Local

Trans Peer Support. Meetings will be held at Freeman House. For more information, contact us or Family Service of Western Nova Scotia.

Pride Lunenburg. Local events and gatherings in the Lunenburg County area for the rainbow community and their allies.

PFLAG. Has a local chapter in Bridgewater as well as a toll-free line at 1.888.530.6777, extension 224. The line is 24/7 and supports anyone with questions about LGTBQ2 issues.

South Shore Rainbow Families. Facebook page for LGBTQ2 families and their allies.

The Youth ProjectThe Youth Project is a non-profit charitable organization dedicated to providing support and services to youth, 25 and under, around issues of sexual orientation and gender identity. They have a provincial mandate and travel around the province to meet with youth in other communities, including locally.

The ElderberriesAre you fifty or older; lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, or two-spirited and looking for a mixed social group beyond the bar scene? NSRAP Elderberries may be the group for you. Not from Halifax? Join anyway: many out-of-town members enjoy our newsletters. There are now more than 100 members.

Provincial

The Youth ProjectThe Youth Project is a non-profit charitable organization dedicated to providing support and services to youth, 25 and under, around issues of sexual orientation and gender identity. They have a provincial mandate and travel around the province to meet with youth in other communities.

Nova Scotia Rainbow Action ProjectNSRAP seeks to foster change in our communities and our society at large so that people of all sexual orientations and gender identities are valued and included. They offer community development, networking, outreach, education, and political action.

Pride Health. Initiative by the previous Capital Health (Halifax and area) district to respond to the needs of the LGBTQ2S community.

Pride Health: Trans Health Guide. Information specific to people who identify as trans, and their health needs.

Pride Health: Gender Affirming Surgery Information. The process is now covered by provincial health information. See the site for more info.

South House Gender and Sexuality Resource Centre. A gender justice centre close to Dalhousie University that welcomes people of all genders. Workshops and resources are available to everyone through the site.

National

Trans Lifeline. This crisis line is staffed by people who are trans* for people who are trans* or are questioning whether they might be. It’s 1 877 330 6366.

Canadian Centre for Gender and Sexual Diversity. Promotes diversity in gender identity, gender expression, and romantic and/or sexual orientation in all its forms on a national level through services in the areas of education, health, and advocacy.

International

GLSEN: Gay, Lesbian, Straight Education Network. An organization out of the U.S. that provides support and educators’ resources to make schools safe for members of the rainbow community.