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  1. PEI Queer Youth CollectiveProvided by: PEERS Alliance - AKA: PEERS; Prevent Educate Empower Respect Support; Formerly AIDS PEI
    Staff and volunteers lead group sessions for 2SLGBTQ+ youth. Sessions include: Socializing Educational opportunities Discussions Fun activities Snacks are providedParents/caregivers are welcome to contact staff prior to each session to find out what the planne...
  2. PEI Queer Youth CollectiveProvided by: PEERS Alliance - AKA: PEERS; Prevent Educate Empower Respect Support; Formerly AIDS PEI
    Staff and volunteers lead group sessions for 2SLGBTQ+ youth. Sessions include: Socializing Educational opportunities Discussions Fun activities Snacks are providedParents/caregivers are welcome to contact staff prior to each session to find out what the planne...
  3. PEI Queer Youth CollectiveProvided by: PEERS Alliance - AKA: PEERS; Prevent Educate Empower Respect Support; Formerly AIDS PEI
    Staff and volunteers lead group sessions for 2SLGBTQ+ youth. Sessions include: Socializing Educational opportunities Discussions Fun activities Snacks are providedParents/caregivers are welcome to contact staff prior to each session to find out what the planne...
  4. Queer Youth Drop-inProvided by: PEERS Alliance - AKA: PEERS; Prevent Educate Empower Respect Support; Formerly AIDS PEI
    A safe space for queer youth to drop in and hang out with each other and participate in activities.
  5. Queer Youth Drop-inProvided by: PEERS Alliance - AKA: PEERS; Prevent Educate Empower Respect Support; Formerly AIDS PEI
    A safe space for queer youth to drop in and hang out with each other and participate in activities.
  6. Online service that provides free legal information, form-filling services, and referrals in a trans-positive and inclusive space.Law students and lawyer volunteers assist trans and gender diverse individuals with obtaining new pieces of identification. Includ...
  7. Youth become involved with their community through service projects they create, plan, and put into action. Groups meet 1-3 times a week to discuss issues they and the community struggle with and decide on a specific one to tackle. Participants gain employabil...