Whether your child just came out, you have questions about your child’s gender identity, you just need someone to talk to about your lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer or questioning (LGBTQ) loved one, or seeking some other form of support these programs can help.

Our parent, family, and caregiver support programs have helped hundreds of parents with their questions and concerns. Family support has been linked to helping with your child’s physical and mental health. See what programs works best for you.




This is a safe and confidential helpline with trained volunteers ready to listen, offer support, and provide resources. When you call this number you will leave a voicemail and receive a call back shortly from someone who is ready to help. Click to read more…


Support Groups

Support groups are safe and welcoming spaces where you can meet with other parents and caregivers who are also supporting LGBTQ children. These groups meet once or twice a month, are run by trained volunteers (most of whom are parents themselves), and filled with people who can offer support, answer questions, and link you to resources. Click to read more…


1 to 1 Program

Want to meet a parent or caregiver that has experience supporting a child with a similar identity? Want someone to explain what worked for them as a caregiver, how they worked with their school, hospital, insurance, or extended family to support their child? Call the helpline and we’ll match you with someone who is a good match for you. Click to read more…