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National LGBT Aging Roundtable Presents: LGBT Affordable Housing and Alternatives, Part I

August 2011 | National LGBT Aging Roundtable

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This podcast includes a broad overview of the national LGBT housing landscape, with a focus on planned and existing LGBT older adult housing. The speakers include: Michael Adams (SAGE), Kathleen Sullivan (LA GLBT Community Center), Mark Supper (Gay and Lesbian Elder Housing), Seth Kilbourn (openhouse), Chris Bartlett (William Way Center, Philadelphia), and Hope Barrett (Center on Halsted, Chicago). To access the agenda of the podcast, please click here.

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Diana   April 23, 2013 at 5:23 PM
We need affordable housing in San Diego the rental prices are through the roof and forcing LGBT senior/disabled to live elsewhere...where is elsewhere? We've lived here all our lives, worked and raised our families now I go to sleep worried about where I will live as I continue to age. We have no where to go. Now I know where the saying, "Throw Grandma out on the street" came from.

john laehy   November 12, 2012 at 5:44 PM
interest in finding glbt senior living

Lynne Person   November 7, 2012 at 1:05 PM
I am 65 w/a 62 y/o partner and am looking for a community to retire in a safe, friendly, and affordable place in Delaware. Are there any or do I have to move farther away. I am disabled and money is tight.

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