Support Groups

  • BLiNK

    BLiNK is a play group for ages 12 and under with a name meant to signify that it is “not only blue and not only pink.” BLiNK is a monthly opportunity for families with gender-creative and trans kids to make friends and participate in fun activities; to be proud of themselves and accepting of each other in an affirming environment, no matter their style.

  • New Pride of Winnipeg

    Newcomers to Canada (immigrants and folks with refugee experience) who identify as LGBTQ+ are invited to join us for fabulous fun and friendship! At the social support group, New Pride of Winnipeg, we encourage you to enjoy making connections, practice your English, hang out at movie nights, and indulge in food from all over the world.

  • Over the Rainbow

    A social support group for the 55± LGBT2SQ+ folks in Winnipeg and surrounding areas. 

  • Partners in Process

    A social support group for partners and people who love those under the trans* umbrella.

  • PFFoTI: Parents, Family, and Friends of Trans Individuals

    We are a social support group that is here to talk, listen, support and work to understand the thoughts, feelings, and conflicts that often go hand-in-hand with having a loved one who identifies as transgender.

  • Rainbow Alliance for Men

    Rainbow Alliance for Men is a place for all gay, bisexual, trans, two-spirit, queer, and questioning men who are 18+ to come together in a safe, comfortable and inclusive environment.

  • SOSA: Society of OUT-Standing Artists

    SOSA is a monthly art leisure group for LGBT2SQ+ artists and art-enthusiasts. All sessions are free and vary in topic, as decided upon by the group itself. Sessions have included art exhibitions, song writing workshops, talent shows, make-up and costuming workshops, etc.

  • Transmasculine Manitoba

    Social support group for transmasculine individuals. Open to the general public.

  • Winnipeg Transgender Support Group

    This social support group offers a monthly opportunity to meet other gender variant folk, share information and experiences, learn from one another, and support each other. The group is also an opportunity for people to present in their preferred gender in a safe and affirming place. Male-to-female and female-to-male welcome, and open to the general public. 

  • Youth Program

    Rainbow Resource Centre's Youth Program is for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, two-spirit, queer, questioning, intersex and allied (LGBT2SQ+) youth ages 13-21.