Sexuality and Sexual Orientation

Issues surrounding sexuality and sexual orientation can cause symptoms of anxiety or depression. LGBTQ individuals can experience poor mental health outcomes as the result of prejudice and other biases they struggle against and the accompanying trauma they may experience. If you or someone you love is struggling with issues surrounding their sexuality, please contact the organizations below.

Please note: AMI-Quebec helps families cope with mental health problems and illnesses in a loved one. Although everyone is welcome to use our services (where applicable), we do not have services specifically for issues surrounding sexuality and sexual orientation. Contact the organizations below for help.




AgirWebsiteSupport for LGBTQ immigrants and refugees [E/F]Montreal
ASTTEQ514-847-0067 x207Support and events for trans people [E/F]QC (Montreal)
Centre de Solidarite Lesbienne514-526-2452Support and aid for lesbian women [F]Montreal
Centre for Gender Advocacy514-848-2424 x7431Drop-in and by appointment peer support and advocacy. Providing access to resources (including multimedia resources) to the Concordia and Greater Montreal community. [E]Montreal (Ville-Marie)
Info, listening, referrals, support by phone, email and web-chat [E/F]QC (Montreal)
McGill Sexual Identity Centre514-934-1934 x43585Specialized mental health services for individuals, couples, families [E/F]Montreal
Montreal LGBTQ+ Community Centre 514-528-8424Drop-in centre, support, legal information, library, meetings [E/F]Montreal (Ville-Marie)
Project 10514-989-0001Listening line, peer couns., advocacy, accomp., workshops, referal to therapists for youth [E/F] (ages 14-25)Montreal
Rezo514-521-7665Support, information, workshops, testing, counselling, etc. [E/F]Montreal
SexandU.caWebsiteInformation on sexuality, safer sex, sexual orientation, etc. [E/F]Canada
West Island LGBTQ2+ Centre 514-794-5428Drop-in centre & outings for LGBTQ2+ community; resources, information, group for parents [E/F]Montreal (West Island)