Everyone should feel safe, supported, and at home in our corridor communities. Whether you identify as queer, transgender, two-spirited, and/or questioning, or you’re the parent of a gender-diverse child or youth, there are resources and programs available. Being informed builds inclusive, caring, and safe communities.
Trans Care BC
Understand the concepts, definitions, terms and expressions used when talking about trans identity, gender, sexual orientation and health and wellness.
Find information on care supports, hormone therapy and more.
WAVAW - Counselling and Support Groups
One-to-one counselling for Indigenous people of marginalized genders, including trans and cis women, as well as trans, non-binary, and Two Spirit people seeking health, wellness, and safety.
BC Children’s Hospital Gender Clinic
Learn more about BC Children's Hospital Gender Clinic - providing treatment options to transgender & gender-diverse youth and young adults.
*doctor referral required.
Sea to Sky Allies
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Sea to Sky Allies will offer monthly conversations or events that directly support parents, caregivers and allies, in their journey of acceptance and allyship.
Pflag Canada is a national charitable organization, founded by parents who wished to help themselves and their family members understand and accept their non-heterosexual children.
Howe Sound Women's Centre
LGBTQ2S survivors of gender-based violence and sexual assault.
Gender Diverse Outreach services.
Sexual Assault Support and Third Party Reporting.
A specialized resource worker is available 24/7 at: 604-389-9168
Family Services of the North Shore
PROUD2BE LGBTQ2S+ support - provides a safe place for those who identify as LGBTQ2S+ to talk about how that feels – and how hard it can be sometimes.
Support is available for parents and family members too!
Urban Native Youth Assoctiation
UNYA's 2-Spirit Collective provides support, resources, and programming for Indigenous youth, ages 15 to 30, who identify as 2-spirit or LGBTQ+, and for those who are questioning their sexual or gender identities.
Inclusion of resources is not a recommendation or endorsement by the curators of this site.