Welcome, Dear Abby Readers, to PFLAG National!
If you are visiting this page because of one of the many letters sent to Dear Abby that referred to PFLAG as a helpful resource, we are so glad you took her advice!
In a column that ran on Saturday, October 19, 2013, Dear Abby responded to a reader who asked about when, whether, and how to disclose being transgender to a parent. Dear Abby responded with sound counsel, including recommending a visit to the PFLAG National website for readers who wanted more information and additional support.
PFLAG National has compiled a number of resources to help. We invite you to click through the links below, to contact PFLAG National directly regarding any individual situation or person’s needs, or to visit www.pflag.org/findachapter to find the chapter local to you.
Whether you contact our National office or a local chapter, it is crucial to know that PFLAG is a resource available for support without judgment. Local PFLAG meetings are confidential and focused on the welfare of attendees as the exclusive priority.
Read through the important references below and again, do not hesitate to contact us with specific questions or concerns.
- Find a PFLAG Chapter
There are more than 350 PFLAG chapters across the U.S. Find one near you right now.
Partner Organizations Resources