Maybe Babytm Class
Thinking about parenthood? Maybe
Baby is a multi-week class designed for prospective LGBTQ parents,
single or partnered, who are considering parenthood and interested in
learning more about the options for building a family.
Learn more by clicking on Maybe Baby.
Peer Support Groups
prospective parents, Rainbow Families offers monthly facilitated Peer
Support Groups including an
Adoption Support Group, Donor Conception Support Group, and Pregnancy
Support Group. Learn more by clicking on Support & Playgroups.
PlaygroupsRainbow Families coordinates with members to organize regional playgroups. We are always looking for members to volunteer to help organize a playgroup. In an effort to help families connect in between playgroups, we have online playgroup forums. Be sure to "subscribe" to the playgroup forum thread so you can stay on top of the latest in your area!
In order to access the playgroup forums, you must first log in to your account. Learn more by clicking on Support & Playgroups.
FALL FAMILY CAMP WEEKEND
Rainbow Families organizes a very popular camp/retreat weekend in October. Whether at a YMCA camp or a retreat center, the camp weekend is a great deal of fun for those who participate. There are constant activities for the kids, sports, arts, climbing walls and zip lines, etc. A talent show allows the kids to share their talents with the whole group. Parents usually have at least one adult focused presentation, but there is plenty of opportunity to talk with friends and meet people who are unfamiliar. Everyone has a wonderful time at these weekend events. Please see our "Calendar of Events" to find out when the next Fall Camp Weekend will take place.
Family Conference & Gathering
Families' Family Conference is the largest gathering of the
lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ)-headed family
community in the region. Our Conference is a full day of educational and
social events. We feature activities and sessions that allow LGBTQ+
families (and people considering family planning) to not only learn more about the topics that matter to them,
but also to build on their own community of support.