It takes courage and support to grow up into who you are.

Our Youth Program consists of group drop-in spaces, our Bras, Binders, and Breast Forms Exchange Program, one-on-one support, and referrals and resources for 2SLGBTQIA+ youth ages 25 and under.

Youth Drop-ins

Our Youth drop-ins are a community-oriented space where youth can hang out and seek support. Our drop-ins are a great place to meet similar people and to just be yourself. During drop-in times, there are always youth workers, volunteers, and other youth who are excited to get to know you.

Activities include games, crafts, as well as the opportunity for open hangout time with peers.

QMUNITY offers two different age groups for drop-ins:

  • GAB Youth: for youth 14-25;
    • Wednesdays 4-5 PM: online
    • Fridays 4-6 PM: in person at QMUNITY’s offices

Contact: for details and Zoom link

  • GAB Junior: for youth 10-13
    • Thursdays 5-6 PM: online

Contact: for details and Zoom link

Please note that the Gab Junior group is volunteer-run and may take us a few days to reply to your email. We appreciate your patience.

Drop-in Monthly Calendar

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Bras, Binders, and Breast Forms (BBB) Program

Our Bra and Binder Exchange Program provides free new and used gender affirming chest-wear (bras, binders and breast forms) to trans and gender-variant youth who are unable to attain these garments otherwise.

Learn more

GAB Guidelines

The GAB Guidelines is an evolving document that has been created with, by, and for youth accessing QMUNITY youth spaces and events.

View the guidelines online

Special Events

Our Youth Program puts on a number of special events each year with the help and guidance of our Youth Advisory Committee. Youth from all over Greater Vancouver, the Fraser Valley, Vancouver Island and the Squamish Corridor come to these events to meet other queer, trans, and Two-Spirit folks and find community. We team up with other organizations serving queer, trans, and Two-Spirit youth, like the Fraser Valley Youth Society and the Generation OUT, to make these events a great time for everyone.

Check out our special events

Support for Parents

Parents, guardians and caregivers are an important part of a child or youth’s life. When young folks have questions about gender or sexuality, they are often looking for support. As a parent, a child coming out to you as queer and/or trans can be daunting and new. Our first recommendation is to connect your youth with our services. We offer two weekly drop-ins for LGBTQ2SAI+ youth aged 14 to 25 as well as fun special events and one on one support.

Learn more about support for parents

Youth Program Contacts

For any other inquiries please visit our Contact Us page.

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