PFLAG works to create a caring, just, and affirming world with LGBTQIA+ people and those who love them. For mutual support, we come together monthly as parents, families, allies and LGBTQIA+ people. The meetings begin with announcements and then we split into small groups to share our stories and offer each other support. At times there may be a brief educational presentation.
Cincinnati Support Meetings
Every Second Tuesday from 7:00-8:30 PM
(Mt Auburn Presbyterian Campus)
103 William Howard Taft Rd
Cincinnati, OH 45219
Northern Kentucky Support Meetings
Every Fourth Tuesday from 6:00pm-7:30 PM
NKU Student Union Building
(Northern Kentucky University)
20 Kenton Dr
Highland Heights, KY 41076
Park in the lot behind the building. The entrance is from the parking lot and cannot be reached from the street level.
Please note: Our Cincinnati meetings are held on a church campus, but we are NOT a church group or a religious organization. MAPC offers a community space that is open and safe to all.
Park in the Kenton Drive Garage and then walk northeast from the garage entrance to the NKU Student Union Building.
Please note: Our Northern Kentucky meetings are held on NKU campus, but we are not a student group. These meetings are open to the public.
Our deep thanks to Dr. LaVette Burnette (NKU's Director of the Office of LGBTQA+ Student Initiatives, Center for Student Inclusiveness). We have partnered with her office to further their mission of providing a welcoming, supportive, and affirming space for their students, parents, family, and allies.
If you have an urgent need, reach out to the United Way hotline and ask for the PFLAG contact number. You can call for private support, learn about our programs and resources.
Local Resources - PFLAG Cincinnati has a lending library and other educational material. Stop by the library at the next in-person support meeting at TreeHouse Cincinnati.
PFLAG National's website has many resources available. (pflag.org)
PFLAG seeks to change attitudes by participating in a variety of activities ranging from visiting, letter writing, telephoning our legislators, to sponsoring public forums where we engage in open and honest discussion.
For more information about advocacy, attend a meeting!