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College/University Campus Group

2SLGBTQ+ support resource at the University of Ottawa.

The Pride Centre is a student service that strives to promote and represent a culture of affirmation through the celebration of individual diversity and choice in all areas of life. We address various equity sectors (anti-ableism, anti-racism, anti-colonialism, etc.) with a core focus on the intersections of 2SLGBTQ+ topics at the University of Ottawa. By hosting events, programming, offering resources and advocating for students, we look to create an environment of respect and acceptance with our communities and allies.

85 University Private UCU 215-C
Ottawa, ON K1N 6N5
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Drop-in/Support Group

We offer a once monthly support group for those under the trans umbrella. Participants may bring one cis person with them for support. For more detailed information, I ask that you email transpeers@gmail.com.

ON
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Legal Support, Phone/Chat/Text Line

Legal services for young people under 18 and homeless youth under 25 in Ontario.

1500 - 55 University Avenue
Toronto, ON M5J 2H7
info@jfcy.org
Grassroots Community Group, Drop-in/Support Group, Education/Workshops

SAEFTY Ottawa (Support And Education For Trans Youth Ottawa) is an independent organization created and run by and for trans and gender diverse youth. We aim to bridge the gap between trans and gender diverse people of all ages, by giving them the chance to connect in a space that is free from transphobia, homophobia, heterosexism, sexism, racism, ableism, islamophobia, colonialism, and other forms of oppression. Some events may intentionally centre on youth who are younger (eg. elementary school aged) or older (eg. high school aged and beyond), but all events are open to trans people of all ages. As a community organization, SAEFTY is committed to providing a safer space for all trans and gender diverse youth where they can meet and connect with each other in a non-medical environment. We aim to provide positive and relatable role models to trans kids and youth in a supportive space where they can be themselves.

Ottawa, ON
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Grassroots Community Group

THIS SERVICE IS NON-QUEER, TRANS & LGBTQ SPECIFIC. Call the line for more info on 2SLGBTQ+ inclusivity.

The Youth Sexual Health Action Group (YSHAG) is a group of youth who strive to create safer spaces that foster an open dialogue about relationships and sexual health for diverse youth in Waterloo Region. We meet weekly to discuss how to improve youth specific resources, to work on closing the gap between the school board equity and inclusion policy and student experiences of inclusion, or lack thereof, in their education and to work on their own self-led projects.

Kitchener, ON
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Addictions/Harm Reduction, Education/Workshops, Health Services, HIV/AIDS, Mental Health, Newcomer/Refugee Support, Queer Positive Business, Sexual Health, Sexual Violence/Abuse (GBV/VAW), Website/Online Support

THIS IS A GENDERED SPACE

The Gay/Bi/MSM Men's Clinic is a sex positive & stigma free environment open to all men who have sex with other men, seeking clinical and health services including sexual health testing and treatment, physical exam, HRT, access to PrEP, vaccinations, one-on-one support, harm reduction and other health services.

111 Larch Street, Fourth Floor
Sudbury, ON P3E 4T5
Drop-in/Support Group, Mental Health, Phone/Chat/Text Line, Website/Online Support

York Rainbow Support: provides Individual, Couple and Family Counselling Services for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Two Spirit, Queer & Questioning.

FSYR is proud host and lead agency for the York Rainbow Network and York Rainbow Information, Referral and Support Line 1-888-York-LGBT (1-888-967-5542). The York Rainbow Network was established through a Trillium Grant to reduce barriers and build capacity to serve the LGBTTQ Community. To book an appointment or for more information simply call one of our Intake Workers.

FSYR is also offering the following LGBTTQ Groups:
FREE to BE
Transgender Support/Drop in Group

For more information contact Barbara Urman at 1-866-415-9723 or 905-475-9717

1091 Gorham St., Suite 300 Newmarket, Ontario
York, ON L3Y 8X7
Crisis/Distress, Phone/Chat/Text Line

Youthspace.ca is an online chat and text-based crisis and emotional support service for any youth under 30 across Canada! We offer non-judgmental listening and help connecting to resources.

Phone: 778-783-0177
Addictions/Harm Reduction, Health Services, Labour Employment Program, Legal Support, Mental Health, Newcomer/Refugee Support, Shelter/Transitional Housing, Sports and Fitness

In various community settings in North East and East London, the Youth Outreach Workers (YOW) work together with youth, ages 12-21 (aprx), to build their resiliency and skills. Workers build trust with youth, families, and the community, and support them to find appropriate programs and services. The YOW team enhances and promotes the development of community based services and leadership opportunities for young people in the community. This program is LGBTQ+ friendly and offers advocacy and support for LGBTQ youth.

1355 Huron St.
London, ON N5V 2E3