Inside Out is a not-for-profit registered charity that exists to challenge attitudes and change lives through the promotion, production and exhibition of film made by and about lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans (LGBT+) people of all ages, races and abilities.
For more than two decades, Inside Out has brought Toronto's LGBTQ+ community together in celebration of the best queer film from Canada and around the world, through our annual Festivals in Toronto and Ottawa, our filmmaker initiatives, our youth engagement and our year-round events and screenings.
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://livechat.connexontario.ca/ECCChat/connex_chat.html
The objective of this program is to bridge in settlement agencies’ response to 2SLGBTQ+ newcomers. The program will provide a safe space through a drop in program for 2SLGBTQ+ newcomers to receive responsive services and information regarding settlement with a 2SLGTBQ+ lens, strengthen social networks, and decrease isolation.
HIV/AIDS Resources and Community Health (ARCH) provides programs, services, education, and support to people who are living with, affected by, and at risk of HIV/AIDS in Guelph, Wellington County, Dufferin, Grey and Bruce Counties. Services include a rapid and anonymous HIV testing service, online and in-person outreach, and peer-led drop-ins for youth and trans folks. We use an inclusive, sex-positive, anti-oppressive, and client-centered framework for all of our programs and services!
We provide testing for STIs including throat and rectal swabs, as well as, HIV rapid testing. We refer for PREP and PEP treatment. We work closing with 2SLGBTQ youth groups. We work closely with HARS Kingston.
Primarily provides services to family physicians and other health providers, also offers a volunteer-run referral service to assist trans and gender-diverse people in Hamilton to connect to gender-affirming care. A group of family physicians, other health care providers, and trans and gender-diverse individuals working together to increase the capacity of Hamilton’s primary health care system to deliver high-quality healthcare and integrate gender-affirming care into primary care across Hamilton.