We are here to offer support, community, to be an extended family and a knowing friend. Connect with your community.• The Post Adoption Resource Center at Judson Center provides a support group every second Thursday of each month at our Washtenaw office in Ann Arbor.

We invite families who have adopted the opportunity to share their challenges, ideas and support and in exchange be supported by others! After dinner we split into two separate discussion groups, one for parents and one for kids.

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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..

Founded in 1989, Center Families programs include support groups for LGBT parents and prospective parents; trainings for teachers and school administrators; advocacy and activist efforts; support around alternative insemination and other biological parenthood options; forums on custody issues when LGBT parents separate; financial planning for alternative families; and recreational programs for children 8 and under (Halloween Parties, Holiday Parties, Play Days, etc.).

Center Kids offers the following groups: Wannabe Dads/Wannabe Moms, Parenting Partnerships (Co-ed group for couples and singles interested in the possibilities of creative family structures and who seek the presence and involvement of a father [for lesbians] or a mother [for gay men] in the lives of their children), Planning Biological Parenthood Group for Men (), Planning Biological Parenthood Group for Women, TLC for Women TTC (women who have been trying to conceive through alternative insemination for 6 months or longer), Transgender/Genderqueer Parenting Group, and Center Kids Family Play Days (play activities for 3-to-5-yearolds and 6-to-8-year-olds, and a chat room for parents)• Family Circle, Inc.

Take the S40 Bus or you can drive - there is plenty of free parking. We meet once a month on Sunday afternoon during the school year. Information about our events is also posted at Contact Information Executive Director: Cindy Yu, Interim Executive Director Board Leader: Bob Sferra, Board President Board Leader: Meg Doerr, 1st Vice President Board Leader: Joe Hazen, 2nd Vice President Main: 216-651-5428Fax: 216-651-6439Hotline: 216-651-5428Helpline: 888-429-8761Public Contact: Karla Rothan, Executive Director Executive Director: Karla Rothan, Executive Director Senior Leader: Michele Fregonas, Office Manager Board Leader: Bruce Shalter, President - Board of Trustees Board Leader: Terrence Wheeler, Board Vice President Main: 614-299-7764Fax: 614-299-4408Hotline: 614-299-7764Public Contact: Toby Jenkins, Executive Director Executive Director: Toby Jenkins, Executive Director Board Leader: Kris Wilmes, President, Board of Directors Main: 918-743-4297Fax: 918-295-6885Hotline: 918-743-4297Helpline: 918-743-4297• This group supports LGBT families with children of all ages.

Age specific activities take place for about 1 hour and 15 minutes. During the summer months we have a monthly fun event for the entire family. We give families an opportunity to socialize and build a network of support from similar families.• Philadelphia Family Pride PO Box 25223Philadelphia, PA 19119215-844-3360• Alliance For Full Acceptance (AFFA).

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.

MISSION: To engage, connect, and empower people to make the world a better place for children of lesbian, gay, bisexual and/or transgender parents and families.

Contact Information: Main: 845-331-5300General email: There are so many questions, methods and laws that our community should be aware of.

We hold meetings once to twice a month at various locations in the Bronx.