Meets and converses with youth in their settings; demonstrates a non-judgmental attitude in responding to youth’s perspectives and choices; links youth with services that address basic needs, such as shelter, food and clothing or health care; assists youth in navigating the system and understanding referral process; refers youth to community, recreational, social, treatment or rehabilitation… read more »
Youth Beyond Barriers (YBB) offers support and resources for LGBTTQQI2S youth (ages 12-18), and aims to build capacity among service providers in Peel to work affirmatively with queer and trans* communities through an anti-racist and anti-oppressive framework. YBB offers individual counselling, a weekly support and education group for LGBTTQQI2S youth, a confidential telephone line, email… read more »
QMUNITY, BC’s Queer Resource Centre, provides a wide range of services for lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans* people including free counselling, youth programming (including drop-ins, education, and social activities), social and support groups, advocacy, print resources, workshops and trainings, Out On the Shelves library, community events, senior’s programming, and much more.
The Other 10% is a group of self-identified LBGTTIQPA +Questioning young people. Our goal is to keep kids alive by reducing minority stress. We do this by providing: A safe, fun, alcohol and drug-free place for youth to socialize; A hub for LBGTTIQPA information in the community; Current information to keep people safe; A space… read more »
Providers: Dr Stephen Feder (Adolescent Medicine) and Dr. Margaret Lawson (Paediatric Endocrinology) Overview: CHEO’s Diversity Clinic provides comprehensive health care and support for gender nonconforming children and youth in eastern Ontario. Assessment Process: Dr Stephen Feder does initial assessments with youth and families. Parents of young children can be seen without the child. Mental health… read more »
JersVision.org and the International Day of Pink (DayOfPink.org) work with schools and youth communities to address bullying, discrimination, homophobia, and transphobia. How we do it: Educational programming: through workshops and presentations we use education as a way to stop bullying & discrimination Conferences and Professional Development: by building a capacity for acceptance and understanding among youth… read more »