Pieces to Pathways is a peer-led initiative creating Canada's first ever substance use support program for LGBTTQQ2SIA+ people 16-29 years old.
We host community events on a monthly basis. Please join us on Friday, April 27th to make harm reduction kits, hormone kits, queer safer sex kits and party packs together. This is an open event for regular participants of our programs as well as those who want to get involved.
Come learn more about harm reduction!
Snacks, refreshments and tokens will be provided.
We are located at 21 Strickland ave, just north of Queen and Dufferin. The first floor of the building is accessible. We have gender neutral washrooms and one private wheelchair accessible washroom.
If you have any questions, check out our frequently asked questions (FAQ) below or feel free to call/text us at (647)209-2043
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1) What is kit making?
It is a gathering where we build harm reduction kits (i.e. safer smoking kits, safer party kits, safer sex kits). We will provide all of the supplies and show you how to make them
2) Is it ok if I'm late?
Within reason, that's totally fine! We generally start off with some snacks and hang out in the space. We will start kit-making around 2:00-2:30, so please come by when it's convenient for you!
3) I have triggers with certain paraphernalia, is there a way to avoid it?
Yes, please message us beforehand if you have certain concerns, so we can accommodate you. We are planning to have two party pack stations- one will have safer sex & safer party supplies, and the other room will have safer injection & smoking supplies.
4) How do I get there?
From Queen and Dufferin
Head west on Queen St and take the first right onto Noble Street
Walk north on Noble street (the road will curve)
Take the next right onto Strickland
You will see a big grey building, that's us!
5) What if I'm older than 29?
Although our programs serve queer and trans folks between the ages of 16-29, our community events are open for any folks who want to volunteer, participate or get involved.