CenterLink - Developing Strong LGBT Leaders
CenterLink - Growing Strong LGBT Community Centers
CenterLink - Creating Healthy LGBT Communities
CenterLink - Growing Strong LGBT Community Centers
CenterLink - Creating Healthy LGBT Communities
CenterLink - Developing Strong LGBT Leaders
CenterLink - Creating Healthy LGBT Communities
Developing Strong LGBT Leaders
CenterLink - Growing Strong LGBT Community Centers

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CenterLink - Developing Strong LGBT Leaders
CenterLink - Growing Strong LGBT Community Centers
CenterLink - Creating Healthy LGBT Communities
CenterLink - Creating Healthy LGBT Communities
CenterLink - Creating Healthy LGBT Communities

CenterLink, The Community of LGBT Centers

CenterLink develops strong, sustainable LGBT community centers and builds a thriving center network that creates healthy, vibrant communities. Serving over 200 LGBT community centers across the country in 45 states, Puerto Rico and the District of Columbia, as well as centers in Canada, China, and Australia, CenterLink assists newly forming community centers and helps strengthen existing LGBT centers, through networking opportunities for center leaders, peer-based technical assistance and training, and a variety of capacity building services. Our efforts are based on the belief that LGBT community centers are primary change agents in the national movement working toward the liberation and empowerment of LGBT people. 

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October is LGBT History Month

LGBT History Month celebrates the achievements of 31 lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender Icons. Each day in October, a new LGBT Icon is featured with a video, bio, bibliography, downloadable images and other resources. For more information, visit lgbtHistoryMonth.com.

LGBT Community Center Survey Report infographic

LGBT Community Center Survey Report

This 2016 biennial report examines LGBT community centers' operating hours, budgets, capacity, program expenses, community outreach, policy work, physical and mental health programs, and more. The report is a partnership between CenterLink and The Movement Advancement Project (MAP). See all the past reports here.

Read the 2016 report