ASTTeQ will be closed from the 24th Dec.- 4th Jan. Should you have any urgent needs please call 514-430-1769.
ressources available during the holidays:
CACTUS: see schedule here http://cactusmontreal.org/horaires/ closed only the 25th Dec and 1st Jan.
Messagers de Rue: call 514-561-4700
(women) Patricia Mackenzie Pavillion (514) 526-6446
(women 18-30) Passages (514) 875-8119
(mixed youth 12-21) Bunker (514) 524-0029
(mixed/last resort) L'Exode Alpha (514) 508-6900
please click the link below for detailed information regarding shelter access in Montreal this winter:
https://www.cushycms.com/temporary_uploads/200669/Note de service SHU Hiver 2015-2016.pdf
Next community dinner : Dec. 21 7-9pm 1300 Sanguinet (open to trans and questionning people and their friends and allies)
In January 2016 we will be changing the date of our community dinner to the last Monday of the month to better meet the needs of our participants. Please feel free to get in touch should you have any questions.
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ASTT(e)Q aims to promote the health and well-being of trans people through peer support and advocacy, education and outreach, and community empowerment and mobilization. We understand the health of trans people and our communities to be interrelated to economic and social inequalities, which have resulted in trans people experiencing disproportionate rates of poverty, un(der)employment, precarious housing, criminalization and violence. We believe in the right to self-determine our gender identity and gender expression free from coercion, violence and discrimination. We advocate for access to health care that will meet the many needs of our diverse communities, while working collectively to build supportive, healthy and resilient communities.