Group Programs

Youth Group

GSA - Youth Group

Youth ages 18 and under are able to come together with other youth with common interests, beliefs, thoughts, ages and backgrounds to talk about issues they may not feel comfortable discussing with others in their day-to-day lives.

Social groups are always facilitated by trained adult facilitators who are positive adult role models. Facilitators help the youth establish guidelines to keep their conversations focused and their relationships positive. This group is open to any youth under the age of 18 who is gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, queer, questioning, intersex, pansexual or allied (a person who supports all the others, but may identify as straight/heterosexual.)

Meets: 1st and 3rd Friday of every month, 6pm to 8pm

LGBTQ Youth Tutoring Program

This program focuses on LGBTQ youth, under 18 that would like extra help with school homework and understanding. This group is taught by licensed teachers from Nevada.

Meets: Weekly on Tuesday and Thursday, from, 430pm to 530pm

COMPREHENSIVE SEX Education

Comprehensive sex education (CSE) is a sex education instruction method based on-curriculum that aims to give students the knowledge, attitudes, skills and values to make appropriate and healthy choices in their sexual lives.

Meets: TBA

Trans Youth Social Group

The Center’s Transgender Program is a welcoming, affirming space for transgender and gender diverse individuals to get together and build community.

Meets: 1st and 3rd Friday of every month, 6pm to 8pm

BISEXUAL+ YOUTH SOCIAL GROUP

This is a social group for individuals who identify as bisexual+. The groups meets to provide peer support, discuss and share experiences, learn and practice effective communication to build trust and intimacy for relationships, and build a community for the bisexual+ community.

Meets: 1st and 3rd Friday of every month, 6pm to 8pm

Gender
Diversity

Adult Trans Formations Social Group

This is a peer led and confidential social group for individuals who identify as trans men, trans masculine and/or female-to-male (FtM), trans women, trans feminine and/or male-to-female (MtF).  This is a safe, drop-in space providing peer-run social support, engaging conversation, and relevant resources to attendees.

Meets: 3rd Wednesday each month 630-8pm

Senior
Group

Senior Social Group

A senior group that works to educate Henderson, NV LGBTQ senior’s through action by being positive role models and contributing members of the community at large, connecting LGBTQ senior’s to the resources needed to make informed decisions, respecting them as the unique individuals that they are while also respecting their family of choice and empowering them by reinforcing the belief that every human being has the inherent right to be whom and what they want to be.  55+, Come out and meet other Seniors, Food, Soda, Coffee, Games, Socialize! 

Meets: 2nd and 4th Tuesday of every month from 6-8pm

Men & Women
Groups

Equality in Recovery - NA Support Group

If you, a friend, or a loved one suffers from drug use, understand you are not alone. Transitioning to a life of sobriety is a big step. This is a support group for individuals who would like to share their story and support others. 

Meets: Weekly on Saturday, 1030am – 1130am

Equality in Recovery - AA Support Group

If you, a friend, or a loved one suffers from drug use, understand you are not alone. Transitioning to a life of sobriety is a big step. This is a support group for individuals who would like to share their story and support others. 

Meets: Weekly on Friday, 7pm to 8pm

LSN - Lesbian Social Network

The Lesbian Social Network (LSN) is an open topic group run by women for women.
Ages 18 and older, who identify as lesbian, bisexual, queer, or are questioning their sexuality.

Meets: 2nd and 4th Thursday of every month.

LGBTQ+ PEOPLE OF COLOR PEER Social GROUP

The LGBTQ+ people of color group is a group attempting to connect young black LGBTQ+ people with older black LGBTQ+ people through mentorship and knowledge.

Meets: 2nd Tuesday of each month, 630pm to 8pm

LGBTQ Parent Night

Are you a parent of a LGBTQ child?  Want to meet other parents?  Or just have questions you would like to understand?  This group is for you.

Meets: 3rd Friday of every month.

Asian Pacific Islander Queer Society Social Group - SNAPIQS

The LGBTQ+ Asian and Pacific Islander social group promotes Asian culture in a positive, supportive, informative, and fun environment while bridging the gap between various cultures.

Meets: 3rd Tuesday of each month, 630pm to 8pm

Bisexual+ Social Group FOR Adults

This is a social group for individuals who identify as bisexual+. The groups meets to provide peer support, discuss and share experiences, learn and practice effective communication to build trust and intimacy for relationships, and build a community for the bisexual+ community.

Meets: 1st Wednesday of each month 630-8pm

Veteran's Social Group

A LGBTQ Social Group for our Veteran’s.  Meet other Veteran’s, talk, socialize, and be part of something amazing for the men and women that have served our country.

Meets: 4th Wednesday of each month. 6pm-8pm

Karaoke Night - Post Poned

Are you a singer? Like to have fun? Like to Dance? Come out every 4th Wednesday of the month and show everyone your talent and have some awesome fun!

Meets: TBA

Job Readiness
Programs

Employment Readiness Training

Our Employment Readiness training aims to change participants’ attitudes toward authority,
culture and peers, enabling them to succeed in further skills training or education programs
as well as the workplace.

The employment model is the Job Readiness training, a four-week workshop that takes a
tough love, no excuses approach to work readiness. This curriculum delves into the root
causes of a person’s inability to obtain and keep a job, mentoring participants towards the
attitudes and workplace behaviors they need to overcome employment obstacles and
transform their lives. Activities are conducted through individual and team-based
assignments, in-class exercises, and classroom seminars and cover the following
components:

  • Job readiness (Resume Building, Interviewing)
  • Career development (Networking, Effective Communication)
  • Computer skills training
  • Customer service 101 skills
  • Workplace Ethics & Behavior
  • Dressing for Success (Career Gear)
  • Goal Setting

A certificate is awarded upon completion of each class.

Meets: TBA