Disclaimer: Please note that the resources below are not endorsed or necessarily connected to the organizations that make up the Rainbow Salad Network. Please ensure you are making informed decisions when accessing these resources and connecting with a healthcare provider when making decisions that may impact your health. Have feedback about any of the resources mentioned here? Want to recommend a resource for this page? Contact us at

Queen Square Family Health Team

Transgender and non-binary clients are a priority at Queen Square Family Health Team (QSFHT). QSFHT provides individuals with safe, supportive, and gender-affirming health and counselling services.

They Offer:

•Education and information

•Support for social, medical, and legal transition

•Surgical assessments

•Sexual health and screening

•Provide clients with access to medically supervised transition and psychosocial transition support in a culturally safe environment

•Supervised transition (hormonal therapy and/or surgery)

•Culturally safe clinic space

•Services are open to anyone seeking Gender Affirming services.

For referrals:

Patients can call 905-453-1453 and ask to self-refer to the gender programService providers or practitioners can send a referral letter by fax to 905-453-7498Patients and service providers can also refer via the referral portal online. Visit it

Foria Clinic

Gender-affirming care, made for you.
(647) 494-4107
Foria – Experts in Virtual Gender-Affirming Care (

Women's College Hospital

Women's College Hospital is a teaching hospital in Toronto that maintains a focus on women's health, research in women's health, and ambulatory care.

Access Their Transition-Related Surgeries:
T: 416-323-6400

Trans Pride Toronto

Trans Pride Toronto's mission is to improve the lives and wellbeing of Trans/2Spirit, Black, and non-binary identities who experience homelessness, marginalization, poverty, and transphobia through low barrier, accessible, and equitable access to housing, employment, harm reduction services, and drop-in services.
T: 647-607-7423

Sherbourne Health

Sherbourne Health offers a wide range of primary healthcare programs and services to lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, two-spirited, intersex, queer or questioning individuals.  

T: 416-324-4180

Rainbow Health Ontario is a program of Sherbourne Health that creates opportunities for the healthcare system to better serve LGBT2SQ communities.

Access Their Trans Health Knowledge Base:

T: 416-324-4100


Canadian Mental Health Association Ontario is a non-profit, charitable organization committed to making mental health possible for all.
Access Mental Health Services for Gender-Diverse and Sexual-Minority Youth:

T: 1-800-875-6213

Dr. McLean

Dr. McLean is a plastic surgeon with more than 25 years of experience who offers FTM top surgery at the McLean Clinic in Mississauga, Ontario.

T: 1-855-311-7722

The Hospital for Sick Children
SickKids, affiliated with the University of Toronto, is Canada's most research-intensive hospital and the largest center dedicated to improving children's health in the country.  

Access Their Transgender Youth Clinic:

For additional information contact the Nurse Practitioner at 416-813-7654 ext. 203569.  

For appointments and referrals, call the Clinical Coordinator at 416-813-5097.

T: 416-813-1500 (General Inquiries)  

Visage Clinic

Cosmetic plastic surgery practice in Toronto offering a wide range of procedures.

Access Their Gender Confirming Surgeries:

T: 416- 929-9800


BindersOUT is a binder exchange program created to give trans and nonbinary folks access to affordable (and safe!) chest binding.


GrS Montreal

A plastic surgery clinic in Montreal, focused on Gender Affirmation Surgeries.

T: 514-288-2097

Kyle's Place

Kyle’s Place is a trans and non-binary prioritized space that is committed to fostering community, solidarity, support, advocacy and access to resources, particularly for community members who are marginalized due to race, class, age, mental health and abilities. Kyle’s Place uses a peer/mutual aid model and values the knowledge gained from lived experience.

Kyle’s Place is home to
transParent Hamilton-Niagara which offers advocacy workshops and support to parents/guardians of trans and non-binary youth; The Brody Brown Name Change Fund which assists with the financial burden of changing legal documents; and The TransForm Pop-up Shop which is a social enterprise supporting trans and non-binary folks with paid employment skills and experience.

They also offer a once monthly older trans peer support group, a food pantry, clothing swaps and a weekly afternoon social drop-in.

Kyle’s Place offers no cost meeting space and a place to host events for grassroots agencies that are committed to and work from an anti-racist/anti-oppression perspective.

Founded in 1997, is a worker-owned co-operative located in Ontario, Canada. Owned-and-operated by trans and gender variant folks, They're here to make finding gender gear simple, easy, and affordable. They wear, read, and use all of the stuff we stock, and we only carry products they truly love!

Action Canada for Sexual Health & Rights

Action Canada for Sexual Health & Rights
is a progressive, pro-choice charitable organization committed to advancing and upholding sexual and reproductive health and rights in Canada and globally.

Find Sexual Health Services Near You:

Sexual Health Information Hub:

T: 613-241-4474

Planned Parenthood Toronto

We are a pro-choice community health centre that advances and advocates for the sexual health, health, and well being of youth.

Teen Health Source:

T: 416-961-0113

Clinics who can provide PrEP

PrEP, or Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis, is a highly effective way for people at high risk to have more control over their sex lives and protect themselves from HIV.

Digital Informational Resources

HIV, Hepatitis C & COVID-19 from CATIE (available in French here:

How does PrEP prevent HIV? | CATIEinfo (available in French here:

PEP: Preventing HIV after a potential exposure | CATIEinfo (available in French here:

CMHA Peel-Dufferin Crisis Line

If you are in a mental health crisis, we can help 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

All ages in Peel call: 905-278-9036 24.7 Crisis Support Peel Dufferin.

Over 18 years in Dufferin, call: 1-888-811-2222 24.7 Crisis Support Peel Dufferin.

Under 18 years in Dufferin County, call 519-941-1530 Dufferin Child & Youth Mental Health Crisis Line.

Umbrella Mental Health Network

A Network of Queer and Trans-identified Mental Health Professionals Who Serve the 2SLGBTQIA Community.

T: 647-687-6543

AYSP Youth Beyond Barriers Program

AYSP offers office-based, outreach and virtual counselling programs for youth, ages 12-17, and at times their caregivers. Programs focus on managing mental health issues; school/employment issues; housing and connection to services, including transitions to adult services; and support for youth who identify as 2SLGBTQ+.

LGBT YouthLine

LGBT YouthLine is a Queer, Trans, Two-Spirit* youth-led organization that affirms and supports the experiences of youth (29 and under) across Ontario. They do this by:

•Providing anonymous peer support and referrals;

•Training youth to provide support to other youth; and

•Providing resources so youth can make informed decisions.

Phone line: 1-800-268-9688
Text line: 647-694-4275
Live chat:
Resource database:

T: 416-962-2232 or toll free at 1-888-687-9688

Friends of Ruby

Friends of Ruby is dedicated to the progressive well-being of LGBTQI2S youth (aged 16-29) through mental health services, social services and housing. Their approach is comprehensive, involving mind, body and community – wherever you are on your personal journey.

Drop-In Services and Youth Centre Programming:

T: 416-359-0237

2 Spirits in Motion Society launched in November 2021 with the support of it’s funding partner ‘Indigenous Services Canada’ accompanied by the mandate to produce a digital space that shares the ‘Good News’ for and by 2 Spirit / Indigiqueer / LGBTQIAA+ Indigenous Youth across colonially defined ‘Canada’.

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