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Queer and trans-inclusive services have specific support and considerations in place for members of the LGBTQ2S+ community. BIPOC networks and organizations support those who identify as black, indigenous and people of colour. There are many more resources available that might help.


Below are resources and information for those who identify as Black, Indigenous, or as a Person of Colour.


Culture Brew

Connecting Artists with Engagers & Employers Featuring a national searchable database of Indigenous and racialized performing, literary, and media arts professionals.

Black Youth Helpline

Multicultural Helpline & Services for Children, Youth, Families, School Boards & other youth serving organizations


Canada’s most trusted resources, helpful tips and access to webinars that educate and help you create a gender inclusive environment.


Free health and wellness counselling provided by practicum students completing their Masters degrees, or low-cost counselling provided by Registered Counsellors and Social Workers.

Black Mental Health Matters

Experience culturally responsive mental health care tailored to your unique needs with BMHM's comprehensive range of personalized services.

Support Network for Inigenous Women & Women of Colour

A non-profit organization committed to the empowerment of women with food, art, and education addressing social, cultural, and political realities of BIPOC women.

South Asian Canadians Health & Social Services

Culturally and linguistically appropriate mental health, addictions, and other services, for South Asian men, women, seniors and youth, and other communities.

Healing in Colour

Directory of BIPOC therapists committed to supporting BIPOC in all intersections

Trans Care BC

A resource that helps connect to gender-affirming health and wellness supports as close to home as possible.

KUU-US Crisis Line Society

A 24-hour provincial Aboriginal crisis line for Adults/Elders and Children/Youth.

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