P.E.E.P (Peer Engagement and Empowerment Project)Do you or have you used drugs that are not prescribed to you or that are illegal? This project is for people with drug use experience and includes a series of community engagement sessions to help develop programming that speaks to the things that are most important to you. This is the first phase of a 5 year program that includes peer to peer knowledge sharing, leadership building and advocacy skills building.
Want to get involved? Get in touch with us at 902-566-2437 or email us
NUTRITION PROGRAM & MAKING ENDS MEETDo you live with HIV or Hep C? Each year, we partner with the Charlottetown Farmers Market for 6 months of the year so that you can access fresh, local food from the Charlottetown Farmers market through the Market Dollar Program. Space is limited for this program.
Are you living with HIV or Hep C and struggle to make ends meet? We can help with personal hygiene products. Give us a call and register and we can provide you with personal hygiene products depending on what we have in stock. All information is kept completely confidential.
If you are interested in learning more please contact us at 902-566-2437 or email us
ROOTS & SHOOTSAre you a parent or caregiver of a transgender or gender creative child? Roots & Shoots is a supportive space for families with trans or gender diverse children. This program is based on the two most important parts of a plat: the Roots (parents & caregivers) are responsible for nurturing the Shoots (children & dependents) to be the best version of themselves they can be!
No matter how old your child is, all family members are welcome to join PEERS Alliance staff & volunteers to have discussions, gain knowledge, and enjoy light refreshments in a non-judgmental environment. Bring your open minds and hearts, and learn best practices for supporting the trans or gender diverse member(s) of your family.
Is your gender creative child under 14 years of age? Bring them along for some fun with Sierra Club PEI Wild Child staff & volunteers and kids who are just like them! Cisgender siblings under 14 welcome. Register your family here
Roots & Shoots meets on the 4th Thursday of every month from 6-8pm at Stratford Elementary School. For more questions, contact Rory at firstname.lastname@example.org
PEI's QUEER YOUTH COLLECTIVEAre you a member of the 2SLGBTQ+ community, under the age of 19, and looking for new pals and fun times!? The PEI Queer Youth Collective is open to two-spirit, lesbian, gay, bisexual, pansexual, trans, queer, questioning, and allies of 2SLGBTQ+ youth (≤18). The Queer Youth Collective meets in Charlottetown, Summerside, and Tignish!
Charlottetown: on the second and last Tuesday of each month, from 6 – 8pm, at Murphy’s Community Centre (200 Richmond St.)
Summerside: on the first and third Tuesday of each month, from 6 - 8pm, at the Youth Engagement Centre (381 Notre Dame St.)
Alberton: on the third Tuesday of each month, from 6 - 8pm, at the Alberton Employment Resource Centre (479 Church St.)
Each meeting provides youth with the opportunity to participate in discussion and fun activities. The sessions are led by trained staff and volunteers and include a healthy snack. You will not be asked to identify and all are welcome to attend. Want to know more? Contact our Youth Services Coordinator, Rory at email@example.com or give us a call at 902-566-2437.
2SLGBTQ+ ADULT GROUPAre you a member of the 2SLGBTQ+ community, over the age of 18, looking for good times and community? Join us at the 2SLGBTQ+ Adult Drop-In on the 3rd Wednesday of every month at Holland College (Kent St. Entrance) from 6-8pm! New themes and activities each month!
For more information, contact Angele at firstname.lastname@example.org or give us a call at 902-566-2437
TOTALLY OUTRIGHTTotally OUTright is a FREE, sexual health leadership program for gay, bi, two-spirit, trans* and queer* (GB2STQ*) guys from across PEI and Nova Scotia. It’s for guys who are interested in meeting other guys, and learning more about their sexual health and overall well being.
Over four days, participants will engage in interactive, thought provoking presentations from community leaders and experts in GB2STQ* men’s health. Topics range from: coming out to sex, relationships to drug related harm reduction, community history to accessing healthcare, and a whole lot in between! Participants will also work together on a health-themed social-media group project.
The program happens in Nova Scotia and all expenses are covered including transportation, accommodation and food. The next offering is planned for May 15-18 2020, for guys age 30+. Interested? Contact email@example.com or give us a call at 902-566-2437.