Its mission was to conduct research and educational activities in the area of human sexuality, to provide facilities and rehabilitative services for the homophile community in the areas of mental and physical health and social alternatives, and to provide endowment funding for qualifying homophile organizations, persons, and events. The organization initially met in members' homes. By it acquired its first offices at Euclid Hts. In the Center was receiving enough support from members and foundations to hire its first executive director, Vincent Bluett. In the center also opened the Living Room program, which provided support to persons in the HIV spectrum, and began the innovative PRYSM Presence and Respect for Youth in Sexual Minority which provides a forum and social support group for young gay and lesbian people.
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An illustration of the Center, s. Photo by Andrew S. The original building before later additions.
Since the s, the gay community in Detroit has shifted from convening in mostly underground spaces to out and proud ones welcoming all genders and sexual orientations. Cultivating spaces to let off steam and connect with the community has been an essential facet of progress. These bars and nightclubs are filled with people who want to dance and let loose.