Links to Resources
Here are some of our resources that have helped us not only with the work we do, but have made vast improvements in promoting the health and well-being of trans people. They have a lot of useful information on their websites for anyone looking to increase their knowledge, find more information, or further their understanding of trans rights.
Rainbow Health Ontario
Rainbow Health Ontario works to improve the health and well being of LGBTQ people in Ontario, and to increase access to competent and LGBTQ friendly health care services across the province.
The 519 is a City of Toronto organization and registered charity dedicated to advocacy for the inclusion of LGBTQ communities.
CPATH is the largest national multidisciplinary, professional organization in the world, working to support the health, wellbeing, and dignity of trans and gender diverse people.
The Women's College Hospital is one of the leading research institutes and health care facilities for women's health. Much of our research is conducted through WCH
2-Spirited People of the 1st Nations
2-Spirits provides prevention education and support for 2-Spirit, including First Nations, Métis and Inuit people living with or at risk for HIV and related co-infections in the Greater Toronto Area.
People with AIDS Toronto
We engage people living with HIV/AIDS in enhancing their health and well-being through practical and therapeutic support services and broader social change, and we inspire them to live into their dreams and discoveries.
Asian Community AIDS Services (ACAS) is a charitable, non-profit, community-based organization located in Toronto, Canada. We provide safer sex education and services to the East and Southeast Asian communities and support services to persons living with HIV/AIDS and members of the LGBTQ communities.
PASAN is a community-based prisoner health and harm reduction organization that provides support, education and advocacy to prisoners and ex-prisoners across Canada.
Black CAP is Canada’s largest Black specific AIDS service organization.Black CAP works to create culturally relevant outreach, prevention and support services for people infected with, affected by, or at risk of contracting HIV.
AIDS Committee Toronto works to reduce new HIV infections in Toronto and promotes the independence, dignity, health and well-being of people living with HIV and AIDS and those at increased risk of HIV.
ASAAP`s work is focused on areas that many South Asians find uncomfortable facing, such as sexuality, sexual health and homophobia.
Africans in Partnership Against AIDS is a volunteer-driven, charitable AIDS Service Organization serving African communities in Toronto. APAA provides unique HIV/AIDS education and support in a linguistically and culturally appropriate manner to African peoples.