Gay City Health Project

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Gay City Health Project
Gay City logo.jpg
Formation 1995
Type Gay men's health organization in Seattle
Purpose Health services
Headquarters Seattle, Washington, USA
Region served
Seattle, Washington
Official language
The Gay City headquarters in Seattle, Washington

Gay City Health Project, also known as Gay City, is a multicultural nonprofit organization based in Seattle, Washington which promotes the welfare of gay men and other men who have sex with men (MSMs), and more generally the LGBT community in Seattle.


Gay City provides HIV testing to MSMs, operates an LGBT resource referral phone line, manages a smoking cessation project called "Tobactivism", and houses the LGBT library formerly held by the Seattle LGBT Community Center until it closed in 2009.[1]


In 2007 Gay City became a research partner for the Seattle branch of the HIV Vaccine Trials Network.[2]


  1. ^ "Gay City Health Project". Seattle Foundation. Retrieved 13 September 2011. 
  2. ^ Forbes, Dean (9 May 2007). "HIV Vaccine Awareness Day is May 18; Seattle research unit to mark day with remembrance and new community partners". Retrieved 13 September 2011. 

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Coordinates: 47°36′50″N 122°19′29″W / 47.613998°N 122.324709°W / 47.613998; -122.324709