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At the Center I was wanted; someone was thinking about me for the first time.

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Tomorrow, the House of Representatives will vote to take away health insurance from 24 million Americans like Steven.

Steven, 27, was diagnosed with cancer last year. Because of the Affordable Care Act (ACA), he was able to get insurance he could afford and access the healthcare he needed. Steven credits the care he received at the Los Angeles LGBT Center with saving his life. For Steven, the most terrifying moments since his diagnosis has been the uncertainty of how he will afford the treatment he still needs if the ACA is repealed.


President Trump has promised a plan that provides “better healthcare for more people at a lesser cost.” Tomorrow, the House will vote on a plan that covers less and costs more. Millions will lose insurance. The average cost for people who can keep insurance will increase more than $4,800 per person each year. Meanwhile, individuals earning in the 1% income bracket will receive between $33,000 and $197,000 in tax cuts each year.

In addition to individuals, states will bear the brunt of the financial burdens under the plan. California Gov. Jerry Brown called the proposal an “insult to democracy itself,” warning that the plan will add $6 billion in costs a year to California. California Insurance Commissioner Dave Jones warned that repealing the ACA would return us “to a time when the shadow of financial catastrophe loomed over every family." (Use this map to find out how the ACA repeal will impact your state.)

In every way that counts, we as individuals…as families…as communities…as states…and as a nation cannot afford this plan. Act now to #SaveACA.

The Los Angeles LGBT Center works every day to help build a world where LGBT pepole can thrive as healthy, equal, and complete members of society. As one of the largest and most experienced providers of LGBT health and mental healthcare, supported by a research team working to advance the care and treatment of LGBT people, the Center's medical providers, therapists, and pharmacy staff help clients lead healthier, happier lives by keeping their minds and bodies well. With your support, the Center offers clients what they need most: hope.


You can choose from either a one-time or monthly donation for amounts up to $1,499. If you would like to contribute $1,500 or more, please visit our Sustaining Donor page for more information about donation levels and benefits. Will your company or organization match your gift to the Center? Find out now.


Please take the 100 Days and Me pledge to stay informed, be vigilant, and help fight federal policies and legislation that threaten the safety, health and well-being of LGBT people.


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OPTIONAL MONTHLY DONATION BENEFITS

To show our thanks for your extra measure of loyalty and commitment as a monthly contributor to the Center at your selected amount, you’ll receive special benefits including:

  • Recognition as a member of the Advocates in the Los Angeles LGBT Center’s award winning magazine, Vanguard;
  • Invitation to the annual Advocates meet-and-greet hosted by our Chief Executive Officer; and
  • Yearly tax statement summarizing your annual giving.
  • Center Swag: For $10 or more a month, you can get a tote bag. For $25 or more a month, you can get a T-shirt

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