Year Round Drop-ins
WINK: Women in Need ‘Klinik’
Come for a nutritious breakfast, social activities and if you need, on-the-spot care from a nurse practitioner in a friendly space.
Who: All women who are homeless, sex workers, street-involved, and/or use drugs are welcome.
When: Wednesdays 9 a.m. – 11 a.m.
No registration required. Contact Jenn at 416-324-4100 ext 3317 for information.
A welcoming drop in for people who use drugs. STASH provides Hep C testing, naloxone training, harm reduction supplies, support, referrals, friendly chats, and snacks.
Who: People who use drugs.
Drop in, no appointment needed. For information, contact Jenn at 416-324-4100 ext 3317. Please note the STASH room capacity of three people at a time.
SOY Groups & Drop-Ins
SOY community groups are a place for 2SLGBTQ youth to develop new skills, connect with peers, feel held through the toughest times, and have fun!
Check out the lineup here or on the SOY virtual bulletin board.
When: Early evenings, times vary. SOY runs throughout the year, please check out the SOY website for more information.
To join SOY Drop-in programs, please complete the SOY Drop-in Registration form.
Mature Trans Sisters (MTS)
A weekly social group for trans women and femme-identified non-binary folks. The group is collectively run by participants, supported by facilitators.
Who: Trans women and femme-identified non-binary folks who are 45 and older.
When: Tuesdays 6 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.
Drop-in, initial intake required. Before attending for the first time, contact email@example.com
Chronic Condition Support Groups
This how-to workshop offers support around understanding why you eat the way you do, comforting yourself without food, changing eating patterns.
Who: All Sherbourne clients.
Next sessions: Tuesdays: November 22, November 29, and December 6. 1:30 p.m. – 3:30 p.m., in Room 2008.
Registration required. Contact Nikki at 416-324-4100 ext. 3277 or Gouri at ext. 3255.
Diabetes Education and Support Group
Join peers, a Registered Nurse and a Registered Dietitian for chats and support on healthy eating, exercise, stress management, medication and more.
Who: Anyone with diabetes.
When: Sessions are on Thursday mornings, once a month.
Registration required. Contact Daniella at 416-324-4100 ext 3248.
Trans and Non-Binary Programming
Gender Journeys is a 10-week program offering a safer space to explore questions of gender identity and belonging.
Who: Open to adults over 18 years of age. Gender Journeys is suitable for trans and gender-questioning people, at any point in transition.
When: The current Gender Journeys program is full. Interested applicants may apply for the Spring 2023 program.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for information and registration.
A media presentation series featuring celebrations of trans identity and gender diversity, followed by group discussion. Presentations may be video, text, audio or visual art. Currently offered online.
Who: Open to all trans and non-binary people over 18 years of age.
When: The second Wednesday of the month online, 6 p.m. – 8 p.m. Upcoming 2023 dates are: January 11, February 8, March 8.
For information or to attend, please contact email@example.com
Delivered with collaboration from a doctor and a mental health counsellor, this modular program helps people prepare themselves for practical, emotional, and physical considerations related to gender-related surgery and recovery.
Who: Best suited for trans people considering gender affirming surgery within the next year.
When: January 2023
Registration required. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Mature Trans Sisters (MTS)
Mature Trans Sisters meets weekly in-person on Tuesday evenings to provide an opportunity for trans women and non-binary trans femmes aged 45 and over to socialize with one another and to build connections. The program is social in nature, it is not a group counselling or support program.
Who: Trans women and femme-identified non-binary persons ages 45 and up.
When: Tuesdays at Sherbourne Health, 6 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.
Drop-in, initial intake required. Contact email@example.com before attending for the first time.
Presented by a resident physician, two-hour online sessions give a detailed overview of hormones and transition-related surgeries.
Who: Any trans and non-binary person considering hormones and/or transition related surgery.
When: 2023 dates for “Hormones and Health” and “Transition-related Surgeries” to be announced.
For information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org