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Mental Health

Learn Dialectical Behavioural Therapy (DBT) skills like Mindfulness, Distress Tolerance, Interpersonal Effectiveness, and Emotion Regulation. Dinner and tokens will be provided. Contact Caro (ccastro@egale.ca) for more details or to book an intake spot.

489 Queen Street East, Lower Level
Toronto, ON M5A 1V1
Phone: 416-359-0237
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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 Learning Program Relations Coordinator, Dylan Bruxer by emailing dbruxer@egale.ca to book a free workshop for your school today!

185 Carlton Street
Toronto, ON M5A 2K7
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Addictions/Harm Reduction, Drop-in/Support Group, Health Services, Mental Health, Sexual Health

This clinic offers Primary Care services and youth drop in services through the Edge OV clinic for youth aged 13 to 29 years. EdgeOV provides drop In services available for youth including:
sexual health, mental health counselling, gender affirming care, Pregnancy testing and options, Birth control, STI testing, Emergency contraceptives,Vaccinations and more!

501 Oakwood Avenue
Toronto, ON M6E 2W8
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Health Services, 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. The Anonymous Text Line answers questions about sex, sexuality, and sexual health for youth in Waterloo Region, provides referrals to other local resources, and supports youth with sexual health related decision making.

Kitchener, ON
Phone: 519-569-9521
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Phone/Chat/Text Line, Crisis/Distress

Our 408-HELP line provides telephone support to individuals in the community. Highly-trained volunteer responders (with the support of professional staff) connect with callers and texters from our community 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.

If you are in crisis or need emotional support - Please call our 408-HELP line now at 416-408-4357 or text us at 45645. If this is an emergency - Please call 911.

We also provide in-person individual and group support for survivors of suicide and homicide loss.

Box 243 Adelaide Street
Toronto, ON M5G1B1
Phone: 416-408-4357
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College/University Campus Group, Community Group, Drop-in/Support Group, Education/Workshops, Website/Online Support

The GSRC is a safe(r) space where Carleton’s queer, trans, two-spirit and gender-diverse students can find support, resources, and community. We offer advocacy, programming, peer support, educational workshops (including anti-oppression), safer-space training, and more! Our work reflects the diversity within our communities, including but not limited to immigrants, people with disabilities, Muslim, Black, and Indigenous folks, and other people of colour. We offer free tampons and pads, as well as safer sex supplies. Additionally, the GSRC is home to the second-largest queer library in Ottawa with both a lending and reference section.

1125 Colonel drive by
Ottawa, ON K1S 5B6
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Community Group, Education/Workshops

Camp fYrefly is a summer arts-based leadership retreat designed for lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans-identified, two-spirited, intersexed, queer, and questioning youth, (LGBTQ2S+) and planned in part by a committee of the same youth it seeks to serve.

1600 Westbank Dr
Peterborough, ON K9L 0G2
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Community Group

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

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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