603 Warren St. | PO Box 656
Hudson, New York 12534 | 518-303-6122
The Hudson Pride Foundation is committed to providing a consistent, reliable, confidential, and safe forum for LGBTQ youth in Columbia County.
All young people ages 13 – 20 are welcome to attend this free, open, non-judgmental group offered the last Sunday of every month from 1:00 – 2:30pm.
Meetings are held at:
The Hudson Pride Foundation’s meeting space, located at
603 Warren St. 2nd floor in Hudson, NY.
Jamie Trachtenberg, a licensed Social Worker and Psychotherapist, fosters a safe & nurturing environment for young people to freely talk about whatever they need to talk about.
If you are being bullied or harassed at school, feeling rejected by friends & family, feeling sad, alone or anxious, or just feel the need to talk or to just be with others, please come.
Free rides to & from all meetings can be arranged with advance notice for those that live outside of Hudson.
For more information about the group, please contact Jamie@hudsonpridefoundation.org.
The Hudson Pride Foundation provides under-graduate grants & scholarships to meritorious students in Columbia County, NY who are marginalized due to sexual orientation, gender identity or gender expression as well as students who have demonstrated a real commitment to promoting & supporting LGBT equal rights.
The HPF scholarship award was created as a way to reward community involvement and encourage Columbia County students to pursue a college education.
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Hudson Pride Foundation | PO Box 656 | Hudson, New York 12534 | 518-303-6122
The Hudson Pride Foundation is a nonprofit, tax-exempt, publicly supported organization. All donations are tax deductible to the extent allowed by law.