QMUNITY Gab Youth is a safe place for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, two-spirit, intersex, queer, questioning (queer) youth 25 years of age and under and their allies. Gab provides information, support and referrals to queer youth as well as resources for family, friends, and professionals. Gab also provides weekly drop-ins, one-to-one peer support, leadership training, and special events such as youth dances. They also offer PrideSpeaks which are anti-homophobia/transphobia workshops for students K-12, colleges, universities, teachers, school nurses, counsellors, parents and youth serving agencies.
To find out more about Gab go to: www.qmunity.ca
Northern Pride Centre Society an LGBTQ resource centre located in Prince George.
Rm 6-344 of the NUSC Building at UNBC
3333 University Way, Prince George, BC V2N 4Z9
.t. (250) 960-6461
(Parents, Families, Friends of Lesbians and Gays)
604-684-9872 (Ext. 2060) or 604-689-3711
Gay, Lesbian & Straight Education Network
121 W. 27th St., Suite 804, New York, NY 10001,USA
The BC Teachers’ Federation or your local teachers’ union/association will provide support, legal or procedural advice.
The American Civil Liberties Association (which has been involved in several court cases defending students who wish to start GSAs) has a very useful page:
Check out the GSA Network Directory which helps to empower youth activists to fight homophobia in schools.
Gay-Straight Alliance Network
965 Mission Street, Suite 218 San Francisco, CA 94103
PH: (415) 442-4726
FAX: (415) 442-4727
Vancouver Pride Society (VPS) is a non-profit organization and the organizing body behind the annual Pride Parade and Festivals in Vancouver. They celebrate the LGBTQ2+ Community by fostering connections for a healthy community.
PH: (604) 687-0955