Resources For Families



Harbor is an online support program for Christian parents of LGBT kids. It's designed to surround parents with the knowledge, resources, and support they need to draw them closer to their children.


Compelled by our broken hearts, seeing families pulled apart, we are dedicated to help reconcile LGBTQ individuals and their families while helping them move closer to Jesus where healing and personal growth occurs.


We provide stellar live, printed and filmed content - for parents, LGBTQ, and those in the church. From intimate retreat gatherings, conferences, parent support groups, one-day workshops and speaking events; to articles, books and study guides; to video messages and conference-length courses for individuals and groups: each conveys a message of lavish love and inclusion.


The mission of Canyonwalker Connections, founded in 2011 by Executive Director Kathy Baldock, is to repair the division existing between social and Christian conservatives and the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) community through education, training, encouragement, and dialogue in both secular and religious environments.


Parent Connect is a Care Ministry of  North Point Church in Alpharetta GA. The goal of Parent Connect is to provide a safe environment for parents of LGBT children to experience community and personal growth. In Parent Connect, you will  1) Experience a safe environment in which to connect with other parents of LGBT children. 2) Explore God’s purposes for you as the parent of an LGBT individual. 3) Learn how to love your LGBT son or daughter well while not sacrificing your faith. Parent Connect groups meet monthly in homes and are led by group facilitators.


Love Well is faith-based support for parents and loved ones of LGBTQ individuals based in Orland Park IL , where they can bring their pain and confusion and can process their common experiences together. In this safe and  confidential environment, parents begin to recognize that they are not alone, and that God is enough for them...even for this journey. As we look to the example of Jesus, He empowers us to refocus our hearts, and grow in loving our children well, even if we may disagree with their choices.


Lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) Catholics and their allies are present in all parts of our Church and should be valued and celebrated as members of the colorful family of God. With our partners in the Equally Blessed Coalition, we seek to educate and inspire Catholics to take action which promotes the dignity of LGBT people, their families and friends. We support efforts to create welcoming and healing spaces, amplify the pro-LGBT Catholic voice, advocate for LGBT church workers, parishioners and allies and much more.



Founded in 1973 after the simple act of a mother publicly supporting her gay son, PFLAG is the nation's largest family and ally organization. Uniting people who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ) with families, friends, and allies, PFLAG is committed to advancing equality through its mission of support, education, and advocacy.


Strong Family Alliance is an organization with a simple mission – to save lives and preserve families by supporting parents of children coming out. It gives parents accurate information, insights on this challenging time for them and their child, ways to keep their child safe and healthy, and encouragement to lead with love and solve problems later.


Free Mom Hugs is a group of affirming parents and allies. We believe members of the LGBTQ+ community are equal and should be treated as such in all forums.


Serendipitydodah for Moms is a private Facebook group exclusively for moms of LGBTQ kids. The group was started in June 2014 and as of December 2018 there are more than 4,000 members. Each day moms of LGBTQ kids gather to share a journey that is unique and often very difficult. The group is a place where members share a lot of information, ask questions, support one another, learn a lot and brag on their kids. The official motto is “Better Together” and the members call themselves “Mama Bears” The group is set up so that only members can see who is in the group and what is posted in the group


Provides education and support for families with transgender and gender diverse children and youth, and an annual conference for children, youth and families. Comprehensive training for schools and organizations working with children and teens. Training includes education on gender identity and gender expression for teachers, administrators, parents, and students. Guidance to help organizations develop inclusive policy.