The Spahr Center is Marin’s non-profit community agency devoted to serving, supporting and empowering our LGBTQ community and everyone in the county living with and affected by HIV. Please explore our site to learn about our programs and services, who we serve and how you can become involved. Thanks for visiting; we hope to meet you!
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We’re here to support and empower LGBTQ youth with outreach, drop-in groups, counseling, and information and referral. Have a question? Want to volunteer? Need some support? Call us!!
We work with men, women, transgender and other adults; all are welcome, safe and supported at The Spahr Center.
Seniors are a big part of The Spahr Center. Our LGBT senior community is large and active and we also work with lots of seniors who are long-term survivors of HIV/AIDS. We welcome one and all!
Families of all kinds are part of The Spahr Center community. We offer support, counseling, education and consultation for parents and families of all ages.
Check out a few of our programs and services!
LGBTQ Youth Drop-In Groups
We have drop on groups in Novato, Mill Valley and San Rafael!! Our new Latinx group starts on September 19th!!
HIV/Hep C Testing
We have two weekly test clinics and prevention counseling is available every day.
We offer clean supplies, harm reduction counseling, NARCAN and a safe disposal site every week day.
“When I needed information and support, The Spahr Center was welcoming, accepting and very helpful. The staff cared about me and my questions, gave me lots of good information and connected me with services I needed. The Spahr Center was a huge help to me and my family; I’m so glad we have them here in Marin.”
– from a community member
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