The National Association of Lesbian and Gay Addiction Professionals
The National Association of Lesbian and Gay Addiction Professionals is a membership organization founded in 1979 dedicated
to the prevention and treatment of alcoholism, substance abuse, and other addictions in lesbian/gay/bisexual/transgender communities.
NALGAP's mission is to confront homophobia and heterosexism in the delivery of services to LGBT people and to advocate for
LGBT-affirming programs and services. NALGAP provides information, training, networking and advocacy, and support for addiction
professionals, individuals in recovery, and others concerned about LGBT health.
Alcohol, Tobacco & Other Drug Problems & Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender (LGBT) Individuals
The Queer Muslim Community of Toronto. An organization dedicated to Muslims who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transsexual
and/or transgender, as well as those questioning their sexual orientation or gender identity, and their friends.
Sherbourne Health Centre
The Sherbourne Health Centre, located in the heart of Toronto's gay community, offers comprehensive health care to our diverse
and vibrant communities - lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, transsexual, two-spirited, intersex, queer, or questioning.
A community partner of CAMH.
Family Pride Network
Family Pride Canada is a national online resource centre for queer parents, prospective queer parents, partners, children,
families, allies, and other families with LGBT members.
David Kelley Lesbian and Gay Community Counselling Program
At Family Service Association of Toronto, all of the staff and volunteers working in our David Kelley Lesbian and Gay Community
Counselling Program are lesbians or gay men. According to the term, "lesbian" and "gay" are only two of the ways that people
in the queer community describe their sexual orientation. Some feel more connected to, and participate actively in, the visible
les/bi/gay communities. Some may have a stronger identification with their religious affiliations or ethnic/racial communities.
A CAMH community partner.
Southern Ont Gay and Lesbian Doctors Association (SOGLAD)
SOGLAD is a Toronto-based group of physicians and medical students who are interested in the health issues of particular concern
to gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgendered people. We address these issues through professional, educational, social and
TRANS-Canada seeks to positively change the way society and the medical and legal communities view transsexual, transgendered
and other gender variant people. Their mission is to provide a forum for the collection and dissemination of information regarding
the issues which affect the trans community as a whole, as well as acting as a clearing house for news and resources in general.
They urge all related organisations to join in providing links to their respective web sites.
AIDS Committee of Toronto
The AIDS Committee of Toronto (ACT) is a community-based, charitable organization that provides support, HIV prevention and
education services for people living with and at risk for HIV/AIDS. ACT works with gay and bisexual men, Portuguese-speaking
communities, youth and women at increased risk for HIV infection, to develop and deliver HIV/AIDS prevention education and
outreach programs. A CAMH community partner.
The 519 Community Centre
The 519 is a meeting place and focus for its vital and varied downtown community. Within a supportive environment it responds
to community issues and needs by supplying the resources and opportunities to foster self-determination. It is committed to
principles of accessibility, voluntarism, individual dignity and value, participation and celebration.
The Lesbian and Gay Community Appeal (LGCA)
The LGCA is the only foundation of its kind in Canada - to build and support individuals and groups that enhance the development
of the LGBT communities. Since 1980, the LGCA Foundation has raised funds through an annual giving program and special initiatives.
Through the generosity of individuals and businesses, the LGCA Foundation is able to provide much-needed funding for projects
and programs in the areas of education, health, human rights and arts and culture. LGCA is supports and works with Rainbow
Services at CAMH.