Face it! is a non-profit initiative that aims to promote the recognition of ethnic/racial and gender/sexual diversity within and outside Latin American* communities in Ontario. It offers an interdisciplinary space for groups and individuals who have an interest in community work along the lines of queer, feminist, indigenous, environmentalist, marginalized and anti-oppression analysis and action.
Free Access to a Registered Nurse — 24 Hours a day, 7 days a Week.
Telehealth Ontario is a free, confidential telephone service you can call to get health advice or general health information from a Registered Nurse. That means quick, easy access to a qualified health professional, who can assess your symptoms and help you decide your best first step. Telehealth Ontario can help you decide whether to care for yourself, make an appointment with your doctor, go to a clinic, contact a community service or go to a hospital emergency room.
Rainbow Health Ontario is a province-wide program that works to improve the health and well-being of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and trans people
The Professional Mentorship Program is a weekly opportunity for professional service providers across the province to call in by telephone and connect with clinicians from the Sherbourne Health Centre LGBT primary health team. The mentorship program is open to any professional (physician, nurse, social worker, mental health worker, etc.) who is already working with trans clients or who is intending to do so. Providers are invited to build knowledge, ask questions, and share experiences.
Ontario Rainbow Alliance for the Deaf (ORAD) is a not for profit organization serving Deaf, deaf, deafened, hard of hearing and hearing people who are LGBTTIQQ2S* communities in the Province of Ontario. ORAD coordinates social events, provides educational and social outreach workshops, offers queer-friendly American Sign Language (ASL) classes and interpreters, and hosts the Deaf Queer Women Against Violence Program.
African and Caribbean Council on HIV/AIDS in Ontario (ACCHO) provides leadership in the response to HIV/AIDS in African, Caribbean, and Black communities in Ontario. Programs include community outreach and engagement campaigns, capacity-building for service provision agencies, and collaborative community-based research projects. ACCHO also provides fact sheets, statistics, links, and resources.
NewYouth.ca is an online community for newcomer youth in Ontario. It offers information (both province-wide and city-specific) on immigration, school, work, law, health, and daily life, as well as videos and a discussion forum.
Settlement.org provides information for newcomers on all aspects of settlement including immigration and citizenship, housing, health, employment, education, community and recreation, legal services, and daily life.