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.
The SOY Melanin Linx Project is a new initiative to SOY and was created out of the specific needs of our Black queer and trans youth. This project seeks to match LGBTQ youth with a Black, LGBTQ mentor to support youth with developing life skills, building resiliency and strengthening connection to their various communities.
This program is black identified LGBTQ+ mentors over 24 years old, and Mentees under 24 years old.
2SLGBTQIA+ Mentoring for children and youth, age up to 15 years old, through art, and recreational programming. Family counselling support around gender and sexual identity, workshops and training for community on issues pertaining to the 2SLGBTQIA+ community. Peer activity groups for children and youth age up to 15.
LGBTQ* Christian Church open to all, with a place for you!
•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)
In addition, birth control is available for purchase at low cost.
The ENAGB Program provides our youth the opportunity to explore many areas of their lives that may assist youth to progress into their future. ENAGB offers educational support, physical supports, culture programming, recreational activities, Transitional Housing Support and so much more that we encourage you to discover.
A grassroots, youth led organization in cooperation with a network of intergenerational relatives that works across issues around reproductive health, rights and justice throughout the US and Canada.
OK2BME is a set of free, supportive services for LGBTQ2+ identified children, teens and their families in Waterloo Region. The OK2BME program consists of three unique areas including confidential counselling services, an OK2BME Youth Group for individuals 12-18 as well as public education, consulting and training around LGBTQ2+ issues.