The Gilbert Centre provides social and support services to empower, promote health, and celebrate the lives of people living with and affected by HIV and other sexually transmitted infections (STI) and the individuals and families from the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer (LGBTQ) communities of Simcoe Muskoka.
The GSRC is a safe(r) space where Carleton’s queer, trans, two-spirit and gender-diverse students can find support, resources, and community. We offer advocacy, programming, peer support, educational workshops (including anti-oppression), safer-space training, and more! Our work reflects the diversity within our communities, including but not limited to immigrants, people with disabilities, Muslim, Black, and Indigenous folks, and other people of colour. We offer free tampons and pads, as well as safer sex supplies. Additionally, the GSRC is home to the second-largest queer library in Ottawa with both a lending and reference section.
A group for LGBTQ+ youth every Monday from 4-5:30pm. Every week looks different from the next. Some weeks we play games, other weeks we do arts and crafts, watch movies, or sit and talk about our weeks.
Whether you’ re lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex, two-spirited, queer or questioning, YOU ARE WELCOME!!!! There is no need to call ahead. Just come with a smile and an open mind.
We are an AIDS Service Organization that services people living with, at risk of or affected by HIV/AIDS. We offer client services, harm reduction, youth programming, ACB, GBMSM, and Women centric programs
An LGBTQ+ Youth group for youth 11-25. Every week looks different than the last. From board games, discussions, "field trips", movie nights and arts and crafts.
Our program provides safe and inclusive social and recreational spaces for people from the 2SLGBTQ community to meet and form social supports through peer led and directed groups
LGBTOUT (Lesbians, Gays, Bisexuals, and Trans People of the University of Toronto) is an organization of student volunteers dedicated to providing resources and programming for LGBTQ2SA students at the University of Toronto.
We support people living with HIV by helping them access health and social services including immigration, medication, housing, mental health supports and more. We provide STI prevention materials and information about where to access testing. . We provide information and referrals to other community agencies.
We provide harm reduction services including safer injection and safer inhalation supplies. We also provide overdose response training and supply naloxone kits. Information on safer drug using and overdose prevention is also available.
Weekly Wednesday drop in from 2-5pm
office hours Monday - Friday 10-5pm harm reduction pick up
informal counselling, referrals and harm reduction supplies
1-3rd Friday Indigenous drop in 3-5pm (indigenous only participants)
2nd Tuesday of the month 3-4pm Trans/Non binary group
2nd Tuesday of the month 6-8pm Mens sexwork drop in
All are programs are for person in the sex industry