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Update from Stepping Stone

Update from Stepping Stone
We all have been living in very trying times, and the day-to-day uncertainty can promote a significant degree of stress in our lives. Although the delivery of our services has changed, we continue to provide the structure needed to support long-term sobriety and mental health awareness.

The Center to host "Tantrums & Tiaras Rewind" viewing

The Center to host "Tantrums & Tiaras Rewind" viewing

In a pre-COVID-19 time, thousands would flock to local LGBTQ establishments seeking nights of fun, camaraderie, and entertainment from our restaurant and bar service workers and local drag performers. It seemed that almost every local establishment hosted a recurring show featuring some of our well-known local top talents.

American Psychological Association affirms gender identity

American Psychological Association affirms gender identity

The Human Rights Campaign responded to a resolution adopted by the American Psychological Association that opposes efforts to reject or attempt to change a person’s true gender identity, citing research that conveys those actions as harmful. “The Resolution on Gender Identity Change Efforts” aligns with the APA’s position against similar efforts to change a person’s sexual orientation.

San Diego Pride to highlight recipients of its Community Grant program

San Diego Pride to highlight recipients of its Community Grant program

San Diego Pride is known as one of the most philanthropic Pride organizations in the world. To date, the organization says they have distributed over 3 million dollars to dozens of organizations through its Community Grant program.

County of San Diego will make more than $100M available in new rental assistance money

County of San Diego will make more than $100M available in new rental assistance money
The San Diego County Board of Supervisors today moved forward to operationalize $52.2 million in State of California funds for emergency rental assistance as part of the COVID-19 update. This latest round of funds is in addition to the $48.8 million in federal funds the Board approved receipt of during their January 26 meeting.