As a first-generation gay Cuban-American (and proud) raised in South Florida, finding a welcoming and inclusive safe space to discuss important LGBTQ health and social issues was very important for me. It was not until I met this amazing group of people, that I call “familia,” Latinos Salud. Latinos Salud is a non-profit community-based organization that provides community-centered, culturally competent health education, and integrated preventative and linkage services focused on sexual health. I have had the privilege to not only volunteer with the organization, but also work as a public health adocate with this amazing passionate group of individuals. It was Latinos Salud and their community mission that sparked my passion to pursue a career in Family Medicine with a focus in HIV primary care, reproductive health, and LGBTQ health. As I am writing this, I am currently living in Boston, MA and half-way through my residency program in Family Medicine. Although I may be thousands of miles away from South Florida, Latinos Salud continues to hold a special place in my heart and I will continue to support their mission in addressing health inequities in South Florida regarding HIV and sexual health.