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Counselling & AccessAbility Services (CAAS)

At St. Lawrence College we have Counselling & AccessAbility services that are open to all SLC students.

• Kingston Campus - 613-544-5400, ext. 1593
• Brockville Campus - 613-345-0660, ext. 3154, Room 100
• Cornwall Campus - 613-933-6080, ext. 2709, Room M14

Security

Reach security at each campus by dialing ext. 5555.

SLC Alliance Club

The goal for ‘The Alliance’ club is to form an alliance and positive relationships between gay and straight students to fight homophobia, isolation, marginalization, violence, and exclusion in the community. The Alliance promotes acceptance, respect, and tolerance of all individuals regardless of racial background, socio-economic status, gender, religion, or sexual orientation. Join us to help raise awareness and promote education about homophobia and other forms of sexual oppression. For more information on SLC Alliance, click here.

Campus Health Centre

Click here for more information on the Campus Health Centre in Kingston.

Community Resources

Brockville

  • PFLAG Canada, Brockville Chapter – a national charitable organization that speaks for a more accepting Canadian society by providing support, education and resources to all people who wish to grow in their understanding of sexual and gender diversity. www.pflagbrockville.weebly.com/
  • Brockville Pride brockvillepride.weebly.com

Cornwall

  • LGBTQ Social Gathering – a monthly gathering for LGBTQ community members and family/allies. Provides a safe environment for support, education and resources.
    www.seawayvalleychc.ca/lgbtq
  • PFLAG Canada, Cornwall Chapter – a national charitable organization that speaks for a more accepting Canadian society by providing support, education and resources to all people who wish to grow in their understanding of sexual and gender diversity.

Kingston

  • HIV/AIDS Regional Services (HARS) – providing education and support programs around HIV/AIDS plus as well as some Hepatitis C services. Includes a Youth Outreach program for LGBTQ+ youth under 19.
  • Ontario Aboriginal HIV/AIDS Strategy (OAHAS) 613-548-6078, kingstonstrategy@bellnet.ca - 844a Princess Street
  • OAHAS provides free, confidential information, education, services to urban and rural Aboriginal people who are living with, at risk for, or affected by by HIV/AIDS. Are services are client-centred and culturally based.
  • Coming Out, Living After – a queer community discussion group for all members of the Kingston community. www.comingoutlivingafter.yolasite.com
  • Here and Queer in Kingston – a directory of Queer-Positive Resources in Kingston.
  • Sexual Health Resource Centre – confidential, non-judgmental, sex positive, pro-choice, queer positive, non-heterosexist and feminist information and referral service for questions regarding sex, sexuality and sexual health.
  • Education on Queer Issues Project 613-533-2725
  • Out/In Kingston – an event portal for LGBTQ+ events in Kingston. Website also features a comprehensive resource listing. www.outin.ca
  • Kingston Pride www.kingstonpride.ca
  • The LGBT Pride Committees meets throughout the year and is always look or for volunteers.
  • Kingston Reelout queer Video + film Festival www.reelout.com
  • Kingston’s annual queer film festival features queer-themed films from around the world, panel discussion, receptions and social events. It is typically held in January and February
  • Queers at Queens
  • PFLAG Canada, Kingston Chapter – a national charitable organization that speaks for a more accepting Canadian society by providing support, education and resources to all people who wish to grow in their understanding of sexual and gender diversity. www.pflagcanada.ca
  • TransFamily Kingston – a community of support for trans folk, family, and friends. Website also features a comprehensive resource listing. www.transfamilykingston.com

Ontario

  • Ontario Pride Events - website
  • Good2Talk – a free, confidential and anonymous helpline providing professional counselling and information and referrals for mental health, addictions and well-being to post-secondary students in Ontario, 24/7/365. Phone: 1-866-925-5454 or dial 2-1-1 and ask to be connected with Good2Talk. https://good2talk.ca/
  • Rainbow Health Ontario – working to improve the health and well-being of LGBTQ people in Ontario, and to increase access to competent and LGBTQ friendly health care services across the province. www.rainbowhealthontario.ca
  • Mental Health Helpline – provides information about mental health services in Ontario. Phone: 1-866-531-2600. www.mentalhealthhelpline.ca
  • Lesbian Gay Bi Trans Youth Line – confidential, non-judgmental, and informed LGBTTQQ2SI peer support. Phone: 1-800-268-9688. Text: 647-694-4275. www.youthline.ca

International

  • International Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans and Intersex Association ilga.org
  • Trans Life Line – providing culturally competent services to Trans and gender nonconforming people in crisis. www.translifeline.org Phone: 877-330-6366
  • AVEN – the world's largest online asexual community as well as a large archive of resources on asexuality. www.asexuality.org

Related College Policies:

  • SLC student Code of Conduct
  • Workplace Discrimination and Bullying
  • Discrimination based on Gender Identity - OHRC
  • Discrimination based on Sexual Orientation – OHRC
  • Preventing discrimination based on Gender Identity and Gender Expression – OHRC
  • Preventing Sexual and gender-based harassment - OHRC
  • Complaints Policy