San Francisco LGBT Community Center (Closed Temporarily)

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GayCities Members report that San Francisco LGBT Community Center is temporarily closed, let us know if it has re-opened
Serving the entire community since 1993
The Charles M. Holmes Campus is home to not just the LGBT Center but dozens of non-profit groups catering to the community. Founded in 1993, the Center has a staff of 25, a budget of more than $2 million, and a wide array of services under the newly renovated roof. One of its most popular programs offers new arrivals to the city information on HIV prevention services, drug & alcohol counseling, job hunting and apartment search assistance.


    • coopscadoop
      coopscadoop Over a year ago
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      Best place in the city to go for free services and fun
      They have support groups, employment help, small business advice, and several other activities happening daily at The Center. Best place for free LGBT resources in the city, hands down!

    • JosePerez2
      JosePerez2 Over a year ago
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    • mjbeahm
      mjbeahm Over a year ago
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      Funny story.
      So I decided to stop by the Center to get some advice on what to do around SF to get some gay history. You know there was that Milk guy who pioneered something or other in his day. I went up to the info desk and told the guy sitting there that I was visiting for a few days and asked if he could suggest anything to do to learn more about the history of gay rights in the area. His response was pretty priceless. He said that he didn't know of anything like that, but he could recommend a number of bars/clubs that I might like. While I appreciated his advice, it wasn't exactly what I was looking for. Lol. For the record, I have no doubt that the Center does great work and is a boon to the community. Also the building itself is pretty cool looking.

    • ShannonW
      ShannonW Over a year ago
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      SF LGBT Center
      As a board member, I might be a little biased, but I wouldn't be a board member if I didn't admire the vital work of the center so much. They provide top notch services to the under served in our community, connecting our homeless with food, our sick with medical services, our unemployed with jobs and everyone with lots of fun parties / fundraisers throughout the year. There's something for everyone at the Center. Check it out at