ReachOUT - Multilingual Services for Newcomer LGBTT2IQQ Youth in Toronto

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Organization: Griffin Centre
Contact: newcomer@griffin-centre.org
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The ReachOUT Newcomer Network is a project that provides free multilingual settlement services to youth in Toronto who are Permanent Residents in Canada, including Government Assisted Refugees. Their primary focus is youth who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, transsexual, two-spirited, intersex, queer and questioning (LGBTT2IQQ) youth, and their allies, friends and/or families.

A staff of eight LGBTQ people work with community partners to provide support for LGBTT2IQQ youth who are new to Canada.

ReachOUT is a project of the Griffin Centre.

Who can access ReachOUT Services?

  • Individuals under the age of 30 (see group details regarding specific age limits)
  • Identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, transsexual, two-spirited, intersex, queer and questioning (LGBTT2IQQ)
  • Live and/or play in the City of Toronto and surrounding areas

How can ReachOUT help?

  • They offer a safe space for all youth that reflects the diversity of our queer and trans communities
  • Includes drop-in groups, community outreach, counselling, consultation & training, art & skills exchange

Contact

Call Intake Services at 416-222-1153, ext. 181 or email newcomer@griffin-centre.org

More Information

To find out more about their services, or to inform newcomer LGBTT2IQQ you work with/know, download their information brochure (all files are in PDF format).

Each file is bilingual - with information in English and the language listed.







You can also download ReachOut posters. There are two different posters in English and one available in Tagalog.