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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OK2BME Youth Group (ages 15-18): Therapy Dogs

Visit with St. John Ambulance Therapy Dogs

OK2BME Youth Group (ages 12-14): Therapy Dogs

Visit with St. John Ambulance Therapy Dogs

Public Education: Parenting Gender Independent Kids

The workshop is designed to address the unique challenges that may be faced by parents of children or teens who identify as gender independent or transgender.

CAMBRIDGE OK2BME Youth Group (ages 12-18): Craft Night

Crafting Night

OK2BME Youth Group (ages 15-18): Ice Cream Field Trip

Ice Cream Field Trip and Crafts

OK2BME Youth Group (ages 12-14): Talent Show

Talent Show

CAMBRIDGE OK2BME Youth Group (ages 12-18): Field Trip to Idea Exchange

Field Trip to Idea Exchange

OK2BME Youth Group (ages 15-18): Exploring Healthy Relationships

Exploring Healthy Relationships– SHORE Centre

OK2BME Youth Group (ages 12-14): Healthy Lifestyles

Healthy Lifestyles

CAMBRIDGE OK2BME Youth Group (ages 12-18): Fireside Chats

Fireside Chats

Latest News & Blog

Local Trainers, Speakers and Consultants on LGBTQ2+ Issues

Local Trainers, Speakers and Consultants on LGBTQ2+ Issues

Are you someone who delivers LGBTQ2+ Education Services in Waterloo Region? Or do you do cool workshops to support LGBTQ2+ Youth? Than this blog post is for you!

Study on LGBTQ2 Health in Canada

Study on LGBTQ2 Health in Canada

On May 7, 2019, two OK2BME team members, Washington Silk and Scott Williams, went to Ottawa to speak to the House of Commons of Canada’s Standing Committee on Health.

An Enchanted Forest

An Enchanted Forest

As part of the OK2BME Youth Leadership Group (aka the GSA Squad) we are in charge of picking the theme, deciding on the poster, making the decorations and organizing the overall experience for the Pride Prom. We meet together every other Tuesday to make decisions, discuss plans and sometimes just eat pizza. The leadership group gives us a place to work with others and give back to the community. Having youth plan youth events helps to make the events more interesting and appropriate while also giving the youth a chance to be involved.

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