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Community Group, Education/Workshops

An art community focused on 2SQTBIPOC creatives in Tkarón:to (Toronto) and the GTA

Toronto, ON
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Addictions/Harm Reduction, Community Group, Drop-in/Support Group, Education/Workshops, Health Services, Mental Health, Newcomer/Refugee Support, Sexual Health, Sports and Fitness

Provides primary healthcare to the residents of Niagara Falls along with health promotion programs and community development services. Patients have access to family physicians, nurse practitioners, registered nurses, a dietitian and social workers. There is also a Health Promotion team that provides community programs and outreach support. Open to the community.

Services include:
* Primary Health Care Services
* Counselling
* Health Promotion Programs
* Outreach support
* Youth Outreach Services and Programs
* Caring For My COPD program
* Birth Certificate Clinic
* Smoking cessation support - individual and group support

NFCHC runs an LGBTQ+ Youth Group from September to June, Mondays 4-5:30pm. Other LGBTQ+ Youth Events throughout the summer as well.

4790 Victoria Avenue
Niagara Falls, ON L2E 4C2
Phone: 9053564222
info@nfchc.ca
Community Group, Drop-in/Support Group

Rainbow West is a safe and welcoming drop-in space for LGBTQ2S+ youth in West Toronto. Through this program, we seek to deliver regular peer-driven activities including social events, workshops, and trips to queer and trans youth in the area. The drop-in sessions are held on a bi-weekly basis from July 17th onwards from 4:30 - 6:30 PM.

1541 Jane Street (Jane Street Hub)
Toronto, ON M9N 2R3
Community Group

Toronto Gaymers welcome all LGBTQ+ and allied geeks and gamers. We are primarily a social group providing inclusive safe spaces for gaming (tabletop, board, card, PC, console) as well as related culture expression (cosplay, anime, pride). We strengthen local community and commercial relationships via our events including cafe and pub socials, conventions, outreach events, and much more!

Toronto, ON
Phone: 6472355454
Drop-in/Support Group, Education/Workshops, Mental Health, Newcomer/Refugee Support

reachOUT is a creative, inclusive & accessible program for lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, two-spirit, gender nonconforming and queer (LGBTTGNCQ) people in the Greater Toronto Area. 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 people of colour, trans, two-spirit and gender nonconforming people, and disabled people. We are committed to social justice, community building, education and advocacy to increase access, visibility and to strengthen our communities. As part of equitable representation, our staff team reflects the diversity of our queer, trans, two-spirit and gender non-conforming communities with the majority of our team members identifying as Black, Indigenous and people of colour. We offer:
•Individual and family counselling for youth 12-18
•Consultation and training to service providers and external agencies
•Accessible workshops
•Drop-in groups
•Outreach services
•Advocacy
•Arts programming
•Sports and recreational activities

1126 Finch Ave West, Unit 16
Toronto, ON M3J 3J6
Phone: 416-738-1322.
Drop-in/Support Group

OQRA is a social and informal support group for QTBIPOC. OQRA offers the chance to connect with other racialized LQBTQIA2+ folks in a private and empowering community setting where confidentiality is valued. If you are looking for community please contact to a staff member at The SPACE for more information!

24 Main St. West
Hamilton, ON L8P1H2
Phone: 905-524-2222
Community Group, Drop-in/Support Group

If you are between the ages of 9 and 17 and identify as LGBTQ2IA+, then this program was created just for you! You get to hang out with an adult mentor who also identifies as LGBTQ2IA+. Your mentor can walk beside you as you achieve your goals in life, overcome challenges, try new things, and have fun. Your mentor will understand what it means to be LGBTQ2IA+ and will support you and celebrate your wonderful self!

You will get to hang out with your mentor for 2-4 hours once a week, every week. During your hang outs, you and your mentor can engage in fun activities that you both enjoy. These activities could include going to the movies, playing board games, going to Pride events, skating, hiking, video games and/or whatever you both enjoy.

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Addictions/Harm Reduction, Drop-in/Support Group, Mental Health, Phone/Chat/Text Line, Sexual Health, Sexual Violence/Abuse (GBV/VAW), Sex Work

We provide free, confidential, and non-judgemental 24 hour support to all survivors of violence including female-identified, male-identified, and members of the transgender community. We advocate against violence in the community at large and promote prevention through community education.

Free individual and group counselling, and a 24 hour crisis line

1515 Rebecca St. Suite 227
Oakville, ON L6L 5G8
Phone: 9058253622
Legal Support

The Queer Justice Project is designed to address unmet legal needs of the LGBTQ+ and Two Spirit [‘queer’] community in Hamilton. It serves as a resource for education, system navigation, and access to justice for queer people. This is a francophone project that has an accompanying English component, and centres the experience of community members living in the margins and intersections. This includes queer newcomers, queer people with disabilities, queer street workers, queer people of colour and Two Spirit people. This community historically and presently has experienced the law as a tool of oppression, and this project aims to educate how the law can be wielded in an empowering way.

The queer community faces disproportionate legal burdens and challenges and the Queer Justice Project works to address this issues. These can include identity document changes (including modifying Indian status cards), intimate partner violence, human rights abuses and discrimination. Further, it is not unusual for members of the queer community to experience legal problems tied to their gender and sexual identity. These can include issues relating to housing, employment, family, immigration and refugee claims, criminal charges and end of life planning.

The project employs three strategies to support queer people in Hamilton:

Training for community groups, service providers and legal workers
Public legal education that is culturally sensitive and delivered with accessibility and creativity in mind
Informed and direct legal support and services for disadvantaged queer clients

100 Main Street East, Suite 203
Hamilton, ON L8N 3W4
Phone: 905-527-4572
Drop-in/Support Group

The LGBTQ+ Resource Centre works to promote safer, braver, positive spaces at Humber College and offers a dedicated space at both the North and Lakeshore Campuses for folks to connect with one another, access resources, and build community.

205 Humber College Blvd
Etobicoke, ON M9W 5L7