Pride Center of VermontYour Pride Center
Pride Center of Vermont (PCVT) is the region’s most comprehensive community center dedicated to advancing community and the health and safety of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer (LGBTQ+) Vermonters.
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Monday – Thursday 10am – 6pm
Friday 10am – 2pm
Drop-In Hours Currently Paused
Please contact us for an appointment if you would like to visit!
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255 South Champlain Street, Suite 12, Burlington, VT 05401
Pride Center of Vermont Announces Hiring of Operations Coordinator
Matt Hagberg Joins Pride Center Team Pride Center of Vermont welcomes a new staff member to its team this week, as Matt Hagberg (he/him) begins onboarding for the role of Operations Coordinator. Hagberg will be tasked with overseeing daily operations and...
What’s Happening Today
Pride Weekend at Sugarbush ResortSugarbush Resort 102 Forest Drive, Warren
First ever Pride Weekend at Sugarbush Resort! Join us for a weekend full of fun! Dancing, music, skiing, celebrating, and more. Click here for more info and a schedule of […]
LET US CONNECT YOU
CONNeCt with an advocate
Advocates can provide one-on-one support which may include safety planning, education, referrals, as well as emotional support.
schedule an lgbtq+ training
Are you looking to improve your organization’s ability to support LGBTQ+ community members?
In-Person & Self Hiv Test
Looking to schedlue an in-person HIV test or order a self HIV Test?
FIND a safe & affirming provider
Find safe, affirming, supportive, and effective healthcare providers across the state through our Vermont Diversity Health Project.
Something for everyone
SafeSpace Anti-Violence Program
SafeSpace is a social change and social service program working to end physical, sexual, and emotional violence in the lives of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer (LGBTQ+), and HIV-affected people. We provide emotional support, advocacy, and referrals in addition to offering educational opportunities for the wider community.
GLAM Vermont’s mission is to enhance the health & wellness of young gay, bi, trans men in Vermont through stigma-free HIV & STD education, HIV testing, outreach events, and community building. GLAM provides opportunities for young men to empower themselves and make an impact in their community through outreach and social events.
Pride Center of Vermont’s Transgender Program facilitates community development for transgender, intersex, and gender non-conforming Vermonters to celebrate diverse gender identities and expressions. We strive to make visible and foster respect for gender variation, by promoting awareness, advocating for and with the transgender, intersex, and gender non conforming community, creating support networks, encouraging opportunities for creative expression and inquiry of gender issues, and cultivating a welcoming community for all.
LGBTQ People with Disabilities Network
You are not alone! We are stronger together!
Come together to talk, connect, find support, get information and have fun together. Currently, we have groups meeting in Burlington and Montpelier. We plan to have more groups around the state so if you would like to see a group in your area, please let us know.
Glow is a social program which centers and celebrates all women and women-aligned members of the LGBTQ+ community. Glow aims to create inclusive social spaces, build community, and provide education & support in accessing breast, cervical, and heart health screenings.
THRIVE is a group for Queer & Trans People of Color to share space and build community with one another! With a wide range of events and activities, we hope to support all QTPOC Vermonters.
What Drives Us
The mission of Pride Center of Vermont is to celebrate, educate, and advocate with and for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ) Vermonters.
There are many ways to be involved with community building. From volunteering your time helping to produce networking and social events to sponsoring programs that bring essential services to the community, being involved means being a part of changing lives and creating history.
For more information about what’s going on at the Center, please check out our Programs and Events pages. If you’re interested in helping us to build and advance the LGBTQ community, then head over to our Get Involved page to find volunteer and internship opportunities. Our Center space is open Monday-Thursday from 10a-6p and Friday from 10a-2p, and we encourage folks to stop by an introduce yourself. We would love to give you a tour and tell you more about what we do, as well as help you to find ways to connect to your community.
Become a Business Sponsor
Reach loyal customers that will go out of their way to shop at businesses that have supported their community. Starting this year, we will be formalizing our Marketing Package, bringing you the opportunity to customize your marketing options to bring the greatest attention to your business possible.
Pride Center TEAM
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