or dating. Just text a question to 514 700-4411 and you’ll get an answer within 24 hours!

Text: 514 700-4411

Project 10

Project 10 is a meeting place and advocate for lesbian, gay, bisexual, intersex, queer, trans, two-spirit, and questioning youth in Montréal, QC.

Call or Text: 514-989-4585

Centre for Gender Advocacy

The Centre for Gender Advocacy (the Centre) is an independent, student-funded, Concordia University organization, mandated to promoting gender equality and empowerment particularly as it relates to marginalized communities. This mandate is achieved through ongoing programming, campaigns, resources, services, advocacy, and a commitment to accessibility.

Jeunes Queer Youth

Jeunes Queer Youth est un programme de santé sexuelle qui est par et pour les jeunes trans et queer! Nous offrons un soutien et finançons des projets sous 3 tiers différents; 500$, 1000$ et 1500$ qui sont consacrés à la santé et au bien-être de notre communauté.

Email: jqy@rezosante.org
Call: 438-824-2172

Trans Outaouais

Trans Outaouais est un organisme à but non-lucratif dont la mission est de promouvoir le développement de relations harmonieuses au sein de la communauté LGBTQIA2S+ et de favoriser l’inclusion et l’épanouissement des personnes transidentitaires, ainsi que toutes les autres intersections. Nous offrons des services qui favorisent le dialogue, l’échange et le bris de l’isolement tout en sensibilisant la population générale.

Email: info@transoutaouais.com
Call: 1-888-872-6707 or 1-888-TRANS-07

Divergenres

Divergenres est un organisme à but non lucratif qui a pour mission d’éduquer la population sur les réalités et les enjeux qui touchent la pluralité des genres, d’offrir des services d’accompagnement aux personnes en questionnement sur leur identité de genre ou en transition et d’offrir des espaces bienveillants et accessibles aux personnes trans, non-binaires, queers et non conformes dans le genre.

Email: divergenres@gmail.com
Call: 418-520-4564

Divers-Gens

Divers-Gens est un organisme d’action et un réseau d’entraide qui offre du soutien individuel et de groupe, ainsi que des activités éducatives, préventives et de lutte. Il vise à soutenir les jeunes (14-25 ans) 2SLGBPTQIA+, en questionnement, ainsi que leur entourage immédiat, résidant sur le territoire de la MRC de la Haute-Yamaska et Brome-Missisquoi.

Call or Text: (579) 488-8004
Email: info@diversgens.org

TransEstrie

TransEstrie a pour mission principale de soutenir les communautés trans et non-binaires de l’Estrie en créant des services qui leur sont destinés et en représentant leurs intérêts auprès des institutions, organismes et établissements de l’Estrie afin que leurs services soient adaptés aux réalités trans et non-binaires.

Email: info@transestrie.org or services@transestrie.org
Call or Text: 873-552-1289

AlterHéros

AlterHéros est un organisme communautaire à but non lucratif dont le siège social est à Montréal, au Québec, Canada. La mission d’AlterHéros est de favoriser l’épanouissement des individus par rapport à leur orientation sexuelle, leur identité de genre, leur expression de genre et leur sexualité. Si nos services sont principalement axés vers les jeunes de 14 à 30 ans et développés pour elleux, ils sont tout de même offerts à l’ensemble de la population.

Call: 438-830-HERO (4376)
Email: info@alterheros.com or dg@alterheros.com

Helem Montreal

Helem Montreal aims to fight homophobia within the Arabic-speaking community of Montreal by promoting the visibility of LGBTQ people.

Email: info@montrealhelem.org

TransSask Support Services

TransSask Support Services is a province wide non-profit organization that supports and acts as a resource network for trans-identified, genderqueer, intersex and gender non-conforming individuals, their spouses, family, friends, and allies.

Email: info@transsask.ca

Camp fYrefly SK

Camp fYrefly Saskatchewan is an educational, social, artistic and personal learning retreat for gender and sexually diverse youth (Two spirit, lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer) and allied youth. Camp is designed for youth between the ages of 14 and 24.

OUTSaskatoon

OUTSaskatoon provides support services, youth housing, and education and research services through a harm reduction, culturally informed, equity-seeking, and community-based approach.

Call: 1-306-665-1224
Email: hello@outsaskatoon.ca

UR Pride Centre

The UR Pride Centre for Sexuality and Gender Diversity is a non-profit service provider housed at the University of Regina. UR Pride provides services and programming for the entire community of Regina, not just for the University of Regina, offering youth groups, community gatherings, and fundraisers for 2SLGBTQ+ people at large.

Call: 306-519-4733
Email: contactus@urpride.ca

Gay & Lesbian Community of Regina

Q Nightclub & Lounge is community owned and operated by the non-profit Gay & Lesbian Community of Regina, Inc. (GLCR).

Call: 306) 569-1995
Email: glcr@sasktel.net

Queer Yukon Society

Queer Yukon Society supports, promotes, and organizes events for the 2SLGBTQIA+ community and our allies in Whitehorse, Yukon.

Email: INFO@QUEERYUKON.COM

Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender and Queer – LGBTQ Community in the Arctic

Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender and Queer – LGBTQ Community in the Arctic is a page to promote and support the LGBTQ community of the North/Arctic.

UBC CampOUT

UBC CampOUT! is a leadership and learning summer camp for queer, trans, Two-Spirit, questioning, and allied youth from across BC & the Yukon. CampOUT! brings us together to learn about decolonizing, anti-racist and disability justice approaches to education and leadership from each other and from mentors in community.

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