Sexual Health Resources
Sex and U
A website that offers in depth information on all birth control methods, sexually transmitted infections and various issues related to sexual health.
Sexual Health Information line
A telephone service that offers anonymous and non-judgmental counselling on topics related to sexual health. Services are also provided using echat. Service is offered in a variety of languages other than English.
The Sex Information and Education Council of Canada (SIECCAN)
The Sex Information and Education Council of Canada (SIECCAN) is a not for profit charitable organization that works with health professionals, educators, community organizations, governments, and corporate partners to promote sexual and reproductive health.
This website provides information that helps clients understand abnormal pap results, next steps and future treatment.
Teen Health Source
A website that provides information on birth control, gender identity and sexual orientation, pregnancy, puberty, relationships, sex and STI’s.
What’s Next for Me
A website with up-to-date information on emergency contraception and where to get it.
Offer sex education for the real world. This website offers inclusive, comprehensive, supportive sexuality and relationships information for teens and emerging adults.
Midwives are experts in normal pregnancy, home and hospital birth and newborn care. Funding is through the Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care so services are free to clients.
Barbra Schlifer Commemorative Clinic
A free counselling, legal, interpretation, information, and referral service for women who are victims of abuse.
Family Service Toronto – David Kelly Services
Offers counselling and support services to LGBTQ individuals. Services are provided using trauma-informed, anti-oppression practices to help empower LGBTQ+ individuals, couples and families, as well as people living with, affected by or concerned about HIV/AIDS, and to enhance participation in their communities and in the broader society.
Community Health Centres
Community health centres throughout the province offer healthcare, counselling and support services free of charge.
Distress Centres’ trained volunteers provide telephone support for individuals experiencing emotional distress, marginalization, social isolation and those who may require crisis intervention and suicide/family violence intervention services.
Distress Line 416-408-HELP (4357)
The Kids Help Phone
This hotline provides toll-free, 24-hour, bilingual and anonymous phone counselling to young people to improve their emotional health and well-being. In addition to an array of counselling options, there is a wide range of online resources.
AIDS Committee of Toronto(ACT)
ACT provides support services that empower men, women and young people living with HIV to achieve self-determination, informed decision-making, independence, and overall well-being. This is done through programs such as counselling, information provision and social activities.
CATIE provides up-to-date, unbiased information about HIV and hepatitis C treatment options
HALCO – HIV and AIDS Legal Clinic Ontario
HALCO is a charitable not-for-profit community-based legal clinic that provides free legal services for people living with HIV/AIDS who live in Ontario, Canada.
BLACK CAP – Black Coalition for AIDS Prevention
Black CAP is Canada’s largest Black specific AIDS service organization. Black CAP works to create culturally relevant outreach, prevention and support services for people infected with, affected by, or at risk of contracting HIV.
Find an abortion clinic in the Toronto area.
Hepatitis B and C
Canadian Liver Foundation
The Canadian Liver Foundation provides information and resources on liver diseases, as well as advocacy for liver health education.