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Queer Youth VancouverGay/LGBT Youth Resources in My Davie Village


'Cause sometimes you just need someone to talk to. The Lesbian Gay Bi Trans Youth Line is a toll-free service provided by youth for youth. Offering support, information and referrals specific to your concerns. 1-800-268-9688 is a program of the Crisis Center. It connects youth with support, information and resources. We're Here to Help

Sexual Orientation and Coming Out a website to help answer some of your questions. Link


When you follow your passion, the world follows you.

Youth Links

  • Youth Support

  • PFLAG (Parents & Friend of Lesbians & Gays

  • Gay/LGBT Parents

  • Youth Groups

  • Education for Gay/LGBT Kids

  • Housing Resources

  • Career Training Resources

  • Gay/LGBT University Students

  • Scholarships for Gay/LGBT Students

  • Kids with Gay/LGBT Parents

  • Transgender Youth

Gay/LGBT Youth Support

Erase Bullying Erase Bullying Every child deserves an education free from discrimination, bullying, harassment, intimidation and violence. Everyone has a role to play. Bullying isn’t just a child’s issue; it’s a school and community issue, and must be addressed with a school and community solution.
Youth Crisis Line a safeplace to reach out to when you're going through a rough time.Need someone to talk to...? We're open every night of the week from 6-11pm on the west coast - sweet! We're super thrilled to announce you can now TEXT chat with us!
Gay LGBT Youth Services The Lesbian Gay Bi Trans Youth Line is a toll-free service provided by youth for youth. 'Cause sometimes you just need someone to talk to.
Bulling Stops Here Bulling Stops Here providing information and support to those that need it most. You are NOT alone and things really can be better!
Trevor Project Gay Youth The Trevor Project is the leading national organization providing crisis intervention and suicide prevention services to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and questioning youth.



PFLAG Parents and Friends of  Lesbians and Gays

PFLAG (Parents and Friends of Lesbians and Gays) Parent support group offering education to anyone with questions or concerns 24 hours a day 7 days a week. National Site Support Line 888.530.6777


Vancouver, B.C.
Abbotsford B.C. Kristie Johnson Link
Campbell River, B.C. Yvone Buxton
Cranbrook, B.C. Earl Waugh
Fort St John, B.C. John E Gentles
Kamloops, B.C. Judy Lusk
Kelowna, B.C. Catherine Mateo
Kimberley, B.C. Melanie Wilson & Chris Green
Penticton, B.C. Tina Braz
Port Alberni, B.C. Pat messenger 250-723-3540
Prince George, B.C. Rory PFLAG Prince George
Salt Spring Island BC Jill Simpson 250-537-7773
Victoria, B.C. Sharon

(last checked Nov 30, 2013)

Gay/LGBT Parents

Gay LGBT Parents Rainbow Families - for Vancouver LGBTQ Parents offering social activities, play dates, information sessions and mutual support.
Gay Parents Vancouver Vancouver Gay Dad’s / Father's Group For gay men who are Dads or want to become Dads. We are looking to start a new group of men with the same family interests in Metro Vancouver.
Adoptive Families Association of BC Adoptive Families Association of B.C. Children need parents. People in the LGBTQ community make great ones! AFABC hosts monthly meetings for current and prospective adoptive parents in the LGBTQ community. Come meet other families and share some stories. Yes, your kids are welcome to come along!


Gay/LGBT Youth Groups

Gay Youth Camp Camp Fyrefly (Fire Fly) is an educational, social, and personal learning retreat for sexual and gender minority (LGBTTIQ) and allied youth  between the ages of 14 and 24.
Gay Youth Camp Out Camp OUT providing camping experience for BC’s queer gay and allied youth aged 14-21 with support from UBC and the wider Vancouver community to create this opportunity for youth from all parts of B.C. and the Yukon to come together and CampOUT!
Gay Fraser Valley Youth Fraser Valley Youth a drop in for queer and questioning youth
Maple Ridge Tri-Cities Gay Youth Maple Ridge Gay YouthGeneration-Out is a group for LGBTQ youth. The group is run through PLEA Community Services. And is supported by the Ministry of Children and Family. This group meets in a private, safe, fun environment for peer support, movie and game nights,and other group planned activities for youth ages 13 - 18. Maple Ridge/Tri-Cities /Vancouver
Gay Grande Prairie Glbtq Youth Grande Prairie A spot for GLBTQ youth and their friends and family in the Grande Prairie area to connect as well as gain support, awareness and education.
Gay Nelson British Columbia Nelson Youth Center provides a fun, safe and accepting environment for all youth to hang out and meet new friends in Nelson B.C. Link
Gay Youth Resources Vancouver Qmunity Center for support and special events for LGBTQ youth up to 25 years of age.
Gay Sports Vancouve Queer Active a resource for queer youth (16-25) wanting to participate in gay sports organizations with the goal to empower queer individuals through sport and fitness. Find the link from the MyDavieVillage Sport Group page.
Gay Surrey Youth Group Support Surrey Youth Alliance Surrey Youth Alliance is a drop-in and support group for GLBT youth between 14 and 21 in the Fraser Valley and surrounding area.
LINK Jewish Community Center of Vancouver A group for all youth to get together in a safe environment and talk about diversity, LGBTQ topics, politics, and advocacy. Meet 1st Sunday per month.


  • Youth OUTreach Outreach and advocacy group for youth by youth 13-20. Providing outreach workshops and education on LGBTQ issues. Monday nights at Newton Youth Resource Centre, King George Blvd and 76th Ave, Surrey. 6:00-8:30 pm. Contact Sylvie Traphan at Tel. 604-842-8727.


Education for Gay/LGBT Kids

Gay Pride Education Network Pride Education Network advocates for an inclusive, respectful environment for all students, staff and families, regardless of their actual or perceived sexual orientation and/or gender identity, within all B.C. educational institutions.
Gay Straight Alliance Schools Gay Straight Alliance is Canada’s website for safer and inclusive schools for the lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, queer and questioning (LGBTQ) community.
OUT in Schools Gay Youth Out in Schools Out in Schools curates films that compel youth to step into the challenges and the triumphs of LGBTQ youth.  The films debunk stereotypes, humanize LQBTQ youth and envision the next generation of LGBTQ youth and allies.

Housing for Gay/LGBT Youth

Gay Youth Housing Resource Raincity (Youth) Housing providing housing with supports and employment to LGBTQ2S+ youth between 18 and 25. Connecting youth with older members of the LGBTQ2S+ community, the goal being to provide safe, lifelong ‘chosen family’ or mentorship with mutual benefit for all parties.

Career Training Resources

Gay Youth Career Bear Career Bear is Canada’s premier source for people who want a new career, but aren’t sure where to start. Browse careers by industry, salary, outlook or alphabetical listing. Find job profiles, quick career facts and training programs near you.


Gay/LGBT University Students

Gay Camoson College Victoria Camoson College Pride dedicated to providing and creating a safe and supportive environment for members of the Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgendered, Two-Spirited and Queer (GLBT2Q) community and their Allies on campus.
Gay Capilano University North Vancouver Capilano Queer Collective Capilano University North Vancouver. Meets regularly provides support.
Gay University of B.C. University of British Columbia - Pride UBC - Offering educational and social services dealing with sexual and gender diversity to the University of British Columbia community.
Gay University of BC The Nework Queer Grad Students at the University of British Columbia’s queer graduate student association. Our central mission is to provide a community and support network for queer graduate students and post-docs.
Gay Simon Fraser University Simon Fraser University - Out on Campus- centre for LGTB people and their friends.
Gay LGBT Victoria B.C. University of Victoria is mandated by the University of Victoria Students’ Society to represent, advocate and provide services for queer and trans students on Campus, promoting and providing an atmosphere that celebrates sexual, gender, sex diversity and building community.
Gay Vancouver Island University Vancouver Island University Addressing Discrimination and Harassment Based on Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity.


Scholarships for Gay/LGBT Students

This list of scholarships is by no means exclusively for gay students and nor should youQueer Youth Vancouverlimit yourself to just gay scholarships, or just to the popular ones everyone else is trying for.  There are numerous scholarships available.  There are too many to list, but included below are some resource sites for you to explore.  Most trade unions offer scholarships to their members and to the children of their members.  Many companies like Burger King, Wendy’s, The Bay, Petro Canada, and Sears all offer scholarships.  Be creative in your search.  There are many lesser known scholarships with less competition which will increase your chances of winning them.  Go for the gold!  You are the future! 

  • LAMBDA Foundation for Excellence Vaious Link
  • Pride Education Network scholarships and bursaries Link
  • Mark S. Bonham Scholarship for Queer Studies in Film and Video
    Single scholarship valued at $5,000 Link
  • National Gay Pilots Association Aviation ScholarshipLink
  • Thompson River University Kamloops Bursary Link
  • LOUD Scholarship Sponsored by the Gay & Lesbian Business Association of B.C.Link
  • TD Canada Trust TD Scholarships For Community Leadership Link
  • B.C. Scholarships Student guide for British Columbia Students Link
  • Student Aid B.C. Link
  • Student Scholarships British Columbia's Leading Source for finding scholarship money Link
  • B.C. Arts Council develops professional British Columbia artists by assisting with the post-secondary education of outstanding students of the arts. Link
  • B.C. Cowboy Heritage Society offering up to three $500 scholarships to writers, craftspeople, and artists best depicting the value of our B.C. ranching and cowboy heritage Link
  • John B. Holdstock Scholarship (B.C. Wildlife Federation) One Scholarship of $1000. Students must be enrolled in the sciences or related outdoors field and must provide a brief essay (maximum 500 words) describing his or her interest in pursuing fish, wildlife and habitat conservation as a part of his/her academic studies. Link
  • SCMA Supply Chain Management Association offers two $750 bursaries to students enrolled full-time in a supply chain and/or logistics-related program at a Canadian College or University Link

Kids with Gay/LGBT Parents

Gay LGBT Parents Families Like Mine a group trying to decrease isolation for people who have parents who are lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender (LGBT), and bring voice to their experiences.
Gay Family Rainbow Rumpus an online magazine for children and youth with lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) parents.



Trangender Youth

Transgender Youth

Trangender Youth


Transgender Children Vancouver BC Children's Hospital transgender resource page.
Transgender Vancouver Youth The Transgender Project an online collection of profiles designed to record, share and celebrate the personal stories of transgender women and men from across Canada Link


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