As we move into the winter season, we will be making modifications to our programs and services:

Health Center

Health Center Hours :

Monday - Friday; 9 AM to 5 PM

All services are still by Appointments ONLY. Please DO NOT walk into our main office Read more...

Mazzoni Center’s Board of Directors today announced the permanent leadership structure for the organization, concluding a ten-month initiative that considered feedback from all staff, directors, the interim leadership team, and Board members.

According to Nu’Rodney Prad, Board President, the permanent leadership structure will be an innovative and bold Executive Leadership Team (ELT) model, led by a President, Executive Officer. “Our research and benchmarking yielded results that compelled us to approve a consensus-based decision-making model led by a President, Read more...

The City of Philadelphia has now moved into an initial green phase of activities on July 3. This included:

  • Residential swimming pools and private swim clubs
  • Zoos (outside only)
  • Personal services such as salons, barbers, and spas
  • Small indoor social and religious gatherings (up to 25 people)
  • Casinos
  • Indoor shopping malls
  • Museums and libraries
  • Outdoor group recreational and sports activities for youth and adults
  • Outdoor performances and small outdoor events (up to 50 people)
  • Schools and
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My name is Aleks. I’m a soon to be 24 year old male to female transgender girl. I’ve battled gender dysphoria most of my life & I’m now two years into my gender transition both medically, legally & socially. As they say a picture is worth a thousand words. But both pictures above represent a very unique & rare story. The one is of a very confused & depressed “little boy” & the other is of a girl who always lived hidden inside.

But what most people couldn’t begin to fathom was just what it took to bring me into the world. After Read more...

I remember the moment when I knew deep inside that I was a girl. I was three years old and was watching "The Little Mermaid" and I just swore up and down that I would be Ariel when I grew up. I innocently told my father that I wanted to be Ariel and was going to marry Prince Eric when I grew up, and that didn't really go over too well. Unfortunately, I was told that I was a boy and I needed to act like it and that anything else was wrong and completely unacceptable. This would trigger the fear and shame that I would carry with me as I made desperate attempts to hide who I was Read more...