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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
Crisis/Distress, Shelter/Transitional Housing

Nightstop is a voluntary service for young people experiencing crisis that prevents homelessness through community housing. We support young people aged 16-26 years, who have nowhere safe to sleep for the evening, by placing them in a volunteer's spare bedroom for the night. Our volunteers act as "Hosts" and take in a young person who does not have a safe place to stay for the night, providing them with a safe and private place for the evening, a warm meal, access to a shower and laundry facilities, as well as providing breakfast and a packed lunch the following day. All Nightstop volunteer Hosts have been trained, screened and vetted.

80F Centurian Drive, Suite 200
Markham, ON L3R 8C1
Mental Health, Phone/Chat/Text Line, Crisis/Distress

Youth can anonymously and confidentially talk to a trained counselor over the phone or through live chat. Also, Resources Around Me database allows youth to search for resources in their community like Counselling and Mental Health Support, Sexual Health Support, Housing Support, Legal Support, Job Help, and more. Also provides crisis support.

Toronto, ON
Community Group, Education/Workshops, HIV/AIDS, Sexual Health

The Investigaytors is a free, volunteer training program for young gay, bi, queer, trans, and 2-Spirit men in Toronto who are interested in learning more about research. No prior experience required! The Investigaytors equips young guys with the knowledge and skills necessary to understand the field of gay men’s health research, and provides fun and interactive opportunities to apply these skills and gain practical research experience.

Factor-Inwentash Faculty of Social Work, Room 350 & 352, 246 Bloor Street West
Toronto, ON M5S 1V4