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Trans + Partners

Trans + Partners provides a space where people in long-term relationships can meet and discuss with others the complexities involved when one or more partner is transitioning or exploring their gender identity.

We encourage partners to come together, but it is not required.

Date: 4th Tuesday of each month

Time: 7 pm – 9 pm

Location: QMUNITY’s Main Office, Meeting Room

Address: 1170 Bute Street

Accessibility: This location is unfortunately not wheelchair accessible. Please contact the group organizer to make alternate arrangements.

This is a peer-facilitated group run by dedicated volunteers from our community.

For more information Email: [email protected]

Trans Medical Support Group

Trans Medical Support Group (TMSG) is a safe meeting place for all trans and gender diverse people who have undergone, or who are interested in accessing, gender-affirming medical care (or alternatives). Whether you are nervous about an upcoming surgery or hormones, want to share your wisdom, or just want to connect with other trans people moving through the medical system -- all are welcome. Come meet other folks to chat, share resources and tips, and learn from each other. Note: TMSG is not facilitated by doctors or medical professionals and cannot provide medical advice.

Trans Medical Support Group meets in QMUNITY's Accessible Office, a scent-reduced space. Please avoid using perfume, cologne, essential oils, or scented lotions etc.


Date: Every 3rd Thursday of each month

June 20th
August 15th
October 17th
December 19th

Time: 6:30 pm – 9:30 pm

Location: QMUNITY’s Accessible Office

Address: Suite 610 – 1033 Davie St.

Accessibility: This location is wheelchair accessible & scent reduced

This group is moderated & facilitated by dedicated peer volunteers. Please be patient if we don’t immediately respond to inquiries.

For more information: Email transmedical.group[at]qmunity.ca or call 604.684.5307

Access Pro-Bono Free Legal Help

Access Pro-Bono is a non-profit organization that offers free legal advice and some free legal representation to British Columbians.

Volunteer lawyers are available by appointment to assist the LGBTQ/2S community with Family, Wills & Estates, Immigration, and other matters.

To book an appointment please call 604-878-7400 or toll free 1-877-762-6664 and ask to be booked into the QMUNITY clinic.

Please note that drop-in appointments are not available - clients must book ahead to ensure the appropriate lawyer is available.


Vancouvenites - Asexual & Aromantic Social & Support Group

A community space for those who are (or think they might be) on the asexual or aromantic spectrum to meet and discusses issues relevant to their lives and identities.

WHAT: A community space to discuss ace and aro identities and issues.

WHERE: QMUNITY’s Accessible Office – 610 – 1033 Davie St.

This location is wheelchair / scooter accessible.


Saturday November 10: 2-5 PM

Friday December 7: 6-8PM

Saturday January 12: 2-5 PM

CONTACT: [email protected]

This is a peer-facilitated group run by dedicated community volunteers, with support from QMUNITY, the Asexual Visibility and Education Network, and Asexual Outreach


Gab Youth Drop-in

The Gab Youth drop-in is a cool place where youth can kick back and talk with friends. It’s also a great place to meet people that have similar questions about sexual orientation or gender identity.

During drop-in times, there are always cool volunteers and other youth who would love to hear about your life.

Wednesdays: 4-6 pm Fridays: 6-9 pm

Location: QMUNITY Main Location

Address: 1170 Bute Street

Cost: Free

Accessibility:This location is unfortunately not wheelchair accessible*.

Email a Youth Worker

This group is run by QMUNITY staff.

* Please contact us if you require accessibility arrangements to attend this group.

Rainbow Refugee Committee

Founded in 2000, Rainbow Refugee Committee (RRC) is a member-driven, all-volunteers community group that supports and advocates with people seeking refugee protection because of persecution based on sexual orientation, gender identity, or HIV status.


Date and Time:

2nd Thursday of the month — 7:30 to 10 pm

3rd Thursday of the month — 7:30 to 9:30 pm

4th Thursday of the month (when it’s not the last) — 5 to 7 pm

Last Thursday of the month (when applicable) — 7:30 to 9:30 pm

Location: QMUNITY

Address: 1170 Bute Street

Cost: Free

Accessibility: This location is unfortunately not wheelchair accessible.

Email the organizers

This is a third-party group. For more information, visit www.rainbowrefugee.ca