London Cross Cultural Learner Centre (LCCLC) offers a full continuum of settlement counselling to new immigrants as well as employment counselling, social support, advocacy and assistance in accessing local medical, educational and social services, job search workshops, resettlement assistance and a volunteer matching program called the Host Program.
Support / Social / Networking Groups
340 College Street Suite 500 Toronto, ON M5T 3A9
The Alliance for South Asian AIDS Prevention (ASAAP) is a community-based, non-profit, charitable organization committed to providing health promotion, support, education and advocacy in a non-discriminatory manner for those who identify as South Asian living with and affected by HIV/AIDS in the Greater Toronto Area. Services include support groups, counseling, health promotion workshops, youth initiatives, language interpretation, referrals, and modest financial assistance.
120 Carlton Street Suite 315 Toronto, ON M5A 4K3
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
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
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.
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).
Support Alternative Youth (SAY) OutLoud! is a group for open minded youth, ages 14 to mid-20s in the Quinte region (Belleville & Area).
TG Innerselves seeks to provide a safe space and support for individuals exploring their gender identity, and for those seeking to support someone who has identified as transgender. Services include peer support, informal discussion, assistance in finding professional services, workshops for organizations and businesses that are seeking to develop trans inclusive policies, and community support for individuals facing issues within the community in regards to awareness and understanding of transgender issues.
AIDS Committee of Simcoe County (ACSC) is a health promotion organization focused on HIV-related issues. They offer counseling, case management, referrals, and practical support, as well as specific programs for gay and bisexual men, trans people, and LGBT Youth. Trans* Q Simcoe is a weekly social support group for trans* individuals at the Barrie office, and the LGBT Youth Connection is a drop-in social space for LGBT youth ages 14-21 with groups in Barrie, Orillia, Angus, and Collingwood.