PFLAG meets the third Thursday of every month.
Educational topics and resources are introduced. Our main goal is to provide learning opportunities for all, ourselves included, and to create a sense of community for those that may find themselves feeling unwelcome.
PFLAG meets at the Charleston Public library at 712 6th Street, Charleston, IL.
You will find parking on 5th St. Look for Rotary Room on the right when you enter; that's where we'll be unless otherwise stated.
Day: Third Thursday of the month
Time: 6:00 PM-7:30 PM
Place: The Charleston Public Library,
712 6th Street, Charleton, IL
Contact us: email firstname.lastname@example.org or Facebook message
You are invited
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What to Expect
PFLAG meetings are casual support group meetings that often include a presentation related to issues faced by parents, friends and family members of LGBTQ individuals. We also take time to share concerns, explore questions, and work together to become the best allies we can be. We encourage a climate of respect as personal experiences and feelings are shared, even when they differ from our own. We strive to build trust by holding each other's stories in confidence. We know that group sharing can be healing, but recognize our limitations as a support group and encourage those who need further assistance to seek out a professional counselor.
Everyone is welcome at a PFLAG meeting.