If you are trans or are questioning your gender, support is here for you.
Groups & Mental Health Supports
Gender Revolution is a group for anyone who identifies along the trans spectrum. The group meets every Thursday at 7:00pm at OUTSaskatoon. For more info on Gender Revolution you can contact: Ben at firstname.lastname@example.org or Jack at email@example.com or call OUTSaskatoon (306-665-1224)
Facebook Page: Gender Revolution
Parents & Families
Are you a parent of an LGBTQ2S youth? Know of other parents who need support? We are all part of the Rainbow family.
Join us the first Wednesday of every month at 7:00pm for a social and support group for parents of LGBTQ2S youth. For more information contact Krystal, OUTSaskatoon's Support Services & Housing Manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Friday Nights Out is a weekly social and support group for those in the Two Spirit and/or Queer Indigenous community. The group runs every Friday from 5:00-9:00pm and features a free hot meal, discussions, and various activities or workshops. For more information contact Jack Saddleback, Cultural & Projects Coordinator, at email@example.com.
Here at OUTSaskatoon we provide free short-term counselling to members of the queer community, those who are questioning their identity, as well as loved ones who want to better support their queer family member. Appointments can be booked online or for more information please contact Krystal Nieckar, Support Services & Housing Manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dr. Sarah Dungavell provides psychiatric services out of our space on a weekly basis. Dr. Dungavell is currently the only medical professional in Saskatchewan that is approved to give referrals for gender affirming surgery. In order to book an appointment with Dr. Dungavell you must get a referral from your family doctor. If you do not have a family doctor, you can find queer and trans friendly doctors on our Q List.
Got questions about starting hormones? Trans Sask Support Services has a great list of common questions and tips on how to access hormones in Saskatchewan. To find doctors who prescribe hormones go to The Q List of call OUTSaskatoon.
Created by the Saskatchewan Trans Health Coalition, the Saskatchewan Medical Transition Guide was created to provide information to the trans community, as well as health care providers, on various medical interventions a person may choose as part of their transition. The guide includes information on types of hormones and surgeries as well as how to access them, along with information on cost, and what to expect from each intervention.
Saskatchewan Trans-specific Organizations
TransSask Support Services is a province wide support and resource network for all sex and gender diverse people, including (but not limited to) transgender, transsexual, genderqueer, genderfluid, non-binary, intersex, two-spirit and gender non-conforming individuals, as well as their spouses, family, friends and allies. TransSask provides numerous support groups as well as a wealth of information on gender diverse identities, medical needs, and contact information for supports across the province.
Trans Umbrella Foundation is a provincial non-profit with the head office located in Regina. They are focused on education, healthcare, social events, family support, and employment services.