The Hillcrest Youth Center opened its doors and became a critical resource for LGBTQ youth in San Diego
Category: Timeline Stories
All timeline stories.
The Behavioral Health Services RVTIP program received credentialing, and became one of the first same-sex domestic violence programs in the nation
Diagnosis of the first case of HIV disease in San Diego
The initial 1971-1972 Planning Committee for what would become The Center included Patricia Byers, Thom Carey, Patricia Cluchey, Peggy Heathers, Jess Jessop, Clint Johnson, Bernie Michels, George Murphy, Jerry Peterson, Gary Rees, John Senter, Jerry White, John Eberly, Gary Gulley and Cynthia Lawrence. The Chair of the Planning Committee was..Read More
In 1971 our world was a very different place. Being “out” simply wasn’t an option for many. Just being a member of the LGBTQ community could be dangerous, and there was no place to turn for help. We are proud of the history of The Center’s service. Originally just an..Read More