One of our newest chapters is PFLAG Munster (IN). Started by Purdue University Calumet psychology student Natalie Lukich, PFLAG Munster is having its inaugural meeting tomorrow, May 28.
Says Lukich, "When my older brother came out 24 years ago, my parents didn't have any support at all and didn't know what to think," she said. "It would have been nice for them to have some sort of support." Lukich began the process of forming the support group four months ago and hopes it will provide encouragement and resources and support to many.
"The basic premise of the organization is to be there for support. Meetings will be membership driven to include guest speakers on topics of interest, videos on specific topics and one hour will be devoted to talking and discussing - but it will not be a counseling service. Meetings are open to all, everyone is welcome."
To learn more about PFLAG Munster, click here.