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LGBTQ-related resources throughout Western New York
Support group for parents, family, and friends of lesbians, gay men, bisexuals, and transgendered people, with monthly meetings, a telephone support line, and community advocacy. This link will take you to the PFLAG Buffalo/Niagara page.
GLYS offers a variety of opportunities & services for gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender & questioning youth and their friends, ages 14-21. GLYS has monthly meeting for transitioning youth and parents. There is a meeting for youth and a separate support group for parents. Patty Jones is the coordinator of this important resource.www.glyswny.org
Serving Buffalo, NY, has the best-trained staff of counseling for gender transitioning & more. Dr. Thomas Mazur is an expert in this field. This resource is a treasure and not many communities are as fortunate as we are to have such a resource right in the area.
Local, non-profit organization comprised of gay and straight members of the Western New York community. Scholarships are available. Please check out the website and consider attending the annual Buffalo Brunch this May!
Evergreen Health Center
Evergreen Health fosters healthy communities by providing medical, supportive, and behavioral services to individuals and families in Western New York – especially those who are living with chronic illness or who are underserved by the healthcare system.
A listing of upcoming Pride Center programs, community resources, health care referrals, local events, social groups, and LGBT news. The Pride Center organizes the Pride Parade every June on the first Sunday.
Spectrum is an award-winning organization and provides education and support for not only trans people, but their families and friends. Speakers are available to present and inform your group, large or small.
WNY Anti-Violence Project
WNYAVP hosts a trans adult group that meets monthly. Details at www,wnyavp.org This group meets at Brent House behind St. Andrew's Episcopal Church on Main Street in Buffalo. Enter off side street.