Here are some of the most frequently asked questions and our best attempt to answer them. If you have more specific questions, Contact Us.
Q1: How can I get involved?
You can get involved by attending our monthly meetings; joining PFLAG; writing letters to your representatives; and, educating yourself. Contact Us for more volunteer opportunities.
Q2: Are gays and lesbians welcome at meetings?
PFLAG meetings are open to everyone. Gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgendered and questioning people are especially welcome.
Q3: How do I reach PFLAG chapters in other cities?
PFLAG has over 500 chapter/affiliates worldwide. A complete list of contacts is available by attending our meetings, calling our helpline (707-681-1477), or via PFLAG National.
Q4: Are there support groups for children of gays and lesbians?
COLAGE (Children of Lesbians and Gays Everywhere) is a group run by and for children of all ages.
Gay Dad Project is community for everyone to talk when a parent comes out.
Q5: Where do you meet?
In Napa, we meet at the St. Helena Library in the Community Room on the third Thursday of each month from 6:30 to 8:30 pm.
Q6: Where can I find literature?
PFLAG publishes a wide variety of literature that are available on the internet, many are available at our monthly meetings, or you can call PFLAG Napa at (707) 681-1477.
Q7: Can I get PFLAG parents to speak to my group?
Our chapter has a speaker’s bureau and can usually fill requests. Call us at (707) 681-1477 or email us 1-2 months in advance.