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While the gay bars and clubs tend to be the more popular attractions, there are dozens of other places to stop along the way. Philly Gay Calendar has 107 location including stores, restaurants, bars, centers, hotels and more!
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Action Wellness CC Annex
[HIV Testing Site]

1026 Arch Street
Philadelphia
Primary HIV testing site for Action Wellness, Inc. Walk-in testing hours vary by day and appointments at other times are possible
ActionAIDS Annex
[HIV Testing & Counseling]

1026 Arch St.
Philadelphia
ActionAIDS Center City Annex provides free HIV testing. Check PGC or the ActionAIDS website for walk-in times, or call 267-940-5515 to make an appointment.
ActionAIDS West Office
[HIV Testing & Counseling]

3901 Market Street
Philadelphia
Entrance is on Filbert Street.
Attic
[Center - Youth]

255 S. 16th St.
Philadelphia
The Attic seeks to create a safe, supportive non-judgemental environment where youth can share concerns about school, family and friends, be themselves, and take a step from loneliness, secrecy, and self-doubt into participation, belonging, and self-confidence. By encouraging and supporting a process for youth leadership, The Attic validates the efforts of l/g/b/t/q youth to develop personal responsibility for their lives and community.
Barbara Gittings Gay & Lesbian Collection at the Free Library of Philadelphia
[Library Section]

18 S 7th Street
Philadelphia
Named for a lifelong Philadelphia activist who fought for the inclusion of gay and lesbian materials in public libraries, this is the second-largest public library collection of LGBT-themed books, movies and magazines in the country.
Bebashi Transition To Hope
[Non-Profit Organization]

1235 Spring Garden St
Philadelphia
Bebashi – Transition to Hope was established in 1985 in response to the increasing incidence of HIV/AIDS among the African-American community. Since its inception, it has expanded its focus to include sexual health education and prevention, breast health awareness, and hunger relief.
Broad Street Ministry
[Church]

315 South Broad Street
Philadelphia
The Broad Street Ministry: An Inclusive Community of Faith along the Avenue of the Arts Maybe you are new to the city and are looking for a greater sense of community. Maybe you have been looking for a place to explore the questions of meaning and faith—and not be judged! If you are the kind of person who wouldn't ordinarily think of yourself as spending a lot of time at church—this may be the kind of place for you! Is it a church or what? What is Broad Street Ministry exactly? Broad Street Ministry is an emerging community of faith that: honors CREATIVITY in all it pursues strives to extend hospitality intentionally to each and all works tirelessly for a more just and compassionate city
Camp Dreamcatcher
[Camp]

617 West South Street
Kennett Square
Patty Hillkirk had a dream in 1995 to start a camp for children infected or affected by HIV/AIDS. While there were other camps for disadvantaged kids, and those with serious illnesses, the camp was envisioned as more than just an outdoor, fun experience. As a psychotherapist, Patty felt it was also important for the kids to have a special place that was safe, supportive and nurturing, a place to express their feelings of fear, sadness and anger with adults who understand and with children who may share their burdens. During one week in August, children ages 5 -17 attend Camp Dreamcatcher. The children coming to camp may be coping with the HIV/AIDS infection of a family member, the death of one or both parents, or their own HIV/AIDS infection. The purpose of Camp Dreamcatcher is to provide children whose lives have been touched by HIV/AIDS with a chance to get away from home for a week and have fun! The children enjoy swimming, basketball, campfires, hiking, boating, arts/crafts, carnivals, scavenger hunts, a tour of the White House and the much anticipated Camp Dreamcatcher Talent Show!! The camp also offers the children a chance to express their feelings in a safe therapeutic environment. Professionals in the fields of psychotherapy, music/art therapy, yoga and massage facilitate individual and group experiences for the children. In all, over 75 counselors, medical staff and other professionals volunteer their expertise to make the camp an unforgettable experience for the children.
Delaware HIV Consortium
[AIDS Service Organization]

100 W.10th St, Suite 415
Wilmington
What is the Delaware HIV Consortium? The Consortium is a non-profit 501(c)(3), a statewide community based organization that is the state's leader in facilitating and promoting statewide coordination and collaboration of organizations, groups, and individuals who develop, implement, and advocate services and policies aimed at the prevention of HIV and the care of people and communities affected by HIV/AIDS in Delaware. The Consortium also performs administrative oversight and monitors direct client services including: case management, transportation, emergency client assistance and housing programs statewide. The Consortium works as a network of resources directing individuals and organizations to services, volunteerism and educational opportunities. What is the mission of the Delaware HIV Consortium? The Delaware HIV Consortium is dedicated to eliminating the spread of HIV/AIDS and to creating a seamless continuum of care for all people infected and affected in Delaware.
Equality Pennsylvania
[Office]

1211 Chestnut St., Suite 605
Philadelphia
Equality Pennsylvania works to secure and protect the rights of LGBT Pennsylvanians by promoting and leading legislative initiatives on the state, county and municipal levels. Our professional staff, lobbyists, and legislative team work with our allies in the General Assembly to shape and pass positive legislation in Harrisburg and to beat back discriminatory legislation. Equality Pennsylvania has led the fight for equal protection for LGBT citizens in Pennsylvania, and collaborates with organizations, both local and statewide, across the Commonwealth.
GALAEI
[Community Base Organization]

149 W Susquehanna Ave
Philadelphia
Galaei is a queer Latin@ social justice organization. Queer acknowledges and represents the mosaic of sexual and gender identities within our communities. Latin@ represents the multiracial, multicultural experience of Latinidad. Galaei embodies the common history of resistance and resilience of Latin@ and queer people. We are unwavering in our commitment to the advancement de nuestra familia through leadership and economic development, sexual empowerment, and grassroots organizing.
Gayborhood, Philadelphia
[Neighborhood]

13th Street and Locust
Philadelphia
Philadelphia's GLBT community centers on the neighborhood of Washington Square West, affectionately known as the Gayborhood. Located in the southeast quadrant of Center City, the area is roughly bounded by 10th Street to the east, Juniper St to the west, Walnut St to the north, and Lombard Street to the south. Many of the three- and four-story rowhouses date back into the 19th Century, but have been updated with contemporary bars, restaurants, lounges, and shops. The area is extremely convenient to public transit, with Market East Station and the city's subways within two blocks. One of the liveliest areas of the Philadelphia, the Gayborhood is diverse, attractive, and very approachable.
Hudson Pride Connections Center
[Pride Center]

32 Jones St.
Jersey City
Hudson Pride Connections Center is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, non-governmental, community organization that was formed in 1993. Originally known as Jersey City Connections, Hudson Pride is happy to offer a number of different services, programs and events to a diverse LGBTQ community in the Northern NJ region. After 14 years of serving the community, in the summer of 2007, Hudson Pride acquired a 3 story historic home from the late 19th century in one of the most diverse cities in the world. The center is home to the 32 Jones Art Gallery, The David Bohnett Cyber Center and many community partners including: Hudson Diversity Action Council (HDAC), The Pride Network, Chillfest, SAGE Northern NJ and MasT of Jersey City. The 32 Jones Gallery features local, national, and international Lesbian, Gay, Bi, Transgender, Queer, Questioning, and straight ally artists and serves as a venue to provide support for underrepresented and emerging artists; The David Bohnett Cyber Center offers free computer access and career development opportunities. Hudson Diversity Action Council advances the issues of underserved populations through political action, voter mobilization, and community education; The Pride Network works to end bias and prejudice by providing education and practical solutions to facilitate change and Chillfest is the mostly gay and lesbian film series in Jersey City.
John C. Anderson Apartments
[Non-profit organization]

249 South 13th Street
Philadelphia
The dmhFund and Pennrose Properties have partnered to develop a first of its kind LGBT-Friendly Affordable Senior Housing building in the heart Philadelphia's Gayborhood.
Mazzoni Center: Main Office
[Offices]

1348 Bainbridge Street
Philadelphia
Our Mission To provide quality comprehensive health and wellness services in an LGBT-focused environment, while preserving the dignity and improving the quality of life of the individuals we serve. Office (215) 563-0652 Medical (215) 563-0658 Testing (215) 985-9206
Metropolitan Community Church of Philadelphia
[Church]

3637 Chestnut
Philadelphia
Metropolitan Community Church is a Christian Church with a primary ministry to the GLBT community MCC Philadelphia is a revolutionary church, with transformational worship and relevant ministries. We strive to be a place of comfort, hope, and safety to all people. Being empowered through discipleship, MCCP exists to become alive in Christ and to receive the full manifestation of the Holy Spirit while actively impacting and uplifting the LGBTQ Community in a revolutionary, Christ-like fashion. We proclaim the life changing Good News of God’s love to the LGBTQ Community and beyond; and MCCP provides a safe, accepting spiritual refuge to the LGBTQ Community. MCCP will become an internationally recognized LGBTQ and friends Christian church that offers charismatic, Spirit-filled worship services and affirming, Biblically-based training. We will become a teaching church for future ministers. MCCP will strive to provide counseling and support to those in need and a safe refuge for those in religiously persecuted and abusive situations. We will be universally recognized champions for human rights issues and will continue to be committed to health-related education, particularly HIV. We will be known for development of additional ministries housed within our own building that address unmet needs and will also be known for our key role in efforts that unite the Philadelphia-area LGBTQ Community and friends in spiritual fellowship, community events and collaborative support services.
Midtown Village
[Neighborhood]

Broad to 11th St. and Market to Spruce
Philadelphia
Midtown Village is a unique enclave of independent, open-minded boutiques, restaurants, lofts and more. The area attracts a diverse group of forward thinking individuals who are drawn to the locale's distinctive energy. Its vitality and spirit is almost tangible to those walking through its streets.
Mishkan Shalom
[Church - Reconstructionis Synagogue]

4101 Freeland Avenue
Philadelphia
A congregation that welcomes and celebrates LGBT individuals and families. We have weekly services and a Congregatinal School. We are a diverse, progressive, activist congregation committed to integrating prayer, study, and acts of caring (tikkun olam), as well as to working with people of all faiths to build justice and peace. We welcome inter-faith families and non-Jewish partners, Jews of color, singles, and people of all ages and ability. Mishkan Shalom uses a fair share membership dues system based on household income.
New Hope
[Town]

Main Street
New Hope
Nestled along the banks of the Delaware River, the village of New Hope and its surrounding area offers visitors scenic countryside, romantic hideaways and family fun. Located in Bucks County PA, this sophisticated yet country-casual town provides a much needed break from today?s hectic lifestyle and offers something for everyone.
Open City Healing Arts
[Local business]

1315 Walnut Street, Suite 920
Philadelphia
Acupuncture - gentle, effective and affordable. Right in Center City. Open City is lesbian owned and operated, and always LGBT friendly.
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