Center for gay Latinos opens in D.C.
A health center for gay, bisexual and transgendered Latino youths launched Tuesday in Mount Pleasant, WAMU reports.
The clinic, called Mpoderate, was created by the D.C.-based nonprofit La Clinica Del Pueblo to provide “culturally appropriate” services to young gay Latinos, with a focus on HIV/AIDS.
"It's the first time that there is a youth health center for young Latinos in Washington D.C.," the clinic’s program manager Manual Diaz told WAMU.
The center is located at 3055 Mt. Pleasant Street.
| June 9, 2010; 7:03 AM ET
Categories: DC | Tags: d.c., health, hiv/aids, mount pleasant
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