PFLAG Alamance is located in Alamance County, North Carolina.
Join us for our monthly support meetings at 7:00 pm on the second Tuesday of every month. Meetings are held in the Library of the Elon Community Church at 271 N Williamson Avenue in the town of Elon across the street from the University. Click on underlined words to see a map and get driving directions from your location.
In May, 2014, PflagAlamance announced a new service:
Since sexual orientation and gender identity issues are often difficult for parents and their children. members of PFLAG Alamance will meet individually with parents or with LGBT individuals. We’ve been there, and are dedicated to offering support and understanding in both individual and group settings. If you feel you or your loved one could use a little help, call us at 336-584-8722 and leave a message. We will arrange a meeting.
New blog postings: Most recent are blogs entitled “Editorial on Transgender Equality” and “Threat to Religious Liberty?” which is an essay by Frank Bruni in the New York Times. See “current news” and “personal views” at right, under heading “BLOG”>
If you want to comment, please go to the PflagAlamance page on Facebook. Please tell us you “like” us and give us your own views. Then “Share” so that we can reach more and more parents, family members and friends of LGBT persons in Alamance County. Go to http://www.facebook.com/home.php#!/pages/PflagAlamance/131581420245402.
In addition, we send a monthly e-newsletter, summarizing relevant local news for the LGBT community and supporters. Contact us at info@pflagAlamance.,org if you would like to receive it. We send it as a blind carbon copy, meaning your email address does not appear for anyone else to see. We respect your privacy.