Support Groups

Youth Peer Support Group  
Ages 13-18
Every Monday 5:00pm to 7:00pm   
Room 6
A peer-led LGBTQ support & discussion group. Topics covered often include coming out, relationships, bullying, peer pressure, depression and self-esteem; express your thoughts and feelings without fear in a safe and supportive environment (For youth ages 13 – 18).

18+ Young Adults                                                     
First Wednesday Every Month
Room 6  
A safe and social support group for LGBTQ+ young adults ages 18+. This group meets monthly. Check the calendar for dates. Young adult allies are absolutely welcome to attend! Kick back, socialize, peer support, activities.

Friends, Family and Ally Support:                                             
Second Tuesday Every Month
Room 6
Uniting people who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ) with families, friends, and allies, this group is committed to advancing equality through its mission of support, education, and advocacy.

Trans* Support Group                                        
Third Thursday Every Month
Room 6
This is a support group for people who do not fit a traditional cisgender identity. The Trans* Support Group is open to all gender minorities: transgender, trans-masculine or trans-feminine, gender queer, gender non-conforming, questioning, etc.

Older Wiser Lesbians (OWLS) This group is for women who enjoy engaging in social, educational, recreational and service activities. We offer our members community building opportunities through exceptional events, lively discussions, monthly dinners, hikes, game nights, theater trips, as well as holiday celebrations and so much more!  If you are looking for a community of welcoming supportive women then this is the organization for you.

Positive Connections: Led by Bobby Wilson from the Florida Department of Health Bay County, is an ongoing support group for men and women living with HIV. The focus is on issues related to living with HIV/AIDS: stigma, coping & stress, depression, family and friends, and more. The support members can range from people newly diagnosed to those who have lived POZ for years.


(850) 252-5145