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LGBT YouthLine's referral database is for in-person and/or location-based organizations, collectives, and resources for 2SLGBTQ+ youth in Ontario.

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Sexual Health

•Condoms at no cost
•Pregnancy tests, counselling and referral
•Sexual health examinations
•Sexually transmitted infection (STI) testing and treatment
•HIV testing (including anonymous HIV testing and Rapid HIV testing)
•Hepatitis A and B immunization
•Gardasil 9 vaccination
•Needle exchange services
•Counselling and information on: ◦Birth control
◦STI and Blood borne infections (BBI)
◦Sexual orientation
◦Sexuality
◦Relationships

In addition, birth control is available for purchase at low cost.

4261 Highway 7, Suite B 6-9
Markham, ON L3R 9W6
shc@york.ca
Website:
Addictions/Harm Reduction, Education/Workshops, Shelter/Transitional Housing

NOT A 2SLGBTQ+ SPECIFIC RESOURCE

Family Transition Place is a multi-service agency providing a range of services: Support / Information Line, Emergency Shelter, Second Stage Housing, Support Within Housing, Counselling (woman abuse, sexual abuse and addictions), Transitional Support (Housing & Legal), Rural Response, Youth Education.

20 Bredin Parkway
Orangeville, ON L9W 4Z9
Phone: 800-265-9178
Grassroots Community Group, Website/Online Support

OUTniagara supports our local LGBTQ2+ community and beyond by amplifying the voices of our community, acting as a public policy advocate and helping to build relationships within the community. Our website offers a community calendar capturing local 2SLGBTQ+ community group activities. Our website also provides information on all of the local groups in the area: http://outniagara.org/

12-111 Fourth Avenue, Suite 270
St. Catharines, ON L2S 3PS
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Employment Support

This unique program for nonbinary and transgender individuals operates on a weekly basis out of the Employment and Training office. The THRIVE! Program offers: connections to employment specialists, resume and budgeting workshops, housing referral assistance, legal information, informal guidance and counselling, and community.
Thrive! is a sex-worker positive environment.

59 Adelaide St E, 4th floor
Toronto, ON M5C 1K6
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Education/Workshops

Egale offers a variety of workshops to school boards, educators, and students alike! We offer two fully-funded streams for our sessions: Safer Schools and Draw the Line.

Safer school sessions range from understanding the LGBTQI2S acronym, gender fluidity, capacity building, consent, and more. Our Draw the Line workshops focus on transphobia, rape culture, and intersectionality. Our facilitators integrate lecture-style speeches, videos, activities, interactive games and discussion to ensure a well-rounded and in-depth understanding of the content. Egale hopes, through our workshops, to create a more inclusive, safer, and educated community.

Please contact our Safer Schools team at saferschools@egale.ca to book a free workshop for your school today!

120 Carlton Street, Suite 217
Toronto, ON M5A 4K2
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Drop-in/Support Group

We offer a once monthly support group for those under the trans umbrella. Participants may bring one cis person with them for support. For more detailed information, I ask that you email transpeers@gmail.com.

Hamilton, ON
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Legal Support, Phone/Chat/Text Line

Legal services for young people under 18 and homeless youth under 25 in Ontario.

1500 - 55 University Avenue
Toronto, ON M5J 2H7
info@jfcy.org
Grassroots Community Group, Drop-in/Support Group, Education/Workshops

SAEFTY Ottawa (Support And Education For Trans Youth Ottawa) is an independent organization created and run by and for trans and gender diverse youth. We aim to bridge the gap between trans and gender diverse people of all ages, by giving them the chance to connect in a space that is free from transphobia, homophobia, heterosexism, sexism, racism, ableism, islamophobia, colonialism, and other forms of oppression. Some events may intentionally centre on youth who are younger (eg. elementary school aged) or older (eg. high school aged and beyond), but all events are open to trans people of all ages. As a community organization, SAEFTY is committed to providing a safer space for all trans and gender diverse youth where they can meet and connect with each other in a non-medical environment. We aim to provide positive and relatable role models to trans kids and youth in a supportive space where they can be themselves.

Ottawa, ON
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Grassroots Community Group, Pride Collective/Organization

Brantford Pride Week is an annual event that runs during the third week of June.

Brantford Youth Pride is a group that meets regularly in the Brantford community and is an affiliate of Brantford Pride.

The Brantford Pride Committee is a grassroots group, working to mobilize around issues affecting the 2SLGBTQ+ community in Brantford, while holding space to celebrate and honour the 2SLGBTQ+ community!

Brantford, ON
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Grassroots Community Group

THIS SERVICE IS NON-QUEER, TRANS & LGBTQ SPECIFIC. Call the line for more info on 2SLGBTQ+ inclusivity.

The Youth Sexual Health Action Group (YSHAG) is a group of youth who strive to create safer spaces that foster an open dialogue about relationships and sexual health for diverse youth in Waterloo Region. We meet weekly to discuss how to improve youth specific resources, to work on closing the gap between the school board equity and inclusion policy and student experiences of inclusion, or lack thereof, in their education and to work on their own self-led projects.

Kitchener, ON
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Phone/Chat/Text Line, Sexual Health, Website/Online Support

Doin’ It is a sex-positive, queer-positive, pleasure-positive, body-positive sexual health resource for youth in Waterloo Region. We support youth, young adults, service providers for youth and other caring adults in an anonymous, confidential and inclusive environment through the Anonymous Text Line, Instagram, Twitter, and email or visit our website.

Waterloo Region, ON
Phone: 519-569-9521
Addictions/Harm Reduction, Education/Workshops, Health Services, HIV/AIDS, Mental Health, Newcomer/Refugee Support, Sexual Health, Sexual Violence/Abuse (GBV/VAW), Website/Online Support

THIS IS A GENDERED SPACE

The Gay/Bi/MSM Men's Clinic is a sex positive & stigma free environment open to all men who have sex with other men, seeking clinical and health services including sexual health testing and treatment, physical exam, HRT, access to PrEP, vaccinations, one-on-one support, harm reduction and other health services.

111 Larch Street, Fourth Floor
Sudbury, ON P3E 4T5
Drop-in/Support Group, Mental Health, Phone/Chat/Text Line, Website/Online Support

York Rainbow Support: provides Individual, Couple and Family Counselling Services for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Two Spirit, Queer & Questioning.

FSYR is proud host and lead agency for the York Rainbow Network and York Rainbow Information, Referral and Support Line 1-888-York-LGBT (1-888-967-5542). The York Rainbow Network was established through a Trillium Grant to reduce barriers and build capacity to serve the LGBTTQ Community. To book an appointment or for more information simply call one of our Intake Workers.

FSYR is also offering the following LGBTTQ Groups:
FREE to BE
Transgender Support/Drop in Group

For more information contact Barbara Urman at 1-866-415-9723 or 905-475-9717

1091 Gorham St., Suite 300 Newmarket, Ontario
York, ON L3Y 8X7
Addictions/Harm Reduction, Mental Health, Phone/Chat/Text Line, Website/Online Support

ConnexOntario provides treatment service information, including contact information, for people experiencing problems with gambling, drugs, alcohol, and/or mental health. Our Information Referral Specialists will answer your call, email, or web chat 24/7 from anywhere in Ontario. Our referral service offers support, provides education, and is confidential.

ConnexOntario is reachable by phone at 1-866-531-2600
or by Chat at https://www.connexontario.ca/Chat

London, ON
Crisis/Distress, Phone/Chat/Text Line

Youthspace.ca is an online chat and text-based crisis and emotional support service for any youth under 30 across Canada! We offer non-judgmental listening and help connecting to resources.

Victoria, BC
Phone: 778-783-0177
Drop-in/Support Group

LGBTQ+ youth arts-based drop-in program for ages 12-18.
Free, physically accessible space, gender-neutral washrooms.
Every Friday from 7-9pm. Victoria Road Recreation Centre- Birch room (third floor)
LGBTQ+ related discussions, arts and recreational activities, workshops, community bonding.

151 Victoria Road North
Guelph, ON N1E 5H5
Phone: 519-400-9596
Addictions/Harm Reduction, Health Services, Employment Support, Legal Support, Mental Health, Newcomer/Refugee Support, Shelter/Transitional Housing, Sports and Fitness

In various community settings in North East and East London, the Youth Outreach Workers (YOW) work together with youth, ages 12-21 (aprx), to build their resiliency and skills. Workers build trust with youth, families, and the community, and support them to find appropriate programs and services. The YOW team enhances and promotes the development of community based services and leadership opportunities for young people in the community. This program is LGBTQ+ friendly and offers advocacy and support for LGBTQ youth.

1355 Huron St.
London, ON N5V 2E3
Health Services, Mental Health, Sexual Health

The Health Centre offers Trans Health Services.The Health Centre also offers services like Anonymous HIV testing and the MyCare HIV treatment program. The Youth Outreach Worker team can help connect you with them.

There are also Mental Health supports, and many different health related programs and groups that you can participate in.

You can contact a Systems Navigator, to help connect you with programs that you are looking for by calling this number: 519-660-0874

1355 Huron St.
London, ON N5W 2Z1
Phone: 519-660-0874
College/University Campus Group

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, though it is temporarily closed due to COVID-19 restrictions.

We actively host virtual discussions and other events during the school year that are open to all - check out our Facebook or Instagram for event details and updates.

John Deutsch University Centre (JDUC), 342
Kingston, ON K7L 3N6
Phone: 647-456-1912
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Grassroots Community Group, Website/Online Support

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Montréal, QC
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Shelter/Transitional Housing

Transitional housing and intensive case management for 2SLGBTQ youth for one year.

21 Walmer Road
Toronto, ON M5R 2W7
Phone: 647-438-8383
Drop-in/Support Group, Education/Workshops, Health Services, Mental Health, Newcomer/Refugee Support, Sexual Health

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.

3079 Danforth Avenue
Toronto, ON M1L 1A8
Phone: 416-324-8677
Addictions/Harm Reduction, Education/Workshops, Health Services, HIV/AIDS, Sexual Health

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).

We provide:
- 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

201-269 Main Street West
North Bay, ON P1B 2T8
Phone: 705-497-3560
Health Services, Website/Online Support

The Service Provider Directory lists health and social service providers as well as programs that have expressed a commitment to providing competent and welcoming care to LGBT2SQ people in Ontario. This directory has been created for information purposes only. RHO is not able to screen the service providers listed in this directory and we cannot make any guarantees about the quality of their services. By using the RHO Provider Directory, you agree to our Terms of Use.

ON
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Grassroots Community Group

QTBIPOC sauga is a grassroots gathering of queer and trans, Black, Indigenous and people of colour (QTBIPOC) communities from across Peel.
We began in January 2016 as a way of addressing the lack of spaces dedicated to QTBIPOC people in Peel. Since then, little has changed in terms of spaces for QTBIPOC folks.

We host monthly meetups (virtual due to COVID-19). In the past, we have held monthly meetups (location not shared publicly due to safety concerns) where community members can connect, share food, and build community. QTBIPOC sauga has held meetups in Brampton as well! We have organized events including panels, workshops, performance events and more. We also advocate locally.

We are not a non-profit organization, but a grassroots group.

Mississauga, ON
Phone: 416-993-4221
Mental Health, Phone/Chat/Text Line

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.

Sudbury, ON
Phone: 705-222-6472
Drop-in/Support Group, Education/Workshops, Grassroots Community Group

We host bilingual discussion/support groups and social events in Eastern Ontario. Meetings are open to all, regardless of age, sexual orientation or gender identity. Parents, friends and spouses of LGBTQ persons are also welcome.
Facebook page: Groupe LGBTQ & alliés de Prescott-Russell LGBTQ & Allies Group

Prescott and Russell, ON
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Grassroots Community Group, Education/Workshops, HIV/AIDS, Mental Health, Sexual Health, Sexual Violence/Abuse (GBV/VAW), Website/Online Support

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 arts, heritage, history, education, health, and advocacy. Our resources and programming can be used to uplift gender and sexual minorities, as well as give the tools to wider populations in building allyship.

As a leader in anti-discrimination work, CCGSD runs programming all over Canada and the United States. Because of our hundreds of volunteers, we are able to reach over 250,000 people annually. We are also a proud leader in the International Day of Pink (DayOfPink.org), engaging millions of people in wearing pink and to run programs that stand up to bullying. We encourage you to find out more about CCGSD & the International Day of Pink, and get involved in making your community a safer and more diverse place.

This year we will host 94 day-long queer & trans youth forums, over 3000 workshops in schools and community and host the Canadian GSA Youth Leadership Forum. We are the home of Canada’s 2SLGBTQIA+ Service Providers Network, the Canadian Intimate Partner Violence Prevention Program, Ontario’s Sport Inclusion project, the International Day of Pink, and we are building North America’s first 2SLGBTQIA+ Museum.

440, Albert St, Suite C304
Ottawa, ON K1R 5B5
Phone: 613-858-3427
Addictions/Harm Reduction, Drop-in/Support Group, Education/Workshops, HIV/AIDS, Mental Health, Newcomer/Refugee Support

Black CAP is an organization that works to reduce HIV/AIDS in Toronto’s Black, African and Caribbean communities and enhance the quality of life of Black people living with or aff­ected by HIV/AIDS. HIV/AIDS is spreading quickly in Toronto’s Black communities and we believe that our work is more important than ever.

20 Victoria street, 4th floor
Toronto, ON M5C 2N8
Phone: 416-977-9955
Education/Workshops, Health Services, Sexual Health

THIS SERVICE IS NON-QUEER, TRANS & LGBTQ SPECIFIC.
Call line for more info on anti-oppression+ anti-racist policies.

SHORE Centre is a pro-choice organization that offers a variety of emotional support, outreach, and medical appointments to meet your reproductive health needs.

To request an appointment please visit: https://shore.inputhealth.com/ebooking. Services are typically offered in English, and free interpretation services are available by request.

Medical Services (covered by OHIP)
• Medication Abortion (available by telemedicine)
• Birth Control Consultation (available by telemedicine)
• This includes the pill, patch, ring, the shot (Depo Provera) intrauterine device (IUD), implant (Nexplanon), and referral for tubal ligation or vasectomy
• IUD Insertion and Removal (available in-person)
• Nexplanon (implant) Insertion and Removal (available in-person)

Counselling Services (FREE)
• Pregnancy Options Support
• Abortion Options Support
• Support After an Abortion
• Adoption Options Support
• Support After Placing a Child for Adoption
• Support During Pregnancy
• Support After Giving Birth

All counselling appointments are being offered via telemedicine – phone or video appointments available.

Outreach Services for Pregnant People
• Empowering Pregnancy Support Program

Also Available by Appointment (FREE)
• Pregnancy Test Pick Up
• Prenatal Vitamin Pick Up
• Condom, Dam and Lube Pick Up

235 King Street East, Suite 130
Kitchener, ON N2G 4N5
Phone: 519 743 9360