PFLAG Connects brings the PFLAG Chapter Network--400+ chapters in all 50 states--online, providing digital meetings and events to their local communities and to your family and LGBTQ+ loved ones.
Participating chapters will receive ongoing support from PFLAG National, including up-to-date education and best practices to help deliver great online meetings and events. PFLAG Connects supports you at a time when support is needed more than ever.
The Recovery Village contacted us to inform our members of possible resourcs to deal with addiction. We all know about the alcohol and substance abuse problem here is the US but people who identify as gay are twice as likely to experience this. You can follow the links below if interested.
ey participate as a pair and at least one of them must be LGBTQ. The IDEA program provides nine individualized virtual coaching sessions including problem solving and communication strategies, and a gentle exercise program. We compensate up to $125 for completing interviews and are enrolling participants in all 50 states. For more information contact:
Aging with Pride: IDEA
The Goldsen Institute
School of Social Work
University of Washington
email@example.comAging with Pride: IDEA (Innovations in Dementia Empowerment and Action), is the first federally funded research study examining ways to improve the health and quality of life for adults with memory loss and their care partners in the LGBTQ community. Th
Women Helping Women helps survivors find hope, healing, and empowerment through our confidential support services. They inspire the community to speak out against gender-based violence, and speak up for equal and healthy relationships. They also educate and advocate that generations after us grow into change agents to prevent gender-based violence before it ever starts.
Trans Mentor Project is offering a new online resource of e-mentoring trans and nonbinary youth and their caregivers. This is especially importance in this day where we all feel a little isolated. You can read more about Trans Mentor Project on their website. You can also schedule a time to meet with Carter Roberts, PhD at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Lighthouse Youth & Family Services, a culturally-competent and trauma-informed agency, is a safe and welcoming place. All children, youth, and families are treated with respect and dignity. We provide inclusive and affirming care for all young people. The Safe and Supported project resource guide can be found here.
TransOhio serves the Ohio transgender and ally communities by providing services, education, support, and advocacy, which promotes and improves the health, safety and life experience of the Ohio transgender individual and community. Click here for a list of support groups on the website of TransOhio.
The Miami University LGBTQ+ Initiatives aims to improve the experience of gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender and queer people at Miami and is available to anyone on campus interested in learning more about gender and sexuality and intersecting identities. LGBTQ+ Initiatives is conveniently located in the Center for Student Diversity & Inclusion on the second floor of Armstrong Student Center.
Spectrum is a student-led organization at Miami University which aims create an inclusive space for students of all sexual orientations and gender identities through educational programming and activism in collaboration with the Center for Students Diversity & Inclusion (CSDI) at Miami University. Learn more about Spectrum here.