**Please see their website’s events’ calendar for updated information on their programs or events (www.positivespacenetwork.ca) PSN provides programs, education, outreach and support services for LGBTQ+ identified invdividuals, children, youth, and their families and allies. If you need help with transportation, want locations of our programs, and/or have questions please text/call/email Beckham (289-208-0886 or… read more »
The Library QSA is a safe space for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Two-Spirit, Queer, Questioning and Straight teens and teens with LGBTQ families. Teen friends and allies are welcome. The Library QSA is a city-wide group open to all youths in grades 8-12 in Prince George and area. Every-other Tuesday, 7-8:30pm.
The Rainbow Resource Centre offers both adult and youth programming, counselling, resources and consultation throughout Manitoba and Northwestern Ontario. LGBTTQ* youth programming, also known as “Peer Project for Youth”, offers a variety of activities, workshops, skills building, and other programming. Youth counselling is available youth and their families. Other programming includes Camp Aurora, a summer… read more »
The name “Meem” is derived from the Arabic letter “m” which stands for “majmouaat mou’azara lil-mar’a al-mithliya” (a support group for lesbian women). In Arabic, the letter looks like this: ? The letter “meem” as an initial for the word “lesbian” (mithliya) and the word “transgender” (mutahawila) also symbolizes the anonymity of lesbians and transgenders… read more »
Seventh Generation Midwives Toronto (SGMT) is a group of midwives who offer maternity care to clients from the City of Toronto, particularly those from the downtown area, and from the Aboriginal community. We have privileges at Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre. We provide midwifery care throughout pregnancy, labour, birth, and the first 6 weeks postpartum.
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 »
Family Services York Region (FSYR) offers individual, couple, family, and group counselling at our 5 offices across York Region as well as online. Fees are assessed on a sliding scale according to the individual’s income and ability to pay. No one is turned away because of inability to pay. FSYR hosts the York Rainbow Network… read more »
Since 1970, Head & Hands has been committed to the physical and mental health of our community’s youth. Today, we offer a number of medical, social, and legal services including: Information and referrals Medical clinics and special HIV testing clinics The Sense Project sex education program Legal assistance, accompaniment, and lawyer consultations Social counseling with… 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 »
Provides information to the trans* and non-trans* population about transsexuality in order to advocate together the prejudices that surround it, while contributing to the advancement of society. There are some article available in English.