EQuIP is a student-run, education based, LGBTQ+ initiative at Queen's University. Some of our work includes holding weekly discussions on relevant topics/issues, organizing social and political events, and doing out-reach work (i.e. educational campaigns). Our physical location in the John Deutsch University Centre (JDUC), room 342, also works as an inclusive space where folks can meet and get resources.
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We welcome you to a unique transitional housing program designed specifically to meet the needs of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, Questioning, and Two-Spirit (LGBTQ2S+) youth ages 16 to 24.
Participants can stay for one year, in addition to another year with extensions, which can mean a two year stay. Those living at the YMCA Sprott House are expected to work with staff and other participants towards increasing their independence and finding appropriate and affordable housing in the community. We have 25 rooms for 25 participants.
For more information about YMCA Sprott House - Walmer Road Centre please phone (647) 438-8383
LGBTQ* Christian Church open to all, with a place for you!
Provide support and services for gender and sexually diverse people which is informed by the needs of Two-Spirit and Indigenous LGBTQ+ individuals. Utiilize existing Indigenous community capacity to support self-defined youth and adults from a culture-based framework. Indigenous culture approach to the planning and delivery of project programs. Provide one to one support and participant based activities.
A free, weekly drop in settlement workshop, Thursdays from 4:30-7pm for newcomers, refugees and immigrants who identify as part of the LGBTQIA spectrum. Dinner included!
Through this program, you can also get access to 1 on 1 settlement support, counselling, and primary health care at Access Alliance.
HIV/AIDS, Hep C and Harm Reduction services. Our mission is to assist and support all people infected and/or affected by HIV/AIDS and/or Hepatitis C and to limit the spread of the viruses through education, outreach and treatment strategies. We service North Bay and area (from Moosonee to Parry Sound).
- Counselling and support groups to discuss any concerns related to HIV/AIDS or Hepatitis C
- Needle exchange
- Harm reduction programs
- Health kits, consultation, and vaccinations
- Education and referral to other programs as needed
A summer camp from August 6th-9th focused on LGBTQ2S+ youth and youth in LGBTQ2S+ families. This is a martial arts summer camp.
QTBIPOC Sauga is a community-driven informal meetup every third Thursday of the month in central Mississauga. Our meetups are about building connections, hanging out, sharing food and getting to know each other better. Sometimes we attend events or host special gatherings.
The Regional Warm Line is a peer-run pre-crisis phone line. Peer support workers receive training in line with the mental health commission of Canada's guidelines, but more importantly, they learn to use their own experience to support our callers through whatever challenges or concerns they are facing.