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DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA: Center to Give Support to Gay, Transgender Latinos




 

Washington Post (05.31.12)

Casa Ruby, a community resource for LGBT Latinos, will celebrate its grand opening from noon to 8 p.m. on June 6. The opening ceremony, held 4-6 p.m., will include remarks by Roxana Olivas, director of the D.C. Office on Latino Affairs. Run by the nonprofit Latinos-as En Accion, Casa Ruby will offer HIV and STD testing, job training and referrals, assistance with partner violence and substance abuse issues, clothing and hot meals. Its location is 2822 Georgia Ave. NW, Ste. B. For more information, telephone 202-355-5155 or visit www.casaruby.org.



 


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