We provide individual and group support for trans and questioning folks, as well as their loved ones. We also offer advocacy, public education, and community building events.
Supporting Our Youth - 2SLGBTQQIA+ Mentor and Advocacy Project is part of a research project though the OFIFC (Ontario Federation of Friendship Centres). It seeks to build more Inclusive and supportive communities in terms of Gender and Sexual Diversity. We offer: One on one support, Two Spirit Circle, Activities and events and Outreach.
Native Canadian Centre of Toronto is a membership-based, charitable organization located in the heart of downtown Toronto in a beautifully renovated heritage building. NCCT offers a wide range of programs and services based on Indigenous cultural traditions and teachings. All are welcome.
-Youth Dropin-Recreation/Culture/Employment and Training/Education
-Mino Maaziwin-Harm reduction
-Homes for Good- Housing followup worker
We plan Pride in Dryden, ON, we also plan to create an online/print resources database for community members.
We do a lot of partnering in the community to support 2SLGBTQ+ people in our small town.
Peer support for parent/families of LGBTQ2S+ youth.
Support meetings for LGBTQ2S+ persons.
Telephone support 7 days/week, 9am-9pm.
Toby's Place is a 2SLGBTQ+ drop-in centre for youth ages 13-23 located in South Scarborough. We are an anti-oppressive space who's mission is to reduce social isolation among 2SLGBTQ+ youth. We provide free workshops, dinner, activities, and peer counseling. We also provide practical supports such as a food bank, clothing boutique, and shower facilities. We have a resource hub onsite and provide referrals when needed.
The 519 is committed to the health, happiness and full participation of the LGBTQ2S communities. A City of Toronto agency with an innovative model of Service, Space and Leadership, we strive to make a real difference in people’s lives, while working to promote inclusion, understanding and respect.
Every Friday, between 7 and 11 pm, a diverse and dynamic group of youth meet at Kind for an evening of low-pressure hanging out. We supply snacks, coffee, and tea; participants enjoy them during board games, video games, and lounging on couches.
Peer support is available at the Café. Supports from adults from Kind can provide participants with a confidential listening and non-judgmental ear, share experiences and coping strategies, and offer resources.