Senior Programs and Services
The Spahr Center is Marin County’s only non-profit community agency devoted to serving, supporting and empowering the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender community and everyone in the county living with and affected by HIV. Guided by our mission, our Board of Directors, staff, volunteers, supporters and donors work together to achieve our vision of Marin as a healthy, inclusive community where every person lives with freedom and equality.
The Spahr Center offers monthly LGBT senior discussion groups that connect LGBT seniors to community, needed resources and helps to reduce isolation. In addition, we host quarterly LGBT senior luncheons at the Marin Yacht Club! We have an LGBT Senior Advisory Committee made up of volunteers that organize opportunities to connect, activities and events, further reducing isolation, which we know impacts health and well-being as we age.
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Marin Sister Talk
An 8-series discussion group for women over 50 who identify as lesbian, bisexual or transgender.
LGBTQ Senior Advisory Committee
The Spahr Center recognizes the need to have input from all clients and stakeholders as we continue to grow as an organization.
LGBTQ Men’s Brown Bag Lunch
This long-running Brown Bag Lunch, held at The Spahr Center, offers a casual Discussion group for men.
LGBTQ Senior Discussion Groups
The Spahr Center has two LGBT senior discussion groups that meet monthly; one in Northern Marin and the other in Southern Marin.