Comox Valley (Courtney, Comox, Cumberland, 19 Wing, Melville, Back Creek, Saratoga, Union Bay, Fanny Bay, Royston, Denman Island, Hornby Island, Mount Washington)
AIDS Vancouver Island
Office Hours: Mon-Thu 9am-4pm, Fri 11am-3pm
Phone: (250) 338-7400
Toll free: 1-877-311-7400
Address: 355 6th St., Courtenay, BC, V9N 1M2
Description: Support for those living with HIV and/or hepatitis C. Drop-in medical clinic (hours vary). Infoline. Group education. Harm reduction. Support. Wellness programs.
Support for Gay, Bi and Trans Identified Men including groups, outreach and workshops.
Comox Valley Poly 101
Hours: Meetings 1st Saturday of the month
Address: Meetings at 542 Cliffe Avenue, Courtenay, BC
Description: Mission is to normalize and demystify open relationships and polyamory. Widely ranging topics are pre-arranged but discussion is free-form and based on participants' contributions. You don't have to identify as polyamorous to join us online, or to attend a discussion. Come to ask questions, build community and/or learn more about polyamory.
Comox United Church
Phone: (250) 339-3966
Address: 250 Beach Drive, Comox, BC V9M 1P9
Description: Comox United is an Affirming United Church, meaning that we belong to and ascribe to the vision of Affirm United, a GLBTQ affiliate of & advisor to the United Church General Counsel. An Affirming church is a place where individuals and families can feel confident that they will not be attacked from the pulpit, that their family milestones will be celebrated, and that people will welcome their stories and protect them from spiritual harm. Our interpretation of the scriptures puts love at the centre, and is therefore completely congruent with building a community that celebrates the diversity of creation.
Pride Society of the Comox Valley
Description: Communicating with government, community and corporations to discuss LGBTQ+ related issues in the community and workplace. Serving as a resource for youth focused programs and service groups. Advocating on behalf of LGBTQ+ youth in areas where they are not being fairly acknowledged or represented. Contributing to the general Comox Valley Community as a resource and as active members of society.