Atlanta Gay Center

The Atlanta Gay Center was a community center that served the gay community in Atlanta, Georgia (United States). It was founded in 1976.[1] It has since closed and been replaced by the Atlanta Gay and Lesbian Community Center.

The center published a bi-weekly newspaper, and operated the Gay Helpline for the Atlanta area. The center was the meeting place for several support groups including those for teens, interracial couples, older couples, and P-FLAG.[2]

During the early 1980s, in the early days of HIV/AIDS awareness, the Atlanta Gay Center offered free testing and support groups.

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  1. ^ Secrest, David K. (January 29, 1981). "Gay Center Sets First Public Fund Raiser". Atlanta Constitution. p. 8E. Retrieved 25 July 2020.
  2. ^ Downey, Maureen (November 25, 1985). "Gay fathers find the going tough". Atlanta Constitution. pp. B1–B8. Retrieved 25 July 2020.

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