PFLAG Central Kentucky Welcomes You!
Support, Education, and Advocacy
PFLAG Central Kentucky seeks to provide a safe, non-judgmental space for LGBTQ+ individuals and their parents, families, and loved ones to explore feelings and struggles with coming to terms when a loved one comes out.
No matter where you are on your journey, PFLAG Central Kentucky is here to help you!
PFLAG Central Kentucky at a Glance
LGBTQ+ persons who want to be part of a supportive community
Straight spouses with LGBTQ+ partners
Parents and family members of children who identify as gay, lesbian, transgender, and non-binary
We understand that everyone comes from different backgrounds and levels of acceptance, that time is needed to "catch up" with loved ones when they come out. Some are scared or angry and having a hard time accepting. Some are confused but wish to be supportive. Yet others are fully accepting and supportive. Everyone's path is valid and we hope to support you on your journey!
Ways We Help
Meaningful Work. Unforgettable Experiences.
Research and experience overwhelmingly shows that LGBTQ+ individuals with accepting families and strong support networks have better outcomes than those who do not, with respect to virtually all measures of health and well-being. This fact motivates our mission to provide education in our communities.
Advocacy is something that PFLAG Central Kentucky takes very seriously and we are working to make a positive impact. We are active in the Ban Conversion Therapy movement in Kentucky and routinely partner with allied organizations to effect change and make lives better for our LGBTQ+ loved ones and allies.
PFLAG Central Kentucky provides monthly confidential support group meetings to allow attendees the opportunity to process their feelings during their unique journey to acceptance in a safe, non-judgmental space.
Schedule of Upcoming Events
(Please note that due to the spread of the Delta variant, we will be going back to virtual only meetings beginning in September).
Check back often as we add events regularly!
6:30 P.M. - Zoom
September 2021 Program and Support Group
Our guest will be Carmen Wampler-Collins, Executive Director of the Pride Community Services Organization (PCSO) in Lexington, supporting LGBTQ+ people of Central and Eastern Kentucky. Learn about the myriad programs and services that are offered and their role in the larger community.
All are welcome - LGBTQ+ youth, family members, friends, allies, and anyone who wants to become better informed.
Our confidential support group will begin at 7:30 P.M..
Register for the meeting here: https://forms.gle/EQ6zvzzELbR55f5fA
(Click on the Contact button below to access each resource's dedicated page. These will be updated regularly, so check back often or contact us for additional resources!)
Pride Community Services Organization (PCSO)
Provides services for LGBTQ+ teens, adults, and seniors from across the state
Maintains a library of LGBTQ+ books and movies
Publishes the monthly LinQ magazine
Sponsors Lexington's Pride festival and Pride Prom
Bluegrass Rainbow Faith Communities Directory
Interfaith directory of open, welcoming, and LGBTQ+ affirming congregations
ACLU of Kentucky
Works daily in courts, legislatures, and communities to defend the individual rights and liberties guaranteed to all by the Constitutions of the United States of America and the Commonwealth of Kentucky
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