Radio Pride – The only LGBTQ+ Themed Talk/News Talk Show of it’s kind

Cameo Media proudly announce the creation and launch of Radio Pride
A LGBTQ show to educate, entertain and to make viewers aware of issues concerning the community. We’ll talk to the leaders & activists leading the way
As well as open debate among the community on community concerns and challenges
Radio Pride will air on WCAP 980 AM Lowell (The Merrimack Valley) Saturdays at 3 pm  & WCUW 91.3 FM in Worcester on Mondays at 4 pm
                                 COMING SOON –  WCRN 830 AM  &  WACE 730 AM
Radio Pride is an LGBTQ+ show, to educate, entertain and to make our listeners, viewers and followers to our Blog aware of issues concerning the community.
We’ll talk to the leaders & activists leading the way.
As well as open debate among the community on community concerns and challenges.
If you think you’d make a good guest, have someone who would be a good interview, topic to discuss or an idea for a show, Please let us know.
. Office: 508-556-7367
Twitter: @TalkingPride

Community Resources and Information:

The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-TALK (800-273-8255)

The Trevor Project: 1-866-4-U-TREVOR (866-488-7386)

The GLBT National Help Center Hotline: 1-888-THE-GLNH (888-843-4564)

The GLBT National Youth Talk-line: 1-800-246-PRIDE (800-246-7743)


We’ve compiled a list of LGBTQ+ Agencies, organizations and Programs for your convenience.  If you know of or are associated with another source we should have listed, please reach out to the show’s Producers… thank you, the Radio Pride Staff


AIDS Project Worcester, Inc.

Services include health education, counseling, outreach, HIV counseling and testing, & supportive educational groups. 85 Green Street Worcester, MA 01604. Phone: 508-755-3773



Safe space for LGBTQ youth and straight allies to socialize, learn, and share. Hosted by AIDS Project Worcester. Email:  

Phone: 508-755-3773 

Safe Homes

Support and resources for LGBTQ people ages 14-23 and their allies. Open Sky Community Services, 4 Mann Street, Worcester, MA 01602

Contact: Laura Farnsworth, Program Manager 

Email: Phone: 508-755-0333 

PFLAG Worcester

Parents, Families and Friends of Lesbians And Gays Hosted by Open Sky Community Services. 508-799-3370


Phone: 508-755-0333 

WLEN (Worcester LGBT Elder Network)

Provides information and referral for LGBT elders and their caregivers. Email: Phone: 1-800-243-5111 or 508-756-1545\



Edward M. Kennedy Center Community Health Center– LGBTQ+ Services

Human Rights Campaign Healthcare Equality Index Leader 


Planned Parenthood: LGBT Services

Offers education, resources, service referrals, PrEP medication, gender affirming hormone therapy and other services.

 470 Pleasant St. Worcester , M A 01602 Phone: 508- 854-3301


Gender Wellness Initiative at Children’s Friend, a program of Seven Hills Foundation

20 Cedar St. Worcester , MA 01609

Contact: Oomiya Kawas, Gender Resource Specialist Phone: 508.753.5425 ext. 6491 

Support groups for Caregivers of Transgender and Gender Variant Youth First Tuesday of the month 6:30pm-8:00pm

Workshops & interactive presentations geared toward medical professionals, mental health clinicians, care-givers, educators, and youth.



All Saints Episcopal Church

10 Irving Street, Worcester MA 01609 508-752-3766 


Congregation Beth Israel

15 Jamesbury Drive, Worcester, MA 01609  508-756-6204


First Baptist Church

111 Park Avenue, Worcester, MA 01609 508-756-6143 


First Unitarian Church

90 Main St, Worcester, MA 01608 508-757-2708 


Hadwen Park Congregational Church

6 Clover Street, Worcester, MA 01603 508-752-7489 


New England Synod

20 Upland Street, Worcester, MA 508-791-1530 01607


Unitarian Universalist Church

90 Holden Street, Worcester, MA 01606 508-853-1942 


Trinity Lutheran Church

73 Lancaster Street, Worcester, MA 01609 508-753-2989 


United Congregational Church

6 Institute Road, Worcester, MA 01609 508-752-3785 


Wesley United Methodist Church

114 Main Street, Worcester, MA 01608 508-799-4191 


LakeView Congregational Church 

UCC 115 Coburn Avenue, Worcester, MA 01604 508-756-5857


Temple Emanuel Sinai

661 Salisbury Street, Worcester, MA 01609 508-755-1257


Zion Lutheran Church 

41 Whitmarsh Ave, Worcester, MA, 1606, 508-832-3427 


Worcester Fellowship, INC.



Greendale People’s Church

25 Francis Street, 508-852-7727 




Abby Kelley Foster Charter Public School 

Greg Shannon 508-854-8400


Claremont Academy

Heather Hinckley Parker  508-799-3077


Doherty Memorial High School Annette 




North High School

Lisa Houlihan



South High Community School

Stephanie Korunow 



Worcester Technical High School

Gail Holland-Dufault  508-799-1940


University Park Campus School 

Daniel St. Louis (Principal)



Burncoat High School

Andrew Willis  508-799-3300


Gerald Creamer Center

Kelly Deneault 508-799-3591 508-799-3476 




Becker College

Patricia Alulema, Interactive Media Communications Director

508.373.9529 or


Clark University

Clark University OPEN 


College of the Holy Cross

Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, & Transgender Support Group

Megan Fox-Kelly at 508-793-3899 or mfox@holycross.Edu  

All students are welcome in the Chaplain’s office.


MA College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences Univ. 

Julia Golden, Assistant Dean of Diversity & Inclusion

617-732-2058 or 


Quinsigamond Community College

Gaelan Benway, 508-854-4339 or Erin Connor, 508-854-2719 or Email:, or 


Worcester Polytechnic Institute 

Quon Tay

508-831-4885 or 


Worcester State University

Office of Diversity

508-929-8784 EX  . 8117 or 


Assumption University: AU Allies

Deacon Paul Covino, Director of Campus Ministry 508-767-7057 or 


UMass Medical School

QMass Student Group 

LGBT A Committee, Co-Chair Shawn Morrissey,

Jessica Pagano- Therrien,





Worcester Police Department LGBTQ Police Community Liaison 

Officer Sharon McQueen, 508-688-0229


GLAD (Gay & Lesbian Advocates & Defenders)



MA Commission Against Discrimination (MCAD) 

Denholm Building, 484 Main St, Room 320, Worcester, MA 01608 508-453-9630 mcad@mass. gov


Community Legal Aid, Inc. (CLA) 405 Main Street, 4th Floor, Worcester, MA 01608

855-252-5342 Free legal aid provider


LGBT Asylum Support Task Force

Supports LGBT Political Asylum seekers Hadwen Park Church 6 Clover Street Worcester, MA info@lgbtasylum. org 508-853-8853




LGBTQ National Youth 



The Trevor Project 


Crisis intervention and suicide prevention for LGBTQ young people ages 13-24


GLBTQ Domestic Violence Project

955 Massachusetts Ave., PMB 131, Cambridge, MA 02139, 1-800-832-1901


Gay & Lesbian National Hotline

1-888-THE-GLNH (1-888-843-4564)


Fenway Community Health Hotlines

LGBTQ Listening of Any Age 1-888-340-4528 

LGBTQ Peer Listening 1-800-399-7337


Two Booklets Are Now Available In Spanish

Learning more about the issues is just a click away. You can view and download free PDF versions of PFLAG’s signature publications resources below.

(Please note: Adobe Acrobat Reader is required.) Download it for free here
To purchase publications and PFLAG merchandise, visit the PFLAG Bookstore.


Guide to being a trans ally. This guide will help you learn more about  what transgender means, develop competency around talking about the issue, become better informed about the challenges that many trans people face, and know specific ways that you can be a strong trans ally.


Be Yourself: Questions and Answers for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, and Questioning Youth. A fresh new update to one of PFLAG’s most popular publications! Revised in 2014, this publication offers a supportive and understanding approach to today’s most common questions and concerns from youth regarding sexual orientation, gender identity, and gender expression. With youth coming out–and disclosing–at younger and younger ages, BE YOURSELF has never been more important. The publication also includes an up-to-date list of resources, including hotline numbers, other organizations, and more.


Faith in Our Families: Parents, Families and Friends Talk About Religion and Homosexuality. Discovering that a loved one is gay, lesbian, bisexual or transgender can pose new questions about your faith and may prompt you to re-evaluate beliefs that you previously took for granted. By using personal experiences, this publication provides examples for reconciling your faith with the knowledge that a loved one is gay. This publication includes an updated list of gay and lesbian religious and spiritual groups to watch out for.


Straight for Equality in Healthcare. Are you a healthcare professional who wants to find ways to be more inclusive in your practice? Are you a PFLAG member who wants to help educate healthcare providers in your community?


Our Children: Questions and Answers for Parents of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Youth and Adults. One of our most popular publications, this is a “must read” for parents who are forming new and honest relationships with a loved one who has come out to them. This booklet answers several commonly-asked questions about having a gay child. It includes a list of related resources.


Our Trans Loved OnesQuestions and Answers for Parents, Families, and Friends of People Who Are Transgender and Gender Expansive.  Our Trans Loved Ones is a brand-new, 2015 updated resource. Written by PFLAG staff members, and created with the help of content experts, reviewers, and PFLAGers with experience to share, it is full of information, first-person stories, and exper

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