Health Initiative for Men (HIM) Services in BC Northern region:
Whether it’s yoga, dance, or just a way to find community, HIM is constantly looking to provide ways for you to connect with your community, body, and strengthen your physical health. HIM also offers a number of virtual activities for physical health which are made available to GBT2Q men on Vancouver Island and across BC
Whether you need STI testing or workshops on healthy relationships, HIM has got you covered on all things Sexual Health. We work with local and regional partners to provide the most appropriate services for community members looking to strengthen their sexual health. HIM also offers a number of Sexual Health Tools which are available online to everyone in BC.
At HIM, we know that being social is an important part of how we stay healthy. Wherever you stand, from introvert to extrovert, HIM has a wide array of programming that meet your social health needs. Join us for our regularly scheduled, inclusive programs, or drop-in for our bigger events! HIM North is working hard to curate programming for all occasions.
We know that mental health is an important part of staying healthy and that every person is on their own journey to mental wellbeing. That’s why HIM North has curated counselling options for all income levels, because we believe that mental health shouldn’t have barriers. HIM provides in-house counselling options specifically for GBT2Q communities. Interested in counselling at HIM? Write to firstname.lastname@example.org or click the link below to fill out our HIM Mental Health Questionnaire. One of our team members will follow up to guide you.
- Northern GBT2Q Health Directory:
This directory was created to provide GBT2Q communities with resources from their area to help strengthen our health and well-being. The directory consists of options for STI testing, counselling, PrEP referrals, and social groups. We will periodically update the directory for accuracy and additions.
- Queering Prince George Healthcare:
Summary and recommendations from a GBT2Q+ community consultation.