The Rainbow Community Center's Youth Program

The Rainbow Community Center's Youth Program We promote self acceptance and a positive self-identity for all LGBTQ+ and Allied youth ages 11-25 in a healthy and fun environment... The Rainbow Community Center of Contra Costa County began in 1992 as a satellite office of the Berkeley Pacific Center and became an independent nonprofit organization in 1996.

We are proud to be Contra Costa County's only nonprofit organization that focuses in meeting the needs of LGBTIQ persons. All our programs are designed to promote community involvement through volunteerism and service.

We are proud to be Contra Costa County's only nonprofit organization that focuses in meeting the needs of LGBTIQ persons. All our programs are designed to promote community involvement through volunteerism and service.

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11/04/2020
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Applicants for all scholarships must have demonstrated service to the LGBT+ community. Applicants of all sexual orientations and gender identities are eligible.

Camp Lightbulb
10/23/2020
Camp Lightbulb

Camp Lightbulb

In response to COVID-19, Camp Lightbulb has developed engaging virtual programming that allows LGBTQ+ youth to connect from anywhere in the world. Our camps are filled with fun, pride, community, friends, support, self-discovery, and memories to last a lifetime.

Seeding Hope Speaker Series: Reimagine Wellness
04/23/2020
Seeding Hope Speaker Series: Reimagine Wellness

Seeding Hope Speaker Series: Reimagine Wellness

We invite you to please join us online for our new Sogorea Te Land Trust, Seeding Hope Speaker Series featuring some of the organizers, cultural workers, farmers, activists, matriarchs, scholars, youth, and elders whose work gives us inspiration. For our first event, we are honored to host, Dr. Kala...

Concord churches and Monument Crisis distribute more food to the needy this week
04/14/2020
Concord churches and Monument Crisis distribute more food to the needy this week

Concord churches and Monument Crisis distribute more food to the needy this week

Monument Crisis Center in Concord continues to distribute food to the needy this week. The organization has already handed out thousands of pounds of emergency food to help those hurt by the coronavirus pandemic. This week, food will be available for pickup: Tuesday, April 14 9 a.m. to Noon 1990 Mar...

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2118 Willow Pass Rd, Ste 500
Concord, CA
94520

Where in the World is The Rainbow? Todos Santos Plaza in Downtown Concord, CA!! We are behind Starbucks, next to Wells Fargo, upstairs (elevator available!)! We have FREE parking, are a short distance from Concord BART (follow the signs toward "Todos Santos Plaza"), & are near County Connection Bus Stops 20, 17, 15, & 11! Check out 511.org to help find your way to us! ​*PLEASE RING THE DOORBELL ALL DAY ON WEEKENDS & WEEKDAYS BEFORE 1PM & AFTER 6PM!

General information

RAINBOW YOUTH PROGRAM HOURS! LGBTQ+ and Ally youth ages 11-25: 1st, 3rd, & 4th Thursdays 4pm to 6pm *subject to change, please check "Events" Location: The Rainbow Community Center of Contra Costa County SCHOOL-BASED SERVICES! Email [email protected] or call (925) 692-0090 x309 to request: -LGBTQ+ Guest Speakers -LGBTQ+ Inclusive Trainings -Support for School Gay/Q***r-Straight Alliance (GSA/QSA) Clubs

Opening Hours

Monday 1pm - 6pm
Tuesday 1pm - 6pm
Wednesday 1pm - 6pm
Thursday 1pm - 6pm
Friday 1pm - 6pm

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Hey ya'll! I wanted to share an East Bay Q***r Youth Event happening May 6th! Youth Q***r Clothing Swap: Hosted by The Q Youth Q***r Clothing Swap Grades 7 - 12 Sunday, May 6th β€’ 2:00p – 5:00pm JCC East Bay β€’ 1414 Walnut St, Berkeley, CA Free Join The Q and JCC East Bay for our annual Q***r Clothing Swap. Bring clothes, take clothes, change-up your wardrobe! From 3:00p – 4:00 pm join our discussion on Q***r Fashion with Erin Berg, co-founder of SF’s very own, Kipper Clothiers. This event is free but if you can, please bring packs of new socks, cup-o-noodles, and/or packs of easy mac to be donated to Covenant House California, a homeless youth shelter. Let us know you’re coming by signing up.
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