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Trans Identity Development Group 18+

1st Saturday of the month at 11AM @ Centre LGBT+

 A support group for trans and gender nonconforming individuals who are navigating their gender identity and gender expression. Our trans identifying group facilitators are here to offer support and guidance from their lived experiences as participants navigate gender expression and transitioning in a way that resonates with who they are.

For more information contact the group facilitators Cecil@centrelgbtqa.org or Marcy@centrelgbtqa.org

LGBT+ Sexual Identity Support Group 18+ 

PLEASE NOTE: This group is on hold as we attempt to fill the facilitators position. This is a volunteer position. Please contact Cat at info@centrelgbtqa.org if you would like to be put on the waiting list or have facilitating experience and would like to apply to fill this. (looking for two facilitators)

 

LGBT+ Gender Identity Support Group 18+

6:00-7:30, second and fourth Thursdays of every month (second of the month is virtual and 4th Thursday is in person). Contact beth@centrelgbtqa.org  or Elle at elle@centrelgbtqa.org for the link to join and/or more information or questions.

 

Loved Ones Support Group

Meetings: 7:00-8:00 pm every third Tuesday of the month
Location: Virtual for more information or the link to join lovedones@centrelgbtqa.org

This is a support group for everyone that loves LGBT+ folks (parent, spouse, sibling, grandparent, friend) that would like to build community and support with people that can understand. This is a peer-led support group and we are here to provide and receive support from one another. No one is here in a professional capacity.

Here is a reminder of our group guidelines:

  1. Participants must have at least their first name and video turned on. This helps all participants feel safe sharing sensitive information with the group. Previously, this group was conducted in-person and this will also help to best approximate that experience.

  2. Each group is targeted toward specific individuals  as the name of the support group describes. We do not allow observers. Centre LGBT+ believes that this helps all participants feel free to ask questions or express concerns they might not otherwise feel safe doing.

  3. As always, confidentiality is of utmost importance to this group. The information that is shared in group stays in the group, and group members should not share information or names of participants outside of group meetings.

Support Groups

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