Social group for trans/gender independent children and youth and their families/caregivers. We run a unicorn club drop-in for ages 6-12, a youth drop-in for 12-25 and a parents/caregivers group that meets at the same time in a separate space.
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
The Triangle Program hosts wonderful LGBTQ2+ youth who are in need of a smaller and safer space where they can find and build community. We strive to reflect our students’ experiences in an LGBTQ2+ and social justice-focused curriculum. We offer caring and flexible supports to help our students earn their high school diploma.
We are a high school program under the Toronto District School Board. We offer a lunch program, social worker supports, and free supplies and field trips.
PWA engages people living with HIV/AIDS in enhancing their health and well-being through practical and therapeutic support services and broader social change, and we inspire them to live into their dreams and discoveries.
Open Closet is a social support group for LGBT2Q+ (lesbian, gay, bi, trans, 2-spirit, queer) youth between 14 and 18 years of age. The group started in early 2002 and has served more than 1,100 youth since its inception. OC is open to youth from each of the six counties RHAC serves - Perth, Huron, Lambton, Elgin, Middlesex and Oxford.
The group includes discussions related to coming out, queer identities, LGBT2Q+ histories, survival strategies, safer sex and healthy relationships. We also bring in guest speakers, do arts-based activities, and provide information about HIV/AIDS and other sexually transmitted infections (STIs), harm reduction, and community services/resources according to participants’ individual needs.
HARS is the coordinator for FUSE, an LGBTQ2S+ Youth group that meets weekly at One Roof, 426 Barrie Street
Health & Wellness offers University of Toronto students a wide range of medical and mental health services to help support them in achieving their personal and academic best.
Totally Outright is a free leadership program for young (18-29) cis & trans gay, bi & queer guys into guys interested in being healthy. The Location changes depending on Locations available
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.