COLA (Coming Out Living After)


Feel free to contact us for more information.  And if you know of other groups or resources, please let us know.  We're always trying to expand our list!

Other Community Groups

Education on Queer Issues Project (EQUIP)
EQuIP's mission is to provide a positive space for people of all sexual and gender identities (e.g. Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Pansexual/Omnisexual, Transgender, Transsexual, Intersex, Queer, Questioning, Two-spirited, Asexual, Allies, and others), ethnic backgrounds, ages, literacy, physical and mental abilities, etc.

It is located on Queen's Campus, and is a student group.  Meetings take place on Mondays from 5:30-6:30 in the JDUC.  Email the coordinators for more information.

F.U.S.E. Youth Group

F.U.S.E. is a group for queer, trans*, genderqueer, two spirit, lesbian, bisexual, gay, pansexual, and questioning youth under the age of 19.

They meet every Tuesday at The Space (20 Montreal Street) between 3:30 and 5:30 pm.  Email the coordinators for more information.



M4MTalk is a monthly discussion group for gay, bi men who have sex with men (MSM).  Topics include: relationships, sex and pleasure, coming out, cruising, building your social circle, substance use, anxiety and depression and much more!

Email Gilles for more information at or visit M4MTalk's facebook page, Eastern Ontario M4M Health.

Counselling and Sexual Health
Queen's Counselling Services
LaSalle Building, 146 Stuart St.

Kingston Community Counselling (K3C)
417 Bagot St.

Sexual Health Resource Center (SHRC)
John Dutch University Center (JDUC), RM 223

HIV/AIDS Regional Services (HARS)

844a Princess St.


LGBTQ Parenting Network
The LGBTQ Parenting Network provides resources for LGBTQ parents, their children and communities. 

Visit their website for more information:

Facebook Pages
  • Kingston Loves the Queer Community
  • LGBT Kingston Ontario
  • Kingston Queer Events
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