The Center strives to ensure that everyone can find a place where they feel safe, welcome and needed. The Center’s diverse menu of community groups reflect the desire by providing peer support to marginalized populations within the LGBT community. All groups are free and welcome new participants that are part of the group’s focus.
Current groups are listed below. ✉ E-mail Maihnia Lee for details or to start a new group.
The Center also provides low- or no-cost meeting space for groups and community partners. 🔎 View rental reservation and rental information.
The Coming Out Support Group focuses on the many emotions and experiences associated with coming out as LGBTQ. There is no single right way to come out or if to come out at all. Meets Wednesdays from 6-7pm at the Center.
The Troop meets on the first and third Sundays of each month at 2 p.m. at the Center.
A group of senior LGBT individuals committed to meeting regularly for the sole purpose of enriching the group through sharing insights, experiences and wisdom from what we’re doing presently with our lives and what we’ve done during our lifetimes. Golden Grounds meets in the Center’s Lambda Lounge on the third Saturday of every month from 10-11:30 a.m. Please register to our group on meetup.com in order to receive announcements of upcoming meetings and cancellations.
All LGBT seniors who are interested in living up to their full potential are welcome. Please come with your visionary hats on, your bucket list if you have one, and your secrets for a happy, healthy, productive and prosperous life!
This is a safe space for LGBTQQIA-POC community members to come and engage in a dialogue about relevant issues–where anything and everything can be discussed without feeling judged. All individuals who identify as people of color are welcome at this group to gain support, insight and find a general sense of community and family. This group meets on the second and fourth Fridays at the Center.
Who can attend: All individuals who identify as people of color are welcome at this group.
This group has a significant online community presence and a monthly potluck. Embrace’s goal is to support as many of the estimated 5,000+ LGBT persons in the region with HIV and AIDS and their allies through free or low-cost social activities, harm reduction and stigma and discrimination education; and resource and referral services so that all people are treated with the dignity and respect that they deserve.
Embrace is open to anyone affected by HIV/AIDS.
The monthly potluck is the first Saturday of each month, 6-9 p.m., at the Center.
The Trans* Support Group unites people who identify as transgender, gender-queer or non-binary to provide, share and discuss transition-related information and resources; and to create a setting for developing social connections.
Anyone struggling with gender identity or gender expression, thinking about transition, looking for resources or just wanting to learn more about gender identity, expression or transition is welcome to come and discuss experiences and life-situations.
This small-group setting is all-inclusive, open to people of all genders and presentations, and at any stage of transition. The group meets every 2nd Sunday from 5-6:30 pm and every 4th Saturday from 1:30-3:30 pm. (Upstairs Conference Room)
For more information email firstname.lastname@example.org
You’re pansexual AND you like pancakes AND you’ve been looking for a group to meet other pans and build a community? If you love hearts not parts, join every SECOND SUNDAY of the month from 11 am- 1 pm for the pancake breakfast group for pansexuals.
Anyone who identifies as pansexual, bisexual or queer can attend. No one under 18, as we may be talking about subjects around sexual health and dating.
For more information, email the group at email@example.com
12-Step Support Groups
The Center is happy to host several different LGBT focused 12 step recovery groups. The LGBT population experiences a disproportionately high rate of substance abuse. It is estimated that 20-30 percent of gay and transgender people abuse substances, compared to approximately 9 percent of the general population. The Sacramento LGBT Community Center hosts addiction recovery groups each week to support a healthier community. All groups are open to anyone affected by substance abuse.
- Tuesdays, 7-8 p.m.
- Thursdays, 6:45-7:45 p.m.
- Sundays, 7-8 p.m.