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Youth and Family
QVOLUTION YOUTH PROGRAM qVolution
Every Tuesday 4pm – 5:30pm
www.thecenterlv.org/programs/youth
Zoom info: https://tinyurl.com/qvirtual
QVolution is designed to meet the social, support, recreation, and development needs of LGBTQIA+ and ally youth, ages 13 to 24. We’re working to prepare our youth for the world and prepare the world for our youth! Youth Activity Nights in the Drop-in are supportive, educational, and social spaces for LGBTQIA+ & ally youth.
Academic tutoring every Thurs 2-4pm: tinyurl.com/QVOtutor


PIVOT Pivot
Next meeting TBA!
Pivot encourages families to be more accepting of their children and stay together with healthy, positive outcomes. This 6-week group for youth and caregivers answers questions and provides support through a safe, confidential, constructive space to address fear and concerns about what it means to identify as LGBTQIA+, encourages personal growth and offers community to support individual journeys. Contact Holly to join or get info hreese@thecenterlv.org.
COMPREHENSIVE SEX EDUCATION
Every Wednesday 3pm – 5pm (must enroll at ajhult@thecenterlv.org)
Youth ages 13 to 18 can receive (with parental consent) free sex education classes that cover contraception, consent, identity formation, and understanding of HIV/STI prevention, featuring the core values of abstinence, protection, and pregnancy prevention in an LGBTQIA+-inclusive and gender-neutral environment.

SOCIAL CIRKISH
To sign up, email smp4984@gmail.com.
Social CirKISH, generously funded by the John C. Kish Foundation is a series of free circus skills classes — juggling, clowning, high wire, acrobats and more — for youth 10 to 19.

PFLAG @ THE CENTER
2nd Saturdays
10am Volunteer/Business Meeting
11am Support group: Education and support for friends and family of LGBTQIA+.

FOSTERING EQUALITY
ON HOLD due to COVID
2nd & 4th Mondays at 5:30-6:30p on Zoom
Designed to support LGBTQ foster parents, and those wishing to be foster parents of LGBTQ youth. Please foster LGBTQ youth!
Seniors
ACT III SENIOR DROP-IN Act III
10am -2pm
The Center’s ACT III (Aging Communities Together) offers a safe, fun, inclusive space for adults 50 and up to enjoy activities, games, films, and education, with your peers. Senior Drop-in is free and welcome LGBTQIA+ and allied individuals.

MEN’S MONDAY GAME DAY
10am -2pm
Game Day! Enjoy games with your old and new friends. Current popular games are canasta, Mexican dominoes, and Scrabble. Want to play something else? Introduce us to your favorite game!

WIZE WOMYN’S WEDNESDAY
12pm - 1pm
Enjoy games and music starting 10:30am, followed by a spirited discussion 12pm - 1pm.
First Wednesday is Ladies Luncheon. A speaker from the community presents on topics of interest to mature lesbians followed by a free lunch provided by The Center.

INCLUSIVE THURSDAYS
10am -2pm
Featuring our FREE Lunch & Learn, where invited speakers present topics such as Las Vegas history, health and wellness, and local resources. Afterwards enjoy a free lunch provided by The Center.
Community Outreach & Advocacy
CENTER ADVOCACY NETWORK
Center Advocacy Network will be announcing NEW training dates soon! To sign up and get the pre-requisites completed simply sign-up at: thecenterlv.org/programs/can and fill out the applications and reserve your spot for our next training!
Victim advocates provide confidential and non-judgmental support, education, resources, & referrals to on and off campus entities following experiences of interpersonal violence. Aiding a client with filing a protection order, calling a social service on behalf of a client, helping a family member or partner of a victim/survivor find resources: these are examples of advocacy.
As a victim advocate you will be discussing options with a victim/ survivor and providing information, referrals, and support to victims/survivors of interpersonal violence, and their loved ones. You will be essential in helping to empower someone to make decisions, take action, and move through a crisis.

CAN CRISIS LINE 1.702.745.4600
People in crisis can call anytime to speak with an advocate, get information about resources.
CULTURAL COMPETENCY TRAINING
The Center’s knowledgeable program staff can lead a variety of cultural competency trainings for companies and organizations, on topics such as HIV, gender identity and the LGBTQIA community.
Contact Holly Reese at hreese@thecenterlv.org.

COMMUNITY INFORMATION & RESOURCE REFERRALS Our information and referral desk staff and volunteers happily provide information on topics such as LGBTQIA activities, support groups and organizations as well as referrals to public assistance, counselors, doctors, attorneys, churches and more.

MEDICAID, SNAP, AND ENERGY ASSISTANCE SIGN-UP WEDNESDAYS
10am - 2pm
Assistance with applications for Medicaid, SNAP and energy assistance provided by Three Square.
Health and Wellness
HIV Services
FREE HIV TESTING AND COUNSELING
Mon – Thu 1-5pm
The Center is proud to provide our community with access to the Arlene Cooper Wellness Clinic, where we offer free testing for HIV, syphilis, gonorrhea, and chlamydia. For anyone testing positive for an STI/STD, we provide treatment as well.
(Last client at 5p).

HIV 101 (PREVENTION TRAINING)
Fridays* 10am – 12pm
Boyd Conference Room, call 702-733-9800 ext 301
This course provides an overview of essential facts about HIV/AIDS, transmission, prevention, casual contact, testing procedures, state laws and regulations, medications, and services available to Clark County residents living with HIV/AIDS. The fee for court mandated participants is $50 (cash/money order) and a certificate of completion will be provided at the end of the class. (*Excluding holidays and special events, call to verify).

LIVING WELL
Every Tues 6–7pm
Living Well is a compassionate life support group for persons living with HIV/AIDS. All HIV-positive individuals are welcome to attend regardless of age, gender, or history of your HIV diagnosis. For more information, contact HIV Services at 702-733-9800.
MED-TIME
Every Last Tues 6–7pm
Med-Time, an HIV/AIDS health education dinner and learn program. The program provides an opportunity for positive individuals to learn about medication options and treatment adherence, as well as meet with a pharmacist one on one to review all of your medications. We welcome questions, and you may discuss any barriers you are experiencing or any problems accessing your medication. There is no charge to attend.

RYAN WHITE ASSISTANCE
By Appointment
Please call 702.733.9800 to ask for an HIV Services Staff Member The Ryan White program provides assistance for those living with HIV This can include assistance for medication, doctor visits, and labs.
AFFIRMATIONS
Returns in-person April 1 @ The Center
Community Counseling Center provides mental health and substance use counseling for all LGBTQIA+ identified people, their family, loved ones, and allies, with respect, support, and validation for personal identity. Call to set appts: 702-369-8700.

CONDOM CLOSET
Mon – Fri 10am-7pm
We provide free condoms and lube through our condom closet. Stop by our front desk and ask our volunteers for assistance.

CLEAN THE WORLD SHOWER TRUCK
Every Friday in eastside parking lot 10am-2pm
Free showers in the East lot.

TRAC-B EXCHANGE
Every Friday in eastside parking lot 10am-2pm

GRIEF AND LOSS SUPPORT GROUPS
TBA!
Support groups facilitated by CompassionCare Hospice Bereavement Specialists are an opportunity to talk about and share your loss with others with similar experiences who can understand and empathize. Free to attend, ages 18+. Call 702-636-0200 for information.
ADDICTION RECOVERY GROUPS

Sex + Love Addicts Anonymous (SLAA)
Mondays 12-1pm & Wednesdays 0(o-ed) 11am-1pm

Alcoholics Anonymous (AA)
Tues–Thurs 6:30–7:30pm

Narcotics Anonymous (NA)
Fri 6–7pm (in-person)
12-Step NA- Dope Free Fridays
Sex & Love Addicts Anonymous (SLAA)
TBA!

Smart Recovery
TBA!

Trans Narcotics Anonymous (NA)
TBA!

Crystal Meth Anonymous (CMA)
Monday 6-7pm
Trans and Gender Diversity
IDENTI-T TRANS & GENDER DIVERSITY PROGRAM
Identi-T provides transgender, genderqueer, nonbinary, intersex and gender non-conforming individuals a safe place to relate to peers, seek guidance, & expand social circles.
Keep in touch at www.facebook.com/groups/IdentitLV

GENDER TRANSLATIONS Gender
Every Friday 6-7pm
For everyone doing or thinking about gender differently!

OUT OF THE (GENDER) BOX Out of the box
ON HOLD
For Genderqueer, Agender, Nonbinary, 2S + and other people doing both, mixing it up, opting out and exploring gender.

GUY TALK Guy Talk
ON HOLD
Transmasculine peer-support group for trans men, and those exploring transmasculine gender identity and expression.

TFEMME Tfemme
ON HOLD
Transfemme peer-support group for trans women and those exploring transfeminine gender identity and expression.
INTERSEX CONNECT Intersex
Every 2nd Thurs, 6-7pm on Zoom
Ask us for the link! 702.733.9800 Peer-facilitated discussion group for intersex people to create a safe, inclusive spacefor people of any gender identity or sexual orientation who were born with any variety of natural body variations in hormones, chromosomes, or gonads that do not fall under institutionalized, binary definitions of male/female-sexed bodies. Share experiences, ask questions, find resources, and build community for intersex individuals and their loved ones.

T*GETHER
ON HOLD
Ask us for the link! 702.733.9800
Discussion and support group for people of all genders who date in the trans community. Ask for a link to connect online!

BI/PANDEMONIUM
Every 3rd Mon 6-8pm

POLYAMORY DISCUSSION GROUP
Every 2nd Tues 6-8pm

POLYAMORY BOOK DISCUSSION GROUP
Every last Thursday 6-8pm
Resources to Thrive
DAVID R. PARKS LENDING LIBRARY
Is Open! By request
Named by the community in honor of Nevada State Senator David Parks, our LGBTQIA+ focused lending library offers more than 4,000 books and hundreds of DVDs to borrow at no charge.

DAVID BOHNETT CYBERCENTER
Is Open!
Our CyberCenter, recently refreshed by the David Bohnett Foundation with internet service proudly powered by Cox Communications, provides two free hours of computer and internet usage during Center business hours.

BUILDING BLOCKS EDUCATION
TBA
School for Kinksexuals. After orientation, attend free classes every Wednesday night on kinks, fetishes, and alternative lifestyles.

QUEER ECONOMICS: JOBS/HOUSING DROP-IN
ON HOLD
Provides a gender inclusive space where volunteers assist with applications, resumes, cover letters, interview prep, and to find queer inclusive employers who are hiring.
NAME & GENDER MARKER CHANGE WORKSHOP
Every 2nd and 4th Friday, 3:30-5:30pm
Assistance filling out applications for name and gender marker changes for gender identity! We are not currently holding in person workshops, but are partnering with Nevada Legal Services to assist with name changes remotely, and coordinating through individual appointments for those who do not qualify for NLS Services, anyone making over 200% of the poverty line. Start by submitting an intake with NLS, contact nwarner@thecenterlv.org with questions and individual help.

THE SWITCH CLOSET: REBRANDED
Every Thursday/Friday from 3-5pm
Open to everyone! 10 item limit. The Switch Closet is The Center’s more comfortable and easily accessible way to access clothing that fits the communities stylistic needs. Clothing in The Switch Closet is completely free. The Switch Closet strengthens the surrounding low to moderate income LGBTQ+ communities by fostering their freedom to authentically express themselves through fashion. The Switch Closet is available at no cost and is supported by donations of brand new or gently used articles of clothing which include: pants, jeans, under garments/socks (new only), blouses/shirts, dresses & business attire. By appointment only! Book your appointment today by scanning QR code or by visiting: www.Calendly.com/SwitchProgram.

THE WRITER WORKSHOP
TBA
The Writer Workshop helps LGBTQIA+ writers of all experience levels develop their writing skills through feedback and critique in a supportive and safe environment




Community Partners
BLACK LGBTQ GROUP
2nd Mondays 6-7pm In-person and online
This social support group provides the Black LGBTQIA+ community a virtual space to meet, network, and discuss various topics. Register at https://tinyurl.com/BlackLGBTQLV

THE L GROUP CHAT N' MORE
LGroup – Fridays 7pm – 8pm
Features a chat group the 1st and 3rd Fridays of the month, crafts on the 2nd Friday and lesbian movie night the 4th Friday.

GAY MEN'S FORUM
Every Wed 6–7:30pm in person
The Gay Men's Forum is designed to promote self-discovery through personal environment. Open to all men who identify as gay or bisexual.

THE BEARS GROUP!
4th Monday 7pm – 8pm
A group for Bears and their admirers to meet new friends and build a stronger community!

BI/PANSEXUAL DISCUSSION GROUP
3rd Mondays at 6pm
Also connect at facebook.com/groups/BiPanLV A space for bisexual and pansexual people to discuss topics of coming out, representation in the media, agency, erasure, isolation, gender dynamics and paradigms, and the nature of gendered attractions and more!

ACES MEETUPS!
1st & 3rd Wednesdays Via Zoom
Meeting ID 985 4942 2508 password 89101
Peer-led discussion/support group for those in the demi, gray, and asexual communities. Persons questioning or exploring their ace-ness, as well as relationship with romantic attraction are welcome! Aces is inclusive!
UTOPIA!
Online – Tea Time
Queer & Trans-led support for group providing sacred spaces to strengthen the minds and bodies of QTPIs - Queer and Trans Pacific Islanders - through community organizing, community care, civic engagement, and cultural stewardship.
Contact: utopia.lv702@gmail.com for more info!


SNAPIQS
Connect at https://www.snapiqs.org/ or join us at our General
Meetings on Zoom first Wednesday of the month at 6pm
The Southern Nevada API Queer Society (SNAPIQS) serves the Asian, Pacific Islander, and Desi American community through raising awareness on LGBTQ issues and hosting educational, social, cultural events.
Contact: snapiqs@gmail.com or membership@snapiqs.com


LGBTQIA WARRIORS
1st Mondays 6-8pm on Zoom
Social support for all service members to share experiences and support, resources, and to be honored for their service.

POLYAMORY DISCUSSION GROUP
2nd Tuesdays 6-8pm
Discuss polyamorous relationships (ethical non-monogamy involving emotionally intimate relationships with the knowledge and consent of multiple partners).

POLYAMORY BOOK DISCUSSION GROUP
Last Thursdays 6-8pm, ask about Zoom option available
Read and discuss polyamorous books and workbooks!




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Las Vegas, NV 89101
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Lobby Hours:
Monday - Friday: 10AM - 7PM
Saturday/Sunday: Closed

Health Clinic Hours:
Monday - Thursday: 1PM - 6PM
Friday - Saturday: 9AM - 2PM
Sunday: Closed

Contact Us:
Center Phone: (702) 733-9800
24-Hour Toll-Free Crisis Hotline: (833)740-0500
24-Hour Local Crisis Hotline: (702)745-4600

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