The Los Angeles LGBT Center is the largest provider of legal services related to the LGBTQ+ community in the United States. This organization is staffed by a team of volunteers, lawyers, law students, paralegals, and interns who are dedicated to addressing the legal needs of all LGBT people, with a special focus on survivors of violence, undocumented immigrants, and transgender people. In addition to providing legal assistance, they also offer workshops, training, and technical assistance for institutions and service providers. The Learning Center has published a collection of LGBTQ+ resources which includes videos, courses, virtual training, and printable tools aimed at providing support to Los Angeles school communities.
The Attorney General has also filed a letter of friendship with the California Supreme Court in support of a woman who was reportedly denied fertilization services by a doctor's office because she was a single lesbian. The Los Angeles Unified School District (USD), San Francisco USD, Sacramento City USD, and Riverside USD have had similar policies for many years to protect the rights of transgender students. These school districts have not reported any incidents or problems with the policies. The two friendly briefs state that anti-discrimination laws, such as those passed in California to protect LGBTQ+ people, have improved public safety rather than impaired it.
This was further highlighted by Elenis, a decision taken on the last day of Pride Month that allows a private company to discriminate against members of a protected class. The Los Angeles LGBT Center is committed to providing quality legal services to the LGBTQ+ community in Los Angeles County. They strive to ensure that all members of the community are treated fairly and with respect. They are dedicated to providing resources and support to those who need it most.