Transgender Day of Visibility happens in late March, and it’s a big deal at the LGBTQ Center of Southern Nevada. “It’s a celebration where we highlight champions of our trans and non-binary community, collaborate with support groups to present opportunities, hold panel discussions on health and wellness, and shine a bright light on transgender rights,” says Andre Martin, Director of Inclusive Programming.
The Center at 401 S Maryland Parkway is proud to announce the opening of a new onsite pharmacy. In partnership with Genoa Healthcare, The Center will now be able to provide prescription medications to persons who may visit the clinic, people in the surrounding area, and anyone who simply choses to stop by.
This year, the LGBTQ Center of Southern Nevada celebrates a special anniversary: it’s 30th year serving the LGBTQIA2++ community and the at-risk community around us.
The Center and Las Vegas PRIDE are proud to announce the kickoff of PRIDE for Kids for all our little skittle’z on October 1, 2022.
The LGBTQ Center of Southern Nevada will have its 2022 Honorarium at Resorts World Las Vegas on October 14, 2022, starting at 5:30 pm.
The Foundation for Recovery will join The Center and Huntridge Family Clinic to host a PrEP Rally from 10:30 am to 2 pm on June 11 at The Center, 401 S. Maryland Pkwy.
Health, Hope & Healing LGBTQ+ Center of Southern Nevada Receives Multi-Year HIV Grant By Las Vegas PRIDE Magazine Staff The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has awarded The LGBTQ Center of Southern Nevada a sizeable multi-year grant for HIV prevention, awareness and support. The Center will [...]
The LGBTQ Center of Southern Nevada asks the public to “Get Centered” and unite for PRIDE Month, celebrated worldwide every June.
The LGBTQ Center of Southern Nevada announced its annual benefit, ‘20 & 21 Honorarium, to be held on October 1, 2021, under the stars at Caesars Palace Neptune Pool.
The Center has cared for, championed, and celebrated LGBTQ individuals and underserved populations in Nevada for more than 25 years. It operates as a neighborhood resource for the valley’s LGBTQ community, area residents, veterans, people with disabilities, and the transient homeless population.