In 2013, the Center began doing business as the Sacramento LGBT Community Center with the expressed purpose of being more inclusive and welcoming to the entire community, not only in name, but also through its diverse array of programming.
The Center refocused its attention on youth outreach, specifically targeting the 11-40% of homeless youth who identify as LGBTQ+ and health outreach in the areas of HIV and suicide prevention.
In 2019, the Center moved into its forever home on 1015 20th street, in the heart of the Lavender Heights district. In 2021 the Center opened its South Sacramento location, the Marsha P. Johnson Center South.
The Center continues to offer peer support groups for a variety of marginalized populations, community resource referrals to meet individual basic needs, education, and training to improve the competency of businesses and organizations to LGBTQ+ issues, numerous artistic expression, and cultural activities that build community, and volunteer opportunities that empower individuals to give back.