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Welcome to Parents, Families, Friends and members of the Lesbian, Gay, Bi-Sexual, Trans, Queer+ Community: Skagit County Chapter

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PFLAG provides opportunities for dialogue about sexual orientation and gender identity.

​We work to create a society that is healthy and respectful of all human diversity.

Our Mission: To generate support for ourselves and our families. Working together to create a safe, welcoming world.

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Here at PFLAG Skagit, we support our LGBTQ+ community.

This includes families and friends of those within our community. Allies are also very important to us and our efforts. If you are looking for a way to make a difference, you have come to the right place.

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When you reach out, it allows us to do what we do best.

Become a membercome out to usdonate to our programs, come to our monthly support group, attend one of our educational presentations given by our Speakers Bureausign up for our quarterly newsletter, check out our resources, use our list of recommended books to buy for a loved one, donate a book to your local library, tell someone about us.

We are available to talk with someone who is LGBTQ+, with a family member who is in need of support, with community groups who want to do better in their relationships with our community.

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If you are feeling suicidal, first go to our Crisis Line page. There is a message there just for you.

There are people at these numbers who can help you. Call them. They can help.

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PFLAG Skagit serves the area of the Samish Indian nation, Sauk-Suiattle , Swinomish and Upper Skagit tribes. We would like to acknowledge that we are on the unceded ancestral lands of these indigenous people, a people that are still here continuing to honor and bring to light their ancient heritage. We see you, respect your right to sovereignty and self-determination, and are committed to being better listeners, learners, and to lifting indigenous voices.

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Monthly Meetings
The PFLAG Skagit support group is for individuals and families in the LGBTQ+ community, their friends and allies and those wanting to honor diversity and grow their understanding in a respectful, helpful setting.  Support groups meet the second Sunday of the month from 5-7 via Zoom. To join, let us know at, and we will add you to the invite list to get the Zoom link.

Our board meets the second Monday of each month from 6:30-8:30 in person and on Zoom (hybrid meeting).  If you would like to attend, let us know at for an invitation.

Meetings are open to the public, but for security reasons we ask that you let us know in advance that you would like to attend.

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Using someone’s correct personal pronouns is a way to respect them and create an inclusive environment, just as using a person’s name can be a way to respect them.

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