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    Multipurpose centers that serve as a meeting place for the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer/questioning community to grow together, celebrate diversity and increase public understanding. LGBTQ centers may offer community events, educational programs, counseling, support groups, library resources, recreational programs and other services that support LGBTQ individuals and organizations.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    20 SOMETHINGOffers a bimonthly social discussion group for bisexual, gay, lesbian and transgender individuals between the ages of 20 and 29.Suffolk20 SOMETHINGTHE LGBT NETWORK (THE NETWORK)
    GETTING BIOffers a monthly social discussion group for bisexuals ages 22 and older to share their thoughts, feelings and experiences. Also hosts events where participants can meet in a confidential, non-judgemental atmosphere.SuffolkGETTING BITHE LGBT NETWORK (THE NETWORK)
    LIGALY ADVISORY BOARD (LAB)Offers gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender youth, ages 13-21, the opportunity to assume leadership roles in the Long Island Gay and Lesbian Youth Community through event planning, implementation of programs and the organization of fundraisers. Also teaches skills needed for budgeting, diplomacy and the facilitation of ideas.SuffolkLIGALY ADVISORY BOARD (LAB)THE LGBT NETWORK (THE NETWORK)
    LITE SOFFA (SIGNIFICANT OTHERS, FRIENDS, FAMILY, AND ALLIES)Provides a space where SOFFA's can openly discuss fears, concerns, and successes: as well as ask questions about the transition process.SuffolkLITE SOFFA (SIGNIFICANT OTHERS, FRIENDS, FAMILY, AND ALLIES)THE LGBT NETWORK (THE NETWORK)
    PEP HEALTH-NASSAUProvides GLBT youth and allies, ages 13-21, with the knowledge, motivation, and skills necessary to make proud and responsible decisions concerning their sexual health.SuffolkPEP HEALTH-NASSAUTHE LGBT NETWORK (THE NETWORK)
    PEP HEALTH-SUFFOLKProvides GLBT youth and allies, ages 13-21 with the knowledge, motivation, and skills necessary to make proud and responsible decisions concerning their sexual health.SuffolkPEP HEALTH-SUFFOLKTHE LGBT NETWORK (THE NETWORK)
    PRIDE FOR YOUTH/COUNSELING PROGRAMProvides short-term counseling to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer adolescents. Youth may be seen for up to one year free of charge. Social work staff specialize in coming out issues, adolescent depression, and family mediation. Clientele is limited to youth between the ages of 12 to 30. Youth must be free of psychotic symptamology or be under the care of a psychiatrist if they have psychiatric diagnosis. Preference is given to youth in Nassau and Western Suffolk, although youth will be seen from surrounding areas as the workers' caseload permit. Parental consent is not required. Appointment required.NassauPRIDE FOR YOUTH/COUNSELING PROGRAMLONG ISLAND CRISIS CENTER
    SNAP (SEXUAL NEGOTIATION AND PREVENTION)Provides an opportunity for friends to talk about everyday issues and to change negative beliefs that influences unsafe sexual behaviors among young black and latino gay and bisexual men.SuffolkSNAP (SEXUAL NEGOTIATION AND PREVENTION)THE LGBT NETWORK (THE NETWORK)
    THE HAMPTONS-GAY, LESBIAN, BISEXUAL, AND TRANSGENDER CENTERProvides a meeting place for Gay, Lesbian Bisexual and Transgender youth, young adults and their families, and seniors. Also hosts anti-bullying and sensitivity workshops at local schools, along with counseling, mixers and other services. Call or visit website for more information.SuffolkTHE HAMPTONS-GAY, LESBIAN, BISEXUAL AND TRANSGENDER CENTERTHE LGBT NETWORK (THE NETWORK)
    Youth Enrichment ServicesOffers services for gay/lesbian/bisexual/transgender and questioning youth (13-21) in order to foster a positive sense of self, reduce isolation and address high risk behaviors. There are two after school drop in centers, weekly support groups, individual counseling and advocacy, family counseling, education workshops, social activities and networking meetings to help foster alliances with other gay/straight teens.WestchesterCENTER LANEWESTCHESTER JEWISH COMMUNITY SERVICES (WJCS)

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