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LGBTQ RESOURCES

GENERAL RESOURCES

519 Church Street Community Centre

416-392-6874
519 Church Street, Toronto ON, M4Y 2C9

A community centre that addresses a wide range of issues, specifically those relating to the LGBT community. More information at http://www.the519.org/

Central Toronto Youth Services

416-924-2100
65 Wellesley Street East, Suite 300, Toronto ON, M4Y 1G7

Free counselling for youth 25 and under, with a division focused on LGBT youth. More information at http://www.ctys.org/

Family Service Toronto: David Kelley Services (DKS)

416-595-9618
355 Church Street, Toronto ON, M5B 1Z8

Provides professional individual, couple and family counselling to people who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, queer, or are questioning their gender identity and/or sexual orientation. More information at https://familyservicetoronto.org/our-services/programs-and-services/david-kelley-services/

Hassle-Free Clinic

Men’s/Trans Clinic: 416-922-0603
Women’s/Trans Clinic: 416-922-0566


66 Gerrard Street East, 2nd floor, Toronto ON, M5B 1G3

Sexual health clinic offering free services including check-ups and anonymous STI testing, with a focus on female health, including birth control. Separate clinics for men and women. More information at http://hasslefreeclinic.org/

Lesbian/Gay/Bi Youth Line

416-962-9688
Toll-free: 1-800-268-9688
Text: 647-694-2475

Call-in and live chat available. Provides support and information, as well as hate crime reporting, for members of the queer community. More information at http://www.youthline.ca/

LGBTout

Office: 21 Sussex Ave, Room 510, Toronto ON, M5S 1J6
Drop-in Centre: 73 St. George Street, Toronto ON M5S 2E5

The main lesbian/gay/bisexual/transsexual/transgender student group on the University of Toronto St George campus, offering informational resources and support. Volunteer-run, with a drop-in centre located in the archway of Sir Daniel Wilson Residence. More information at http://lgbtout.sa.utoronto.ca/

PFLAG

416-406-6378
Inquiries/Office: 416-406-1727
200 Wolverleigh Boulevard, Toronto ON, M4C 1S2

Main line online 24 hours. A support network for parents and families of gay/lesbian/bisexual/transsexual/transgender persons. More information at http://torontopflag.org/

Rainbow Health Ontario

416-324-4100
333 Sherbourne Street, Toronto ON, M5A 2S5

Full-service health care centre providing general health care, LGBT-specific primary health care, complementary/alternative health services, and a variety counselling services, including LGBT mental health counselling, family services, and others. More information at https://www.rainbowhealthontario.ca/

Two-Spirited People of the First Nations

416-944-9300
145 Front Street East, Suite 105, Toronto ON, M5A 1E3

Counselling, information, and support for Aboriginal gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender people in Toronto. More information at http://2spirits.com/

University of Toronto Sexual & Gender Diversity Office (SGDO)

416-946-5624
21 Sussex Ave, Suites 416-417, Toronto ON, M5S 1J6

Dedicated to and works towards addressing discrimination based on sexual and gender diversity, the LGBTQ Resources and Programs office offers a wide range of supports and services to students, staff, and faculty on all three UofT campuses. More information http://sgdo.utoronto.ca/

Supporting Our Youth (SOY)

416-324-5077
333 Sherbourne Street, 2nd Floor, Toronto ON, M5A 2S5

A program designed to improve the lives of lesbian, gay bisexual, transsexual, and transgender youth in Toronto through the active involvement of youth and adult communities run out of the Sherbourne Health Centre. More information at http://soytoronto.org/

Sherbourne Health Center

Appointments: 416-324-4180
Reception: 416-324-5062


333 Sherbourne Street, Toronto ON M5A 2S5

Full-service health centre providing general health care, LGBT-specific primary health care, complementary/alternative health services, and a variety of counselling services. Hours and more information at http://sherbourne.on.ca/

 
 

TRANS-SPECIFIC RESOURCES

519 Church Street Community Centre: Trans Services

416-392-6874
519 Church Street, Toronto ON, M4Y 2C9

Offers several programs for trans individuals, including a food drop, support groups for FTM and trans men, and trans sex workers. More information at http://www.the519.org/programs/category/trans-specific 

The Gay/Bi/Queer Transmen Working Group

416-964-3555

Group comprised of trans and non-trans community embers and service providers in Toronto and Ottawa working to educate and raise awareness around HIV prevention and sexual health issues facing gay/bi/queer trans men. More information at http://www.queertransmen.org/

Trans_Fusion Crew

416-324-5078


333 Sherbourne Street, 2nd Floor, Toronto ON, M5A 2S5

A weekly support group for trans and Two-Spirit youth aged 26 and under and their allies, sponsored by Supporting our Youth (SOY). More information at http://www.soytoronto.org/programs/trans-fusion-crew

Two-Spirited People of the First Nations

416-944-9300
145 Front Street East, Suite 105, Toronto ON, M5A 1E3

Counselling, information, and support for Aboriginal gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender people in Toronto. More information at http://2spirits.com/

THRIVE!

416-394-8986
248 Queen Street East, Toronto ON, M5A 1S3

A group based out of Fred Victor Employment Centre focusing on employability skills and housing issues for trans folk to build skills.