DC Metro Area Transgender Support Groups


Maryland Trans*Unity * *
Everyone is welcome to participate in our programs. This includes people who identify as transgender, transsexual, genderqueer, crossdressers, non-transitioners, detransitioners, retransitioners, agender, bigender, pangender, or any other identity under the trans* umbrella.

We are currently meeting on Zoom.
1st & 3rd Sundays, 2-4 pm
2nd Thursday, 7-9 pm

To join us, please email for the Zoom link.

PFLAG Bethesda/Cedar Lane Trans* Families

PFLAG DC – Cedar Lane Trans Families
Debbie Strauss: 
Cedar Lane Unitarian Universalist Church – 9601 Cedar Lane, Bethesda, MD
3rd Sunday, 2-4 pm

Howard County PFLAG Trans support group

Suzi Gerb,
Trans support group for adults.
Owen Brown Interfaith Center – 7246 Cradlerock Way – Columbia, MD 21045
1st & 3rd Wednesday 7:30-9pm

Frederick Trans and Gender Nonbinary Community Group
For meeting address, email:
This monthly TFC group is open to all Trans and Gender Non-Binary adults (ages 18+ only). We provide a safe space to discuss issues of interest – including identity, coming out, transition – to support one another in gender exploration, and to build connections with one another. Meetings topics and activities will largely be determined by group interest. We will commit to Respect, Direct Communication, Gentleness, Exploration, and Confidentiality. Free, just show up. Accompanied significant others also welcome.
3rd Thursday 7-9PM

Frederick TransFamily
Kate MacShane, M.Ed., MSW:
A free, biweekly support group for parents and guardians of transgender, non-binary, and other gender-diverse young people. Professionally facilitated by Kate MacShane, M.Ed., MSW. A nonjudgmental space for learning how to strengthen family relationships, navigate gender transition, and support your gender-diverse loved one. No registration required. Join anytime. Group is for caregivers only, no children.
Frederick YMCA Activity Room, 1000 N. Market St., Frederick.
1st & 3rd Saturday from 9:00-10:30 am.

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