Be Kind to Your Mind

Be Kind to Your Mind is our community gathering led by and for peers that want to support one another in a safe, nonjudgmental environment. Be Kind to Your Mind is an ongoing collaboration between Peer Support Space and The Bros in Convo Initiative.

Those of all sexual orientations, genders, ages, and disabilities as well as those of diverse neurological, racial, religious, and cultural backgrounds are welcomed.

Flower Boy Blooms

Flower Boy Blooms is a program of The Bros in Convo Initiative focused on affirming and celebrating the gender expression and identity among Black and Brown gay, nonbinary, and queer folk.

Get Out and Vote Central Florida

Our Get Out and Vote Central Florida Program provides voter education and support to individuals living in Orange, Osceola, and Seminole Counties. We provide information regarding ballots, polling stations, voter registration, and voting resources. We also provide transportation assistance those needing to get to the polls. To learn more, click here.

Kitchen Table / Mesa De Cocina

Kitchen Table/Mesa De Cocina, is our online collaborative culinary program with QLatinx that shows kitchen skill, not budget, is the key to great food. Participants learn how to make delicious and nutritious meals based on the average budget of an individual on SNAP, $4 per day.

Workshops are facilitated by Chef Mira who leads participants through the process of making delicious recipes from Leanne’s Browns “Good and Cheap” while teaching us about health, diet, and nutrition.

To learn more about our Kitchen Table/Mesa De Cocina program go here.

Strength Through Youth/Young Adults Living Empowered (STYLE)

STYLE is an empowerment program for young (18-30) bisexual, gay, queer, and same gender loving men of color (self-defined) in Central Florida who are living with HIV. Program benefits include an expanded support system, increased sexual health and wellness, greater knowledge and connection to local resources, a light meal, and a program stipend of $300.

Participants are required to attend a minimum of 5 out of the 6 sessions to receive program stipend. To join STYLE, register here.

Youth/Young Adults Living Pozitively (YALP)

YALP is a brave and safe space to build friendships and a sense of community among young people (18- 30) of color (self-defined) living with HIV in Central Florida regardless of gender identity and sexual orientation. Program benefits include an expanded support system, increased emotional health and wellness, greater knowledge and connection to local resources, a light meal, monthly raffles, and a program stipend of $300.

Participants are required to attend a minimum of 5 out of the 6 sessions to receive program stipend. To join YALP, register here.