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The GLCCB offers the following programs:

Alcoholics AnonymousAlcoholics Anonymous is an international fellowship of people who have or have had a drinking problem. It is nonprofessional, self-supporting, multiracial, apolitical, and available almost everywhere. There are no age or education requirements. Membership is open to anyone who wants to do something about their drinking problem. (www.aa.org)

Baltimore Trans-Masculine Alliance

Breaking Bread Project Breaking Bread is a Black culturally focused project that promotes leadership capacity – personal and public positive mental health, community-building, self-actualization, inner-group conflict reduction, protective-health practices, and personal responsibility for one’s sexual and behavioral health. The curriculum teaches participants critical thinking, health and wellness education and cultural literacy, stressing the importance of celebrating positive elements of Black history, diversity, life, family, self-concept, sexuality and culture, and of acknowledging how varying levels of oppression and related traumas contribute to unhealthy attitudes, impulses, risky behaviors and barriers to seeking needed HIV/STD/Wellness services.

Game Night

Get Smart with iChat Get SMART with iChat (Integrated Community Health Approaches to Transformation) is a LGBTQIA ages 18-24 focused project. iChat is looking to engage folks in an integrated substance use/abuse, alcohol abuse, Hepatitis C, and HIV prevention program. Changing the attitude that would make substance use and sexual health resources accessible to students and the local community.

Giovanni’s Room Open Mic  This event is one of only two open mics in Baltimore that provide a safe and affirming stage for LGBTQ+ poets, singers, rappers, dancers, and comedians of all levels of experience. Giovanni’s Room also provides a platform for chefs, artisans, and designers who identify as members of the LGBTQ+ community to sell their wares. Giovanni’s Room proves to be different from other open mics around the city by giving LGBTQ+ artists and vendors the rare opportunity to share their skills with their community without fear of judgment, ridicule, or undue scrutiny. ($5)

Giovanni’s Room Poetry Workshop- This workshop is dedicated to supporting the craft of LGBTQ writers of all levels. The workshop is threefold: we begin with a free write activity, then workshop time for writers with pieces in progress, and finally, an extended writing activity, which incorporates the use of a literary device. Between these folds are active and organic discussions based on the poems, held in a safe and confidential space for writers to support each other without shame. ($5 suggested donation)

Helping Hands Clothing Closet

 

HIV Testing

 

Legal Clinic

 

Listen and Learn Support Group

Mankind Project Men like us make a powerful commitment to our personal development, take risks and push our limits to continue evolving, are 100% responsible for our choices and emotions, go beyond narrow stereotypes of manhood, work to better ourselves, our communities and our planet, and connect, support and challenge other men to be the best men we can be. Are you like us? Come find out. (www.mankindproject.org)

Mind Travel MeditationDid you know you could travel in your mind to beautiful destinations of calm? Close your eyes and envision the places you can visit while focusing on your breath and centering. Treat yourself to an afternoon of meditation to start your week off stress-free. 

Narcotics Anonymous

Real Love A healthy interpersonal support group that helps individuals identify and create appropriate boundaries or goals in their interpersonal relationship. There will also be a relationship mediation component for individuals and couples.

Sexual Compulsives Anonymous (SCA) – Please visit www.sca-recovery.org for details.

SILhouette (Spiritually In-tuned Lesbians) is a spiritual community of women who love women desiring to discover, embrace and live as their spiritual- authentic selves.  The purpose is to support women in the life in learning how to be in a relationship with themselves, discovering and embracing their passions and living according to the guidance of their spirit/ intuition- such that they are living life creating the loving and joyful experiences that they desire.

Sisters of Pride

SLAY CAMP Tired of your normal workout routine and want to spice things up? SLAY is a strength training fitness class that uses your own body weight in simple series of dance grooves and across the floor combos to work out your entire body. This class employs fun versions of workout moves to engage even the hard to reach muscles while improving endurance, strength, and balance as well as promoting body positivity. The class is accessible and modifiable to all fitness and dance levels.

Trans Baltimore (name change pending)

Vogue Night

Gentle Mindful Yoga practice cultivates our innate ability to bring calm steady attention to all experiences on the mat. Whether you’re new to yoga or looking to complement your current practice, you’ll find this practice a calming, centering, and nourishing catalyst for encountering a deep innate reservoir of serene clarity and peace. ($10 per class)

 

 

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