Inclusivity Mural by Kathleen Kirk Stoves

At Central Midtown, we are striving to create an inclusive space where everyone feels welcome and valued.

Chris Bullock
Safe2BU Counseling Services

Home to Safe2BU Counceling Services for LGBTQ+ Youth

At no cost, links clients, who have suffered or are suffering from trauma, with mental health and wellness management services, where all staff are trauma/injustice informed and trained in LGBTQ+ sensitivity.  More info:

Exhibit: Black & White, Hate & Love

In 2019, Central hosted Black & White, Hate & Love: A Visual Story by Vincent Lawson and Walter Bower, an exhibition speaking to various issues relating to prejudice, racism, and gender discrimination which included a panel discussion from leaders in the local community..

Home of ARC’S Vegan Group Dinners

ARC has held many events at Central including their annual holiday tasting party, for sampling delicious, vegan holiday foods illustrating how a vegan holiday is not only compassionate, it’s equally delicious! The event was open to the public. Learn More about ARC:

Art for All

Art for All, an inclusive arts education program for adults, is the result of a collaboration of Central Arts CollectiveThe Mobile Arts Council, Full Life Ahead Foundation, and L’Arche Mobile. The goal of the program is to bring people of all abilities together to express their creativity and develop their skills in a variety of art media including acrylics, graphics, watercolors, and more.

Love All Pantry - Inclusive Community Feeding the City

Love All Pantry

Started in 2005 with humble beginnings, Love All Pantry has grown to serve over 1000 families in Mobile each month through our drive-through distributions on Tuesdays. They partner with a range of companies and organizations including providing food services to the Dearborn YMCA Senior Program, the Cathedral Place Apartments, The Ambitiously Him Her – King Foundation Members, and the Colors of Love Ministry. Learn more: