Cortland LGBTQ Center
The Mission of the Cortland LGBTQ Center is to create a visible and empowered community through education, advocacy, resource enhancement, and linkages to essential services for all lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer-identified people, as well as their families and other supportive community members.
Family & Children's Counseling Services is committed to serving all clients regardless of race, color, sex, national origin, disability, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, or ability to pay.
Hi everyone! In an effort to help minimize the impact of the Corona Virus (COVID-19), The Center will be closed to visitors for the foreseeable future. All in-person groups and meetings are cancelled.
However, please know that our staff is still available to you. Please feel free to reach out via email (email@example.com) or phone (607-756-8970 extension 253 for Sam) or here on Facebook.
We have scheduled some of our groups using Google Hangouts for anyone who wants to speak "face to face" virtually. See the image below for instructions on how to join our virtual sessions.
LGBTQ Cultural Competency training for:
Clubs & Organizations
Drop in center for people of all ages
Referrals to LGBTQ-affirming community resources
Educational trainings and technical assistance for health and human service providers, schools, medical providers, businesses, media, and LGBTQ individuals
Support for LGBTQ people and their friends and family
Assistance for local high school and college LGBTQ Clubs and Gay-Straight Alliances
Home of the largest LGBTQ book, magazine, and film lending library in the area
Affirming social media accounts to provide connection, education, and support for the LGBTQ community
Gender & Sexuality Alliance
Women's Book Club
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