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Resource Center

Resource Center was established in 1983 with a focus on education and service, and a goal of achieving recognition and equal rights for gays and lesbians in North Texas. With over 38 years of experience, Resource Center operates one of the largest LGBTQIA+ community centers in the United States and is a primary HIV/AIDS service organization in North Texas. With a staff of 71 members supported by over 1,200 volunteers, Resource Center serves more than 62,000 people each year through programs that address the needs of the LGBTQIA+ community and services that provide critical assistance to people living with and affected by HIV/AIDS. BSL also hosts several food drives throughout the year to support the Resource Center of Dallas Food Pantry.


Legacy Cares

For over 25 years, Legacy has been providing quality mental healthcare, substance abuse treatment, and special care housing services for people challenged with HIV and AIDS. Legacy provides multiple avenues of care, including its Counseling Center which a number of therapeutic programs to suit individual needs from one-on-one personal counseling to interactive group sessions, its Substance Abuse Program which offers both intensive and supportive assistance for HIV-positive individuals with chemical dependency issues, and its special needs facility Legacy Cottage which offers 24-hour supervised care.


The Stewpot

The Stewpot offers a safe haven for homeless and at-risk individuals of Dallas, providing resources for basic survival needs, as well as opportunities to start a new life. Established by First Presbyterian Church in 1975, The Stewpot began serving food when church members realized no other resources were available for the homeless and hungry. Over the years, The Stewpot has helped to form new organizations to meet community needs including Austin Street Center, Genesis Women's Shelter, Interfaith Housing and The Bridge.


Prism Health North Texas

Prism Health North Texas (PHNTX) opened services in 1986 during the HIV/AIDS crisis in North Texas, through an initial grant by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. PHNTX is committed to providing healthcare for all North Texans in a non-judgmental and affirming environment. The organization strives to remove the barriers that prevent any individual from accessing quality healthcare. PHNTX stands for health equity, especially for marginalized populations including people living with HIV, LGBTQIA+, and ethnic minorities. Every individual has the right to affordable, accessible health care and the opportunity to attain their highest level of health.


Silver Pride Project

Silver Pride Project is a group that supports and addresses the specific needs of LGBT seniors. This organization was started in order to provide safe spaces for seniors and allies of our community to meet and socialize, as well as educate others about the unique needs we have. Social isolation can be as bad for your health as hypertension or diabetes. This group, a first of its kind in this area, seeks to support the unique needs and experiences of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender seniors as they age. They have activities four days a week as well as activities in the evenings and weekends.


Born Sports League also supports the following communities:

  • The Oak Lawn Community

  • Local Dallas Schools via our Back to School Drives hosted throughout each year

  • Our Players via our Player Scholarship Fund, which helps members experiencing financial hardship to participate in our sports leagues

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