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The Wednesday meeting usually includes an ASL interpreter - the Saturday meeting does not. aajakarta and be online 5-10 minutes before time and you will be invited in.We also have a secret Facebook group for building community. Fellowship and Chat provides an open forum for AA members. Members are often loners in Asia, Australia, Mexico, USA [email protected] discussion meetings held at 8am, 2 pm, 8 pm and 11 pm, all eastern time. We have an AA birthday meeting "Celebrate Sobriety" on the last Sunday of every month at 5 pm Est.
For support on gender identity, Call toll-free 1-888-530-6777 ext 226 or Email [email protected] Help Phone 24/7 counselling help from trained professionals on the phone for youth up to age 20.
Since 1994, the Lesbian Gay Bi Trans Youth Line has been providing peer-support to LGBTQ youth in all of Ontario.
The Youth Line was created by community members who recognized that there was a lack of support services for LGBTQ youth in dealing with the specific challenges that they face.
[email protected] primary purpose is to provide an area for those who wish to assist others in doing the 12 steps as outlined in the Big Book of Alcoholics Anonymous, those who wish to learn how to sponsor others, and to demonstrate how God-dependence and service to others is the path to a happy, joyous, and free life.
The 5th Dimension Young People's Group of AA is a speaker & discussion meeting that meets every Wednesday at PM CST/PM EST and every Saturday at 1PM CST/2PM EST.
We are queer-positive and non-judgmental, and provide confidential peer support through telephone listening, online chat, text, information and referral services, and through complementary outreach.
By reflecting our diverse cultures, abilities and experiences and celebrating our potentials, we seek to create an empowering community of queer youth across Ontario.Like other minority groups, people who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, and/or transgender (LGBT) may experience prejudice and discrimination.Research indicates that mental health problems, misuse of alcohol and other drugs, and suicidal thoughts and behaviors are more common in this group than in the general population.The Covenant House (Opening doors for homeless youth) kids come to Covenant House in crisis.Immediately and without question, we meet their basic human needs – a nourishing meal, a shower, clean clothes, medical attention, and a safe place away from the dangers of the street.Online AA meeting place and discussion forum Meeting times: every Monday, Wednesday and Friday from p-p EST.