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June 20, 2022 Comments Off on The New Seattle LGBTQ+ Center (Gay City)Is Open and Ready for Business Views: 281 Capitol Hill News, Community, Community Events, Community Health & Wellness, Community Leaders, Community News, Fundraisers, Gay City, Gay News, Health & Wellness, HIV/AIDS, Living, Men's Health, News, Pride, Queer News, Queer Youth, Seattle News, Seattle Pride 2022, Seattle’s LGBTQ+ Center, Sexual Health

The New Seattle LGBTQ+ Center (Gay City)Is Open and Ready for Business

Seattle LGBTQ+ Center staff pose in front of new location at 400 E. Pine Street. Photo via Seattle LGBTQ+ Center.

The branding is still a bit of a muddle but the fine folks at the new Seattle LGBTQ+ Center aka “Gay City” (400 E Pine St #100 Seattle, WA 98122) are open and ready for business. The non-profit is transitioning from its longtime former name of “Gay City” to a new name to be more inclusive for all members of the community as it moves from its former home on Pike Street, to its new home at the corner of Pine Street and Bellevue, a move of only about 3 blocks.

This past week, the new Center was thrilled to have its new signage installed (minus the Gay City name) and they’re open and ready for people to use their services which include its Wellness Center with HIV/STI testing and other services, its community library space, arts programming and its Queer Youth programs.

The Center is currently actively working on fundraising to create a youth drop-in center, a vital community resource for the under 21 crowd who can’t socialize in traditional queer spaces like bars and night clubs.

Go here to give to this project and find out more about their plans:

You can also check out the Center and talk to folks from the Center at all these fine events happening this week including an Open House:

Upcoming Events:

Regular hours for the LGBTQ+ Center:

Building Hours

Tuesday – 1:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.
Wednesday – Friday – 11:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.
Saturday – 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Resource Center Hours
Monday – Friday 2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.

and, contact numbers including numers for Resource Line and 24-hour Crisis Line:



Resource Helpline


24-Hour Crisis Line



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