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Addictions/Harm Reduction, Drop-in/Support Group, Health Services, Mental Health

Pieces to Pathways (P2P) is a peer-led initiative offering Canada’s only substance use support program for LGBTTQQ2SIA youth (ages 16-29).

Our program is open to all LGBTTQQ2SIA youth ages 16-29 who are concerned about their substance use, or are interested in exploring their relationship to substances. Our mission is to provide seamless, comprehensive and effective harm reduction services and a full range of addictions treatment services that are amenable to an individual’s needs and goals. We have always operated on a non abstinence or ‘harm reduction’ approach, which forms the philosophical basis for all our work, in reducing harm and enhancing the health of our clients.

21 Strickland Avenue
Toronto, ON M6K 2H8
Health Services, HIV/AIDS

Réseau ACCESS Network is a non-profit, community-based charitable organization, committed to promoting wellness, harm and risk reduction and education. Réseau ACCESS Network supports individuals and serves the whole community, in a comprehensive / holistic approach to HIV/AIDS, Hepatitis C, Harm Reduction and related health issues

111 Larch Street, 4th Floor
Sudbury, ON P3E 4T5
Phone: 705-688-0500
Community Group, Drop-in/Support Group, Education/Workshops, Phone/Chat/Text Line, Website/Online Support

Monthly peer support meetings for LGBTQ2S youth and adults, and/or their family members, in Pembroke, Renfrew and Arnprior. Telephone support and information line. In Transition Clothesline to provide clothing for transgender kids, youth and adults in need. Community events and presentations.

Pembroke, ON
Education/Workshops

Pathways to Education is a community base program that supports youth living in the Rideau Heights and Inner Harbour neighbourhoods of Kingston to graduate from high school and move on to post-secondary education, vocational training or meaningful employment. We offer opportunities to low-income youth to become engaged in their learning and become leaders in their communities.
The program focuses on helping high school youth through tutoring, mentoring, financial support, and advocacy.

The Pathways to Education program offers:
• Academic tutoring sessions in all subjects
• Mentoring activities including field trips, campus tours, YMCA memberships, training and skill-building opportunities
• Financial incentives such as school lunch vouchers and No Frills grocery cards
• Post-secondary scholarships for $500 for each year enrolled in the program
up to $2000 after four years
• Assistance with career exploration and planning post-secondary options for all students

263 Weller Ave.
Kingston, ON K7K 2V4
Phone: 613-507-7107
Health Services, Mental Health

A clinic with a NP and social worker to provide service to the transgender community. We can help with counselling, navigating resources, name and sex designation change forms, medical transition, and surgical referrals.

263 Weller Ave
Kingston , ON K7K2V4
Mental Health

Maltby provides community-based mental health and autism services to children and youth in Kingston, Frontenac and Lennox & Addington (KFL&A).
We provide counselling and resource support for kids, youth and families around any issue and we have dedicated supports for LGBTQ+ folks, including individual or family counselling.
Services available:
*walk in locations
*counselling and therapy
*Intensive services
*Parent education and capacity buidling

31 Hyperion Court
Kingston, ON K7K 7G3
Phone: 613-546-8535
Sexual Health

Hassle Free Clinic is a community-based clinic providing medical and counselling services in all areas of sexual health. It is the largest anonymous HIV test site in Canada, and is one of the country’s busiest sexually transmitted infection (STI) clinics. The clinic strives to maintain an informal atmosphere, delivering services in a timely, non-bureaucratic manner. A fundamental principle of service delivery is a non-judgemental, supportive attitude to the treatment of sexual health concerns. The women/trans clinic provides birth control, pregnancy testing, abortion referrals, STI and HIV testing and counselling and other services related to sexual and reproductive health.

66 Gerrard Street East, 2nd Floor
Toronto, ON M5B1G3
Phone: 416 922 0566
Crisis/Distress, Drop-in/Support Group, Mental Health

Friends of Ruby is a drop-in and counselling centre located in Toronto's Corktown. We provide meals, activities, support groups and community for vulnerable LGBTQI2S youth 16-29. We also offer no-cost, low-barrier, one-on-one counselling, as well as support with gender identity or transition, and help accessing housing, health care and employment.

489 Queen Street East - Lower Level
Toronto, ON M5A1V1
Phone: 4163590237
Drop-in/Support Group, Sex Work

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

526 Richmond Street East
Toronto, ON M4Y 1M1
Phone: 416 964-0150
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