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Pride and Joy Families’ Favorite Sources: What DOMA’s repeal means for LGBTQ families


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Archived Webinars in LGBTQ Family Topics:

Gender in LGBTQ Families


Talking to Children in LGBTQ Families about Their Origins


Tips for LGBTQ People Seeking to Become Foster/Adoptive Parents in NY State


A Community Conversation: Marriage Equality Act Aired live on WSKG public radio on Tuesday, August 23, 2011




Arlene (Ari) Istar Lev, LCSW, CASAC writes about parenting as an LGBTQ person.  

www.choicesconsulting.com
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Directory of Family Building Services for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) People

Visit:
www.lgbtservicesdirectory.org

Published continuously since 2001, the Directory includes providers in 14 categories and is available as an online searchable database. The Directory is designed to assist LGBT people in upstate New York find health and human service providers that will help them build and strengthen their families.

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Working with Transgender Individuals and their Families A Provider Training Day, Binghamton, NY Friday, April 25, 2014.

Early registration fees extended until 4/18!

Transgender
alpaca


teen gathering

museum

Announcing our new location…

Lesbian and Gay Family Building Project
Binghamton University LN1105
PO Box 6000, Binghamton, NY, 13902-6000
607.777.3717
info@prideandjoyfamilies.org
www.PrideAndJoyFamilies.org

Claudia E. Stallman, Project Director
cstallman@prideandjoyfamilies.org

Karen Moroski, Program Coordinator
karen@ prideandjoyfamilies.org

Nilufer Akalin, Health Educator
nakalin1@binghamton.edu

Mayumi Park, Secretary
epark16@binghamton.edu


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www.lgbthealthinitiative.com

LGBT families are created in many unique ways. Our identified families share history, traditions and values, and common medical back grounds. This website was created to help LGBT families to understand how health, family history, health beliefs, healthy living and genetic background are an important part of future health.