Facilitated by Rev. Anne HueyA professionally-led monthly support group for LGBT people who have experienced loss.The group meets on the 4th Tuesdays of the month from 5:30PM to 7PM.
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Monthly peer-led casual, drop-in discussion group for people who were assigned anything other than male at birth but now reside somewhere on the masculine spectrum—i.e. transguys and transmasculine non-binary people. Group meets the 4th Tuesday of every month from 6:30-8PM.
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Free HIV & STI Testing on the 2nd and 4th Wednesdays of each month - Testing offered in partnership with Comprehensive Health Services (formerly the AIDS Activities Office) at Lehigh Valley Health Network, and the Allentown Health Bureau.
No insurance or residency requirements.
Sponsored by: Grindr
HIV/STI testing services are funded by the Gamma Mu Foundation.
Facilitated by a fellow parent of a trans kid. Monthly support group for parents of transgender children of any age led by a parent of a trans child.
Every 2nd and 4th Wednesday of the month from 6-7:30PM.
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Facilitated by Emma Whitney Smith. Questions? Email Emma at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Monthly peer-led casual drop-in discussion group for individuals who identify somewhere on the feminine spectrum but were not assigned female at birth—such as trans women, transfeminine or nonbinary folks. The group meets the 4th Wednesday of every month from 6:30-8PM.
A Space for Aces meets every 4th Wednesday from 7 to 8:15PM at Bradbury-Sullivan LGBT Community Center. Doors open at 6:30.
A casual, drop-in community discussion group for asexual, graysexual, demisexual, and aromantic folks, as well as anyone who finds themselves under the umbrella of asexuality.
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The Fine Art Galleries at Bradbury-Sullivan LGBT Community Center invite the community to attend the artist reception for We Can Do It! feminist stitching by Barbara Schulman on February 27, 2020 from 6-8pm. The exhibit will be on display from February 25 through April 14, 2020 and is curated by Deborah Rabinsky.
Barbara Schulman is a mixed-media artist and a resident artist at Bethlehem's Banana Factory. She holds an MFA in Fiberarts from Kent State University and was Professor of Art and head of the Fibers program at Kutztown University of Pennsylvania from 1992-2011. Her work is held in the collections of the Museum of Art and Design, American Express Company, Lock Haven University, Lehigh Valley Health Network, Allentown Art Museum and she has been featured in American Craft Magazine, Fiberarts Magazine, Surface Design Journal, among many others. Her work has been exhibited at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in the Philippines, Downey Museum of Art, Allentown Art Museum, and the State Museum of Pennsylvania, and in many other venues around the world.
We Can Do It! is an exhibition of feminist fiber arts. The exhibit includes various techniques from quilting to embroidery and beyond. In this exhibit, Schulman presents art an an expression of activism, which in our times is needed perhaps now more than ever.
Sales from The Fine Art Galleries support the artist and arts and culture programs at The Center.
Artist receptions at Bradbury-Sullivan LGBT Community Center are sober social events. Alcohol will not be present.
The legal clinic operates every second and fourth Tuesday from 4pm-6pm. Free half-hour consultations with attorneys about a variety of LGBT legal needs, including employment and housing discrimination, family law questions (marriage, divorce, custody, adoption, and fostering), legal name changes, wills and estates.
Attorney Justin Robinette of the Law Office of Eric A. Shore will be able to answer questions regarding Employment and Housing Discrimination, Bullying in Schools, and Name and Gender Marker Changes.
Bradbury-Sullivan LGBT Community Center offers a FREE NOTARY SERVICE as an extension of our Legal Clinic service to LGBT+ individuals who have consulted with our attorneys and may require official document notarization. Contact Zakk at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
In April of 2016, Pennsylvania legalized medical marijuana for Pennsylvania residents affected by 17 serious medical conditions. Bradbury-Sullivan LGBT Community Center, in partnership with Keystone Canna Remedies and Lehigh Valley Norml, is offering medical marijuana enrollment assistance on the 2nd Tuesdays of the month from 4-6pm to help eligible Pennsylvania residents apply for the state Medical Marijuana ID card. Computers are available for the application process.
The medical marijuana enrollment events are only to help people with the application for the state Medical Marijuana ID card. To be eligible, you must be a Pennsylvania resident and be diagnosed with a serious medical condition. In order to enroll on the state's website, attendees must bring their driver's license or state-issued ID, must be 18 or older, and are required to have an active phone number and email address.
Pennsylvania law defines "serious medical conditions" as any one of the following:
- Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis.
- Anxiety disorders.
- Cancer, including remission therapy.\
- Crohn’s disease.
- Damage to the nervous tissue of the central nervous system (brain-spinal cord) with objective neurological indication of intractable spasticity, and other associated neuropathies.
- Dyskinetic and spastic movement disorders.
- HIV / AIDS.
- Huntington’s disease.
- Inflammatory bowel disease.
- Intractable seizures.
- Multiple sclerosis.
- Neurodegenerative diseases.
- Opioid use disorder for which conventional therapeutic interventions are contraindicated or ineffective, or for which adjunctive therapy is indicated in combination with primary therapeutic interventions.
- Parkinson’s disease.
- Post-traumatic stress disorder.
- Severe chronic or intractable pain of neuropathic origin or severe chronic or intractable pain.
- Sickle cell anemia.
- Terminal illness.
- Tourette syndrome.
Some of these serious medical conditions are experienced at higher rates in the LGBT community.
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Welcoming all LGBT+ Cancer Survivors and Loved Ones
5:30 to 7PM Every Second Tuesday of the Month
People with diverse sexual orientations and gender identities often experience a disproportionate burden from cancer. That’s why the Cancer Support Community and Bradbury-Sullivan LGBT Community Center is proud to offer a free, professionally-facilitated support group for LGBT+ folks with cancer in their lives. The LGBT+ Cancer Support Group is an affirming, empowering space to connect with other patients, survivors, and loved ones who truly understand. We hope you’ll join us! Walk-ins are welcome, no RSVP or registration required.
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