Offers a safer space on WLU campus, run by and for LGBTQ2S+ students. Also runs programming such as trans allyship workshops, clothing swaps, etc.
Teen Health Source is a sexual health information service run for and by youth. You can phone/text/email/chat online with volunteers about things like birth control, STIs, pregnancy, coming out, sexual pleasure, healthy relationships, puberty, and more. Information is provided in a non-judgmental, sex-positive, pro-choice, and inclusive manner.
The Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) Sudbury/Manitoulin branch was established in 1984 and is a not-for-profit organization with a volunteer board of directors.
The branch is mandated to provide services to individuals with mental health issues or a diagnosis of a mental illness (though it is not required) within the Sudbury and Manitoulin districts. Our mission is to provide services that promote recovery for all and mental health education. We believe in helping people regain a meaningful role in their community.
CMHA is primarily funded by the Ministry of Health and Long Term Care and also receives funds from the Ministry of Child & Youth Services and the City of Sudbury.
Trans Lifeline is a national trans-led organization dedicated to improving the quality of trans lives and fighting the epidemic of trans suicide. We are based in the US but do have a suicide hotline that is available to folks in Canada.
The Rainbow Youth Program strives to make lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, 2-spirit, queer and questioning (LGBTQ+) youth feel safe, included, and empowered in Peterborough and the four counties. We give LGBTQ+ youth the space to be themselves and the tools to lead positive change in their schools, peer groups, and community. Weekly Drop In for LGBTQ+ youth on Thursdays at 3:30-5:30pm.
Workshops on LGBTQ+ inclusion for students, educators, and service providers.
Support for LGBTQ+ individuals, community groups, and GSAs.
We are a community health centre serving the needs of youth aged 13-29 in Toronto. We provide accessible and inclusive programs and services that promote healthy sexuality and informed decision-making. In our clinic, we offer primary, sexual, and mental healthcare. In the community, we offer workshops, groups, and peer education.
The GSRC is a safe(r) space where Carleton’s queer, trans, two-spirit and gender-diverse students can find support, resources, and community. We offer advocacy, programming, peer support, educational workshops (including anti-oppression), safer-space training, and more! Our work reflects the diversity within our communities, including but not limited to immigrants, people with disabilities, Muslim, Black, and Indigenous folks, and other people of colour. We offer free tampons and pads, as well as safer sex supplies. Additionally, the GSRC is home to the second-largest queer library in Ottawa with both a lending and reference section.
Supporting Our Youth (SOY), a program of Sherbourne Health, is a set of health promotion services and programming centered on supporting the health and wellbeing goals established by LGBT2SQ youth and young adults, many of whom are homeless, racialized and newcomers to Canada.
We support your goals, strengths, resourcefulness and success through our:
Goal Planning Service with Youth Resource Workers
Evening Health and Wellbeing Groups
Mentorship and Peer Leadership Programs
Internal Housing Program
Health Promotion and Systems Work
Guided by your goals, we work with you to restore, maintain and improve your overall health and wellbeing.