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Supports LGBTQ individuals and LGBTQ headed families through a variety of services including counseling, workshops, parent coaching, social events, and more.
Their knowledgeable, licensed counselors offer culturally sensitive, bi-lingual, LGBTQ-affirming care in accepting, nonjudgmental environment..
Email: Public Contact: Eliscia Cirrone Executive Director: David Kilmnick, Executive Director Board Leader: Andy Stern, Board President Main: 631-665-2300Fax: 631-665-7874Switchboard: 631-665-2300Hotline: 631-665-2300Helpline: 631-665-2300Public Contact: Tandra La Grone, Executive Director Board Leader: Tandra La Grone, Executive Director Board Leader: Guy Mallory, Interim President/Treasurer Main: 518-432-4188Fax: 518-432-4123Hotline: 518-432-4341Public Contact: Dirk Mc Call, Executive Director Executive Director: Dirk Mc Call, Executive Director Senior Leader: Demetrius Mc Cord, Dep. AFFA's Parenting Group is a forum for GLBT families to gather and provide support, resources, services and activities for GLBT parents and their children, as well as GLBT couples considering parenting.
Email Public Contact: Tamera Tedder, President, SC Pride Movement Board Leader: Ryan Wilson, President, Harriet Hancock Center Foundation Board Leader: Harriett Hancock, VP of Harriett Hancock Center Foundation Main: 803-771-7713We are a group of LGBT parents with infant to school-aged children.
We are committed to discovering and expanding these options as a unified community, so we can make the most educated choices when deciding to parent.
We intend to foster and be an advocate for the rights of LGBT families everywhere, but we don’t stop there.
Front Range Gay Fathers (FRGF) is a family-oriented organization that understands the challenges of and welcomes two father couples/single gay fathers and their children wanting to build friendships, socialize, support, grow and promote our well-being with other like-minded families in a fun-focused and comfortable environment.
Georgia• COLAGE (Children of Lesbians and Gays Everywhere) Greater Atlanta: Support and Community for kids 8 with one and/or more LGBT parent in the greater Atlanta area.
18 PFLAG-Oahu (Parents, Families & Friends of Lesbians & Gays), 672-9050 American Friends Service Committee (Gay Liberation Project), 988-2184 Camaron is a multicultural support group for queer women and transgender people who want to build their families.The Project offers provider trainings, educational programs, information and referral services, the Directory of Family Building Services for LGBT People, and gatherings for LGBTQ parents and prospective parents.• Rainbow Families of Staten Island, A Play & Parenting Group.Co-sponsored by The Staten Island Children's Museum & The Staten Island LGBT Community Center.An opportunity for your children of all ages to interact with other children of gay and lesbian parents in addition to providing a forum for parents to meet and discuss parenting issues. A., Vice Chair Main: 718-292-4368Fax: 718-292-4999Hotline: 866-442-9227Executive Director: Glennda Testone, Executive Director Board Leader: Mario J. Gwen Marcus, Esq., Board Co-Chair Board Leader: Paul Gruber, Board Co-Chair Main: 212-620-7310Fax: 212-924-2657Hotline: 212-620-7310Helpline: 212-620-7310• Triangle Families, a group for LGBT parents and wannabe parent in the Triangle region (Chapel Hill, Raleigh, Durham) of North Carolina.
Meets on the third Sunday of every month at The Staten Island Children's Museum located at Snug Harbor, 10 minutes from the Ferry Terminal. Board Leader: Michelle Lopez, President Board Leader: Dakarai G. To join our list serve for event information and discussions, go to yahoogroups.com, search for Triangle Families and join the group.We provide a fun, safe environment for kids where they can be themselves with other children and youth of like families.