Disclaimer: Please note that not all service providers listed are associated with the 2SLGBTQ+ Collaborative of Peel Region. Please ensure you are making informed decisions when connecting with the organizations and groups listed below.
For more information about organizations that are part of the 2SLGBTQ+ Collaborative of Peel Region and the services they offer, please visit our About Us page.
Associated Youth Services of Peel
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+.
Peel District School Board
The Be Well Support Line provides PDSB students in kindergarten to grade 12 and caregivers with direct access to registered mental health professionals, including professionals who identify as 2SLGBTQIA+. PDSB students and caregivers can access non-crisis, identity-specific, individual and group counselling and information and referrals to school and community mental health services.
T: 905-890-1010, ext. 2608
Submit an online service request: http://bit.ly/PDSB-BWSL
To learn more about the range of mental health services, including counselling groups available to PDSB students visit: https://www.peelschools.org/mental-health-students
(Ages 26 and under)
Toll-free Ontario-wide peer support phone line for 2SLGBTQ+ young people.
T: 1-800-268-9688 or 647-694-4275
Sherbourne Health Centre
(Ages 14 – 29 )
Supporting our Youth (SOY): Offers programming and drop-in support and mentorship for 2SLGBTQ+ youth.
Central Toronto Youth Services
(Ages 25 and under)
Offers unique programmes for 2SLGBTQ+ youth and their families.
Positive Space Network
Offers 2SLGBTQ+ Drop-In programming across Oakville, Milton, Georgetown, Acton
ConnecTions: 5PM-8PM, 1st Monday of every month. For transgender, non-binary, gender-fluid, gender-creative children ages 6-12, youth ages 13-24 and/or their families & caregivers
Offers programming for trans and gender diverse adults and youth, as well as funded counselling
McMaster Children’s Hospital, Adolescent Clinic
(Ages 12 – 17)
Clinic for trans and gender diverse care
Toronto Sick Kids Hospital Adolescent Gender Clinic
(Ages 18 and under)
East Mississauga Community Health Centre (CHC) LGBTQ+ Drop-In Programmes
6 – 8 PM: Thursdays
A weekly drop-in support social group for members of the 2SLGBTQ+ communities.
Trans Activate Drop-In
6 – 8 PM: Wednesdays
A weekly supportive and social drop-in space for Trans & Gender diverse community members. *Both programmes provide snacks and transit fare to participants. Registration is not required.
Canadian Mental Health Association Peel-Dufferin
6:30 – 8 PM: Wednesdays
Mental health support group for queer and trans folks that run weekly every Wednesday in collaboration with Moyo Health & Community Services.
Indus Community Services
6:00 – 8 PM: Thursdays
A safe space for newcomers to receive responsive personalized counselling support and information regarding settlement with a 2SLGTBQ+ lens, strengthening social networks, and decreasing isolation.
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.
- 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.
- Patients can call 905-453-1453 and ask to self-refer to the gender program
- Service providers or practitioners can send a referral letter by fax to 905-453-7498
- Patients and service providers can also refer via the referral portal online. Visit it here.
East Mississauga Communiy Health Centre
Monthly clinic. No age criteria, but only available to Mississauga residents.
2555 Dixie Rd, Unit 7
Mississauga, ON L4Y 4C4
WellFort – Bramalea Community Health Centre
40 Finchgate Blvd., #224
Bramalea, ON L6T 3J1
WellFort – Four Corners Health Centre
7205 Goreway Drive
ARCH Guelph Trans Health Clinic
89 Dawson Road Unit 15
Shelter Health Network
128 Emerald St. S.
Hamilton, ON L8N 2V5
Region of Peel Public Health – Healthy Sexuality Clinics
Located throughout Peel Region, Peel Public Health Healthy Sexuality clinics provide STI testing and treatment, HIV Point of Care testing, birth control methods at a reduced cost including IUD insertions, HPV treatment (genital wart treatment), Hepatitis A, B and HPV immunization and harm reduction supplies.
Anyone can make an appointment and no health card (OHIP) is required.
Clinic Locations can be found using the URL: http://www.peelregion.ca/health/sexuality/clinics/cli-locations.htm
The PrEP Clinic
Online & In-Person Services Include: Sexual health testing/treatment, PrEP starts or continuation, Mental wellness counselling, Free Condom/Lube/Naloxone Shipping Program.
Moyo hosts the PrEP Clinic at 7700 Hurontario St #601 Brampton, ON, L6Y 4M3 from 6-9pm every Monday.
Services and Housing in the Province
Provides a variety of housing options to those experiencing mental health issues and facing homelessness
Associated Youth Services of Peel
Offers support for housing to youth 12-17
Friends of Ruby
Offers transitional housing for 2SLGBTQ+ people. Toronto based
Parent Friends of Lesbians and Gays (PFLAG) is a nation-wide organization that deals with sexual orientation and gender identity issues from a family perspective, providing support, education, and resources.
PFLAG (Mississauga Chapter)
T: 7-888-530-6777 ext 567
PFLAG (Toronto Chapter)
PFLAG (Halton Chapter)
T: 1-888-530-6777 Ext 582