March 3, 2017

Welcome, VICE on HBO viewers, we're so glad you found us. PFLAG has been working with transgender youth and their families for years - in fact, we were the first national organization to specifically include people who are transgender in our mission. 

Whether you have a friend or loved one who is transgender, you yourself are trans, or you are completely new to the concept, we have tools and resources to support you. Here is just a sampling below, and visit pflag.org/trans for more!

Find a local PFLAG chapter. At the heart of all of our work over the last four-plus decades is peer-to-peer support. And with more than 400 chapters across the country offering meetings and both online and phone connection, finding one is just a click away.

OUR TRANS LOVED ONES: Questions and Answers for Parents, Families, and Friends of People Who Are Transgender and Gender ExpansiveThis publication is a brand-new, updated resource. Written by PFLAG staff members, and created with the help of content experts, reviewers, and PFLAGers with experience to share, it is full of information, first-person stories, and expert input geared to those who have a loved one who has come out as trans or gender expansive.​

guide to being a trans ally. This publication, from our Straight for Equality program, will help you learn more about what transgender means, develop competency around talking about the issue, become better informed about the challenges that many trans people face, and know specific ways that you can be a strong trans ally.

Camps for Youth. What do you get when you combine s’mores, archery, arts, wilderness skills, and bug juice with a safe space for transgender and gender-expansive youth? The camps below all fit the bill, offering the activities you’d find at a traditional summer camp with a safe and nurturing environment for LGBTQ kids.

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