Arts and Recreation
Two-Spirited People of the First Nations is a non-profit social services organization serving two-spirit / Aboriginal LGBTQ+ people in the Toronto area. Services include counseling and referrals, outreach and education, community events (including social, cultural, and spiritual), volunteer programs, long-term care program, community-based Aboriginal research projects, two-spirit curriculum development project, HIV/AIDS support and prevention, harm reduction tools and materials, and quarterly newsletters.
145 Front Street East, Toronto, ON M5A 1E3
Centre for Spanish Speaking Peoples provides resources, services and support to Spanish-speaking communities. Services include HIV/AIDS awareness & prevention, Hispanic Gay-Straight Alliance / Parent Support Group, legal clinic, newcomer settlement program, support for women experiencing violence, programs for youth and kids, and volunteer opportunities.
2141 Jane Street 2nd Floor Toronto, ON M3M 1A2
The 519 Church Street Community Centre is the hub of LGBTQ+ community life in Toronto. Types of programs include LGBTQ+ newcomer settlement services, sport and recreation initiatives, research, education and training (such as Trans Access and the FTM Safer Shelter Project), community drop-in programs (including a Legal Clinic), community support services, trans community services, older LGBT services, family and children services, Fabarnak restaurant and catering, AIDS Memorial and Vigil, and providing space to hundreds of community groups for meetings and events.
CultureLink provides settlement services for newcomers in Toronto, including employment services, language training, support with housing and finances, Roma settlement services, mentorship, programs for youth and seniors, and arts and recreation programming.
Queer Arts Network (QAN) is a group for LGBTQ newcomer youth, their friends and allies. Express yourself through art, poetry, music, the spoken word, or other forms of art / multi-media.
2340 Dundas Street West Suite 301 Toronto, ON M6P 4A9
Pink Triangle Services (PTS) is a not-for-profit registered charity and social service agency providing peer support, educational, research and advocacy services for all gay, lesbian, bisexual, trans, two-spirit and queer (GLBTTQ) persons in the National Capital Region (Ottawa, Ontario).
Sudbury Action Centre for Youth offers a casual labour employment program (ages 18+), a harm reduction program, and a youth drop-in centre (ages 16-24). Services include counselling, information, support, referrals, free condoms, clean needles, safe needle disposal, community presentations, transportation assistance, resume assistance, interview preparation, computer, fax machine, Internet, free recreational activities, evening meals, housing support, and peer mentorship.