Keeping
LGBTQ+ Folks,
Families, and Friends
Strong

Since 1982

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UPCOMING EVENTS

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COMMUNITY SUPPORT RESOURCES

If you need 1-on-1 support

If you can’t attend one of our online meetings, ask to chat with one of our chapter volunteers (24-48 hour response time):

email: info@pflagpdx.org

Helpline: 503-232-7676

If you feel hopeless, alone or have thoughts of suicide

Contact:

Portland Community Mental Health Services: (503) 988-4888 or 911

TrevorLifeline (24 hrs a day, every day): 866-488-7386; text 678-678; chat TheTrevorProject.org/Help

Or visit pflag.org/hotlines for an up-to-date list of emergency hotline numbers, available nationwide.

If you’re an LGBTQ+ youth looking for social interaction

Connect with other youth on TrevorSpace, The Trevor Project’s safe space social networking site for LGBTQ youth.

Or join Q Chat Space to chat with like-minded peers ages 13 to 19 in live chats designed for you & by you, facilitated by folks who care. Find and give support, have fun, connect around shared interests and get good information. Q Chat is a collaboration of PFLAG, Planned Parenthood and CenterLink.

PFLAG National presents a new series dedicated to uplifting the work and lives — and sharing the stories — of LGBTQ+ BIPOC people
06/07/2021
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While Pride often tackles or addresses representation and general equity and access for the LGBTQ+ community, this year PFLAG National wanted to serve as an ally and signal booster, highlighting key issues and topics that are particularly pressing in 2021…
U of W offers memory loss programs for the LGBTQ community
10/19/2020
Aging with Pride: IDEA (Innovations in Dementia Empowerment and Action) at the University of Washington is offering free programs for individuals with memory loss in the LGBTQ community.   Programs include nine sessions with a trained coach and focus on problem…
New World, New Website, New PFLAGPDX
09/15/2020
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That bright shiny new PFLAG Portland website you’re visiting reflects major changes in our world and in our chapter.
Prepare to Vote with PFLAG Votes 2020
09/15/2020
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2020 may be our most critical election to date and you can count on PFLAG Portland to give you the information, tools, and resources you need to vote, and help others to vote, too.
A Message to PFLAG Portland from Patt Bekken, Board President
08/18/2020
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Dear PFLAG Portland Family, Without a doubt, by now everyone reading this has watched in some way, and maybe has even participated in, the protests that began March 26th in Minneapolis, in Portland on May 28th, then spread across the…
A letter to the PFLAG Family from Brian Bond, Executive Director
08/18/2020
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Dear PFLAG Family: June is usually a time to celebrate, honor, and hold up our LGBTQ+ loved ones with marches, parades, and PFLAG hugs. But this year, the idea of celebrating Pride feels impossible. What feels right is to go…
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