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PFLAG Tuscaloosa

About Us

Learn More About PFLAG Tuscaloosa

PFLAG Tuscaloosa came together in September 2018; born out of a need for parents and families of LGBTQ+ identified loved ones in West Alabama to have access to support, information, and resources. Currently, we primarily function as a monthly peer to peer support group, not only for families but also for LGBTQ+ identified persons, where we offer a brave space to gather, share stories, and find help in navigating what is oftentimes difficult and unfamiliar terrain.

Learn More About PFLAG Membership:
PFLAG envisions a world where every person is safe, celebrated, empowered, and loved. PFLAG leads with love.

 A membership in PFLAG extends a helping hand to families and friends who have LGBTQ+ loved ones, provides educational materials for families and the public, and offers a voice that stands for equality and justice for all human beings.

You can join PFLAG at any time of the year however our membership year runs October 1st - September 30th

PFLAG Tuscaloosa Membership - Cost for the 2023-2024 year:
$15 (students), $30 (individual), $45 (family)

Click on the Membership tab in the top right corner to join.
Contact us at [email protected] with questions.

Druid City Pride 2019, Proud to be a PFLAG Parent sign
What We Do

Provide Support – PFLAG Tuscaloosa facilitates a monthly in-person, peer to peer support group. We also provide periodic programs for special topics and events.

Offer Education – Each month, as part of our support groups, we provide a different discussion topic relevant to what’s happening in our local community, state, and country or the time of year (back-to-school, coming out, etc.).

Advocate – PFLAG strives to partner with other local and National organizations to educate key decision-makers about the issues that affect our loved ones and families, and to teach others how to use their voices to amplify our efforts toward a more equitable, and just world for the LGBTQ+ community.