The Center Orlando

A Community Resource


Current Operations for The Center Kissimmee and The Center Orlando

All persons entering building MUST have a face covering and be pre-screened before testing. If you have traveled outside of Florida in the past 14 days, have a fever or any cough, you will not be allowed to have any testing performed. Our Cyber Center will remain closed until further notice. All in-person groups have been suspended until further notice. Please sign up for our monthly newsletter to receive up to date information.

The Center Orlando

Orlando Hours: Monday through Thursday 9 AM-5 PM; Friday 9 AM-9 PM; Saturday. 9 AM-4:30 PM

Services offered:

The Center Kissimmee

Our Kissimmee office is open Mon - Fri 10 AM-6 PM. Also open on 1st Saturday of the month 10a - 2p.

Address change: 17 West Monument Ave., Kissimmee, 34741 (two doors down from the old site).

Services offered:

  • HIV/Hep C/STI/PrEP Linkage 11 AM-5 PM (last client at 4:45)
  • Narcan distribution
  • Grab & Go Condoms
  • Online Counseling
  • Online HIV Support Group
  • Online Addiction & Recovery Groups
  • Online Youth Programming
  • Poz Support: Meets via Zoom 1st and 3rd Thursdays at 6p (Call for details)

How Can I Learn More?

Email The Center at Your message will be forwarded to the most appropriate person.

Send a Direct Message on Facebook or Instagram which is being checked regularly.

Stay tuned to our social media pages and our newsletter for further updates or extended closures.

Please know that our community’s best interest is at the heart of every decision we are forced to make. Let’s do what we can to care for our bodies, our spirits, and our community. Call or Facetime your friends, be gentle with yourself and your neighbors. If you’re in need of connection, reach out. We will get through this together, even if we might not be able to be physically in the same room.


Dr. George A. Wallace

Executive Director


Resources for LGBTQ+ Community During COVID-19

The Central Florida LGBTQ+ Relief Fund is addressing immediate needs that are becoming more critical as each day passes.

We have put together this list of resources to help our LGBTQ+ family in Central Florida navigate the crisis. Please contact us at if there are additional resources that you would like to add to this document. We will continue to update it as the situation develops.

Topics included in the guide are:
City and County Government Resources
Coping with Stress
Connecting To Free/Low-Cost Resources & Financial Relief
Food / Nutrition Assistance
Resources for Youth and Families
Immigrant Community Resources
Sexual Assault & Intimate Partner Violence
Legal Assistance
Housing, Rental Assistance, and Homelessness

Resource Guide in English | Resource Guide in Spanish


Narcan Education Video

This is a consumer training video to educate about the use of Narcan to prevent opioid overdose presented by the LGBT+ Center. Orlando. The center offers free Narcan to the community.
Watch the video to learn more and pick up your Narcan today!

The LGBT+ Center Orlando, Inc. (The Center)

has been in operation since 1978 making it one of the oldest centers in the nation. The Center promotes the well being of the Central Florida Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender communities.

Mission: To promote and empower the LGBT community and its allies through information, education, advocacy, and support.


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  • review rating 5  Such a caring and compassionate environment thank you

    thumb Mark Marsocci
  • review rating 5  Such a wonderful and caring staff and location for LGBTQ individuals!

    thumb Brenn Dennis
  • review rating 5  Can someone please recommend a good primary care physician that doesn't give attitude, and let's you talk without judgment, or rolling their eyes?

    thumb Michele Simeoni
  • review rating 4  Best customer service skills and Clean place

    thumb Hector Rosa
  • review rating 5  Discreet, helpful staff that are caring without being judgmental. I came in for regular HIV/STI testing and was in and out quickly. Wait times can vary though depending on time and day, but they work to give individual care. They’re a fantastic resource and all testing is free.

    thumb Tim Bell
  • review rating 5  First time visiting! Great place with a great cause!

    thumb David S
  • review rating 5  I came here a few years back to do community service because I have health issues that prevent me from doing outdoor manual labor especially in the summertime. Everyone at The Center was so kind and welcoming. I really enjoyed my time here. For anyone who could use a place you can go and be welcomed I would definitely recommend you check this place out. I know they offer help in HIV/STI testing and can also help with finding mental/medical services. If you are in need of some advice or could just do with seeing a friendly face definitely stop in and say hi!

    thumb Kristen Katz
  • review rating 5  Very welcoming. Everyone I interacted with is so nice. 100/100 Highly recommended.

    thumb RaNya
  • review rating 5  Awesome service! Adam Miller is an amazing counselor and I’m so happy with all the service I’m receiving! I would definitely recommend this place to anyone who is LGBT! Awesome facility! 🏳️‍🌈 😊

    thumb Mr Awesomeness
  • review rating 5  The people at the Center are wonderful, kind, considerate and helpful folks. I have been there in terrible moods and they understood and did NOT judge me based on my actions. From the top people to every volunteer, I have been treated with the utmost respect and dignity. I am in a terrible situation and thier kindness and love have been a foundation for me. Without the good people who work there I would have committed self termination months ago. Besides FREE testing there are several groups that meet there on a regular basis, art shows, Drag Queen story time and a plethora of events aimed at community as a whole. ♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️

    thumb CharColl