HIV Guidebook – English
Third-Party Event Form
Youth and Student Resources
Looking to support an LGBTQIA+ youth? Resource Center’s Youth First community group serves ages 12-18. We have also partnered with Dallas ISD and Uplift Education to bring a comprehensive anti-bullying program OUT for Safe Schools to North Texas. Resource Center … Read more
Young Professionals Advisory Council Members
What is an STI?
Sexually transmitted infections (also known as STIs) are infectious diseases that spread from person to person through intimate contact. STIs can affect men and women of all ages and backgrounds who are having sex — it doesn’t matter if they’re … Read more
What is HIV?
HIV – Human Immunodeficiency VirusAIDS – Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome HIV is the virus that causes AIDS. It is transmitted through blood and other bodily fluids such as semen and breast milk. If you have unprotected sex, use intravenous drugs … Read more
Staying Healthy and Prevention Tips
What tests are recommended to help ensure the sexual health of gay and bisexual men?As an individual, you can do a lot to protect your health. CDC recommends the following laboratory/testing for gay and bisexual and other MSM. All of … Read more
Ways to Support the Nutrition Program
Connect Your Corporation with Resource Center! Volunteers can make a difference in the community not only for people in need, but for their companies as well. Think of it as a joint marketing opportunity to increase the visibility of your … Read more
Food Pantry Wish List
Food donation priorities: Shelf-stable proteins preferably small or single-serve containers, preferably with pop tops. For our client’s health, we try to limit high sodium content and high sugar items. All food distributed through the Food Pantry must be packaged for … Read more
Volunteering at Resource Center makes a difference in our community. The energy, skills, and time donated by our volunteers are a valued resource. Each year, more than 1,200 dedicated volunteers help Resource Center serve the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and … Read more