Our directory lists health, legal, and social service providers as well as programs that have expressed a commitment to providing competent and welcoming care to LGBTQ parents, prospective parents, and their children.

While the emphasis is on listings within the greater Toronto area, it includes listings from across Ontario.

Many families are unsure where to start to find LGBTQ competent lawyers, family doctors, fertility clinics, adoption professionals, doulas, midwives, or child care workers. This directory allows LGBTQ people to search for providers within their geographic area who have experience working with our communities.

Rainbow Health Ontario provides a similar directory which includes only health and social service providers across Ontario.

Assisted Reproduction Services

Sperm banking,Mail in kit,anonymous donor sperm

CAN-AM Cryoservices is the largest distributor of donor sperm and donor eggs across Canada. With locations in Hamilton, Ontario and Montréal, and a Canada-wide network of preferred partner clinics, we can offer clients the best price and selection of donor sperm and donor eggs for IVF treatment and donor insemination.

Search through hundreds of donors quickly and easily using our online donor search tool: filter by the criteria most important to you, like physical appearance, ethnic background or donor anonymity. We also provide on-site consultations with access to photos and extended donor information to help you make your decision.

Sperm banking clients can visit our main laboratory or use our home-collection kit for personal sperm storage. The PreServe Sperm Transport kit™ can be shipped from any FedEx distribution centre with Priority service in Canada.

Fee for service
Self referral
L8S 1B7
1057 Main St. W, Suite 102
Men, Women, Trans people, Adults, LGBT parents, Family members of LGBT people, Racialized Communities
Roth Edney
Counselling/Mental Health/Therapy,Assisted Reproduction Services

Dara Roth Edney has been practicing social work in Toronto, Canada for more than 12 years. Her focus includes assisted reproduction (AR) counselling as well as mental health research. She works closely with individuals and families of all kinds, as they navigate their way through the assisted reproduction system.

Based on her personal experiences with surrogacy and her educational background, Dara has designed a unique practice with a particular focus on 3rd party reproduction, providing counselling for people as they work through AR decision-making processes and other AR-related issues. She specializes in counselling for Intended Parents/Recipient Families and assessments for egg and sperm donors, surrogates and embryo donation arrangements. As well, Dara offers support when infertility is a factor or a prenatal/perinatal loss has occurred.

Dara’s clients come from all over the world and she works closely with well-respected clinics, doctors, supporting agencies and other professionals. In particular, more than half of Dara’s clients are from LGBTQ communities and she has worked closely with LGBTQ individuals, families and agencies for most of her career. She is dedicated to supporting the unique needs, celebrations and challenges faced by LGBTQ people as they build families. She is a committed advocate and is proud to stand up for her clients to ensure AR options are equitably accessible to them in ways that suit their needs.

Professional credentials and memberships:
• MSW, Social Work, University of Toronto
• BSW, York University
• BA, McGill University
• Registered Social Worker (RSW), Ontario College of Social Workers and Social Service Workers
• Member, Canadian Fertility and Andrology Society (CFAS);
• Member, Counselling Special Interest Group (CCSIG) of the CFAS;
• Member, Ontario Association of Social Workers (OASW)
• Professional Member, Infertility Awareness Association of Canada (IAAC)
• Member, Advisory Committee of a research study exploring the experiences of LGBTQ people with assisted human reproduction services in Ontario (conducted by the LGBTQ Parenting Network, Sherbourne Health Centre and the Researching for LGBT Health team of The Centre for Addiction and Mental Health, Toronto)
• Regularly invited speaker at the Dykes Planning Tykes/Daddies & Papas 2B Fertility Fair where she speaks about her professional and personal experiences of surrogacy.

Fee for service
Self referral, Referral from doctor, Referral from other service provider, Appointment required
M6G 2V3
773 Euclid Avenue
Men, Women, Trans people, Children, Youth, Adults, Seniors, LGBT parents, Family members of LGBT people
Family Law,immigration law

Jordan Battista is a firm with expertise in providing legal services to the LGBTQ community in the areas of family, immigration and refugee, wills/estates, assisted reproduction and real estate to the LGBTQ community. We have helped hundreds of couples form their families, whether through adoption, surrogacy, or gamete donation. We have helped obtain immigration status for hundreds of members of the LGBTQ communities who were at risk of persecution in their home countries and we have helped same-sex couples reunite in Canada through sponsorship. We are sensitive to the needs of people with HIV in all areas of our practice and have had a long standing commitment to advocacy in HIV+ community.

English, Tamil
Fee for service
Self referral
M4W 1B9
1000-160 Bloor Street East
(416) 203-2899
Men, Women, Trans people, Children, Youth, Adults, Seniors, LGBT parents, Family members of LGBT people
Reproductive Law

Lisa Feldstein, B.A., J.D., is a health lawyer practicing in Markham, Ontario in the area of Family Health Law™. She negotiates, drafts and reviews agreements for and provides independent legal advice to intended parents, surrogates and donors. She also provides advice relating to privacy, research, informed consent and other ancillary matters.

Lisa has numerous health law publications, most notably in the Canadian Journal of Family Law on access to assisted conception. Lisa teaches negotiation at Osgoode Hall Law School in Toronto, Ontario and sits on the board of the charity BALANCE for Blind Adults.

Fee for service
L3R 9X9
20 Crown Steel Drive, Unit 12
Men, Women, Trans people, Children, Youth, Adults, Seniors, LGBT parents, Family members of LGBT people
Donor sperm

Outreach Health Services provides a warm, caring, knowledgeable environment in which to assist you in your choice of high quality donor semen from global sources. We offer the largest selection of donor semen available to Canadian clients. We have been creating Canadian families since 1999! Our customer service is unparalleled and we look forward to working with you.

Outreach Health Services works extensively with LGBTQ families.

English, French
Fee for service
L3Y 9A2
16945 Leslie St., Unit 8
Men, Women, Trans people, Adults, LGBT parents, Family members of LGBT people, Two-Spirit, Intersex, People Living with Disabilities, Racialized Communities

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If you are an LGBTQ-friendly health or social service provider in Ontario or your organization provides an LGBTQ-friendly program or service, we encourage you to list yourself or your organization in the Service Directory. Click here to fill out our online form.

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Other Directories

Rainbow Health Ontario

This directory lists  health and social service providers as well as programs that have expressed a commitment to providing competent and welcoming care to LGBTQ people in Ontario.

Trans Birth

Trans Birth is a directory created to connect trans* and gender non-conforming people and their families to midwives, OBGYNs, and doulas who provide welcoming care to our communities. Includes listings from across Canada and the US.