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Save the date! The Center's 11th Annual Dining Out for Life® San Diego is on Thursday, April 27, 2017!

Cara's Corner

The Center’s Young Professionals Council (YPC) helps develop young LGBT leaders ready to further equality through board service and civic engagement. The program fosters a culture of diversity, service, leadership, advocacy and camaraderie, while developing the next generation of LGBT and LGBT-allied civic leaders. This year’s class works in nearly every sector in San Diego, from classrooms to biotech and software, to community organizations and City Hall. We are thrilled to help develop these emerging leaders!

Meet Ben, one of the amazing 2017 YPC fellows.

Ben Mendoza currently works as the Office Manager & Affiliates Program Coordinator at the Cross-Cultural Center at UC San Diego. He is passionate about supporting and facilitating identity development work and advocating for an intersectional approach to justice. He has volunteered with The Trevor Project, San Diego Pride, San Diego ComicCon, Lifelong AIDS Alliance, and Seattle PrideFest.

Meet all the 2017 YPC Fellows.

Give a gift to support the YPC at http://events.thecentersd.org/donate.

In the Know with Ian

Over the next few months we have lots of great events that will be a ton of fun and a great opportunity to spend time with friends and family while supporting The Center's programs and services. Make sure to save these dates and watch the enews each week for the ins and outs of how you can get involved. And if you're interested in sponsoring any of The Center's events or programs, I’m here to help! You can contact me directly at ijohnson@thecentersd.org or 619.692.2077 x247.

Dining Out For Life San Diego – Thursday, April 27
Harvey Milk Diversity Breakfast – Friday, May 19
Young Professionals Council Academy Brunch – Saturday, June 10
Pachanga De Frida  - Saturday, June 24

Trans Happenings
Join us at The Center on Wednesday, March 29 from 6-8pm for the Project Trans Job Fair and talk to some great local companies about employment opportunities. This event is open to all to attend, with a special emphasis on companies that are Trans-friendly. Come and talk to reps from such great companies as UCSD Health, Sempra Energy, Mental Health Systems of America, CareFusion, SDSU and more. There will be a resume writing workshop and local non-profit organizations will be on hand to answer your questions about volunteer opportunities as a way to spice up that resume. For more information, contact us at trans@thecentersd.org.

You Should Know

Tuesday, March 28, 7pm, Free Immigration Forum
(versión en español abajo)
Do you have questions about possible upcoming changes in immigration law, including your rights? Do you want to know if you might qualify for additional immigration benefits? Do you want to make a confidential appointment with a lawyer?

If you said YES to any of the above, come to this FREE info session to get answers to your questions! This forum is presented by The San Diego LGBT Community Center, Casa Cornelia Law Center, Alliance San Diego, and Ready Now San Diego. For more information call 619.263.3423 or email info@readynowsandiego.org.
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¿Tiene preguntas sobre cambios recientes en las leyes de inmigración, inclusive a sus derechos? ¿Gustaría saber si califica para beneficios adicionales de inmigración? ¿Gustaría hacer una cita privada con un abogado?

¡Si usted respondió SI en una de estas preguntas favor de venir a la sesión GRATUITA para contestar sus preguntas!

El foro se presenta por El Centro Comunitario LGBT de San Diego, Casa Cornelia Law Center, Alliance San Diego, y Ready Now San Diego. Para más información favor de llamar a 619.263.3423 o mandar un correo electrónico a info@readynowsandiego.org.


Sharing The Good
For every "LGBT" sandwich purchased in 2017 at Big Front Door they will donate $1 to The Center! Support The Center and enjoy a great meal. Visit Big Front Door at 4135 Park Blvd or find out more at www.bfdsandiego.com. Delicious!

ACLU: Know Your Rights
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Spotlight Events

Monday, March 20, 6:30pm, PrEP Works: A Conversation Acoss Barriers
Join us for an interactive panel discussion about PrEP, the once-daily pill that prevents HIV infection! Panelists will include PrEP navigators, medical providers, PrEP users, and more! This is the perfect chance for you to get all your questions about PrEP answered by the experts in a fun, sex-positive environment. Be sure to bring your friends – all are welcome! For more information, contact David Vance at dvance@thecentersd.org or 619.692.2077 x113.

Tuesday, March 21, 4:30-7:30pm, HYC Hours for 10-13 Year Olds
The Hillcrest Youth Center is a youth-only LGBTQ+ space that is open for 10-13 year olds every Tuesday night from 4:30-7:30pm. You'll find computer access, health education, basic financial education, youth leadership training, discussion groups, creative and performing arts programming, amazing social activities and more. In addition, Tuesday nights will include structured activities such as group games, arts and crafts and mini LGBTQ workshops and discussions. For more information, email HYC@thecentersd.org.

Wednesday, March 22 & April 12, 7pm, FTM & SOFFA Support Groups
Join the guys from 7-9 pm during our regularly scheduled meetings. Significant others are welcome for the 2nd Wednesday of every month meeting and on the 4th Wednesday of every month meet as a separate group with anyone who is a SOFFA (significant other, friends, family or ally) of a trans person. For more information, contact Connor Maddocks at trans@thecentersd.org.

Sunday, March 26, 4pm, Hillcrest Wind Ensemble Spring Concert
The Hillcrest Wind Ensemble performs its Spring Concert at 4pm on March 26 at the First United Methodist Church of Chula Vista, 1200 East H St. The afternoon will include Gershwin's "An American In Paris," Bernstein's "Candide Suite" and Copland's "Hoe Down" from "Rodeo." Russ Peck will join the band on the newly restored and enlarged pipe organ for Alfred Reed's "Alleluia Laudamus Te." The concert is free, but a freewill offering is suggested. For more information, call 619.692.2077 x814 or visit www.hillcrestwindensemble.com.


Program Activities: Youth, Seniors, Families, Men, Women, HIV Community and More

Free HIV & Hep C Testing at The Center
Join us at The Center for a new, friendly HIV and HCV(Hepatitis C) testing experience. Free HIV and HCV testing is available Monday-Friday 9am-8pm (last test at 7pm) and Saturday 10am-4pm (last test at 3pm). On Fridays only, the early test is available 12 noon-4pm (last test at 3pm). For more information, call 619.692.2077 x101.

Mondays, 9am, Yoga for Everyone
This yoga class is a program of senior services, but is open to all. Joy Miller, a certified yoga instructor, will lead this very popular class. For more information, contact LaRue Fields at seniors@thecentersd.org or 619.692.2077 x205.

Mondays and Wednesdays, 1 pm, Feeling Fit Club
The Feeling Fit Club meets Mondays and Wednesdays from 1-2 pm in the Auditorium. This class for older adults helps to improve balance, strength and flexibility to help maintain independence. It's suitable for all levels - exercises can be done sitting or standing. To sign up, just attend class. For more information, contact LaRue Fields at 619.692.2077 x205 or seniors@thecentersd.org.

Mondays, 7pm, Transgender Coming Out Group
This group meets on Mondays, 7-8:30 pm, and supports transgender people in all stages of exploring gender identity. Open to transgender women (MTF), transgender men (FTM), genderqueer/gender non-conforming people, people who are intersex and those questioning their gender identity. SOFFAs (significant others, friends, family, allies) are welcome to attend with their transgender loved ones. For more information, contact Connor at trans@thecentersd.org or 619.692.2077 x109.

Mondays, 7pm, Women's Discussion Group
Join us in room 201 for an open discussion group for LBT women to talk about a variety of subjects, including relationships, school, work, family, friends and any other topics of interest. For more information, email women@thecentersd.org.

Tuesdays, 4:30-7:30pm, HYC Hours for 10-13 Year Olds
The Hillcrest Youth Center is a youth-only LGBTQ+ space that is open for 10-13 year olds every Tuesday night from 4:30-7:30pm. You'll find computer access, health education, basic financial education, youth leadership training, discussion groups, creative and performing arts programming, amazing social activities and more. In addition, Tuesday nights will include structured activities such as group games, arts and crafts and mini LGBTQ workshops and discussions. For more information, email HYC@thecentersd.org.

Tuesdays, 6:30pm, NEW GROUP: Male Survivors of Intimate Partner Violence
A new group is forming at The Center for male survivors of intimate partner violence. Group meetings will start on Feb. 7 and be held every Tuesday from 6:30-8pm. Contact The Center's on duty counselor at 619.692.2077 x208 or onduty@thecentersd.org to sign up.

Martes, 6pm, Grupo de Apoyo Mujeres con Orgullos
Un grupo de apoyo para mujeres lesbianas y bisexuales - platicas, eventos sociales y actividades. Todos los Martes a 6:30-8pm. Para mas informacion, por favor pongase en contacto con Ricardo Gallego al 619.692.2077 x116, latinos@thecentersd.org.

Wednesdays, 12 noon, Shades of Color
Join us at The Center every Wednesday from 12 noon to 1:30pm for Shades of Color, an empowerment group for Black men (MSM).The group covers a variety of topics, including dating, healthy relationships, spiritual awareness, living with HIV and more. For more information, contact Ricardo Gallego at 619.692.2077 x116 or rgallego@thecentersd.org.

Wednesdays, 1:30pm, Art Group: Drawing and Painting
Join others 50 and Better in this multimedia art group and use pencil, pastel, watercolor and more to express yourself. Workshops are held on Wednesdays, 1:30-4:30 pm in group room 2 of The Center. The group is free, but some basic materials may need to be purchased. For information, please contact LaRue Fields at 619.692.2077 x205 or seniors@thecentersd.org.

Wednesdays, 7pm, Women's Coming Out Group
This group supports women who are straight, gay, bi, trans or questioning in coming out and being out. For more information, email women@thecentersd.org.

Miércoles, 6:30 pm, Grupo de Apoyo Las Manzanitas
Las Manzanitas es un grupo de apoyo LGBT que provee información y apoyo para los que viven infectados/afectados por el VIH. No es necesario ser VIH+ para participar. El grupo se reúne semanalmente cada Miércoles de 6:30 a 9pm y se proveen bocadillos. Amigos y parientes de la comunidad LGBT son bienvenidos el ultimo Miércoles del mes. Para más información, por favor póngase en contacto con Rogelio Sanchez al 619.203.5125 or rsmoa@sbcglobal.net.

Thursdays, 2:45pm, Gentle Yoga for Seniors
We are pleased to announce that we have Gentle Yoga classes for seniors each Thursday at 2:45 pm in the auditorium of The Center. Improve your health and overall well-being, regardless of age, physical ability or financial status. For more information, contact LaRue Fields at 619. 692.2077 x205 or seniors@thecentersd.org.

Thursdays, 7pm, Trans Military & Veterans Support Group
Meet other veterans and active duty Trans folks to support and share resources for smoother transitions within the military and VA. This is a great place to share your hopes and struggles. The group meets at The Center every Thursday at 7pm. For more information, contact Connor Maddocks at trans@thecentersd.org or call 619.692.2077 x109.

Thursdays, 7pm, Men's Coming Out Group
Join this discussion group for men who are gay, bi, straight, trans or questioning for support in coming out and being out. For more information email mcogsd@gmail.com.

Viernes, 6pm, Grupo de Apoyo Transgenero 2000
Este grupo se lleva a cabo de 6pm a 8pm, es un grupo abierto a familias, amigos y personas que quieran comprender y dar apoyo a personas transgenero, en este grupo se dan diferentes temas educativos y tambien las chicas comparten sus experiencias de la vida. Para más información, por favor póngase en contacto con Ricardo Gallego al 619.692.2077 x116, latinos@thecentersd.org.

Tuesday, March 21 & April 4, 7pm, Trans Women’s Open Discussion Group
The Trans women’s open discussion group is now meeting on the first and third Tuesday of every month from 7-8:30pm. The group is open to those assigned male at birth and now identifying as female, gender non-conforming or questioning their gender, as well as allies. Topics focus on issues affecting women and transgender people. For more information, contact Connor at 619.692.2077 x109 or trans@thecentersd.org.

Tuesday, March 21 & April 4, 6pm, YA+ Discussion Group
YA+ meets the 1st & 3rd Tuesdays of each month at 6pm. It is a bilingual discussion and support group for young people who are HIV+. For more information, contact Ricardo Gallego at latinos@thecentersd.org or 619.692.2077 x116.

Wednesday, March 22 & April 12, 7pm, FTM Support Group
Join the guys from 7-9 pm during our regularly scheduled meetings. Significant others are welcome for the 2nd Wednesday of every month meeting and on the 4th Wednesday of every month meet as a separate group with anyone who is a SOFFA (significant other, friends, family or ally) of a Trans person. For more information, contact Connor Maddocks at trans@thecentersd.org.

Wednesday, March 22 & April 5, 12 noon, Diamonds in the Rough: Etiquette with Miss Pepper
Project TRANS invites you to join Miss Pepper Price every other Wednesday for a fun and informative class on etiquette designed especially for trans women. The group meets from 12 noon-1:30 pm in Latino Services. For more information, contact Connor Maddocks at trans@thecentersd.org.

Wednesday, March 22 & April 12, 7pm, Transgender SOFFA Support Group
This group is for anyone who is a significant other, friend, family member or needs support around someone close to them regarding transgender issues.  For more information, contact Connor Maddocks at trans@thecentersd.org.

Sunday, March 26, 4pm, Hillcrest Wind Ensemble Spring Concert
The Hillcrest Wind Ensemble performs its Spring Concert at 4pm on March 26 at the First United Methodist Church of Chula Vista, 1200 East H St. The afternoon will include Gershwin's "An American In Paris," Bernstein's "Candide Suite" and Copland's "Hoe Down" from "Rodeo." Russ Peck will join the band on the newly restored and enlarged pipe organ for Alfred Reed's "Alleluia Laudamus Te." The concert is free, but a freewill offering is suggested. For more information, call 619.692.2077 x814 or visit www.hillcrestwindensemble.com.

Tuesday, March 28, 1pm, Senior Food Bank
The Senior Food Bank Program provides food and nutrition education to eligible low-income seniors 60 years or older on the 4th Tuesday of the month.  Eligible applicants can enroll in the program by applying in person at our site on the day of the event or call the Jacobs & Cushman San Diego Food Bank at 866.350.3663. For more information, visit the San Diego Food Bank website at www.sandiegofoodbank.org or contact LaRue Fields at seniors@thecentersd.org or 619.692.2077 x205.


Tuesday, March 28, 9:30-11:30am, Free Legal Clinic
The Access to Law Initiative, a project of California Western School of Law, holds legal clinics the second and fourth Tuesdays of each month from 9:30am to 11am at The Center. At these clinics, attorneys will be available for free, 30-minute consultations to help evaluate legal issues. No appointment is required. For more information, call 619.692.2077.

Tuesday, March 28, 6pm, LGBT Military Support Group
The Center and Fleet and Family Support Services are excited to provide this support/education group for LGBT active duty service members. The group meets the 4th Tuesday of every month from 6-7:30 and is for both individuals and couples with or without children. For more information, contact Caroline Bender at 619.222.5586 or caroline.bender.ctr@navy.mil.


Tuesday, March 28 & April 11, 6:30pm, Prostate Cancer Support Group Serving the Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Communities
William Shi leads this group on the second and fourth Tuesdays of the month at 6:30 pm. Please contact William at prostatecancergbt@aol.com before attending for the first time. For more information, contact LaRue Fields at seniors@thecentersd.org or 619.692.2077 x205.

Tuesday, March 28 & April 11, 7pm, Young Women's Circle
Join other young women ages 18-30  to discuss academics, careers, relationships, politics, social media, pop culture, community building, activism and ways to be more involved in the LGBT community. Meet like-minded people and share your experiences as a member of the LGBT community. Gatherings are held on 2nd and 4th Thursdays from 7-8:30pm in the San Diego LGBT Community Center's library, and on the 1st and 3rd Thursdays off-site. For more information, or to reach out to the moderators, contact us at women@thecentersd.org.

Tuesday, March 28, 7:30pm, Young Men's Discussion Group
Connect to The Center and the community. Join other 18-35 year olds to talk about relationships, sexual health, activism, community building and more. The young men's group meets at The Center on the 4th Tuesday of the month at 7:30 pm. For more information, contact Aaron Heier at 619.692.2077 x211, or aheier@thecentersd.org.

Wednesday March 29 Project Trans Job Fair 6-8 pm
Join us at The Center and talk to some great local companies about employment opportunities. This event is open to all to attend, with a special emphasis on companies that are Trans-friendly. Come and talk to reps from such great companies as UCSD Health, Sempra Energy, Mental Health Systems of America, CareFusion, SDSU and more. There will be a resume writing workshop and local non-profit organizations will be on hand to answer your questions about volunteer opportunities as a way to spice up that resume. For more information, contact us at trans@thecentersd.org.

Saturday, April 1, 5pm, LGBTQ Family Skate Party
Join Families @ The Center for an awesome LGBTQ Family Skate party at Skateworld from 5-7pm! Admission and skates are FREE. Optional costs include: Inline Skates $4 and Skatemates $5. RSVP to families@thecentersd.org or 619-692-2077 x 212 by March 17. Space is limited.

Saturday, April 1, 6pm, Queer Trans People of Color Mixer
Join us at The Center for the next Queer Trans People of Color Mixer on Saturday, April 1 from 6-9 pm. For a $5 donation, guests will enjoy drinks, dancing and mingling. Partners are welcome and the event is open to those 21 years and older. For more information contact Carolina Ramos at cramos@thecentersd.org.

Tuesday, April 4, 9am, Community Food Bank
The San Diego LGBT Community Center hosts a distribution site once a month for the Community Cares Project of the San Diego Food Bank. On the first Tuesday of every month, 9-10:30am, visit The Center's parking lot for emergency food. For more information, visit the San Diego Food Bank website at www.sandiegofoodbank.org.

Wednesday, April 5, 6pm, Guys, Games & Grub
Everyone is welcome to The Center on the first Wednesday evening of each month for GGG! The popular board game and social night, presented by Men @ The Center, includes pizza, snacks, beer, wine, soft drinks, and hundreds of board games to choose from. Participants are welcome to come alone and meet new friends, or come with a group for a fun evening out. The popular Team Trivia game hosted by community favorite John Lockhart begins at 6:30 pm and everyone is welcome to drop in. Suggested donation of $5 is requested for admission. For more information contact Ben Cartwright at outreach@thecentersd.org or 619.692.2077 x106.

Thursday, April 6, 12 noon, Senior Advisory Committee Meeting
This group of senior community members provides input on the 50 & Better Together program here at The Center. These meetings are for anyone interested in our senior services program and activities. For more information, please contact LaRue Fields at seniors@thecentersd.org.

Thursday, April 6 & 20, 7:30pm, Non-Binary Gender Identity and Exploration
Anyone who identifies with any part of the non-binary gender spectrum or anyone questioning/exploring their gender identity is welcome to join this discussion group. Facilitators bring topics of discussion while leaving plenty of space for group members to steer the conversation where they would like it to go. This group also serves as a social gathering space for non-binary individuals. The group meets on the 1st and 3rd Thursdays monthly, from 7:30–8:45pm at The Center. For more information, contact David Vance at dvance@thecentersd.org or 619.692.2077 x109.

Friday, April 14, 3-6pm, Free HIV Testing at The Hillcrest Youth Center
While HIV testing is available everyday at The Center, once monthly we provide a tester at the Hillcrest Youth Center (HYC)! Testing at the HYC is available for youth ages 14-18. The next testing date is March 10 from 3-6 pm. HIV testing is always free, and great incentives are given out to those who test! For more information contact Courtney at hyc@thecentersd.org.

Wednesday, April 19, 7pm, Bi Coming Out Group
Join The Center's discussion group on bisexuality from 7-8:30pm on the third Wednesday of every month. It's a welcoming space to share your experiences, ask questions, discuss community issues and meet like-minded people. This group is open to all persons who are sexually and/or emotionally attracted to more than one gender. For more information, contact Aaron Heier at aheier@thecentersd.org.

Friday, April 21, 6:30pm, Free Family Movie Night
Join Families @ The Center at family movie night every third Friday of the month from 6:30-8:30pm. Bring the whole family with sleeping bags or blankets. Enjoy popcorn and snacks while you watch a family-friendly movie. For more information, contact us at families@thecentersd.org.

Free Testing at The Center

First time? Nervous? Scared? Join us at The Center for a new, friendly HIV and HCV (Hepatitis C) testing experience. Free HIV and HCV testing is available Monday-Friday 9am-8pm (last test at 7pm) and Saturday 10am-4pm (last test at 3pm). For more information, call 619.692.2077 x101.

Undetectable = Untransmittable.

“We can now say with confidence that if you are taking HIV medication as prescribed, and have had an undetectable viral load for over six months, you cannot pass on HIV with or without a condom. The risk is effectively zero." Learn more.


PEP - (Post-Exposure Prophylaxis) Another tool in the tool box against HIV

ACCIDENTS HAPPEN!
If you think you've been exposed, head to any emergency room or urgent care center and ask for PEP within 3 days! PEP (Post-Exposure Prophylaxis) can prevent HIV from making copies of itself and turning into infection if taken within 72 hours.

PrEP - Get Educated

"I think it's time we face the truth about the unjust world we live in," she said. "The truth is we have every tool we need to prevent the spread of HIV...The real reason we haven't beaten this epidemic boils down to one simple fact: We value some lives more than others. We value men more than women. Straight love more than gay love. White skin more than black skin. The rich more than the poor. Adults more than adolescents. I know this because AIDS does not discriminate on its own.” READ MORE...

Ready for PrEP? Or have questions about getting on PrEP? Check out our list of San Diego medical professionals who provide PrEP (Pre Exposure Prophylaxis). We recommend that you call before making an appointment to confirm details such as insurance coverage. Know a provider who should be added to this list? Contact us at outreach@thecentersd.org. View the list here.

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What is TasP?

Treatment as prevention (TasP) refers to HIV prevention methods that use antiretroviral treatment (ART) to decrease the risk of HIV transmission. Read Prizila's story and join us to #BeTheGeneration that ends new HIV infections.

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Community Events

March 19 & 21, El Charro de Toluquilla Screening at AMC Fashion Valley
Don't miss this tale of a spirited, HIV positive mariachi singer seeking fame and recognition while dealing with the responsibilities that come with fatherhood. Part of the 24th San Diego Latino Film Festival, it's a ¡Documania! Showcase film. The San Diego Latino Film Festival festival runs March 16-26 at AMC Fashion Vally. For information on festival films, special events, special guests and more, visit http://sdlatinofilm.com.

Tracie Jada O'Brien Transgender Student Scholarship Applications Open

This scholarship is open to students who identify as transgender, outside of the gender binary and/or are in the process of transitioning gender. This fund will grant scholarships yearly, as funds permit, to students starting or continuing their education at 2-year college, 4-year college, technical school, grad school, or vocational training program. Scholarships will be awarded at the Transgender Day of Empowerment event. Applications are available at www.sdpride.org/tdoe through March 31.

Thursday, April 13, Tom Homann Law Association Annual Installation and Awards Ceremony
Join THLA and Title Sponsor CaseyGerry at the U.S. Grant on Thursday, April 13 for a fabulous evening celebrating advancements in LGBTQ equality. Enjoy a pre-dinner cocktail reception from 5:30-6:30pm, followed by the dinner program at 6:30pm in the Presidential Ballroom. This year THLA welcomes keynote speaker Representative Brian Sims of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives. Elected in 2012 after unseating 28-year incumbent, he became the first openly gay member of the Pennsylvania General Assembly. Sims continues to be a leading advocate for LGBT and women’s rights, and has been named one of the nation’s Top 40 LGBT Attorneys Under 40 by the National LGBT Bar Association and one of the of the Top 40 Most Influential LGBT People Under 40 by The Advocate. Tickets and table sponsorships can be purchased onlkine at https://thla.org/events.

Friday, April 14, 6:30pm Transgender Day of Empowerment
Join us in celebrating the rich diversity of San Diego's transgender community on Friday, April 14 from 6-8pm at The Center. This year's program is youth-focused and will include speakers, entertainment, refreshments, awards, and the announcement of the 3rd Annual Tracie Jada O'Brien Transgender Student Scholarship recipients! This event is free and open to all. The venue is wheelchair accessible and ASL interpretation will be provided for the program. If you have accessibility requests, please contact melissa@sdpride.org.

Report School Bullying!
San Diego Unified School District has a new online bullying reporting system. Search "bullying" on your school's website or visit the link at https://www.sandiegounified.org/forms/online-bullying-reporting-form.

Senior Housing Development
Looking for more information about the new senior housing development? Visit the FAQ page at >>> http://chworks.org/real-estate-development/current-projects/north-park-seniors
For more information contact LaRue Fields at seniors@thecentersd.org or 619.692.2077 x205.

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