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The resources on this page have been compiled to provide you with comprehensive information about 2SLGBTQ+ organizations, publications, cultural resources that you may find useful in connecting with local and international communities. Click the different tabs to view different categories.
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Supports and enhances the positive voices of people of faith, ministries, and organizations who work to eliminate religious discrimination and to provide safe and brave spaces for people to explore their spirituality, without any fear of exclusion.
Centre for Newcomers
Offers collaborative support services and provides training opportunities for people who are new to Canada. Their LGBTQ+ Newcomers Service is a comprehensive resource for gender and sexually diverse permanent residents, asylum or refugee seekers, or folks under any other status.
Centre for Sexuality
Offers a variety of 2SLGBTQ+ supports and services including but not limited to: GSA resources, men’s health initiatives, and a summer camp for queer youth. They provide comprehensive and inclusive sexual health information through their training centre, and professional counselling services that specialize in sexuality and sexual health.
End of the Rainbow Foundation
Provides a number of services for refugees and newcomers: the Calgary LGBTQ+ Refugee Centre; the Calgary Rainbow Railroad Station, settling SOGIESC refugees from outside Canada; and a variety of volunteer run support groups and mentor services.
Get access to expert gender-affirming care & hormone therapy from the comfort of your home. Foria offers virtual appointments to get access to HRT. For more information on how their assessment process works, and to book a consult, visit their website.
Guided by Indigenous teachings, Miskanawah offers evidence-informed, supportive services to people in the Calgary area as they strengthen their circles of self, family, community, and culture. Hosts the Diamond Willow Youth Lodge program.
Pride At Work Canada
Through dialogue, education and thought leadership, Pride at Work Canada empowers employers to foster workplace cultures that recognize LGBTQ2+ employees as an important part of a diverse and effective workforce.
SORCe (Safe Communities Opportunity & Resource Centre) is a multi-agency collaborative that connects people experiencing or at risk of homelessness, to programs and services that can help to address the barriers to stable housing.
Non-profit health and social services organization that has provides integrated and accessible supports and thoughtful, comprehensive care to Calgarians. With a full complement of health, housing, and community programs, the Alex is a hub of supports and outreach services for people who are experiencing poverty, trauma, social isolation, or health challenges including addiction.