Service Provider Directory

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.

Youth Beyond Barriers

Ages 12 – 17

Provides support for youth who identify from the queer and trans community. Offers a weekly support group to address social issues and issues of identity, identity in relation to the community, oppression and the way in which identity is interconnected. Program also offers 1:1 counseling.

T: 905-890-5222, ext. 1254

LGBT YouthLine

(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.
T: 416-924-2100

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

T: 905-339-3525, ext. 295 or 289-208-0886

The 519

Offers programming for trans and gender diverse adults and youth, as well as funded counselling

T: 416-392-6874

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

QX Drop-In

6 – 8 PM: Thursdays

A weekly drop-in support scial 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

Queer Minds

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

Intersections Program

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.

Moyo Health & Community Services

Moyo Mondays

6:30 – 8PM: Mondays

Recreation space for 2SLGBTQ+ community members. Each Monday is structured around an activity such as Dodgeball or Movie Nights.

Systems Navigation, Supportive Counselling, Case Management for queer & and trans folks newly diagnosed with HIV/AIDS in the region.

Harm Reduction Programming & Services for individuals who identify as queer and trans.

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
T: 905-602-4082

WellFort – Bramalea Community Health Centre

40 Finchgate Blvd., #224
Bramalea, ON L6T 3J1
T: 905-451-6959

WellFort – Four Corners Health Centre

Westwood Square
7205 Goreway Drive
Mississauga, ON

ARCH Guelph Trans Health Clinic

89 Dawson Road Unit 15
Guelph, ON
T: 1-800-282-4505

Shelter Health Network

128 Emerald St. S.
Hamilton, ON L8N 2V5
T: 905-526-7137

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.

T: 905-799-7700

Clinic Locations can be found using the URL:


Ontario Prevention Clinic/ 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.

Online appointments available at or through the free app “The PrEP Clinic”. Walk-in sexual health clinic Monday evenings 6pm-9pm at Toronto site (344 Bloor St West, Unit 401).

T: 416-420-1250 Call, text, 7 days a week until midnight.



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)
T: 416-606-1727

PFLAG (Halton Chapter)
T: 1-888-530-6777 Ext 582

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