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PFLAG Canada Durham Region

PFLAG Durham Region provides support, education and resources on issues of sexual orientation and gender identity/expressions for gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, transsexual, two-spirit, intersex, queer, and questioning persons and their families and friends. Our peer-to-peer support teams are available by phone or email to talk with you about anything you want to discuss about your… read more »

Calgary Outlink: Center for Gender and Sexual Diversity

We provide a safe community space equipped with support services, education opportunities, a support line, and access to resources. MISSION: Supporting & uplifting LGBTQ+ lives. OUR CENTRE We support all LGBTQ+ people. The plus sign means lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, questioning, intersex, two-spirit & asexual people & their families, friends and allies – and… read more »

Pride Centre of Edmonton

The Pride Centre of Edmonton provides a non-judgemental, welcoming space where people of all sexual orientations, gender identities and expressions can be themselves and find support and resources. We seek to create an environment where all people can feel safe and accepted. The Centre fulfills the important role of being a primary point of contact… read more »

Jordan Goldman – ASL-English Interpreter

I am an ASL-English interpreter. Graduate from the Program of Sign Language Interpretation at Douglas College, B.C. (2013). Prior to I graduated from University of Montreal with an M.A. in English. Currently I am an active member of the Association of Visual Language Interpreters of Canada (AVLIC). I am a cis-gendered gay male who has… read more »

Sly Sarkisova – Psychotherapy

Hello there! I am a gender variant queer and trans identified psychotherapist with extensive experience providing safe space to explore and affirm diverse identities. I specialize in helping people improve self esteem, manage depression and anxiety, deal with substance use, and explore relationships and connection. I would be happy to help you identify goals for… read more »

Youth Community Counselling Program, Saskatoon Health Region

Youth ages 12-18 and their families can access services. School advocacy, parent education, counselling, and support in accessing hormone therapy if required can be provided. Call our intake line and request a gender-creative counsellor to get connected with services.