Canadian Parents of Trans & Gender Diverse Kids is a support group for parents and guardians of gender diverse children, youth, and adults, including those who are two-spirit, transgender, genderqueer, non-binary, agender, gender fluid, gender creative, or gender-questioning!
Parents canadiens d'enfants trans est d'un groupe d'entraide pour les parents/les tuteurs d'enfants, de jeunes, et d'adultes de divers genres: bispirituels, transgenres, non-binaires, créatifs dans le genre, ou qui se questionnent sur le genre.
This group is focused on non-judgemental support and information sharing. This is a 'secret' group, which means that membership is completely secret - only other members know who is part of this group, and only members can see what is posted. In order to maintain a safe place for everyone, members are asked to keep confidential any identifying details, including photos, shared in this group.
Il s'agit d'un group d'entraide et de l'échange d' information. Il s'agit un groupe secret, ce qui veut dire que le droit de voir la liste des membres et les publications de ce groupe est limité aux membres. Les responsables de ce groupe vérifieront les identités des membres. Au but de garder la sécurité du groupe, on prie aux membres de maintenir la confidentialité des détails personnels, y compris les photos, partagées dans ce groupe.
Gender Journeys: Such as other similar program, this program is a safer space for trans, non-binary, gender queer and gender questioning folks in Peel region.
A series of session that provides information about many aspect of resources, health, legal paperwork, HRT, Sexual health, family and many other aspects. We cherish all experiences and identities for its uniqueness and its importance to provide valuable feedback to build stronger, holistic and safer trans programming.
The Positive Space Network LGBTQ+ Youth Action Committee (YAC) is a youth-driven leadership committee made up of LGBTQ+ identified and allied youth ages of 13-25 from across Halton Region. Youth in this committee gain volunteer hours for their time and opportunities to make friends and find community with other LGTBQ+ identified and allied youth, volunteer opportunities, work experience hours, and/or high school volunteer hours. As well as opportunities to develop tons of facilitation, mentorship, team work, leadership, communication skills and opportunities to find out about local resources and meet people from other youth services in Halton
HARS is the coordinator for FUSE, an LGBTQ2S+ Youth group that meets weekly at One Roof, 426 Barrie Street
Our LGBTQ+ youth drop-in programs are a safer space for LGBTQ+ youth can come together and hang out. We have workshops, games nights, guest speakers and more! All our drop-ins are free and three hours in length. Please see the drop-in schedule below.
Youth are all asked to sign in with their name and an emergency contact when they arrive. There is always snacks and often meals provided. We begin drop-ins with a check-in circle. We always review our safer spaces agreement, go through any announcements and then chill or do an activity the rest of the evening.
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.