These resources provide help or advice for older 2SLGBTQIA+ people.
Together with SAGE Seniors Association and Edmonton Pride Seniors Group, the Pride Centre of Edmonton has re-vamped our Aging with Pride program.
Weekly events will be hosted in-person at SAGE and include community conversations with alternating special speakers, beverages and lights snacks.
Programming will take place in the SAGE classroom space at 11 am (MST) and is open to 2SLGBTQIA+ seniors only. (Update: currently all events ware being held virtually until further notice.)
Please join us at our weekly sessions, they happen every Thursday morning from 11-12 pm. To request an evite, please email: email@example.com
The Pride Center of Edmonton provides a non-judgmental, welcoming space where people of all attractions, identities, and expressions can be themselves, find support, meet new people, and be part of a caring community. Under theirr roof is a safe space that welcomes every individual who enters through the doors.
We offer resources , education , volunteer opportunities , counseling , and a whole host of activities. One of the important roles we play in community is providing sensitive and expert information and referrals for those seeking help.
We also organize programs such as support groups, social events, and educational seminars to help improve the social, mental, and physical health of our community.
“The Pride Centre of Edmonton enriches and improves the lives of 2SLGBTQIA+ people, their allies, and the broader community in the Greater Edmonton area with a variety of programs and services. We maintain a safe space that welcomes everyone who walks through our doors.”
“The Institute for Sexual Minority Studies and Services (iSMSS) brings together education, research, policy development, and community services in order to ensure that sexual and gender minorities (SGM) recognized and well served by their communities.”
“Our vision is of a community where people are welcomed regardless of their age, race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender identification, faith or cognitive/ physical abilities.”
“AHS strives to create an environment that highly values diversity and welcomes and respects people’s contributions. An environment where everyone, including patients, families, healthcare providers, physicians and volunteers feel safe, healthy and valued”
“It’s important that you understand the background of LGBTQ2S+ people so when they are accessing continuing care services, they feel safe and welcome to live their life as they choose and do not feel they need to hide their true identity. They will know they will be treated with respect.”