Services for 2SLGBTQ+ Youth


2 Spirited People of the First Nations

2 Spirited People of the First Nations is a non-profit social services organization whose membership consists of Aboriginal gay and lesbian, bisexual and transgendered people in Toronto.

145 Front Street East, Suite 105 Toronto, ON M5A 1E3
Front & Frederick


Egale Youth Outreach

Mental Health Counselling and Drop-in Centre for LGBTQ2S Youth experiencing homelessness. Egale has many support workers to help with practical needs ranging from housing, food access, access health care, navigating government services, filling out forms, applying for odsp/ow, employment, transition support, etc.

290 Shuter Street, Level 1, Toronto, ON M5A 1W7
Parliament & Shuter


Supporting Our Youth (SOY)

SOY seeks to improve the lives of queer youth age 16-29 in Toronto through the active involvement of youth and adult communities. It offers a wide variety of groups for Newcomer/Immigrant youth, Black Queer Youth, Trans youth, arts based programs and mentoring for queer youth.

333 Sherbourne St. 2nd Floor Toronto, ON M5A 2S5
Jarvis St & Carlton St

The 519

The 519 offers various supports to the Toronto LGBTTQ community. Including transition support, anti-violence initiatives, anti-poverty & homelessness initiatives and a number of community drop in programs throughout the week.

519 Church St Toronto, ON M4Y 2C9
Church & Wellesley


Central Toronto Youth Services (CTYS) – Pride and Prejudice Program

CTYS’ Pride and Prejudice Program offers unique programs for lesbian, gay, bisexual, intersex, transgender, transsexual and questioning youth under 25. They offer individual counselling and group counselling along with their BOYOBOY program which is a biweekly, drop-in workshop series for younger gay/bi/queer/trans males.

65 Wellesley St E, Suite 300 Toronto, ON M4Y 1G7
Church & Wellesley

LGBTQ at the J

LGBTQ at the J strives to be the heart of Toronto’s LGBTQ+ Jewish community, providing queer Jews opportunities to gather, celebrate and thrive. We aim for the full inclusion and celebration of LGBTQ+ Jews across Jewish communal institutions, in Jewish life, arts and cultural initiatives, and informal and formal education and more.

750 Spadina Ave. Toronto, ON M5S 2J2
Bloor & Spadina


LGBT YouthLine

The LGBT YouthLine is a toll-free service provided by Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Transexual, Two spirited or queer youth to Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Transexual, Two spirited, queer or questioning youth 29 and under. They also offer online peer support through text, email or online forums.



Centre for Addiction and Mental Health – Rainbow Services Addictions Program

Provides counselling to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and transsexual people who are concerned about their use of drugs and alcohol.

60 White Squirrel Way, Toronto, ON M6J 1H4
Queen & Ossington

1-800-463-2338 ext. 4647

Salaam Canada

Salaam Canada is a volunteer-run national organization dedicated to creating space for people who identify as both Muslim and queer and trans.

519 Church Street Toronto, ON M4Y 2C9
Church & Wellesley


Toronto District School Board – Triangle Program

Canada’s only classroom for LGBTI2Q Youth Grades 9 – 12. The Triangle Program is one of three programs that make up Oasis Alternative Secondary School. This full-time TDSB program offers you the structure, support and a community of gay, lesbian, bisexual, straight and transgender peers to obtain your high school education.

115 Simpson Avenue Toronto, ON M4K 1A1
Logan & Simpson


Parents, Families and Friends of Lesbians and Gays (PFLAG)

PFlag is a national organization that helps all Canadians with questions of sexual orientation, gender identity and gender expression. PFLag supports, educates and provides resources to all individuals 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

200 Wolverleigh Blvd Toronto ON M4C 1S2
Danforth & Coxwell

Unison Health & Community Services

Unison Health and Community Services offers a range of FREE counselling and support services for lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, two-spirited, intersex, queer or questioning individuals. We provide a safe environment where individuals can work on their goals and overall well-being.

416-645-7575 ext. 2050

Hope for Wellness Helpline

The Hope for Wellness Help Line offers immediate mental health counselling and crisis intervention to all Indigenous peoples across Canada.


Miziwe Biik Aboriginal Employment and Training

Miziwe Biik provides the Greater Toronto Area’s Aboriginal community with training initiatives and employment services.

167-169 Gerrard Street East Toronto, ON M5A 2E4
Gerrard & Sherbourne


Ontario Federation of Indigenous Friendship Centres

Friendship Centres are non-for-profit and charity corporations that are mandated to serve the needs of urban Indigenous people by providing culturally appropriate services in urban communities.

219 Front Street East Toronto, ON M5A 1E8
Front & Lower Sherbourne