Marsha P. Johnson Center South

/Marsha P. Johnson Center South
Marsha P. Johnson Center South2022-08-02T17:53:21-08:00

The Marsha P. Johnson Center South operates to bridge the gap of health disparities that exist for all people of the LGBTQ+ community and works to provide services that produce optimal patient outcomes. Our intention is to create a safe space where LGBTQ+ community members thrive by pooling our collective power, advocating for equity, and creating an inclusive community of health and wellness professionals who provide culturally-competent healthcare to the most marginalized people in society.

Marsha P. Johnson was a champion for black trans people through her life, activism, and legacy. Marsha P. Johnson Center South works to keep and expand her vision to include all people of the LGBTQ+ community both locally and globally.

Location:
7725 Stockton blvd, Sacramento, CA 95823

Hours:
Monday – Friday 12-6 p.m. | Thursdays 12-8 p.m. (for COVID Testing)

The Marsha P. Johnson Center South was Founded:

To eradicate HIV and other sexually-transmitted infections that disproportionately affect our community members

To increase the equitable delivery of basic healthcare services

To improve the health and wellness of the LGBTQ+ community through the delivery of culturally-competent healthcare

To provide educational and emotional counseling on healthcare issues that affect the LGBTQ+ community the most

To assist trans people and older LGBTQ+ community members with hormone therapies

To assist trans persons with overcoming transgender healthcare obstacles

To execute any service with trust and integrity, provide transparency in our operations, and guard the privacy of our clients and donors

Services Offered

  • HIV Testing
  • STD Testing
  • Syphilis Testing
  • Rapid COVID Testing
  • PCR COVID Testing
  • Prep Navigation
  • Fentanyl Testing Strips
  • Counseling Services
  • Support Groups
  • Sexual Health Education
  • Gender Affirming Care Services and Referrals

For more information about the Marsha P. Johnson Center South please contact (916) 442-1120 or email the Interim Director of Health Services, Christi Gray at christi.gray@saccenter.org

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"Felix, Ash, and Bryn were unsheltered for over three months here in Sacramento... 2,328 miles away from where they were originally from. These best friends fled Tennessee to pursue a new chapter in California - and what better place than its capital? They believed this recent change would bring more opportunities and an affirming place they could call home... "

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