OK2BME is a set of support services for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender or questioning (LGBTQ) kids and teens in the Waterloo Region.

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Youth Group: Consent 101 (age 12-14)

Staff from the Sexual Assault Support Centre Male Allies program are coming to chat about consent, boundaries and healthy relationships.

Youth Group: Sex & Tech (age 12-14)

Staff from ACCKWA will join us to talk about healthy relationships, sex and the Internet. Guests from ACCKWA will share about social media, apps, technology and dating.

Take the Leap: GSA Conference 2018

Our 8th annual GSA Conference is February 7, 2018. Please connect with Washington Silk wsilk@kwcounselling.com if you have questions about this event.

Youth Group: My Gay Valentine (age 12-18)

A drop in night to have fun, hang out, and make valentine’s together! Supplies and sweets will be provided.

80s Dance Party with Smile ‘n Wave

Join us for an 80s Dance Party featuring Southern Ontario’s #1 80s New Wave cover band, Smile’n’Wave — all in support of KW Counselling Services.

Youth Group: Sex & Tech (age 15-18)

Staff from ACCKWA will join us to talk about healthy relationships, sex and the internet. Guests from ACCKWA will share about social media, apps, technology and dating.

Youth Group: Consent 101 (age 15-18)

Staff from the Sexual Assault Support Centre Male Allies program are coming to chat about consent, boundaries and healthy relationships.

Youth Group: Campfire Stories (age 12-18)

Tonight is a potluck: feel free to bring a snack to share. We will sit around the ‘campfire’ at KW Counselling Services and share stories, play games, and hang out.

Youth Group: Slam Poetry (age 12-14)

We will hear from a local Queer artist about writing and performing slam poetry. Youth will have a chance to ask questions and learn more about slam!

Youth Group: Stand Up Comedy (age 12-14)

Join us to hear some jokes, share a few laughs and learn more! A local Queer artist will come to share about writing and performing stand-up comedy.

Latest News & Blog

Let’s Talk About Self Harm

Let’s Talk About Self Harm

We have probably all known someone who uses self harming as a coping mechanism but we don’t always know how to talk about.

So let’s talk about it.

Thank You, Marsh!

Thank You, Marsh!

We are very grateful to our new friends at Marsh Canada for donating gifts to the members of our OK2BME Youth Group this holiday season!

Grand River Rainbow Historical Project

Grand River Rainbow Historical Project

The Grand River Rainbow Historical Project maintains an online archive of historical documents.

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