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Meraki Health Centre serves populations who need specialised or interdisciplinary care, including: pediatric Gender Variance Program, adult Gender Variance Program, pediatrics, adolescent medicine, physical and occupational therapy.
March 1, 2022
Black-led, active-listening based support line based in Tiohtià:ke (Montreal), with priority for Black, Indigenous, other racialised people, those who are 2SLGBTQ+, disabled, and/or immigrants.
The Vicky project is led by kër nomad, an afrofeminist collective dedicated to holding space for Black (trans and cis) women and non-binary people. It is supported by a wider network of people who study or have studied in key fields (e.g. psychology, sociology, social work, alternative therapies), who work or have worked mainly in the health or community sector.
Gender Creative Kids is a non-profit based in Montreal that empowers parents and their children, educates communities, offers innovative and evidence-informed resources, and advocates for the rights of trans and non-binary youth. Gender Creative Kids organises virtual support and discussion groups for families of trans youth, facilitates school training, offers resources (available online) for youth, parents, and/or allies, and more.
YTF offers pre-employment skills training for women, ages 15-30, who identify as having a disability (of any kind) in both English and French with a new cohort starting every five months.
April 20, 2021
Free resources and information for those suffering from mesothelioma cancer and other asbestos diseases
January 19, 2021
Not-for-profit community organization whose mission is to serve and promote the health, well-being and vitality of the English-speaking population of the Outaouais.
December 2, 2020
Volunteer-based organization who believe in a vital future for our community. Serve the English-speaking population of Rouyn-Noranda.
The Assistance and Referral Centre (ARC) promotes access to health and social services in English in the Montérégie South Shore, a culturally diverse territory where more than half of the region’s 180,000 English-speakers call home.
Non-profit community organization dedicated to improving access to health and social services for the English-speaking families of the MRC-Deux-Montages/Mirabel Sud
Non-profit organization whose mission is to serve and promote the well-being of members of the English-speaking community of the Lanaudière region.
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