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    A support group for LGBTQIA+ adults that are differently abled, disabled and/or experiencing mental health issues.

    Are you needing support with your mental health?

    Are you out and proud, unsure or questioning your sexual orientation or gender identity? Are you a wanting meet new like minded people but find social situations challenging? This group is for you!

    Our Pride Social Support Group is a social peer support group for LGBTIQA+ people who have a lived experience of mental health and/or living with a disability or differently abled. This group is a fun, safe, accepting space to share, improve social and communication skills, learn about improving your mental health and wellbeing and make new connections with people and services within our community.

    Many people experience social anxiety and find social situations very challenging. We understand this and wish to support you anyway we can you to attend the group. I

    f you’re finding it difficult to attend for any reason please make contact via the email below or by contacting us via our Albany Pride Facebook page and we’re happy to discuss how we can support you to attend the group.

    The Pride Social Support Group will be held every 2nd Wednesday of the month, 5pm – 7pm at Richmond Welbeing, 23 Stead Road, Centennial Park.

    Richmond Wellbeing is local accepting mental health organisation in Albany and is providing the use of their building for our group. We look forward to meeting you!

    For more information about our Pride Social Support Group you can contact the group’s coordinator, Karina email:

    About Karina

    Karina has volunteered for Albany Pride for the past few years and is a very proud ally of our LGBTIQA+ community. Karina has ten years experience and a strong passion for supporting people with a lived experience of mental health and people living with a disability.