We spent an hour discussing the experiences of going to the LGBT community center. All scholars stated that they enjoyed going there, and they would like to go back again to foster a stronger relationship with the members of the LGBT community center. It sounded like going to the LGBT community center was a unique and memorable event. Rather than just going once for an entire year, it would be better for students to go back and visit more frequently just like what we did for Casa De Manana. When Chase was sharing his experiences of interacting with a lady from LGBT center, it was unfortunate to hear that she had faced many obstacles and miseries in her life. Of course, not everyone is lucky enough to receive support from their family members and friends. The lady that Chase talked to did not have any support throughout her life. We have been to Bayside community center, Gary and Mary Senior Center, and Cada De Manana. When we asked what they think about their neighborhood, we often heard about positive feedbacks regarding their local community, and they love living there. However, we often neglect that there are people who have been very lost and forgotten from the beginning. Sometimes, what we could do is sit down and listen to their experiences. The best thing we can do is to let them know that their voices matter and many people are willing to help them and listen to their concerns, and this small action might make them feel welcomed and warm instead of thinking negatively about this world.