Resources

SafeBox MTL

SafeBox MTL

Support group created by and for adults who identify as part of Montreal's LGBTQ+ community. Meetings are held in English, but francophones are welcome.
Helem

Helem

Helem Montréal is a Lebanese identity group that originates from Helem in Lebanon (Beirut). Created in 2004, Helem Montreal was initially aimed at the Lebanese community. Today, the organization has opened up to the realities of LGBTQ people for all of Montreal’s Arab communities.
PO box only: 2075, rue Plessis, bur. 110, Montréal, QC H2L 2Y4
Studio de danse Arc-en-ciel

Studio de danse Arc-en-ciel

Studio Arc-en-ciel is a dynamic social dance school, the only one for the LGBT community in Québec, but open to all. Luc and Dominic will teach you the basics of the many styles taught there.
3329, rue Ontario Est, Montréal, QC H1W 1P8
Aids Community Care Montreal (ACCM)

Aids Community Care Montreal (ACCM)

Volunteer-driven community organization that provides support services and treatment information to people living with HIV/AIDS and/or hepatitis C. The voices of our members are central to ACCM’s guidance and we work to build a compassionate and caring response to HIV and hepatitis C.
2075, rue Plessis, Sous-sol, Montréal, QC H2L 2Y4
RÉZO (Santé et mieux-être pour hommes gais et bisexuels)

RÉZO (Santé et mieux-être pour hommes gais et bisexuels)

Organism that offers to gay and bisexual men, or men who have sexual relations with other men, cis and trans, several free programs of HIV/STIs prevention and health and well-being promotion, in a global health perspective.
2075, rue Plessis, bur. 207, Montréal, QC H2L 2Y4
Québec Lesbian Network (QLN)

Québec Lesbian Network (QLN)

The only defence of rights organization that addresses Quebec sexually diverse women (women who identify as lesbian, queer, bisexual, trans, pansexual, fluid sexuality, radical lesbian, political, feminist, etc). They represent these women in all regions of Quebec, all ages, social classes, cultural and linguistic communities, different political points of view, those with and without disabilities, etc., at the political and at the social level.
2075 rue Plessis, bureau 306, Montréal, QC, H2L 2Y4
Queer McGill

Queer McGill

Non-hierarchical social, political, informational and support service for queer students and their allies in McGill who provide space, opportunity, and a voice for queer students on campus and around Montreal. They offer a variety of activities (discussion groups, workshops, lecture series, dance parties, etc.).
303-3471 Rue Peel, Montréal, QC H3A 1W7
Queer Concordia

Queer Concordia

LGBTQ organization of Concordia University. We host a variety of events (discussions, workshops, parties, etc.) and we have safer sex products available for FREE (condoms, dental dams, gloves) and a library. Individuals who are not Concordia students are welcome.
Suite P-102, 2020 Mackay, Montreal, QC, H3G 2J1
Project 10

Project 10

Project 10 works to promote the personal, social, sexual and mental well being of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, transsexual, two-spirit, intersexed and questioning youth and adults 14-25. They have a confidential phone line with services both in french and in english
1575, rue Atateken, Montréal, QC H2L 3L4
Mtl en Arts

Mtl en Arts

The greatest open air art gallery in eastern Canada, it expands over a one-kilometre on Sainte-Catherine Street and offers a unique opportunity to meet artists from various backgrounds, professionals and emerging artists, and to purchase artworks directly from the artists.
576, rue Sainte-Catherine Est, bur. 211, Montréal QC H2L 2E1
Lez spread the word (The lesbian connection)

Lez spread the word (The lesbian connection)

Organization that aims at providing online news and entertainment content while being a valuable resource for lesbians in Quebec, and internationaly. Besides offering informative and entertaining content on the Web, LSTW aims to challenge society’s stereotypes and create more positive role models for lesbians.
La Réclame – Uqam

La Réclame – Uqam

UQAM-ian group aiming to bring together minorities of gender, sexual orientation and affectivity. We also wish to create a convivial space for students from rural areas.
L’Astérisk (Space for 2SLGBTQIA+ youth)

L’Astérisk (Space for 2SLGBTQIA+ youth)

Information and gathering space for 2SLGBTQIA+ youth ages 14 to 30 years old. Non-commercial and bilingual safe(r) space. L’Astérisk houses permanently the services and activities of the Roommates: Project 10, Jeunesse Lambda and AlterHéros.
1575, rue Atateken, Montréal, QC H2L 3L4
L’Alternative

L’Alternative

LGBTQIA* student group in University of Montreal. Our mission is to 1) inform students and teachers 2) accompany students in their questionnings and help them if they are victims of discriminations; 3) socialise during activities such as weekly meals, movie nights, debates, excursions in Montreal, etc.
Université de Montréal
Jeunesse Lambda

Jeunesse Lambda

Organization by and for 2SLGBTQIA+ or questioning youth from 14 to 25 years old in the Greater Montreal Area. We work within a safe space, l’Asterisk, and we host discussions. Our themes vary from discussions about LGBTQ+ reality to more social meetings.
1575, rue Atateken, Montréal, QC H2L 3L4
Hors Sentiers – Plein air

Hors Sentiers – Plein air

The aim of the club is to gather gay men from Quebec and abroad, and their friends, and to offer activities that allows them to go out. We favour activities like hiking that respect nature. Women are welcomed to certain activities.
925-400 de l'Inspecteur, Montréal, H3C 4A8
GRIS-Montréal

GRIS-Montréal

GRIS (Research and Social Intervention Group) organises interventions in the school system but also work place and senior places to ensure a better awareness of the diversity of sexual orientations and gender identities, thanks to volunteers presentations.
3155, rue Hochelaga, bureau 201, Montréal, Québec, H1W 1G4
Interligne

Interligne

Interligne is a first response centre that provides help and information to those concerned with sexual orientation and gender diversity.
P.O. Box 1006, Station C, Montréal, QC H2L 4V2
Ga’ava (Organization for the GLBT Jewish Community of Montreal)

Ga’ava (Organization for the GLBT Jewish Community of Montreal)

The Jewish Community’s LGBTQ Advisory Committee
Fondation québécoise du sida

Fondation québécoise du sida

The Fondation québécoise du sida fights HIV/AIDS and related issues in Quebec and French-speaking Africa, by funding well established local organizations.
1, rue Sherbrooke Est, Montréal, QC H2X 3V8
Fondation Émergence

Fondation Émergence

The Foundation offers information and awareness programs aimed at favoring the well-being and defense of human rights of LGBT persons. Its main activity consists of planning the International Day against homophobia and transphobia (IDAHOT), which they initiated.
C.P. 1006, succ.
Trans Pride

Trans Pride

Event aiming at raising awareness about transexuality and to move forward.
Fierté Montréal

Fierté Montréal

Fierté Montréal (Montréal Pride) is a week of cultural and Community activities. The organization’s primary mission is to support and promote local LGBT communities while serving as a beacon of hope for people around the world who continue to battle injustice.
4262, rue Sainte-Catherine Est, bur. 200, Montréal, QC H1V 1X6
Literary Pride

Literary Pride

Literary Pride presents a series of events to discover authors from the LGBT community.
Image+Nation Festival

Image+Nation Festival

Montreal's LGBTQ Film Festival [Canada's first] opens a window onto the queer world bringing local and international stories of diversity to Montreal screens - a prism of recognition of the past and coming to understand both the present and the future.
4067, boul. Saint-Laurent, bur. 404, Montréal, QC H2W 1Y7
Extravaganza

Extravaganza

Vocal ensemble for soprano, alto, tenor and bass of all ages, backgrounds and sexual orientations that draws attention thanks to its dynamism, diversity and extravangance. Members meet every week to perfect their techniques, learn new pieces from pop to classical music to Broadway and rehearse for shows.
2450, boulevard de Maisonneuve Est, Montréal, QC H2K 2G1
Équipe Montréal

Équipe Montréal

We are a strong, committed, inclusive and renowned sports and hobbies organisation promoting our member teams and fighting against LGBT-phobias in amateur and professional sports and leisures activities.
Ensemble vocal les Nanas

Ensemble vocal les Nanas

This group welcomes all women without discrimination. The requirements for joining are simple: openness, desire for teamwork, love of jazz music of the 40s, 50s, and 60s and of course, be in tune! A little dabbling in french songs also diversifies the repertoire of the Nanas.
1710, rue Beaudry, Montréal, QC H2L 3E7
Ensemble vocal Ganymède

Ensemble vocal Ganymède

project focused on the music repertoire for male voices. The Ensemble has brought together singers ready to meet the challenges of friendship with personal and musical success, regardless of sexual orientation. Music is the first love, the one that soothes the soul and promotes respect for our differences.
C.P. 476, succ.
Ensemble vocal féminim Anémone

Ensemble vocal féminim Anémone

Anémone is a chorus of women's voices who wants to make known the musical repertoire for equal voices. It also aims the development of all its members.
Club Bolo – Danse country

Club Bolo – Danse country

Come try out the pleasure of country dancing. Our three first classes are free and you can become a member anytime. Beginners and intermediate/advanced level classes are available.
2093, rue de la Visitation, Montréal, QC H2L 3C9
Conseil central du Montréal métropolitain – CSN

Conseil central du Montréal métropolitain – CSN

The LGBT committee of CCMM-CSN campaigns so that people from sexual minorities are not the object of discrimination. It aims to break down social prejudices and to make this world more welcoming to sexual diversity.
Comité LGBT,1601, avenue De Lorimier, Montréal, QC H2K 4M5
Coalition sida des sourds du Québec (CSSQ)

Coalition sida des sourds du Québec (CSSQ)

This organization offers preventative and educational services on HIV/AIDS and STBBI for Deaf and Hard of hearing communities in Quebec. We also provide support services to Deaf and Hard of hearing people with HIV/AIDS and STBBI.
2075, rue Plessis, bur. 320, Montréal, QC H2L 2Y4
Montreal Coalition of LGBT Youth Groups

Montreal Coalition of LGBT Youth Groups

This organism goal is to favor the social insertion of young LGBT and to create environments favorable for the blossoming of these youth. Asterisk project, is the only non-commercial space in the Village for LGBT Youth. It offers information, services and diverse activities.
1575, rue Amherst, Montréal, QC H2L 3L4
LGBT+ Family Coalition

LGBT+ Family Coalition

We are a bilingual group of LGBT+ parents and future parents advocating for the legal and social recognition of LGBT+ families, exchanging information, sharing resources and having fun together with our children.
Chœur gai de Montréal

Chœur gai de Montréal

The Chœur gai de Montréal (Montreal Gay Men's Chorus) offers quality shows combining pop music and dance. Our goal is to increase the cultural influence of Montreal's gay community at the local, national and international levels, and to help charities with our original performances and concerts.
1710, rue Beaudry, Montréal, QC H2L 3E7
Les Chouettes

Les Chouettes

Les Chouettes is a Montreal group that organizes social, cultural and outdoor activities for women who love women. Our association offers opportunities for lesbian, gay, bisexual, queer and trans women to meet and expand their network in a friendly and relaxed environment.
Chambre de commerce LGBT du Québec (CCLGBTQ)

Chambre de commerce LGBT du Québec (CCLGBTQ)

Organisation that represents and promotes LGBT businesses in Quebec and helps with the success of its members and their aknowledgment in socioeconomic and governemental organisations.
372, rue Sainte-Catherine Ouest, bur. 303.3, Montréal, QC H3B 1A2
West Island LGBTQ2+ Centre

West Island LGBTQ2+ Centre

Our mission is to create a safe and welcoming environment where LGBT of all ages can meet, talk, develop friendships, learn, ask questions, and just be themselves.
202, rue Woodside, Beaconsfield, QC H9W 2P1
Centre de solidarité lesbienne (CSL)

Centre de solidarité lesbienne (CSL)

Drawing on feminist analysis, the CSL's mission is to improve the living conditions of lesbians by providing services and interventions adapted to their reality in the areas of domestic violence, well-being and health.
4126, rue Saint-Denis, bur. 301, Montréal, QC H2W 2M5
Centre de ressources et d’intervention pour hommes abusés sexuellement dans leur enfance (CRIPHASE)

Centre de ressources et d’intervention pour hommes abusés sexuellement dans leur enfance (CRIPHASE)

Organism founded by and for men, which aims at raising awareness and improving the personal and social well-being of men who have been sexually abused during their childhood and or/teenage years, through the production of activities and the implementation of services.
8105, rue de Gaspé, bur. 100, Montréal, QC H2P 2J9
McGill University Sexual Identity Center (MUSIC)

McGill University Sexual Identity Center (MUSIC)

Specialized mental health care (covered by RAMQ) to people with sexual orientation and gender identity issues, seeking to improve the quality of their interpersonal relationships and to those who have concerns about a loved one’s gender or sexual orientation.
Montreal General Hospital, 1650, Cedar Avenue, A2-160, 2nd floor, Montréal, QC H3G 1A4
CAEO Québec (Services for the English-Speaking LGBTQ+ community)

CAEO Québec (Services for the English-Speaking LGBTQ+ community)

Our mission is to combat homophobia, biphobia, transphobia, intersexism and heterosexism. SILK, (Sexual Information Leads to Knowledge) is an educational program run by ​​ CAEO ​​ Québec that provides English speaking high schools with free workshops to promote diversity
C.P. 56086, succ. Alexis-Nihon, Montréal, QC H3Z 3G3
Au Coup de pouce Centre-Sud inc.

Au Coup de pouce Centre-Sud inc.

The organization aims to: ♥ Help people in the neighborhood, break isolation; ♥ Encourage mutual aid, promote individual and collective care; ♥ Educate, raise awareness and mobilize.
2338, rue Ontario Est, Montréal, QC H2K 1W1
Association des pères gais de Montréal (APGM)

Association des pères gais de Montréal (APGM)

Group of gay dads who, through activities and meetings, share their experiences as gay dads. Group discussions, social activities and individual support are available for those who wish, although APGM is not a professional help support group.
Association des lesbiennes et des gais sur internet (ALGI)

Association des lesbiennes et des gais sur internet (ALGI)

Virtual community center on the internet, ALGI brings together individuals and organizations from all over Quebec and offers for free : discussion forums, thematic bulletin boards, community calendar, services and links to the websites of the member associations.
Archives Traces (Lesbiennes)

Archives Traces (Lesbiennes)

2075, rue Plessis, bur. 110, Montréal, QC H2L 2Y4
Quebec Gay Archives (QGA)

Quebec Gay Archives (QGA)

The Quebec Gay Archives have a mandate to acquire, conserve and preserve any handwritten, printed, visual or audio material which testify to the history of the LGBTQ+ communities of Quebec.
1000, rue Atateken, bur. 201-A, Montréal, QC H2L 3K5
Amazones des grands espaces

Amazones des grands espaces

Lesbian group whose mission is to share outdoor experiences with lesbians
AlterHéros

AlterHéros

AlterHéros is a non profit organization that encourages the development of all individuals in relation to their sexual orientation, gender identity and sexuality.
1575 Amherst Montréal QC H2L 3L4
Aînés et retraités de la communauté (ARC)

Aînés et retraités de la communauté (ARC)

Association that gathers senior and retired gay men. It has 200 members who participate to diverse activities (community, social, cultural, touristic and sports activities) in order to favor their well-being by multiplying the chances to tie personal and friendly relationships.
C.P. 476, succ.
Aide aux Trans du Québec (ATQ)

Aide aux Trans du Québec (ATQ)

Organisation whose mission is to assist trans people before, during and after their journey of transition. Helping and listening are the main pillars of support offered by ATQ through various activities, conferences, group meetups, providing information and fundraising.
C.P. 476, succ.
Action santé travesti(e)s transsexuel(le)s du Québec (ASTTeQ)

Action santé travesti(e)s transsexuel(le)s du Québec (ASTTeQ)

ASSTTeQ’s mission is to promote the health and well-being of trans people through peer support and activism, education and advocacy, empowerment and mobilization.
1300, rue Sanguinet, Montréal, QC H2X 3E7
ADA – Beyond the rainbow

ADA – Beyond the rainbow

Non-profit montrealer community organization founded by a Spanish speaking discussion group for men (GDM). ADA plans to provide a range of support and accompaniment services to any LGBT person, regardless of their age and ethnic origin.
2215, rue de Bordeaux, Montréal, QC H2K 3Y7