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208 W 13 St
New York, NY 10011

Building Hours

8 a.m. to 10 p.m.
8 a.m. to 8 p.m.


The Center is a true home with open doors, where you can drop in to meet and make friends, and connect with those who share common experiences.

Youth in the Keith Haring Community Wing
Located just past The Center’s garden, the Keith Haring Community Wing houses a drop-in space specifically dedicated to LGBTQ young people. From 3-6 p.m. Monday-Friday, stop by to make art, play games, meditate, sing, get involved in activism, find group support and 1:1 counseling, or just hang out with friends. There is something new to make or do every week.   

Events and Programs
We offer a wide range of events & programs where you can connect with other LGBTQ young people, such as:

  • Casual drop-in groups with different topics & activities every week
  • Performing arts programming—from the Youth Pride Chorus, to open mic nights, music groups, and more
  • Holiday dances and celebrations
  • Movie screenings

Visit our calendar of events to get all the details about what’s coming up.

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From support with school and work to community involvement and beyond, you can find a variety of leadership opportunities with The Center.

This includes:

  • Paid internships and scholarships
  • Peer leadership training
  • Summer leadership camp
  • Homework help and college preparation
  • Career support and vocational guidance
  • Personal goal-setting with staff support
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We know that being a young person means experiencing a lot of overwhelming circumstances and emotions. And let’s face it, the adults in your life don’t always get it right. If you’re facing issues surrounding coming out and discrimination, bullying, racism, violence, anxiety, depression, HIV, substance use, or other challenges, The Center is here to get you the support you need. 

You can meet with counselors who understand what you are experiencing, and find solidarity and support with other LGBTQ young people. We offer:

  • One-on-one counseling
  • Support and discussion groups, including groups based around specific experiences or identities 
  • Everyday items such as MetroCards, snacks, and toiletries
  • Family counseling
  • The Clubhouse, a drug- and alcohol-free social space
  • Crisis intervention (including creating safety plans, offering short-term counseling, and referrals to shelters or other partner organizations)
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Since 1989, The Center has been providing services and resources for our growing community of LGBTQ youth and young adults. Here’s where you can access a variety of resources:



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