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PREVNet celebrates Pride Month as we continue to strive for equality, safety, and acceptance for all.

PREVNet works to create a safe climate for all youth and is committed to addressing the systemic oppression that puts certain groups at a higher risk of violence. We continue to support change towards making life safer for 2SLGBTQ+ youth, and raising awareness of healthy relationships, bullying and youth dating violence through education, research, training, and policy change.

Here, we’ve collected a short list of websites with tons of fantastic resources for providing educators, parents, caregivers, and anyone working with youth the tools to provide care and support for 2SLGBTQ+ youth.


Canadian Centre for Gender and Sexual Diversity 

The Canadian Centre for Gender and Sexual Diversity aims to empower gender and sexually diverse communities through education, research, and advocacy. They offer training and workshops, resources, programs, scholarships, and more.

Resources Include:
A Quick Guide to Pronouns
Healthy Relationships and Consent Workshop
Intimate Partner Violence Resources
QTBIPOC Voices in History
Research Projects


Egale aims to improve the lives of 2SLGBTQI people in Canada and to enhance the global response to 2SLGBTQI issues by informing public policy, inspiring cultural change, and promoting human rights and inclusion through research, education, awareness and legal advocacy.

Resources Include:
Awareness Resources
Introduction to Safer and Accepting Schools Webinar, June 17
Pride Inside 2021
Training and Workshops

LGBT YouthLine

Youth Line offers confidential and non-judgemental peer support through telephone, text and chat services. Call 1-800-268-9688, text 647-694-4275, or live chat on their website.

Resources Include:
List of Indigenous and Two-Spirit Resources
Self-Care Resources

Trans Lifeline

Trans Lifeline is a support network run by and for trans people. Call their hotline, connect with peers for online gaming, or find other services, resources, and support.

Resources Include:
ID Change Library
Online Harassment Resources
Supporting a Trans Loved One Resources
Trans Lifeline Hotline


Wisdom2Action specializes in community engagement, research and evaluation, and knowledge mobilization to create a world where everyone lives free of violence and oppression and has the support they need to thrive.

Resources Include:
Trans Inclusion in Practice Tip Sheets and Packages
Trauma-Informed Youth Engagement Tip Sheet
Youth Engagement: What, Why, and How?
Youth Mental Health Resources

Pride and National Indigenous History Month  

In addition to Pride, June is also National Indigenous History Month. Because of systemic oppression, marginalized youth are at a higher risk of being victimized by bullying, harassment, and violence. And this is especially true for youth at a cross-section of multiple marginalized identities, such as being 2SLGBTQ+ and Indigenous.

As we continue to work toward a future that is better, safer, and more affirming for all, here are some resources for Indigenous 2SLGBTQ+ youth:

Enchanté Network

The Enchanté Network connects and supports over 120 pride centres and 2SLGBTQ+ service providers across Canada. This month, the Enchanté Network is unveiling #PrideOnTurtleIsland — a campaign celebrating the work of 2 Spirit and Indigi-queer leaders & organizations.

LGBT Youthline
This Pride season, LGBT Youthline wants you to #Dare2Imagine a world where youth of all genders and sexualities are supported and celebrated. Check out their social media for resources centering Indigenous youth in Pride celebrations.


Related Reading:
Resources for Educators Building Safe and Accepting Classrooms