Community Resources

These resources provide help or advice for older LGBTQ2S+ people.


Telephone-based community connection. The group is for LGBTQ2S+ seniors who wish to meet others in their community. Join the conversation from the comfort of the privacy of your own home. All topics and concerns are welcome. Call 780.395.2626 for more information.

The Pride Centre

“The Pride Centre of Edmonton enriches and improves the lives of LGBTQ2S+ 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.”

Seniors Centre Without Walls

SCWW is a component of the PEGASIS program designed to connect seniors and so reduce isolation.
It is designed for older adults (55+) who find it difficult to go to regular community centres or programming in person.  This free telephone program offers recreational activities , health and well-being topics and friendly conversation.  EPSG participates with a monthly 30-60 minute session.

Join the Edmonton Pride Seniors Group to learn more about our group, GLBTQ2+ communities, the history of our communities locally and in Canada, the importance of terminology, and review approaches to inclusion and advocacy. We will endeavor to learn more about your needs and to understand what are the main issues that you, as a GLBTQ2+ senior, face. We invite you to participate in an interactive discussion of what social activities would interest you and what would make life better for you, to allow us to tailor future programs to you needs and interests! More information is available from Edmonton Southside Primary Care Network (780-395-2626)

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The Ashbourne

“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.”

Alberta Health Services
SAGE – Health Services Available 
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