The National Resource Center on LGBTQ+ Aging is the country's first and only technical assistance resource center focused on improving the quality of services and supports offered to lesbian, gay, bisexual and/or transgender older adults, their families and caregivers.

What We Do

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Collection of guides, articles, reports, and webinars best practice guides on LGBTQ+ aging.


Colección de guías, artículos, informes y guías de buenas prácticas en formato web sobre el envejecimiento LGBTQ+.
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Information and Referral Form

Finding and navigating aging services can be challenging. We provide information and referral to LGBTQ+ older adults, their families and care partners.
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Technical Assistance Form

Providing technical assistance to aging network providers on best practices for supporting and including LGBTQ+ older adults, families, and care partners in aging services.
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Supporting the educational needs of LGBTQ+ older adults, families, care partners, community members, and the aging network.
LGBTQ+ Mental Wellness App

LGBTQ+ Mental Wellness App

HearMe, an LGBTQ+ founded company, is an on-demand mental wellness app that allows you to text one-on-one with trained empathetic listeners to get things off your chest, be seen, heard, and validated. SAGE x HearMe is compassionate support at your fingertips.
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LGBTQ+ Research Connections

Promoting the latest Academic Research Opportunities focused on increasing our understanding of aging in the LGBTQ+ community.
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Get Involved

Promoting opportunities to build awareness and support the inclusion of LGBTQ+ aging in the community.
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Email Updates

Register now for email updates so that we can keep you informed about the latest resources and news from the Center!

If you are in crisis, please contact the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
by texting or calling 988 for immediate help or talk to a mental health professional.