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We at Dimensions Clinic are proud to present the “Little Black Book 2,” a comprehensive youth resource guide for the Bay Area, with special emphasis on agencies serving the needs of the LGBTQIQ (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, Intersex and Questioning) communities. Many thanks go out to “Connect to Protect” the creator of the original “Little Black Book.” We feel honored to be given the opportunity to continue such important and vital work. We encourage you to learn more about Connect to Protect by going to connecttoprotectsf.org/about.html.

Since July 2, 1998 Dimensions Clinic has been a leader in providing culturally competent comprehensive medical and behavioral healthcare to San Francisco’s LGBTQIQ youth. We are reminded on a daily basis of the profound importance of our work as we strive to meet the varied needs of our beloved clients. Now, more than ever, we believe in the old activist chant, “health care is a right, not a privilege”; in fact, it has been our rallying cry throughout these many years. As we enter our second decade, Dimensions Clinic will continue to be of service to our younger family members, who are often vulnerable as well as powerfully inspiring.

Dimensions Clinic is foremost an example of what a true collaborative can accomplish. Without the steadfast commitment of our partners we would cease to exist; special thanks to Castro Mission Health Center and Community Health Programs for Youth of the SF Department of Public Health, Health Initiatives For Youth, Larkin Street Youth services, Lavender Youth Recreation and Information Center and New Leaf.

Whether you are a provider or a young person in need of services, we hope that you will find the enclosed information useful and beneficial.

Sincerely,
Vittorio D’Angeli
Dimensions Clinic Collaborative Coordinator

 



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The Little Black Book 2 is made possible because of the generous support from the United Way of the Bay Area,
California Pacific Medical Center and Real Bad/GRGR West.

Special thanks to: Rachel Clee, Michael Baxter, Bevan Dufty

 

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