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PFLAG Louisville

Local Resources

We need, in every community, a group of angelic troublemakers.

Bayard Rustin

  • Fairness Campaign

    The Fairness Campaign is a broad-based community effort dedicated to equal rights. Its primary goal is comprehensive civil rights legislation prohibiting discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation and gender identity and expression. The Fairness Campaign accomplishes its goals through public education and advocacy, political activity, community building and reciprocal alliances with others in the social justice community.

    (502) 893-0788
    2263 Frankfort Avenue
    Louisville, KY 40206

  • Louisville Youth Group

    LYG empowers QTBIPoC/LGBTQIA+ youth to grow into healthy and resilient leaders through community connection, life skills education, and social advocacy.

    (502) 430-2016
    417 East Broadway
    Louisville, KY 40202

  • Sweet Evening Breeze

    Sweet Evening Breeze was founded to address the over-representation of LGBTQ+ young adults experiencing homelessness in Louisville which mirrors national data and the lack of affirming services to address the additional risk they face while on the streets compared to their heterosexual and cisgender counterparts.

    (502) 690-4003
    801 Barret Ave STE 211
    Louisville, Ky 40204

  • Queer Kentucky

    Queer Kentucky is a diverse LGBTQ+ run non-profit based in Kentucky working to bolster and enhance Queer culture, health and wellness through storytelling, education and action. Through our storytelling approach, we increase visibility, information, and access, while also celebrating the lives of LGBTQ+ people in the great Bluegrass State.

    Visibility is life-saving.


  • University of Louisville LGBT Center

    The University of Louisville LGBT Center is committed to dismantling cisheteropatriarchy and other systems of oppression. We strive to affirm LGBTQ+ students, staff and faculty through an anti-racist lens, rooted in social justice and intersectionality.

    (502) 852-5861
    500 S. Preston St.
    A Building, Room 209C/D
    Louisville, Kentucky 40292

  • TransKentucky

    TransKentucky is a support, social, and resource group serving Lexington and the state of Kentucky as a whole. It is the mission of this group to provide a safe place for transgender individuals and people who feel they do not fit into the standard gender norms to express their true selves. Within the group, such individuals can socialize with others without fear of judgment and/or ridicule. While the group is not therapeutic in nature, there are many resources and individuals that can provide help with advice and insights from their own unique experiences. Family and friends are invited and encouraged to attend meetings to gain understanding and be supportive of their loved ones. We also welcome supportive community members who have an interest in issues arising due to gender presentation, identity, and variance. The group meets on the first Saturday of each month at 7:30 pm in Lexington, KY. You may dress however you feel comfortable.

    (859) 448-LGBT

  • Louisville Pride Center
  • Louisville Pride Foundation

    The Louisville Pride Foundation is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization that celebrates the LGBTQ+ community and advances equity and representation for all people. Our vision is that Louisville is a safe and affirming community where every person is empowered to thrive as their true, whole self.

    We produce the Louisville Pride Festival, a free community celebration held in September on Bardstown Road.

    We manage the Louisville Pride Center, an LGBTQ+ community center in Old Louisville.

    (502) 498-4298

  • Kentuckiana Pride

    The KPF mission is promoting social, economic, and health equity of Kentuckiana’s sexual and gender minorities, we advocate pride, celebrate achievements, and educate leaders.

    (502) 649-4851

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