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  • The Center: 7 Rivers LGBTQ Connection The Center: 7 Rivers LGBTQ Connection

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(43.80905,-91.24831)
 

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Mission Statement

The Center: 7 Rivers LGBTQ Connection provides services to foster understanding and build connections on issues related to sexual orientation and gender identity to the 7 Rivers Region through education, events and programming.

Description

Providing connections for the local LGBT community & allies:

The LGBT Resource Center for the Seven Rivers Region encourages the LGBT community to share interests and activities by providing a central location that is alcohol-free and smoke-free where the community can connect.

Promoting understanding between the LGBT community and the larger community:

The LGBT Resource Center for the Seven Rivers Region fosters a climate of understanding by providing current and accurate information to the larger community.

The Center Provides:
  • Lists and contacts for Center groups, events and activities.
  • A directory of LGBT friendly Churches, Attoneys, and Counselors.
  • Christa Matter Memorial Library with books, DVDs, VHS movies, and CDs.
  • Presentations and workshops to area organizations and community groups through our Speaker's Bureau.
  • Computers and WIFI is also available.
  • A Safe Space where all people are welcome!!
  • GALAXY-a program for LGBTQQIAA youth ages 13-20
The LGBT Resource Center for the Seven Rivers Region was incorporated and granted nonprofit status in 2004.

Website

http://www.7riverslgbt.org

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Would you recommend The Center: 7 Rivers LGBTQ Connection?

by Joel H. (2011-04-10 06:10:08.0)
Because it's the ONLY La Crosse GLBT etc. Social service unless your fortunate enough to be a UWL student. But for a teeny tiny run down looking store-front operation that looks like it's still in the 70's, it makes the most of it's obvious limited resources. I'm from Minneapolis, and I feel sad about the paucity of services and cant help wonder how many needless amounts of pain and strife exits in this vacuum.