Update on HIV & Hep C Testing

Update on HIV & Hep C Testing

In following guidance from the Vermont Department of Health, Pride Center of Vermont will no longer be able to offer in-person HIV & Hep C testing until further notice. This was not an easy decision to make, but we are committed to the health and safety of our...
Pride Center of Vermont’s COVID-19 Update

Pride Center of Vermont’s COVID-19 Update

In light of local and government responses to the COVID-19 / Coronavirus, Pride Center of Vermont has developed the following policies around our programming, services, and operations:  PCVT has increased our regularly scheduled cleaning, in addition to disinfecting...
FAQ: Pride in September…Why?!

FAQ: Pride in September…Why?!

Vermont’s September Pride is just another fun and quirky thing that makes our great state unique and special. We made the move from June to September about 8 years ago for many reasons. The lack of our college population in June, the competition from neighboring metro...
22nd Annual LGBTQ+ Community Celebration Announced

22nd Annual LGBTQ+ Community Celebration Announced

SAVE THE DATE! Join Pride Center of Vermont for a joyous celebration of our community in a new location – Main Street Landing! The evening will include inspired food stations with tantalizing culinary delights by Vermont’s best chefs, an amazing live and silent...
Call for Queer Artists

Call for Queer Artists

PURPOSE: to create space for all walks of local trans and queer artists. The gallery space will allow for the display of visual pieces. There will be acoustic performances as well. We also encourage writers and poets to perform spoken word or storytelling. If you are...
VPR: Young And HIV-Positive In Vermont

VPR: Young And HIV-Positive In Vermont

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, approximately 20% of new HIV diagnoses in 2017 were youth ages 13 to 24. However, barriers to information and testing mean the actual number of young people with HIV is likely higher. On this Vermont...