Our club was founded in 1985 by Marilyn Martinyak and Pat Dixon as an alternative to the gay square dance clubs located an hour away in San Francisco.

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Although located in Santa Clara County, Palo Alto programming is available to San Mateo County youth.

El Camino Reelers (Palo Alto) Information: Email: [email protected] Camino Reelers is the LGBT square dancing club of Silicon Valley.

The PRIDE Initiative collaborates with the newly formed San Mateo County LGBTQ Commission.

For more information regarding the PRIDE Initiative and ways to get involved please contact Regina Moreno Visit the BHRS Calendar to view upcoming PRIDE events **If you are experiencing a mental health emergency, CALL 9-1-1 or go to your nearest hospital emergency room if you can safely get there.

Bay Area Youth Summit Bay Area Youth Summit (BAYS) seeks to foster a safe social forum for LGBTQ* identified youth and their allies in order to promote constructive conversations which serve to generate greater awareness and social activism among youth.

As the world’s first completely youth-led LGBTQ* organization, BAYS seeks to motivate LGBTQ* and allied youth to come together and make a positive impact in all of their communities.

Edgewood Center for Children and Families Drop-In Center (San Bruno) Information: Phone: (650) 832-6797 The Drop-in Center in San Mateo County is a voluntary, peer-driven program that provides interpersonal, educational, vocational, wellness, and recreational opportunities for San Mateo County young adults between the ages of 18-25 to expand the skills necessary for a successful transition into adulthood. Angela Powell, LMFT (San Mateo)https://therapists.psychologytoday.com/rms/name/Angela_Powell_MFT_San Mateo_California_281927 Contact Information: Phone: (707) 779-9132 Email: [email protected], LGBT-friendly psychotherapy.

Angela has worked with children and young adults in a variety of settings: school, home, group home, therapeutic treatment, and in other community arenas.

Clients range from high functioning children with adjustment disorders to developmentally-delayed, at-risk, transitional-aged youth.