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Wellness with Pride

A Holistic Approach to Wellness

Our Wellness Program adopts a comprehensive and unbiased approach toward health and well-being. Our dedicated team is equipped to provide seamless linkage to HIV treatment or PrEP, ensuring a continuum of care that addresses your needs.

Furthermore, our program extends beyond these services to include a broad spectrum of wellness offerings. This holistic suite of services is designed to cater to various aspects of your health, ensuring a well-rounded approach to your well-being.

Our Wellness Program also hosts a wide variety of events and classes at The Pride Center. With things like yoga classes, meditation sessions, energy healing, support groups, and more, our Wellness Program has something that can help everyone elevate their well-being. Most of the classes and events we host are also completely FREE! For more information about our Wellness Program events and how to register, check out our Events page.

We offer the following Wellness Services:

Quit Tobacco

Are you ready to quit tobacco?

Our Quit Tobacco service will give you the support to quit tobacco, save money, and improve your health.

Wellness Linkage

Do you need to connect to HIV treatment or prevention services?

Have an interest in support groups or medical care?
Our Wellness Linkage service can help connect to essential services.

Social Media Navigation

Do you feel overwhelmed by media messages?

Our Media Literacy service offers some tips to help calm the amount of media messages and gain control over what you see, hear, and read.

Stress Management

Are you experiencing high levels of stress?

Our Stress Management service will provide you with easy-to-use tools that can help you better deal with the stress you feel.

Holistic Health & Wellness Services

Are you experiencing high levels of stress?

The following is a list of resources where you can get the help you need.  Trauma is indeed real.  And there are solutions, help is just a phone call or text away.  This resource list is courtesy of Very Well Mind.

Operated 24/7, the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) National Helpline provides information and referrals if you or a loved one are facing mental health and/or substance use issues. The confidential service does not provide counseling but can direct you to helpful resources, treatment facilities, and support groups in your area.

This national toll-free number—available 24/7—connects to local crisis centers where a trained worker will provide confidential support to people experiencing suicidal thoughts or emotional distress. In July 2022, the helpline was changed from 1-800-273-TALK (8255) to the much more convenient 988.

Many people, especially teenagers and young people, are growing up more comfortable speaking via text message. The Crisis Text Line serves anyone in the United States with this confidential and free 24/7 text line, connecting you with a trained crisis counselor.

Dedicated to preventing child abuse, this 24/7 hotline is staffed by professional crisis counselors and translators who provide help and emergency/social service referrals in over 170 languages. Online chat with a trained professional is also available through the website.

The 24/7 National Domestic Violence Hotline provides confidential assistance to anyone experiencing domestic violence or questioning whether or not they are in an abusive relationship. Online chat with trained advocates is also available through the website.

Available to anyone in the US and its territories, SAMHSA’s 24/7 disaster distress helpline provides immediate crisis counseling if you are experiencing stress, anxiety, and other symptoms as a result of man-made or natural disasters—including pandemics.

Available Monday through Friday, the NEDA Helpline offers phone and chat support for yourself or a loved one coping with an eating disorder and quick access to a crisis text line if needed.

With both phone and online chat options, the 24/7 RAINN helpline provides access to support from trained staff, who can help direct you to a local health facility with experience caring for survivors of sexual assault, as well as resources for healing, recovery, long-term support, and more.

With hours Monday through Saturday, the LGBT National Hotline provides one-to-one peer support and a confidential, safe space for anyone to discuss issues with coming out, gender or sexual identity, relationship concerns, bullying, self-harm, and more.

With phone, chat, and text options, The Trevor Project is a national organization providing 24/7 crisis intervention to LGBTQ young people.

Available 24/7, the National Runaway Safeline is a crisis hotline, online service, and judgment-free safe space for runaways and homeless young people.

Veterans or Service members in crisis can call this helpline to reach specially trained VA responders at any time of day. Friends, family members, and loved ones can also find support through this portal.

The NAMI HelpLine is a nationwide peer-support service, not a crisis line. Still, it does provide information, resource referrals, and community support if you or someone you know is living with a mental health condition.

Upcoming Wellness Events:

Jul
21

iRest Yoga Sundays

PRICE: FREE!

Venue: The Pride Center
Jul
22

Reiki Circle

PRICE: FREE!

Venue: The Pride Center
Jul
23

Yogic Movement and Meditation

PRICE: FREE!

Venue: The Pride Center
Aug
5

Reiki Circle

PRICE: FREE!

Venue: The Pride Center
Aug
5

Grief & Loss Support Group

PRICE: FREE!

Venue: The Pride Center
Aug
6

Move with Pride!

PRICE: FREE!

Venue: The Pride Center

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