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The Center of Southern Nevada serves the LGBTQ Community of the greater Las Vegas area and now boasts a modern new facility just southwest of downtown Las Vegas.

In 2012 The Center moved into the Robert L. Forbuss Building located on Maryland Parkway just north of Charleston Boulevard. The facility is named for the late Robert Forbuss, local educator, businessman, and Chamber Of Commerce leader. The current location replaces the long-standing Center facility in the Commercial Center.

The new facility is spacious and modern and offers countless recurring and special programs and events of interest to the LGBT communiy and residents of low to moderate income.

Of special note to the TG community are the recurring TransLation group, a TG Veterans group, and Out Of The Gender Box, among others.

The Center provides outdoor and indoor meeting, social, and recreatonal facilities.

The Cyber Center offers free Internet access as well as access to popular computer applications.

The Parks Lending Library features over 4000 items, most of which are of specific interest to the LGBT community.

A copy of Never Climbed His Mountain by Julian Gladstone was donated to the Lending Library by Diva Las Vegas in 2013.

A small clinic is contained within the facility which offers STD screenings, hepatitis vaccinations, and other services.

A very unique feature of The Center is "The Johns", which is a true gender-neutral multiple-occupant restroom complex which offers appropriate privacy and meets all building codes.

Although the name is appropriate for such a facility, it was actually named in honor of two donors, whose names happen to be John, who contributed to the construction of the new Center.

Carla's Boutique, of the San Francisco Bay Area, put on a catered reception and social for DLV 2013 attendees at The Center.