Canadian Parents of Trans and Gender Creative Kids is a support group for parents of transgender, two-spirit, and gender creative children. Le groupe de Parents d’enfants transgenres Canada est un groupe d’entraide pour les parents des enfants transgenres. This group is focused on non-judgemental support and information sharing. We know that all members love and want… read more »
An Introduction to Lower-income,Sex-working and Street-involved Transgendered, Transsexual & Two-Spirit Service Users in Toronto Introduction Welcome to Trans Programming at The 519.Our trans programme is a multiservice programme that is primarily for lower income and/or street active transsexuals,transgendered and Two-Sprit identified people.(TS/TG/2-S).Here we do all sorts of things as a service for the TS/TG/2-S… read more »
What’s the difference between trans, transgender, and transsexual? Digital producer Jessica Roy gives a quick lesson on trans terminology. http://fusion.net/Culture/video/primer-trans-vocabulary-416381
Supporting Transgender and Gender Creative Youth brings together cuttingedge research, social action methods, and theory on the topic of transgender youth and gender creative children. Organized in three sections covering theoretical and clinical, educational, and community perspectives, the chapters specifically address issues and challenges in education, social work, medicine, and counseling as well as recommendations… read more »
First Tuesday of every month! Do you have a child or youth who is gender creative, gender independent, gender non-conforming or transgender? Are you interested in meeting with other parents? Are you looking for support, connection and resources? Family Services Ottawa and the Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario have collaborated to host an ongoing support… read more »
This is a little story for children of all ages and genders about Layce the caterpillar who is being teased by friends for the differences between them. Learn how with a little help from a wise new friend Layce discovers the “I am Unique” statement that helps to build further confidence and self esteem.
Action Santé Travesties et Transsexuel(le)s du Québec (ASTTeQ) has recently launched its trans health guidebook for health care and social service providers, called Taking Charge. It was created as a tool to educate a wide spectrum of health care and social service providers, ranging from social workers, lawyers, family doctors, endocrinologists, mental health professionals, nurses,… read more »
LGBTTQ+ Around the Rainbow is a community-based program which provides a full range of education, counselling and support services offered by Family Services Ottawa.
The Well provides peer lead support groups for queer and trans adults and youth as well as one-on-one support, advocacy, referrals and accompaniment. We deliver- for a fee- TRANS 101 and Positive Space Trainings for agencies and providers. We also offer a once monthly professionally facilitated support meeting for parents/guardians of trans/gender non-conforming children and… read more »
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 »