Email: Public Contact: Eliscia Cirrone Executive Director: David Kilmnick, Executive Director Board Leader: Andy Stern, Board President Main: 631-665-2300Fax: 631-665-7874Switchboard: 631-665-2300Hotline: 631-665-2300Helpline: 631-665-2300Public Contact: Tandra La Grone, Executive Director Board Leader: Tandra La Grone, Executive Director Board Leader: Guy Mallory, Interim President/Treasurer Main: 518-432-4188Fax: 518-432-4123Hotline: 518-432-4341Public Contact: Dirk Mc Call, Executive Director Executive Director: Dirk Mc Call, Executive Director Senior Leader: Demetrius Mc Cord, Dep. AFFA's Parenting Group is a forum for GLBT families to gather and provide support, resources, services and activities for GLBT parents and their children, as well as GLBT couples considering parenting.

Email Public Contact: Tamera Tedder, President, SC Pride Movement Board Leader: Ryan Wilson, President, Harriet Hancock Center Foundation Board Leader: Harriett Hancock, VP of Harriett Hancock Center Foundation Main: 803-771-7713We are a group of LGBT parents with infant to school-aged children.

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This is for prospective parents, people in the process of trying to get pregnant and/or adopt, and for parents with children who are looking to expand their families.

For more information, please email This free Yahoo group addresses the unique social and emotional needs that GLBT people have who are actively parenting children.

We provide a fun, safe environment for kids where they can be themselves with other children and youth of like families.

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We ask that families RSVP to Jennifer Pedley at 734-794-2894 or About Our Program: The PARC program at Judson Center recognizes the unique challenges facing families who have adopted children from the foster care system in Michigan.

It is their desire to work together with local community resources to provide assistance to families who are facing challenges after their adoptions have been finalized.

Our goal is to build strong children by enhancing their self-esteem, sparking ambition for achievement, encouraging excellence, promoting life-long learning and by broadening their knowledge of the world around them. Email: , We are gay parents, gay couples and also open to Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, teens, adults and their friends parents, family members. Albuquerque's Common Bond New Mexico Foundation's mission is to build and strengthen the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community in New Mexico.

We have social time, outing, events and guest speakers. Common Bond offers U21 to youth under 21, the Emergency Project, this web site, our information phone line (505-891-3647), the Center Without Walls, the monthly newsletter Community Voice, and Drops of Rain to you and anyone within our communities and their allies.

We hold meetings once to twice a month at various locations in the Bronx.

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Founded in 1989, Center Families programs include support groups for LGBT parents and prospective parents; trainings for teachers and school administrators; advocacy and activist efforts; support around alternative insemination and other biological parenthood options; forums on custody issues when LGBT parents separate; financial planning for alternative families; and recreational programs for children 8 and under (Halloween Parties, Holiday Parties, Play Days, etc.).