The Center shares how it has responded to our community during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Category: Timeline Stories
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The Board of Directors voted unanimously that The Center will no longer allow armed uniformed law enforcement officers at Center facilities or at Center events, unless as a last resort or in response to a true emergency. The Center works with the Coalition for Police Accountability and Transparency (CPAT) in..Read More
The Center closed its doors for in-person services due to the COVID-19 pandemic on March 20, 2020 and postponed two major fundraising events: Dining Out For Life San Diego and The Harvey Milk Diversity Breakfast. The Center is currently providing Emergency Services: Emergency Referral and Resource phone line, Behavioral Health..Read More
In an effort to better serve the Black LGBTQ community, The Center hosted a Black Town Hall. This event led to many initiatives including the formation of the Black LGBTQ Community Advisory Committee. This committee, in partnership with The Gender Phluid Collective, the San Diego Black LGBTQ Coalition, and the..Read More
To help LGBTQ community members experiencing homelessness, The Center’s housing program went from Sunburst Youth Housing Project to an entire continuum of housing services and homelessness prevention –family reunification, host homes, and LGBT Safe S.T.A.Y. emergency overnight housing now open 7 nights a week, NPSA, permanent supportive housing programs to..Read More