The altView Foundation is celebrating 10 years of providing services, programs and supports for LGBTQ2S+ communities in rural Alberta. The altView Foundation has several programs currently running or in development.
-thought OUT an all ages discussion group -a community outreach program with a focus on education -Status of Queer, an annual conference for rural communities -Rainbow Alliance, a youth group for Fort Saskatchewan -Breaking Down Walls, a series of monthly mini-conferences focused on engaging and empowering LGBT+ women, non-binary and Two Spirit individuals -Our advocacy and facilitation support program for rural Alberta Gay Straight Alliances -OUTlet, a monthly set of groups in Sherwood Park for LGBTQ2S+ youth and the adults in their lives
TESA’s mission is to be a witness to and a voice for matters concerning trans Albertans. TESA was formed in the hopes that building a traditional non-profit advocacy group would open opportunities for formal engagement with authorities who otherwise overlook the unique needs of the larger trans community.
Address: PO Box 2053 Edmonton Main Edmonton, AB T5J2P4
Camp fYrefly is Canada’s only national leadership retreat for lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans-identified, two-spirited, intersexed, queer, questioning, and allied youth between the ages of 14 and 24. The Camp is designed to help youth develop the leadership skills and personal resiliency necessary for them to become agents for positive change in their schools, families, and communities.
Address: 7-104 Education North Building University of Alberta Edmonton, AB T6G2G5
Whether embarking on one of life’s most exciting adventures—like getting married or having children—or going through a challenging, traumatic situation, The Family Centre will help you move forward positively. We can support you to effectively navigate through change, raise healthy children, develop strong and healthy relationships, and heal from trauma. And we do it in a way that respects your personal values and beliefs. Programs available for LGBTQ+.
Since 1992, the Sexual Minorities Liaison Committee (SMLC), a group of volunteer community members, has worked with Edmonton Police Service (EPS) for the public safety and security needs of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, transsexual, two-spirited, and queer (LGBTQ) community
For general policing questions or concerns related to the sexual minority community, please contact our liaison committee at email@example.com. All inquiries will be treated confidentially.
OUTreach is the University of Alberta’s student-run group focused on creating a fun, safe, and supportive space for anyone who is interested in exploring their sexual or gender identity. Socializing with others, learning about diversity, and discovering one’s self is key to a positive student life on campus and beyond. OUTreach meets once a week during the fall and winter semesters, and hosts or participates in a variety of public and inclusive events throughout the year.
Support services for people affected with HIV / AIDS, an info line, counseling, referrals, support groups, preventive education programs, a resource centre, speakers bureau, Gay Men’s Outreach Crew (GMOC), advocacy and public awareness.
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