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Phone Number: 
604-688-1441
Email: 
info@youthco.org

Location

568 Seymour St
Vancouver , BC V6B 3J5
Canada
Services: 
counseling/therapy or support groups
trans gender/gender-variant services
LGBQ services (lesbian, gay, bisexual, queer or questioning)
teen-specific services
Additional Services: 
Information, Education and peer support around issues of HIV + HepC. Needle exchange service. Meal program serving 2 meals a week to HIV and/or HepC youth under 30. Free Condoms and lube. Volunteer program.
Do they offer sliding scale/low-cost/no-cost services?: 
Yes
Can they provide services in more than one language?: 
No
Do they offer free condoms?: 
Yes
Is this clinic/provider accessible for people with disabilities?: 
Yes

YouthCO is Canada’s first youth-driven organization leading the HIV and HepC movement through peer education, support, and shared leadership.

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