Youth First – Greater Dayton – Providing a healthy environment for sexual minority youth. For details about this PFLAG Dayton sponsored youth organization, visit their web page at www.pflagdayton.org/youthfirst.html.
The Greater Dayton LGBT Center – The mission of the Greater Dayton LGBT Center is to help create programs that enhance the lives of sexual minorities in Dayton and the Miami Valley
Gay Dayton for all those connected to the Gay Community In Dayton, Ohio. If it is happening in Dayton you will find it here.
Dayton Area Gay / Bi Married Men’s Group meets twice every month. Contact email@example.com for more information.
The Mu Crew – A group for gay/bi guys ages 18-29 in the Dayton area. This group is involved in HIV prevention education, community service, social and supportive programs, educational discussion groups, sports, traveling and more. A program of ARC Ohio. Check out www.TheMuCrew.com for schedule of events, contact information and more! ”
Valley Gems A support group for Dayton/Miami Valley Ohio area transsexuals and transvestites (M to F, F to M, TG, etc.)
The Dayton Gay Men’s Chorus – The Dayton Gay Men’s Chorus seeks to inspire, support, strengthen and promote unity through art, entertainment, and excellence in choral music. In this endeavor, we hope to foster the recognition and acceptance of diversity within the greater Miami Valley region. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for questions, answers, and information.
Miami Valley Ohio Prime Timers – promotes in a supportive atmosphere, educational, cultural, and social activities for mature gay and bisexual men and their admirers. Members meet the third Sunday of every month at a member’s home or at one of the Five Rivers Metro Parks in the summer. A calendar of monthly and weekly activities, dates, times and locations as well as contact information is available at www.primetimersww.org/mvopt
ARCenter Ohio – serving western & north central Ohio with 2 important purposes: provide direct services & support to people living with HIV/AIDS, their family members, partners, and care givers to prevent the spread of HIV/AIDS through public awareness and education. AIDS Resource Center Ohio-Administrative Office, 15 West Fourth Street, Suite 200, Dayton, Ohio 45402, (937) 461-2437, email@example.com
Cincinnati area Community Groups
Stop AIDSs Cincinnati’s, mission is to provide support services for HIV/AIDS infected individuals, their families, friends and loved ones in the tri-state region of SW Ohio, N KY and SE Indiana. Located at 220 Findlay Street, Cincinnati, Ohio 45202 – Phone STOP AIDS 513-421-2437 • 1-866-789-2437
Cincinnati Men’s Chorus is a voluntary, not-for-profit community chorus organized to provide the opportunity for gay men and gay-supportive men to sing together. P.O. Box 3061, Cincinnati, OH 45201, Phone (513) 542-2626
MUSE, Cincinnati’s Women’s Choir is a women’s choir dedicated to musical excellence and social change. In keeping with our belief that diversity is strength, we are feminist women of varied ages, races, and ethnicities with a range of musical abilities, political interests, and life experiences. P.O. Box 23292, Cincinnati, OH 45223 – Phone (513) 221-1118
Gay Chamber of Greater Cincinnati, P.O. Box 141461, Cincinnati, OH 45250-1461 – Phone (513) 723-5073 Paid membership required.
Gay & Lesbian Community Center of Greater Cincinnati a community space and resource center for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people in the Cincinnati area. 4119 Hamilton Ave., Cincinnati, OH 45223 (513) 591-0200
Equality Cincinnati’s mission is to work for full equality for gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender people in Greater Cincinnati and to prevent discrimination and violence based on sexual orientation and gender identity. 318 East Fourth St., Cincinnati, Ohio 45202
Lesbian & Straight Education Network,Cincinnati, strives to assure that each member of every school community is valued and respected regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity/expression. P.O. Box 19856, Cincinnati, Ohio 45219 P: (866) 934-9119; F: (859) 261-5008; email: firstname.lastname@example.org