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.

Pregnancy & Childbirth

9983 Keele Street, Unit 102

A midwife is a primary health care professional who provides expert care during normal pregnancy, labour and birth. Midwives also provide care to both mother and baby for 6 weeks after the birth. Family Care Midwives provide a safe, accessible and supportive environment for our diverse clientele and our midwifery team. Midwifery care is part of the Ontario health care system and is fully paid for by the government to any resident of Ontario, with or without OHIP.

Covered by provincial health care
Self referral
L6A 3Y5
Maple Medical Arts, 9983 Keele St. Unit 102
Women, Trans people, Youth, Adults, LGBT parents, Two-Spirit, Intersex, People Living with Disabilities, Racialized Communities

Primary care for pregnancy, birth and early postpartum. Midwifery care is provided through the principles of Informed Choice, Continuity of Care, and Support for Normal Pregnancy and Birth. For more information, please see

English, French, Spanish
M5T 3A9
450-340 College Street
(416) 928-9777
Men, Women, Trans people, Children, Youth, Adults, Seniors, LGBT parents, Family members of LGBT people
Kira Liss, Birth & Movement
DONA certified doula, pre & postntal yoga instructor
pregnancy support, labor support, postpartum support, prenatal movement, postnatal restorative exercise, infant sleep, acupressure

Kira is a full spectrum doula serving the Toronto area. She is committed to provided holistic, attentive, compassionate doula care to each individual and family through their perinatal journey. She strongly believes in working from an equity focused perspective, meeting each individual where they are at and acknowledging their unique experiences and history. Kira is a proud member of the LGBTQ+ community and is especially passionate about working with families that fall within this spectrum.

Low cost/sliding scale, Fee for service
Self referral
College and Clinton
Men, Women, Trans people, Adults, LGBT parents
prenatal,childbirth,postpartum care

KW Doula Services offers prebirth, labour and postpartum support services to women and their partners. It is our belief that every woman has the right to a birth experience that is both positive and fondly remembered whether it be natural or medical, vaginal or c section or at home or in the hospital. We provide support, encouragement and knowledge to help with every step of the way. Also offered are in home "bringing home baby" classes that cover the first week of infant care as well as vital information. We come to your home to offer these classes in a more private and realistic setting where you will actually be bringing home your baby! Serving: Kitchener, Waterloo, Cambridge, and Guelph, ON.

(519) 569-9668
Women, Adults, LGBT parents

Lindsey White is a practicing Naturopathic Doctor in Toronto. As a member of the LGBQT community I have a strong passion and understanding for the communities health needs. I have worked with members of the community in different contexts. I have also had the opportunity to attend Dykes planning Tykes course.

What is Naturopathic Medicine?
Naturopathic medicine is a distinct system of primary care that addresses the root cause of illness or disease and promotes health and healing using natural therapies. While Naturopathic care helps to alleviate specific symptoms and improve quality of life, Naturopathic Doctors are primarily concerned with thoroughly understanding a patient’s health and addressing the root cause of an illness by providing individualized treatment plans.

Naturopathic Doctors approach individuals or couples from a more holistic and integrative perspective and aim to understand the health of the patient through physical and functional assessments which help develop a deeper understanding of the patient’s health concerns – in addition, naturopathic doctors will explore the mental, emotional, environmental, occupational, and physical factors that contribute to the health concerns and make recommendations to treat specific diseases and promote health and well-being

About Lindsey White
I am a graduate of the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine and
I specialize in mental health and mind-body integrative medicine. I started studying naturopathic after completing my Bachelor of Science degree in Kinesiology and my yoga teacher training. Health and, more important, improving ones quality of life are at the forefront of both my professional and personal life. I was specifically drawn to naturopathic medicine because of its holistic approach to ones health and well being. I will work with you to create a space that is safe to examine your physical and mental wellbeing and help you make changes appropriate to your own life and circumstances.

As a member of the community I understand the specific health needs. I take a holistic approach, which allows individuals and couples to explore their own health including LGBQT issues. Specific issues can be related to but not limited to mental health (stress, anxiety, depression, weight loss), fertility issues (hormone support) and general lifestyle improvements (digestion, sleep, pain). I use individualized treatment plans that will include nutrition, herbs, homeopathy, acupuncture and counseling.

Fee for service
Self referral, appointment required
M5G 1K3
2 College Street, Suite 105
(416) 807-7187
Men, Women, Trans people, Children, Youth, Adults, Seniors, LGBT parents, Family members of LGBT people

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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.