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Pflag Canada offers peer-to-peer support around sexual orientation, gender identity and gender expression. We support, educate and provide resources to anyone with questions or concerns. Our Canada wide, volunteer run chapters offer local, practical, and emotional peer-to-peer family support for individuals and their loved ones challenged by gender/sexual identity.
Please visit https://pflagcanada.ca/ontario/ for a full list of chapters, address and contact information on each chapter throughout Ontario.
We are a network of queer and trans-identified mental health professionals who work primarily in the LGBTQQIA2S community within Toronto.
Our team consists of highly skilled, compassionate, radical psychologists, psychotherapists and social workers who have shared expertise in supporting and promoting health and wellness within an LGBTQQIA2S mental health framework.
Our therapeutic approach utilizes a social justice lens, incorporating trauma-informed mental health care. We understand how systemic oppression (e.g. racism, sexism, ableism/disablism, homophobia, transphobia) can contribute to symptoms of anxiety, depression, post-traumatic stress, and substance use issues.
St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton's Youth Wellness Centre is an accessible, friendly space for young people age 17 to 25 to receive the best possible care for mental health and addiction issues. We offer confidential clinical care for:
-Youth who are experiencing emerging mental health and addictions concerns
-Youth who are already receiving child and adolescent mental health services delivered by our community partners, and will need additional support to transition into adult services
-Youth who are students of Mohawk, McMaster, or Redeemer and/or who are facing significant barriers to accessing care
NOT 2SLGBTQ SPECIFIC
In September 2018 the Timmins Youth Wellness Hub (TYWH) was established to provide programs and services (in English and in French) that support the wellbeing of all youth aged 12-25 in the community. The TYWH offers: mental health counselling and support; mental health, well being, and harm reduction resources; peer support; education and employment support/training, recreation and social support. Food and bus tickets are also provided.
During regular operations, the TYWH offers hubs on a rotational basis throughout the community, utilizing thirteen community partner locations including schools/colleges, and outdoor locations in the summer. During the COVID-19 pandemic, the TYWH is offering virtual programming.