OUTSaskatoon offers free peer support and short-term counselling services to the following groups:
- Individuals who are questioning their sexuality and/or gender identity
- Members of the LGBTQ2S community
- Parents, family, and friends of the LGBTQ2S community who need support and resources to foster supportive relationships with LGBTQ2S loved ones
OUTSaskatoon provides short-term counselling through a partnership with Family Services Saskatoon. This includes free counselling for the LGBTQ2S community for up to six counselling sessions per person. Counselling can help people navigate through on-going challenges surrounding their own sexuality and/or gender identity, as well as help navigate the sexuality and/or gender identity of loved ones. As well counselling can support individuals in clarifying what they need and who they are, help with exploring areas of concern, assist in establishing goals, and help with building connections with others.
For more information call 306-665-1224 or email: email@example.com
Are you needing someone to talk to and listen? Peer support allows people to ask questions and explore their feelings in a confidential, non-judgmental environment in the company of those who have been through similar situations and experiences. Volunteers, practicum students, and OUTSaskatoon employees are available to chat with anyone who drops in and/or phones our centre. Peer supporters will listen, refer when necessary, and will provide information. We also offer a range of support & social groups that are peer led that we encourage you to attend.
To talk with one of our staff and receive peer support: 306-665-1224
To call toll free: 1-800-358-1833
For more information or to receive support via email: firstname.lastname@example.org
We also offer psychiatry one day a week out of our space for individuals that are part of the LGBTQ2S community. In order to access these services you must receive a referral to see our psychiatrist, Dr. Dungavell. Referrals must be made through your family doctor.
For more information call: 306-361-4163 and ask for Dr. Dungavell.