PRIDE CENTER TEMPORARILY CLOSED – PLEASE READ

Given the ongoing health concerns around the Coronavirus (COVID-19), and our commitment to keeping all of us as safe as possible, the Board of Directors and the Pride Center staff have made the difficult yet necessary decision to temporarily close the Pride Center of the Capital Region.

Effective immediately, the Pride Center of the Capital Region is suspending all support groups, events, and drop-in hours until further notice.

We will use digital forms of communication to make sure we all stay connected.

How you can reach the Pride Center:

  • Call us at 518-462-6138 and leave a message. We will call you back as quickly as possible.
  • Email us at info@capitalpridecenter.org, and your message will be forwarded to the right person.
  • Message us on Facebook or Instagram, which we will be checking regularly.

We apologize for this disruption of services, particularly to those who depend on us most. Please know that we are doing everything in our power to ensure that you can connect with us remotely as we navigate this uncertain situation together.


Providing direct and peer-related services since we opened our doors in 1970.

Through a combination of support and education the Pride Center of the Capital Region programs, groups, and events directly serve 37,000 people every year. For almost 50 years the Pride Centers programs and services meet the needs of our diverse community throughout their lifespan, as well as educate the broader community on these unique needs

Center Youth: Working with LGBTQA+ youth ages 17 & under

Groups: Albany Youth, Schenectady Youth, Saratoga Youth, Trans* Talk, Summer Leadership Program, Scholarship


Family Pride

L.O.O.K (Loving Ourselves & Our Kids) Every 3rd THURSDAY of the month at 6 PM-7PM at the East Greenbush Community Library 10 Community Way, East Greenbush, NY


Men’s Pride

Every Monday at 7 PM
For gay, bisexual, transgender, same-gender-loving, queer, and questioning men ages 18+ and over to talk about coming out, dating, relationships, sex, religion and other issues affecting men’s communities.


Trans* Pride

Every 1st & 3rd Tuesdays
Trans Pride is dedicated to empowering transgender and gender non-conforming people, and their allies through social opportunities, community building, resource sharing, and advocacy.


Vintage Pride

Working with LGBTQ people ages 55 and over.
For the LGBTQ community, the experience of growing older has unique challenges. We often face a system which may have limited experience with LGBTQ people and this can compound many of the problems that affect the LGBTQ community more powerfully, including feelings of depression and isolation.


Women’s Pride

Every Wednesday 6PM-7: 30 PM
Discussion & Peer Support Group. This is a great way to meet new people, socialize in a welcoming environment and connect with friends


Young Adult Peer Pride Group

Every Friday 6PM-8PM for ages 18-30 Discussion & Peer Support Group.  This is a great way to meet new people, socialize in a welcoming environment and connect with friends.

Youth Groups