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Los Angeles LGBT Center

The Southern California nonprofit organization campaigns against bigotry by pursuing equity and access for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and questioning individuals.

Supporting a Spectrum of Sexualities and Genders

Los Angeles LGBT Center

The Los Angeles LGBT Center was established in 1969 to support the rights of LGBTQ+ individuals and families. Today, the organization provides comprehensive services for more LGBTQ+ people than any other such institution in the world. Its programs include health services such as medical, sexual health, and mental health care, as well as social and housing services that address issues ranging from homelessness to immigration status to legal challenges.

Beyond these direct services, the Los Angeles LGBT Center presents performances and exhibitions that celebrate the diversity of its community, and the organization hosts activities and meetings for folks to meet and connect. The center also engages in extensive leadership training for social service providers, government agencies, caregivers, and law enforcement officers across California, and offers national organizing, movement building, and policy advocacy services. The Los Angeles LGBT Center's work is driven by a single powerful vision: a world in which LGBTQ+ people thrive as healthy and equal members of society.

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