Native Canadian Centre of Toronto is a membership-based, charitable organization located in the heart of downtown Toronto in a beautifully renovated heritage building. NCCT offers a wide range of programs and services based on Indigenous cultural traditions and teachings. All are welcome.
-Youth Dropin-Recreation/Culture/Employment and Training/Education
-Mino Maaziwin-Harm reduction
-Homes for Good- Housing followup worker
Toby's Place is a 2SLGBTQ+ drop-in centre for youth ages 13-23 located in South Scarborough. We are an anti-oppressive space who's mission is to reduce social isolation among 2SLGBTQ+ youth. We provide free workshops, dinner, activities, and peer counseling. We also provide practical supports such as a food bank, clothing boutique, and shower facilities. We have a resource hub onsite and provide referrals when needed.
Primary & Gender Affirming Shared Care LGBTQ2s ++ Health Care see back for more info
Call Jodi “Rainbow Navigator” Community Health Worker at 807.626-7856 to discuss intake, forms, referrals, access necessities of life, or for supportive listening.
GROUPS see www.norwestchc.org for more information and to see the calendar of groups
Gender Journeys Adult Group: pre-register with Jodi at 626-7856 .
Gender Adventures Youth Summer Day Camp (ages 12-17) pre-register with Jodi at 626-7856 for summer for 3rd week in August, 2020.
Gender Journey Alumni: Sundays 12-3pm for those who have completed the Gender Journey Program.
Transgender Peer Support: Every other Tuesday, 6-8 pm at NorWest. No age limit.
Sexuality and Gender Equity Committee comprised of community organizations contact : firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more and learn about meeting dates.
find on facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SAGEThunderBay/
Since 1987, ACCKWA has provided HIV support and prevention services in the Waterloo Region. We provide support to people living with HIV, community development services, education and outreach to key populations, clinical services, and a needle-syringe program.
Queer and Connected provides peer-led programming for 2SLGBTQ+ youth to build community and healthy peer relationships, reduce social isolation, learn skills to manage stress, anxiety, and depression, discuss anything related to being 2SLGBTQ+ including coming out, transitioning etc., and to learn about harm reduction and safer sex practices. All programming is virtual until further notice.
There is also a 2 Spirit, Trans & Non-binary (2STNB) specific group.
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.
HARP offers an understanding, supportive environment with a wide range of prevention information and access to harm reduction materials
Youth serving agency that is open and inclusive , this program is a registration only program for 2SLGBTQ+ youth. All other services can be accessed through the main line based on age of children/youth and families.
THIS IS A GENDERED SPACE
Mental, physical, sexual, community health + harm reduction services
Youth Drop in Center for 2SLGBTQ+. We provide a safe space and programming geared to mental health and well being.
NON-MEMBERS can drop in during our YOUTH DROP IN HOURS (Monday – Friday 3:30pm -5:30pm)
PAID MEMBERS can stay for PROGRAMMING from 5:30pm – 9:30pm
We've gone digital! Due to the pandemic, we've moved our weekly LGBTQ+ youth groups to Discord servers. Come hang out with us during weekly meetings, or just to chat throughout the week!
Online group that aims to bring together youth ages 11-25 in the LGBTQ+ community. These groups are facilitated by a team of professionals from the community, that strive to create a safe environment in which youth can explore and express their interests and needs in an atmosphere where they are supported and respected for their contributions and unique individual differences.
Our online group meetings change from one week to the next! Sometimes we just chat, but we're always trying new things - watching movies, hosting workshops, and all sorts of fun.
Whether you're lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex, two-spirit, queer or questioning, YOU ARE WELCOME!! There is no need to call ahead. Just come with a smile and an open mind.
The North Simcoe Youth Wellness Hub offers a wide range of services to youth age 12-25 at the right time and in the right place.
Our services are offered both in-person and virtually, are easy to access, and are offered with little to no wait times as we aim to be as low barrier as possible.
2SLGBTQ+ Services (Provided through our partners at the Gilbert Centre)
Mental Health Services
Substance Use Services
Peer Support Services
Primary Care – Physical Health Services
Support for youth with special needs
Variety of workshops and cultural teachings
Additionally serving Tay Township, Tiny Township and Beausoleil Island
We provide prevention, education and support for 2-Spirit, including First Nations, metis and Inuit people. We base our work on indigenous philosophies of wholistic health and wellness.
*NOT AN LGBTQ2S+ SPECIFIC RESOURCE*
Huron Perth Public Health (HPPH) provides sexual health clinics that offer low-cost birth control options, free condoms/dental dams, and HIV/STI testing, treatment and referrals. We provide a caring, non-judgemental environment to discuss topics including emergency contraception, pregnancy testing and options counselling, and general sexual health information and support.
HPPH Sexual Health Clinics are available in Clinton, Wingham, Stratford, Listowel and St. Marys. Clinics are also provided in some area high schools. Community clinic dates, times and locations can be found at: www.hpph.ca/sexualhealth.
For more information about our sexual health clinics and services, or to book an appointment, call or text: 519-635-2504 (Perth), or 519-440-1439 (Huron).